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KEEN Women S Terradora II WP Lace Boot 7 5 Black Black
Features of the KEEN Women's Terradora II WP Lace 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
Cee: Believe it or not, this is my first salad spinner. I purchased it based on the reviews. Really glad that i did. I've run about 4 heads of various types of greens through it so far. I usually wash and tear the greens by hand, then use the spinner to dry. Depending on how much water I've used, they are usually dry in one or two spins. I drain the excess water from the bowl, replace the basket with the greens still inside, then continuing making my salad directly in the basket. Any leftovers stay in the basket and are stored in the fridge. The salads appear to stay fresher longer this way than if I had stored them in a bowl. So far I really love this device! Plus, I must say it's really fun to push the top to spin the basket! (kid at heart!) And the bowl stays put on the counter top - no moving around. Wish I'd purchased this sooner!
Chakuli: Like what some other reviewers have mentioned, this spinner does not dry the greens. It does get rid of the excess water after you have washed them, but they remain wet.I use this for 2 purposes:- To wash and get rid of the excess water in the salads before storing them in the refrigerator. Even though the greens don't dry completely they do remain fresh for upto a week after washing.- I do a lot of Indian cooking and stir fry greens regularly (fenugreek, dill weed, spinach, mustard bitters) and having any excess water from the washing can make the resulting preparation very mushy. I use this spinner to get that water off and it does the trick.
Charlemange: I had an older salad spinner that had the horrible pull string on it. It eventually broke so I was turned off from buying another one.I eat alot of green salads and I also have to clean fresh herbs both for cooking and also for my pet rabbit who loves parsely and cilantro. I decided to try this one since OXO has never let me down. This spinner is excellent! It has a rubber bottom to keep it from slipping and the push spin makes it fast and easy to dry greens.The materials are sturdy. Much better than my old one. This was a good investment.
Charlene A. Johnston "crafty cj": In the summer, I grow lots of lettuce in my garden. This spinnermakes it easier to clean and prepare salads everyday.Easy to use and clean.
Charles Nordlander: One of the things I love most about Oxo is that it's not a company to rest on its laurels. Even when they have a perfectly great product on the market, they look for ways to make it even better. And with this latest version of their salad spinner, Oxo has done it again!I had the previous version for more years than I can remember--the darned thing was bulletproof. And I'd still be using it now if a clueless house guest hadn't stuck its spinner top cover in the bottom rack of my dishwasher with the wash cycle set for extra hot water. As you might expect, the plastic warped and that was that.I was concerned that the new model couldn't measure up to the old one, but to my pleasant surprise it was improved in every way. The plastics throughout look and feel to be of higher quality, the appearance is far more attractive, the new compact design takes up less space in my cabinet and the spinner mechanism works as well as ever. What's not to love?! So bravo, Oxo, for once again being the company for which great isn't good enough.Thank you for taking the time to read my review and I hope you find it helpful in making a buying decision!