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Short Sleeve Smocked Maternity Dress Isabel Maternity By Ing
Little details can totally make a piece—like the smocked waistline capped sleeves and subtle high-low hem of this easy-to-wear maternity maxi. The soft jersey blend makes it comfy for the long haul and the sophisticated silhouette can be dressed up or down throughout your pregnancy. The crossover neckline will be an added bonus once baby arrives thanks to its easy nursing or pumping access. Color: Turquoise Floral. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Material: Rayon.
Palouse: That applies here. Product was pretty flimsy except for the bowl and the guides and blades didn't work very well. These type of slicers can be very useful, but I would spend a little more and get a better one.
Peggy "pab920": I love Hoffritz bakeware and their cutlery, thus I thought this would be an incredible bargain. I was sorely disappointed. I could not even get an onion to slice easily and remain pretty. I was going to send it back, but there's a $4.95 restocking fee, another fee based on it's weight, plus return shiping charges, so I'm keeping it. I own 20 pieces of their bakeware (and a few of kitchenaide, calphalon, and anolon) and they are equal or better than those top brands.
Porterkeys: We received this mandoline as a Christmas gift, so we cannot return it without risking hurt feelings. It is cheaply made, has few cutting options, and worst of all, the blades are extremely hard to remove, resulting in a badly cut finger!Hoffritz is apparently out of business (Salten has a license to sell some of their products, but not this one), and I can see why.
Practical Gourmet "practicalgourmet": Ok, sure, I fell for the appeal of a food processor at the price of the Ronco Pocket Banana Peeler. What a mistake!Yes, you can slice veggies such as carrots, cucumbers, etc. evenly, but that is also easy to do with a knife! But for julienne slices of carrot or potato, forget it. This thing is HAZARDOUS! It's a wonder I didn't julienne a finger along with the potatoes. Save your cash and buy a food processor instead -- I recommend a Kitchenaid.
RAB "rab10": The blades on this mandoline are very sharp. It is very easy to cut yourself while trying to put the blades onto the holder, and especially while trying to get the blades off. The mandoline slices well, but I lost a fair amount of vegetables because the holder prevents you from slicing the last part of the vegetable.