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Girls Knit Pull On Shorts Cat Jack Blue S
Girls' Knit Pull-On Shorts - Cat and Jack Blue S Gender: female. Age Group: kids. Pattern: Solid. Material: Cotton.
Dot: I purchased this for my mom who has issues with her hands. The large handles are comfortable and it consistently opens can without having to go around multiple times. Would purchase again!
Doug "Douglas Luther Rothenberg": The large knob on this can opener makes it easier to use than the other can openers that we have. Price and delivery were good. Highly recommended.
Doug Hibbard: I had a "Clean-edge" can opener that work for its first 90 days, then couldn't open a can of soup without going around it three times and then prying it up with a butter knife.So, I replaced it with this, the OXO Steel Can Opener. It opens cans. Every time, on the first pass around the rim, it opens the can. That's the first requirement for a can opener, after all, isn't it? If something feels like heaven in the palm of your hand and is scented like fresh roses, but won't open a can, then it's a failure as a can opener.This one is not.It is also better than the average can opener, because it does have a more comfortable grip and a wider turn-knob for opening. Now, I don't open a dozen cans a day. I open one or two a day, so I'm not really stressed about how this would feel after hours of use. I do know that there is no dread after working with other things of "Oh, bother, that can opener hurts." Ergonomics-wise, it's a plus.Appearance? I chose not to frame my can opener to keep it on display, because it just wasn't beautiful enough for that. I keep it in a drawer, instead. Not because it's ugly but because it's a utensil and I just do not care if a guest who is present while I'm opening a can has nothing better to say than "Ooh, pretty can opener!" We bought a nice-looking mixer because it's out all the time. The can opener's not ugly, but I can't bring myself to care about that either way.It's a good can opener.
dream factory: 7 months and this baby is ready for the trash. I could accept that from the $1.99 camping can opener. But I'm not gonna pay $12.00 for this thing to rust out in half a year.Problem being the rust builds up on the shaft of the turning gear and slowly works its way through to the divet. We have never put this thing into the washing machine. Very disappointing.As an emergency replacement we got the no name can opener from the grocery store. Cheap, clean, works well.
D. Thompson: IT IS JUST THE THING FOR WEAK HANDS. It is so easy to turn. I don't need my electric opener now.