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Women S Plus Size Scoop Neck Adjustable Tankini Top Kona Sol
Add some graphic blooms to your swim wardrobe with the Scoop-Neck Tankini Top from Kona Sol™. A bold floral pattern adorns this burgundy blue tankini top creating a romantic look you'll love and the scoop neckline and flowy cut add to its elegant style. Thanks to the removable cups you'll have customizable coverage for confident wear and the adjustable shoulder straps help make finding the right fit easy. Add matching floral bottoms for a cohesive look or change things up with coordinating solid color bottoms to keep your swim style top notch. Size: 24W. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Material: Nylon.
Michael Desimone: This is a high quality cookie press and we've been using it for over two years with no problems. Love that it is made in Italy and high quality with so many options and press plates you will be busy baking cookies for years to come!
Nilla: I had previously owned another brand of cookie maker but lost an important piece on it so it no longer worked. I figured it was less of a hassle to replace the whole cookie maker rather than purchase a replacement part. When I purchased this deluxe stainless steel one I had my doubts because the handle operation looked a little bit funky. My previous one did not operate like this. But I really needed a cookie maker quickly so I tried it. LOVE IT! I noticed a complaint in one of the reviews about it skipping - maybe she received a defective one because mine works so smoothly and does not skip a beat. I can pump out those cookies so quickly it's amazing and consistant. And of course there are wonderful designs to choose from. Many people use it for spritz cookies only on Christmas. I use mine year round. One nice thing about it is that I look like I've spent hours on these delicate little cookies when in reality it's quicker than any drop cookie and the recipes are simple, simple, simple! And if you dip one end in dark chocolate or white chocolate they look very fancy. You can add lovely colors to your cookie dough and produce a rainbow of possibilties. This cookie maker is a breeze to clean. The pieces come apart easily and wash with hardly any effort. On the side of the box it shows the finished shape of each disc which is very helpful because some of the discs have a design that look nothing like the finished product. It makes a beautiful little heart cookie that is wonderful for Valentines Day. It makes a perfect little Christmas tree or wreathe for the holidays. It makes cute little flowers or stars or just fun shapes that are not anything in particular. I highly recommend this cookie maker. It's so easy to use and kind of fun. The possiblities are endless.
Ohana "Mr&Mrs": I bought this to replace my plastic one that I've used for 4 years (Wilton). This is all metal (aluminum, I think) and it is a lot smaller but still very functional like my previous one. You can see how much dough you have left but I for see this to last a lot longer!
Prof. Docwell "Docwell": The end of the plunger is plastic which doesn't hold up to pressing cookie dough. Replaced the part and still only good for a limited time.Doc
Random Reviewer: Have only used it once, but it's great. (Update below.) It made gorgeous shortbread cookies, but I really bought it to make uniform-sized dog treats. This will make better-looking treats with less work and in less time than what I've been doing.It was easy to figure out. The long rod (which pushes the piston inside the cylinder to force the dough out) has notches all up and down one side. You must rotate the rod so the notched side is closest to the handle. The handle ratchets down the notches as you operate the press, regulating the amount of dough dispensed. This press has two settings, for small and large cookies, but large is by no means huge. (One 8-point starburst cookie measures less than 2.5" diameter from tip to tip.)I glanced at the manual a couple of times, and that was all it took... and I've never used any sort of cookie press before. It's also easy to clean, at least with shortbread dough. The top assembly unscrews and comes away in one piece; the bottom ring that holds in the stencil you choose also screws off, of course, leaving just the cylinder.Adding: I've used it a few more times. It's not always entirely smooth. With certain stencils, I found repeatedly that I could press the first time and get nothing; press a 2nd time and get a big squirty mess of dough. No idea what causes the problem; it persists after cleaning and reassembling everything. Some stencils seem to work better than others. In the photo section, I've uploaded a "legend" showing the stencils, and the resulting pressed dough, in the same order. I even included a couple of disasters in the pics.