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KEEN Women S Astoria West Sandal 7 5 Black Grey
The KEEN Women's Astoria West Sandal is an adventure sandal with a wedge for Performance from waterside to town and back again. Head to the beach walk the shores and explore the pier with the confidence of Aquagrip rubber and Aqua Stop zonal siping at the Outsole. The Upper is all about the earth containing recycled Pet plastic bottles within the straps and in the bungee cord. Slip them on head out with a bit of height in your step from the boost in the heel. Features of the KEEN Women's Astoria West Sandal Upper contains recycled Pet plastic bottles Recycled Pet plastic bungee cord and lace-lock system Quick-dry lining for active use Removable EVA insole with arch support for all-day comfort EVA Midsole for lightweight cushioning Aquagrip rubber with aqua stop zonal siping provides maximum traction on wet surfaces Non-marking rubber Outsole leaves no trace Stability shank delivers lightweight support Eco anti-odor for natural odor control EVA strobel for added cushioning Slip-on design for easy on and go
Beauzeaux: Great timer. I liked it while it lasted but one drop to a vinyl floor and it was D-E-A-D.Way too delicate for the average kitchen,
"enjers": For aging folks like me, or for younger but farsighted folks: this thing is SMALL. Get out the granny glasses & be careful about the twitchy old fingers, lolol. ... Just as with wireless phones & many many other gadgets, I do wish manufacturers would consider us aging baby-boomers -- quite a significant percent of the population, y'know! -- and offer at least a few larger models of everything, not JUST the continually smaller to impossibly teensy versions. ... In spite of all that, I'm ordering another one of these very handy timers. Had one but accidentally broke it. Wouldn't recommend (nor would the manufacturer recommend, I'm sure) dropping this gadget on a concrete floor then stepping on it... but as I said, it really IS a bit too small.
jen-marie: I have had this timer for maybe 4 years. It is handy for more things than you would expect. It is true that the beep is not very loud. That was a plus for me because I hate the ones that make you jump out of your skin every time they go off in the same room you're in. Anyway, it is so small and portable that you can take it with you, so it's not like you have to be able to hear it from across your house. I have dropped it several times on linoleum, and innumerable times on carpeting, and it has never broken. I find it very easy to use.The four different alarm settings are very useful if you're cooking more than one thing at the same time. The newest use we have come up with is to use the count-up timer when you're working at home and you want to know how long you *really* worked, taking out distractions like answering the door or feeding the cat or whatever.Anyway if people have been having problems with them breaking after a few months, the quality must be a bit variable because I haven't had any problems with mine.
J. Paulsonn: This timer is just a little more complicated than it needs to be. But my main complaint is that it uses a hard-to-find button battery that in my experience doesn't last particularly long.I'd recommend one of the timers here on Amazon that use AAA or AA batteries. They last longer and when you need a new battery, it is cheap and readily available.That said, if you need a timer that can time 4 different things, there aren't a lot of other options out there.
Kit Franz "Kit Franz": Yes, yes, I know -- too much "Lord of the Rings." Everytime I get a new little device I love I dub it "The Precious" and selfishly hoard it for myself. I chose this little timer because of the Pyrex name. I was disappointed when it arrived -- I thought it would be larger. And it looked a little flimsy. Then I used it and fell in love. I have an old, old oven with a dial timer that is murder to set. This little guy was easy to set and has a cheerful chirpy little alarm. Then I began to use it for everything -- to time my teeth whitening sessions -- how long till a favorite TV program -- my Spanish study lessons -- oh yes, and cooking. I started carrying it with me whereever I went, even to my health club to time my time on the track because it is so small (how could I have ever thought it was too small?) that it easily slips into my pocket. My husband is exasperated whenever he wants to use it because I always have it so I am guessing we will soon become a two-timing (haha) household. Wish they offered it in silver and black models, and I especially wish they would make it with a little slot for a neckstrap so I could wear it around my neck with my "precious" Sandisk mini cruzer.