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KEEN Toddlers Howser II Shoe 4 Black Black
The KEEN Toddlers' Howser II Shoe is a slipper for your youngest. Tiny feet deserve extra coziness so in steps the fleece-lined slipper shoe. With or without socks their choice and a rubber Outsole helps prevent slips and falls when charging from room to room. Heading to the store? No problem they're indoor/outdoor so they're ready to stroll around with these upon their feet. Features of the KEEN Toddlers' Howser II Shoe Lightweight Performance mesh Upper Elastic Gore for easy on and off Fleece lining for warmth PU and EVA foam insole for ultimate step-in comfort and support Direct-attach PU Midsole for resilient long-lasting cushioning Eco anti-odor for natural odor control
Kevin D. Pennell: I've been using Pressure Cookers for years, and was under the assumption that "size does matter"... Well, guess what? It DOES!After adapting and adjusting because my pressure cookers were just too big to do the small batch things, I figured I'd give one of these little babies a try.It's amazing just how often I use this little guy. It's quality and performance is wonderful!! I've used this little pressure cooker more in the last two months than I use my big one in a year. Some tools are nice to have for those rare times when you need them, but this one gets used regularly. It's definitely gathering no dust..;~)Excellent Purchase!!!
Kevin Lopes: My mom brought a pressure cooker from Brasil 15 years ago, and on our last trip she was not able to find replacement rubber gaskets for it. I talked her into replacing it for something new, shiny and fancy. The quality is there, and the locking mechanism is STRONG. It's not a latch on the handle like a traditional pressure cooker. This unit has slots all around the pan that link up to the lid, and you rotate the lid to seal the unit. That means there's more than 8 latches on the pan. Those beans aren't getting out any time soon.
KG: Some people have dinged this product because it is small. It is exactly as described, four quart. I wanted a smaller pot for making smaller batches. It works perfectly. I like the heavy gauge body. The seal feels very secure. The only thing that is a bit flimsy is the pressure regulator. I will see how it holds up.
K. Hardie: I had this in my wishlist & received it for Christmas. I've used it several times & I love it. Its smaller than the one I had previously but that is perfect for us. Only 3 at home anymore.I love that this is made of stainless steel. The insert is still made of aluminum which Im not thrilled about but I dont have to use it if I dont want to.This pressure cooker is also a lot quieter than my old one is. I appreciate that a LOT!Its a great product and Im so happy to have it.
K. Hayman: The handle for the pot is secured with only one screw. The handle itself is curved to fit against the pot, but the directions emphasize multiple times that you shouldn't overtighten to avoid cracking the plastic. I tightened it reasonably and when the pot is full and it's tilted to pour out the contents (boiling water for example), the handle wobbles/turns slightly. I can easily see this becoming a hazard with continued use/failure to retighten regularly. Fortunately, Amazon was willing to accept the return. The company could resolve this problem by using metal on the edge of the handle piece, selling their pots pre-assembled in a more sturdy manner, or hey- bright idea- USING TWO FASTENERS LIKE EVERY OTHER POT MANUFACTURER. Hmm.