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KEEN Youth Lumi II Waterproof Boot 3 Steel Grey Pink Peacock
Features of the KEEN Youth Lumi II Waterproof Boot Ultra-lightweight waterproof and washable High-quality injected EVA Adjustable hook-and-loop straps for a secure Fit Injected EVA Midsole for surprisingly lightweight Fit and feel Keen. freeze rubber Outsole for traction in cold conditions Keen.warm Insulation rated to -40°F/-40°C Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Wide opening and heel pull for easy on
Don Eylat "cutlery maven": Made in China but with German Solingen high carbon stainless steel and priced by amazon as if it were junk, this knife isas close to perfect as it comes: cuts as smoothly as a razor sharp smooth Henckels. The chinese outdid themselves with this one: even thehandle isperfectlyshaped.Atfirst sight it appeared a bit short me but it cut large warm italian breads without a hitch;I have one more wish fromHenckels; make a strong Magnetc strip to attach to a wall: blocks are a pain- theknife blades are hidden and the block takes up precious counterspace. Hoffritz makes such a strip, attractiveenough with its teak base butrather low in holding power: even"magnetic" stainless is less than strongly attracted by magnets. after a couple of knives slipping,I built a teak plaquewith a support just under the knives's handles. But noteverybody has these facilities, so?Henckels: listen-up!alternatively: a suitable hole in the knife's handle and a strip with appropriate hooks might also be a desirable new product,thoughrequiring modification of the knives's handles.Oh YES:This $$$ knife even sports a full tang construction!
Hans Owens: Good sharp knife. It is a J.A. Henckels so you cant go wrong. The main problem with this one is that it is not the same quality stainless steal that is used in other more expensive knives made by the company. After leaving it overnight with some acidic food on it, it lost its shine. I tried cleaning it with baking soda and vinegar and that helped but it appears the surface "faded off". A few days ago I left it in a pot with some water in it as I did not have a chance to do dishes yesterday. I cleaned it off and noticed some small rust spots that had developed just overnight.It may be a good knife but it should not be rusting like this. I have another chicago cutlerly bread knife which is 20 years old and I just throw that in the dishwasher when I'm done with it. It has never rusted. Basically, spend $5.00 more and get a chicago cutlery knife or spend $15 or $20 more for something of better quality. This is no better than the cheap walmart $5.00 bread knives from china.
Irene "RhodesianReader": My husband likes it better than I do. I find that it has a slightly wider blade than the bread knives I am used to. This means I find it harder to use when slicing my home made bread. My hands are slightly arthritic so maybe it is not the best knife for me.
Jenney: it is sharp and easy to handle.i like the size of it!ive been using it everyday and so far i dont have any complaints about itif you want a simple cheap bread knife, this is the one
Jeremiah Jacobson: no complaints, no praises...other than it cuts bread. When I shopped, this seemed like the best priced bread knife. It works perfectly, but if there's cheaper out there...unless you're set on the looks of this one, get the cheaper one. They're bread knives - they have to be very good to do what they're supposed to do.