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Bueno Zip Closure Crossbody Bag Black
A great everyday bag the Bueno Zip Closure Crossbody Bag will make a versatile addition to your accessories collection. This black purse has a rounded rectangular silhouette for a casual aesthetic that's given a cool edge from faux leather material with a weathered finish. Gold-tone metal accents at the zippers faux buckles and strap add just a touch of shine for some extra dimension. The bag opens to a spacious main compartment that's roomy enough for your wallet phone keys and more and several zip pockets on the outside let you keep other essentials at hand. A long strap can be adjusted between 12.5 and 25 inches giving you the option to wear it across your body or over the shoulder. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid.
R. Sinclair: This is the perfect knife for the small hand. We have used the Four Star series for many years. Often I have wished I had a second one so that two could work in the kitchen at the same time. I finally purchased the second one. This set is wonderful, comfortable in the hand and stays sharp for a long time. I can't imagine a kitchen without one - or two!
RS "RS": I've had a full set (w/o scissors) of Henckels for over 25 years. Use them every day. My son accidentally tossed away the paring knife, so I used a different paring knife for a few weeks and when my new one arrived, I realized what a perfect paring knife this is. Glad to have it back in the wood block. I decided to add a pair Henckels kitchen scissors to the block and now my set is complete.
T Boyer "seattleparent": I don't generally like German ice-hardened (Henckels and Wusthof) knives because cheaper, lighter stamped blades from good manufacturers (Victorianox) function just as well and in some ways better. Ice-hardened blades are so much more difficult to sharpen, a lot of people just put off the job and end up with very expensive dull knives, which is a total waste of money.This Henckels, which we bought almost four years ago, has become the paring knife my wife and I always reach for, and I'm going to buy a second even though the price has gone up close to 40% -- thank you Germany.The heavy weight of a forged blade is fatigue-inducing in a 10 inch chef knife or butcher's chopper. But for a paring knife the extra weight and strength are nice.The handle and blade withstand the dishwasher extremely well and don't discolor or lose the edge -- which is important. People SHOULD use the dishwasher for their knives because handwashing sharp steel is risking cuts - it will happen.I cannot speak to this knife versus the comparable one from Wusthof; all I know is this is a very comfortable working knife for our household. And I suppose forty bucks isn't that much of a splurge for a blade that's going to be around longer than we will.
ut158: I love this knife! It's very sharp, it feels great in my hand and the size is very comfortable for cutting small things like mushrooms and for peeling the skin off of apples, etc. It also doubles as a chef's knife for my 3 year old daughter who loves to cook with mommy and daddy in the kitchen (closely supervised, mind you!) I also really like my 4 inch version:J.A. Henckels Twin Four Star 4-Inch High-Carbon Stainless-Steel Paring Knife. I really like having both, but if I HAD to choose between the 2, I'd go with the 4 inch knife. The 4 is a little less comfortable for peeling and stuff like that, but it still does a good job with it and the extra inch is quite handy for slicing apples and what-not.
Amazon Customer: In recient years I have worked on aquiring quite a selection of Henckle knives. I started with a set of cheep international series Henckle knives, but a some point needed a "step up". I purchased a single four star knife, used it for a week, and have been hooked ever since. I have used most "as seen on TV" brands... well I am still hooked on four star. The only competition they have with me is their own Pro S series. Eargonomic handles, easy to maintain, and a great design for use in the kitchen.