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SUGARFIX By BaubleBar Gold Micro Stud Earring Set Gold
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Haze: It's just like it's bigger brother and works exactly the same. I love OXO's products and this one hasn't disappointed me thus far.I would recommend the larger over this one if you deal with a good amount of greens but for my needs this is fine.
Hedgman Dent Smith: Easy to use, very effective and great looking. I've tried the others - string pulled and cranked - and this is simply the best.
H. Grove (errantdreams) "Errant Dreams Reviews": The inner bowl is a latticework of white plastic, with holes small enough to keep shreds of lettuce in yet plentiful enough to let out all the dirt. We follow the Alton Brown-approved method of cleaning lettuce - we put the lettuce in the latticework bowl, put that inside the outer plastic bowl, fill with cold water, and allow it to sit for at least a few minutes. This allows the dirt to settle to the bottom.Then we lift the latticework bowl out and pour out the water. Put it back into the now-empty clear plastic bowl, and top with the funky-looking lid. Release the "pump," which will pop up (I recommend having a hand on it so it doesn't pop up very suddenly and loudly - spring-released and all that). Then press down repeatedly on the pump, spinning the inner bowl - like most Oxo products, this is very easy on the hands.Now here's the cool part. Unlike any other salad spinner I've seen, this one has a brake! When you want to stop spinning your lettuce, press the little black button and it'll immediately stop the spinning. Lift off the top, and you're done!The only minor problem is that it's hard to dry everything off. The top mechanism is enclosed, and it's likely to get at least a little wet inside during the spinning process. You just have to put it in a rack and wait for it to dry - you can't dry the inside with a towel. Likewise, it's tough to dry the latticework bowl with a towel because of all those nooks and crannies.
@homemom: At first I wasn't sure... that's alot of money for something who's purpose is just to spin lettuce; boy am I glad I bought it though! I put on mega weight when pregnant with my daughter, and needed to start eatting healthy, everyone knows fresh greens are healthy but who likes the soggy brown mess you get when you try to make a salad? Enter the spinner. First you can chop your lettuces and toss them in to wash, then spin spin spin (this part is fun) you get a wonderful dry salad (ie dressings stick!) and it keeps is so fresh in the fridge that I can have salad every day easily now. Best purchase I've made in along time!
Hoppaguy: I have to say that I usually don't buy into the hype of "Oxo" but in this case the salad spinner is great! I had another one but it definitely was not as easy to use. The clean up on this product is incredibly easy and sturdiness of the product is much better than other spinners. I have owned many salad spinners and they all typically break within a year. This Oxo spinner has been going strong for over 1.5 years now and it still looks brand new!