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KEEN Youth Howser II Shoe 4 Black Black
Features of the KEEN Youth Howser II Shoe Lightweight Performance mesh Upper Elastic Gore for easy on and off Fleece lining for warmth PU and EVA foam insole for ultimate step-in comfort and support Direct-attach PU Midsole for resilient long-lasting cushioning Eco anti-odor for natural odor control
SuzieB: I have to admit that I purchased these cups to bump up an order ...so I could receive free shipping. I was looking for something cheap to fill the order. I hadn't thought about replacing my old cups before. However, I'm glad to have these measuring cups, as they are very durable and well made. I like the color coded measurements on the handle. There have been a few times that I've inadvertently grabbed the 1/2 cup instead of the 1/3 cup measure in my old set, but I won't make that mistake again with these.
718tech: Over the last few years we have taken to drinking a bottle of wine with dinner nearly every day. Does that make us lushes? Perhaps. Does it make us corkscrew experts? Definitely. We have almost every type of corkscrew made, from the big, bulky Houdini to the super simple waiters' model. We even got an electric one as a gift. The Oxo one is a butterfly model, designed to make opening wine bottles idiot-proof. It's almost there - we found it easy to use. And if your hands are wet a lot, or slightly arthritic, I can see how this may be a great choice. That said, it isn;t very quick. Once you cut the foil (you're on your own for that, no foil cutter is included) and position the Oxo above the cork, you'll be doing lots of cranking. Nothing terrible, but definitely one of the slower ways to open a bottle. If you're a lush like us, your best bet is on of the articulated waiter's models. Once mastered, those will open a bottle as fast as a houdini, without all the bulk. However, if you're an occasional drinker, or want to get something for an older person, the Oxo is an excellent choice.
Amazon Fan "AF": It works ok and operates pretty much like any other corkscrew. Insert the screw into the cork, twist the top knob, the "wings" rise up, you press 'em down...wine is open. We own several corkscrews and this one is OK for the money...feels a little flimsy but gets the job done. If you're looking for a quality corkscrew that you will own for decades, this isn't it.
Amozarte: Knowing that you could spend hundreds of dollars on a corkscrew, you shouldn't expect any miracles from this gadget on the low end of the price scale. What you can expect, though, is a piece of hardware that does the job nicely.This little kitchen toy probably won't wow any of your more aesthetically-conscious friends, but it isn't an eyesore either. The unassuming all matte black design is more function than flash, with very subtly-textured wings and a soft-touch rubber handle common to most Oxo products.The base fits stably around the bottle's mouth and the black screw, with its Teflon-coating, slides into the cork with ease. The handle turns smoothly and the wings effortlessly extract the entire cork in one sweep, requiring no tugging or twisting.If I were looking to improve the device, I would suggest the addition of a foil cutter- but at this price I'm not complaining. My only real concern was that the handle's shaft seems to be all plastic and bends just a little, which leaves a little doubt about durability.Overall this corkscrew is cheap, lightweight, and functions flawlessly. It's ideal for anyone seeking their first corkscrew or a spare, say, for the picnic kit. At roughly $9 as of this writing, it will provide all the function you need and perhaps just a little more style and comfort than theubiquitous generic modelat the same price point.***Note about the product picture: The product I received looks a little different than the picture Amazon provides. The product I received has a cut-out window so you can see the cork coming out. The wings are also slightly smaller and do not wrap all the way around as pictured. I have uploaded an alternate picture for reference.
A. Zerkle "Loves Great Kitchen Gear": Its ok. Usually I rave about OXO products but this one was just..well... "ok" to me. Will I use it? Yes. Would I buy it again? Not sure.