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Women S Plus Size All Day Fleece Sweatshirt A New Day Rust 1
Kick back in comfy style in the breezy weather with the All-Day Fleece Sweatshirt from A New Day™. Fashioned in a versatile solid hue this long-sleeve pullover sweatshirt has long sleeves with dropped shoulders and a crew neckline and it’s accented with top-stitched detailing on the back yoke and sleeves to give your fall fashion game a cool touch of flair. The solid pullover is crafted from soft fleece fabric to keep you cozy and comfy all day and its laid-back look is balanced by the classic ribbed accents on the neck and sleeve cuffs for a refined twist. Pair it with jeans and sneakers for a prefect off-duty ensemble. Size: 1X. Color: Orange. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Material: Cotton.
B. Williams "Gadget Junkie": On the few occasions I want french fries, I don't want frozen, and I don't want the hassle of cutting potatoes with a knife. This is not a commercial or heavy duty french fry cutter, but for me this is good enough. Cuts small potatoes quickly. Start heating the oil because with a good vegetable peeler and this french fry cutter, your potatoes will be ready for frying in a snap.Update: July 2010. Almost five years later, it's still going strong, This is a lightweight cutter and I have absolutely no complaints. Blades are still sharp and it still works perfectly.
C. H. Greene "chg": Makes great french fries! We tend to buy smaller size potatoes for fries anyway so this works perfect. Didn't work on sweet potatoes but what does? Highly recommend this product - looked EVERYWHERE for a French Fry Cutter and none to be found except on amazon. Strange to me because growing up these were in all the stores! Anyway, happy with purchase. Thanks!
Cowboy Blue "Knowledge seeker": Not sturdy enough to do a whole potato, I highly advise larger potatoes be quartered before use in this cutter. Other than that, I like it, it does the job, and is easy to use and clean. Having two sizes to choose from is nice too! In my estimation, it would be hard to beat this product for the price, but I do wish it were a bit sturdier.
Dan T. L.: The handle does not provide enough leverage to push the potato forward through to slice. You must apply a greater amount of muscle than my wife currently possesses. I decided to lend a hand and found that it was very difficult. We used it once but I am concerned its frame will not hold up to the pressures required to force a raw potato through the cutting matrix. I suppose I got what I paid for but it is disappointing. Our ploy is to cut the potatoes into quarters so there will be less resistance but that defeats the purpose of this device, which is to reduce the labor, required to cut french fries.[1.11.2013 update] We stopped using this device and turned it in for scrap. I don't have an accurate count but suspect we cut less than ten potatoes before it failed. One of the two pivot points where the handle is attached to the body failed due to the inordinate pressure required to push a raw potato through the slicing matrix. Don't waste your funds. I have an eye out for a "commercial" grade device.
David Bradshaw: I got this to cut up potatoes (russet) to make french fries (I like to just cut them long, skin and all, and just bake them until they are brown and have fat free french fries! This makes cutting them so much easier. It holds a small-medium size russet (sometimes I have to cut the tip off to get it to fit) and with a little pressure I can push down on the lever and dice them into perfect french fries (can even use the smaller cutter that was included for smaller crispier fries; I see it as eitehr Burger King (fatter) or McDonalds (thinner) fries).This is easy to use (it does require some force) and the grate and pusher pop out for easy cleaning. The device is well made and feels really sturdy! Highly recommend! I plan on getting some other veges to try this on and see if I can make some vegetable fries!