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KEEN Women S Terradora II WP Lace Boot 8 5 Pewter Drizzle
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
T.N.: This is my first masher and it didn't disappoint. This is a great potato masher that is easy to use, ergonomic, and best of all for me, easy to clean. It rinses off easily with the kitchen sink sprayer and also cleans nicely in the dishwasher. I have found that this masher is definitely worth the money! It will last forever, it seems! Happy mashing!
Charlie: I just love this cheese slicer. It produces very thin clean cut slices of cheese and is really easy to clean. I do not put it in the dish washer.
J. Finkel "Jack of Trades": As a kid, I would eat bagles toasted with melted cheddar on top every morning. I had a great cheese slicer with a thin, round, wooden handle and loved it. Stocking my own kitchen, I wanted to get a cheese slicer that was as enjoyable to use. Some slicers can be annoyingly dull, slice in a way that leaves cheese stuck to the slicer, slice unevenly, slice too thin/thick, or be uncomfortable to work with for long endeavors. This slicer has none of these problems.The handle is designed well. It feels very comfortable, sturdy and looks great! I liked my old wooden handle slicer, but this dishwaser safe one is better. I can make it through a pound of cheese very quickly, producing uniform slices. Some people might like slices that are thin enough to be slighly translucent, but I prefer the slices you get with this. of course, you can use it to peel things too. It's sharp enough to hangle mangos, but will take off a thicker layer from apples/potatoes/etc. than a good peeler.The slicer's only con is a narrowish slicing blade. The old slicer i had was almost wide enough for a land-o-lakes (pretty standard) size pound of cheese. This slicer will have room to spare with the more square shaped pound of cracker barrel cheese, but not much.
Kit: This product really surprised me because I was a great fun of Oxo products. The Oxo Steel Cheese Plane is a terrible product. I purchased this one about three weeks ago. The first use of this product made it bent where the handle meets the steel. The second use it completely snapped off in half!! I still like the most of the Oxo products however, I strongly suggest that you purchase different brand for your cheese slicing needs!
Mark "Technology, Music and Movies": OXO SteeL Cheese PlaneThe OXO SteeL cheese slicer has a nice stainless steel blade and an attractive brushed steel section running down the middle. The rubber handle grips give it a nice feel in your hand, similar to the slicer from AnolonAnolon Cheese Slicer. Both handles are made from a solid piece of stainless steel with a rubber grip around the handle for a more solid feel.I also own the Pedrini cheese slicerPedrini Black & Satin Stainless Steel Cheese Slicer. That one has a handle that is made out of black plastic. Unlike the OXO and Anolon slicers which are both $10, the Pedrini is $7, making it a nicer value.The actual head on this guy is not as wide as the Anolon or Pedrini slicers, but only by a little bit. It's still big enough to almost cut from a standard cheddar block. Still, I like to cut at an angle to get slivers of cheese instead, so this one is no problem for me.I don't know why these planes are so difficult to find in stores. For some reason, they mostly sell those wire cheese slicers which just don't seem sturdy enough for thick cheese and are also harder to clean.This is a great slicer. If you want a solid handle and don't mind a more narrow blade, this is the way to go. If you don't mind the plastic handle and want to save a few bucks, give the Pedrini a look.Enjoy!