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SUGARFIX By BaubleBar Beaded Ball Drop Tassel Earrings Blue
Bold accessories are decidedly of-the-moment and the SUGARFIX by BaubleBar Ball Drop Tassel Earrings are certainly no exception. As polished as they are pretty beads dangle delicately to lend an immediate uptown chic vibe to everything already in your wardrobe. In fact we think you’ll love this pair so much you’ll want to collect every color. Color: blue. Gender: female. Age Group: adult.
Kindle Customer: It makes me upset when hearing people complain that a pricey Henckels is not as sharp as a $3.5 knife! It doesn't matter how much you paid for a knife, it needs to be sharpened! The difference between a good and a bad knife is the degree of sharpness it can hold and the duration it will last. A good knife should never be serrated so it can be sharped. A knife of $3.5 will never be as sharp due to the material used.My guess is that some people are comparing a over-used, never sharpened Henckels with a newly bought $3.5 knife. The edge of a knife is a singular point and the sharpness is only determined by the way it is sharpened and the steel composition. A cheap knife after sharpening will go dull quickly and settle to a stable sharpness (much less shaper than a higher end knife). That's why you will see knifes have difficulties cutting through tomato and pork skins. A good knife with well maintained edge can last at least for a few weeks and even that is far better than a newly sharpened cheap knife. A few strokes of sharpening will restore its full luster in no time.A over-used Henckels can be just as bad as a cheap knife unless being taken care of. Whoever thinks an expensive Henckels doesn't need sharpening deserves the suffering and frustration of using a $3.5 knife when cutting through onions, tomatoes and chicken skins.
NYC Lap Swimmer: I returned the knife, although I like its size. It's great for a small hand as it is one of the few Henckles knives that does not weigh a lot. The blade is slender and not very bulky, however, the plastic handle is forged to the metal and when you grip it, you can feel the steel scraping against your palm because it sticks out of the plastic in places. Since this is a utility knife, which you would use to cut sandwiches or vegetables that you don't chop, the quality or the grip or handle is important since you have to hold it firmly for such tasks. I think it is poorly manufactured and not worth even this relatively low price of under $30. Unfortunately, it is impossible to find another knife in this category with a 6-inch blade that is not sized for a man's hand.
Robert L. Manasco "tide fan": I finely got the set together after getting this knife. Boy what a great set of knives. Talking about sharp. You have to be real careful with these knives especially if you have been using dule knives in the kitchen. Me and my wife have cut ourselves with these knives many times. They are razor sharp andeasy to keep that way.
Roger Grimm "Dog Hauler": I have a number of good knives but this one stands out as the one I use the most by far. I bought this one as a second to the same knife I have had for many years. Gotta have one available at all times.
Seaotter "Wholly His": My classic 6-inch utility knife from Henckels is well made. It is sturdy and fits well in my hand. My husband was also really impressed with its construction. I really like all my Henckel knifes. Although Henckel knifes are dishwasher safe, I always wash my knifes by hand.