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Bueno Zip Closure Satchel Handbag Black
Bring smart organization and sophistication to your everyday or dressier looks with the Bueno Zip-Closure Satchel Handbag. This black faux-leather handbag is designed with a modern bucket silhouette featuring gold-tone hardware and a curve top secured with zipper closure. The black satchel bag opens to a spacious main compartment and multiple inner pockets for arranging your cosmetics phone and other essentials nicely. Accented with golden beaded detail on each side on the outer surface this pebble-textured bag also has exterior front and back pockets that come in handy for stashing frequently used items. Carry it by the top handles or attach the adjustable strap and wear it crossbody. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid.
Vivek Gupta: These are a nice set of measuring cups. The rubber grips come in handy when my hands are wet and generally make them comfortable. They do flex when scooping thicker ingredients, however not as much as other measuring cups I have used previously.They are a bit expensive compared to what I have paid for measuring cups, but time will tell whether the overall quality (which seems better) lives up to my expectations. So far I'm enjoying them.
VW Smith: These are excellent quality measuring cups. I used to adore the Tupperware measuring cups but now they don't have the nice hole so you can secure them on the top rack of your dishwasher. These cups are heavy enough that they're not going to flip over and fill with water and they have a nice hook at the end to keep them from moving around and/or falling.The burnished finish always looks nice and doesn't show every stinking fingerprint. The ring seems substantial as well. I expect these will end up lasting for generations if the coating on the end of the cups lasts. I have an old metal measuring cup with the measurements stamped on and it's lasted probably 50 years and I can see these doing the same.
Vyshtia: These are good quality, heavy duty measuring cups with the tops wider than the bottom. It slants outwards. I like the slant, some people don't. I feel that the slant/taper makes it easier to use these as scoops. The rubber on the handles make it easy to grip and are comfortable, but it does add bulk when storing in the drawer. The rubber handle also make it so you can grab it easily off the stove after melting butter in them, but be careful that you don't melt the handle too. Not a problem if you are careful and don't forget it is on the stove. You get 4 sizes: 1 cup, 1/2 cup, 1/3, and 1/4. It would be nice if there were more sizes and/or these had intermediate markings on the inside of these cups. As it is, these are very sturdy, easy to use, easy to clean, easy to store, functional and beautiful measuring cups. Plastic measuring cups are no longer an option for me after transitioning to stainless steel ones. These ones are a good buy.
Wendy: I typically love Oxo products because they're well-thought-out and easy to use for something with arthritis, like me. I wanted to like these cups when they arrived - at first glance they looked good... but then I tried them:Cons- Handles are too short: Now short isn't that much of a problem when you're using the 1/4-cup measurer. But when you get to the 1-cup measurer, there's hardly anything to hold onto. Without anything even in the cup, the cup itself is too heavy for me to lift comfortably with the handle. Most measuring cup sets increase the size of the handle as the cup size gets larger. Never really thought about it before, but there's an important reason why.- Handles bend: If you scoop anything like sugar or similar weight material, the handles will bend. Didn't Oxo try these out in a real kitchen before selling them to the public?- Connector ring hard to use: The ring holding all the cups together is a smart idea, but it is hard to remove the cups from the ring easily. You have to snap them out and then snap them back in - not good for arthritis!- Cup stack is bulky: I am short on storage space so every inch is precious. Each cup is so bulky that the stacked set takes up a lot of room. The cups do not "snug" together - they just stack. And it's a rather high stack for measuring cups.Pros- I like the feel of the rubber handles and the quality of the metal.Summary: I'm going to keep using my old plastic measuring cups and give this set away (if anyone wants them). Sorry Oxo. It's a poor product...
Wesam Abdallah "Wesam": I purchased these along with the spoon set and whatever problems their were are now gone. Measurement size is imbedded in the plastic, so no smearing, and now wearing off. Also found the cups to be very sturdy and no longer flimsy like the previous generation seemed to be.