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KEEN Women S Whisper Water Sandals With Toe Protection 5 Bla
The KEEN Women's Whisper Shoe is a lightweight sandal for moving in and out the water on boat to trail adventures. Built with a compression molded EVA Midsole and metatomical EVA Footbed you'll be supported as well as cushioned underfoot for a whole day at the beach in your canoe or out along the trail in and out of the creek. Your feet won't tire and the sandal will stay put thanks to the bungee cord securing it. Lightweight yet durable with a rubber toe and Outsole that will keep you on your feet even on wet slippery rocks. Get the most out of summer. Features of the KEEN Women's Whisper Water Sandals with Toe Protection TRACTION: Multi-directional lugs help provide superior grip on slippery terrains SUPPORT: Lace-lock bungee capture system provides a secure Fit and easy on/off Fit: Built on a women-specific foot form that is wider than the industry norm INSOLE: Non-removable EVA Footbed with added arch support for all-day comfort CAre TIPS: Machine washable with little detergent on a gentle cycle and air dry
Kaydee: This popcorn popper is, hands down, the best popper I've owned. It's easy to use, easy to clean, takes no more than 5 minutes to pop a batch of popcorn,and the popcorn comes out tasting delicious. What's also great is that it will automatically melt your butter and drip it over your popcorn as the kernels pop. The popper's dome top doubles as a serving bowl. My kids get an absolute kick out of watching the kernels pop. If you're in the market for a popcorn popper, this is definitely the one to get.
K. Brazzy "KK": Okay I got this popcorn maker at TARGET and wanted to beat the taste of microwave popcorn that sticks in your throat and taste awful.I started searching on the web thru reviews at Amazon , etc. and ran out to buy this maker. At first I used the popcorn and oil that target sold and tried adding the melted butter thru the lid while it was making....but it still did not taste AWESOME....soooooo we ordered the 4oz. gold mega popcorn kits (36 kits in a box) (below) at Sam's Club and just made our first bowl....all you need is the kit and it TASTE LIKE POPCORN FROM THE MOVIES... you do not need to add anything....makes a complete bowl full - do not get the 6 oz. size you need the 4 oz. Do not get another brand. This is it!! enjoy!!![...].
K E Clark: My husband and I had one of these poppers for many years and absolutely loved it! When it started leaking motor oil and generally not working properly, he surprised me with a new one for Christmas in 2011. In the time between the manufacturing of the old one and the new one, a lot has changed, and NOT for the good. West Bend definitely made this newer model with inferior parts and it shows. The new one stunk horribly for the first several times we used it (like burning plastic) and the stirring rod has always rubbed along the ridge (flaking off the Teflon coating). Recently, it too, began leaking oil from the motor. I've had it less than 2 years. I am so disgusted! My family and I are avid movie watchers and probably use our popper 1 -2 times per week. Until West Best stops making inferior popcorn poppers with cheap parts - I wouldn't recommend them to anyone!
Kenneth B. Duda: The last time I owned a Stir Crazy was over ten years ago. I got tired of all the Old Maids I was getting from micro wave popcorn. So I came back to the Stir Crazy and I am glad I did. I seldom if ever, see Old Maids anymore.
KESS: Just tried my new one and besides the cosmetic changes, lid and wand shape; it works just as great. I will say the unit does not get quite as hot as my last 2 Stir Crazy's (the lid cracks and finally breaks in half [old style design]). It did take maybe 1"-2" longer than my old one to pop. I had no kernels though left in the popped corn. The motor is sooo quite compared to my 20yo unit.The main problem is there were No Instructions included in the box. Not a biggie for me since I already have my 20yo one sitting here (has a cracked bowl). Just went to their website to make sure there were no major changes.