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KEEN Women S Terradora II WP Ankle Pull On Boot 6 Black Blac
Features of the KEEN Women's Terradora II WP Ankle Pull-On Boot Recycled Pet plastic Upper Fleece lining for warmth Thermal heat shield insole captures warmth Low-Density EVA Midsole caters to a woman's foot Keen. freeze rubber Outsole for traction in cold conditions Non-marking rubber Outsole leaves no trace Stability shank delivers lightweight support Keen.dry waterproof breathable membrane Keen.warm Insulation rated to -25°F/-32°C Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Recycled Pet plastic PFC-free durable water repellent Slip-on design for easy on and go
Michelle L. Munn: Good fit for what we are using it for. We serve about 75-100 people coffee daily at my work and it is working great
Nathan Beauchamp "ConsumerAdvocate (nathan(at...: We'd been suffering along for a few years with a motley collection of junky old percolators at my church and it was high time to replace them with something that worked correctly (some of our old ones had started spouting hot water and making a complete mess with the coffee grounds everywhere!). After reading some reviews we settled on a couple of these. They were very much worth the purchase. They brew coffee much faster than the old ones, and make a better tasting cup-of-joe to boot. They're also very easy to break down and clean. If you need a whole lot of coffee in a hurry, you could do much worse than a West Bend 33600.
Bill Shell Wolfe "opinionated": When selecting a new kettle, I chose the Aroma X-Press cordless water kettle even though the quality didn't seem as high as my old Chantal:Though the Chantal design was beautiful, it was heavy even when empty, handle got hot and needed a tubular pot holder which I was always afraid would slip. Because the handle is on the top, my wrist was always put at an awkward, uncomfortable angle and the steam went up to my hands, it needed a stove burner, and I recently discovered a very rusty interior base and discarded it.After using the Aroma, I find it's easier to hold and pour with its side handle like that of a pitcher, don't get steam on my hands, it doesn't need hot pads, its lightweight, has its own heat source which is not hot to the touch, my daughters can use it since I am not concerned with the gas stove near their long hair and the awkward handle I am sure would slip in their hands, and it boils water QUICKLY. Yesterday, I had veggies in microwave; meat sauce, two different pastas going and cheesy bread on stove. I had a hot Aroma kettle nearby ready to pour more boiling water when needed. I could utilize my stove JUST for food!The down side is that I know I have to handle it gingerly. The on-off clip seems like it could be a future issue if not handled with care; I can't bang it about my kitchen quickly like I did the Chantal and I have to remember to not place it back on a recently used stove burner! The Aroma is 1/3 the price. This all (pardon my pun) boiled down to choosing the Aroma because I felt it had superior design features for my needs.
Charlie Blackwood: This is such an exemplary teapot that I've tried and stored away several others during the years I've owned this one. It's basically indestructible (try to dent it -- just try...), the flat bottom heats quite quickly (esp. on gas ranges), the whistle is extremely solid and probably unbreakable, and the whistle is *loud*. Downsides for some people may include the extreme loudness of the whistle (great for me because I often leave the kitchen while the kettle is on the stove) and the fact that the metal handle does get hot. I keep heat-squares on a hook next to the stove so this isn't a hassle for me (you might have to get used to that extra step before grabbing the teapot handle...) but otherwise it's likely the best traditional whistling teakettle currently available in the U.S.
Chris "Krys": This is a beautiful kettle, well made, and has a lovely two-tone whistle. I drink tea on a daily basis and after 3 years of use it looks good as new. After a few months our whistle stopped functioning but customer service was great and sent out a new whistle w no fuss and in a timely manner. The only design issue I have is that it's annoying to locate and put on the padded handle so I don't get burnt. To manage, I just use our regular oven mitts. Overall, I love this kettle.