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Girls Floral Flutter Sleeve Woven Dress Cat Jack Orange XS
Freshen up her summer style with the Floral Flutter-Sleeve Woven Dress from Cat and Jack™. Cut in a casual-fit silhouette this girls' pullover dress is made from soft cotton gauze fabric that lets her float through the day in airy comfort and it's adorned with an allover floral print for a pretty look. The flutter sleeves and ruffle hemline add breezy movement to her look while the square neckline that extends into an elasticized back waist adds an extra dose of style. She can wear this dress with strappy sandals when it's warm and add a cardigan and tights when it gets cooler. Size: XS. Color: Orange. Gender: female. Age Group: kids.
EJ "EJ": I bought this knife to replace a Wusthof Chef's knife (around $130) which I left behind in a church kitchen. I subsequently retrieved my Wusthof, but now--with the two side by side in my drawer-- I find that the Henkel is my go-to knife!What I like best is the lightweight handle, combined with a balance which is a joy to use. I have small hands and for me it is ideal! It fits right in my hand and feels perfect while chopping. The handle is not as pretty as the Wusthof ones--black with silver rivets looks better to me--but functionally, I prefer this one.It's also sharper than I remember the Wusthof ever being, even when new. It's razor sharp, to the point where I cut myself while cleaning by carelessly grazing my finger on the blade...I just didn't expect it to be that sharp.On the price, I bought a month ago and paid $71. The price is now up to $100, and lists the standard price as $125. This knife is definitely worth $125 but if you are budget conscious it may pay to wait a while as it seems the prices fluctuate quite a bit.
G. Powell: The balance on this knife is great. I use it for nearly every job. I had a cuisenart food processor and gave it away. I found I was faster with this knife, and there was less cleanup.Previously I had a 10" chef's knife and its too long, the motion of picking up the heel of the blade meant I had to lift my arm too high. It just wasn't comfortable. The 6" seems too short, the 8" is just right.You really only need about 3 knife styles, and this is one of them. (Bread knife, and paring knife are the other two.)
James Berlin: This is the second JA Henckels Twin knife that I've bought in the last 12 years. That's because the first knife I got from Henckels was so good that I didn't need to replace it. Had I not moved across the country recently, I would not have needed to buy a new knife, but since I did, I bought another Henckels knife. This knife is extremely sharp out of the box, and is balanced well. As someone who just cooks at home a couple times a week, I'm no chef, but this knife is a joy and comfort to use. I would highly recommend it!
Kevin: Its the best knife in my kitchen. My problem was I couldn't keep it sharp with the steel. Once I bought an auto knife sharpener, I got this baby back to razor sharp.
LindaC: I bought this for my at the time BF who really liked my Henckels chef's knife. This one, though the same model has a substantially thinner, duller blade. The BF didn't want it. I kept the knife but dumped the BF. Should have returned the knife too.