I purchased this as a gift for my in-laws when they redecorated the livingroom/dining room. She wanted something to match her china cabinet and fit into a small space. After shopping all around town, I found this on O.co. It was a perfect match! My daughter was able to put this together in about 2 hours with some assistance from me. It is not the first time she assembled furniture, but she is still a relative novice at it. She had no problem at all and I just help by holding it still or holding up an end as she put pegs into holes. We has a broken center foot piece but it was easily repaired. I was happy not to have to reschedule the installation to wait for a replacement part. The doors went on easily with pre-installed hinges. Nothing about this was difficult and the finish looks fine. I don't yet know how it will hold up, but it will get minimal wear and tear in this household so should be OK.
Product is as listed, this tinsel was a great deal for the money, and has a good shine to it . 50 foot of tinsel had alot of shinny snow flakes to, altho a few fail off while we was putting it up, you don't notice it when u look at the tinsel tell u see it on the floor. Over all great product not sure how meny years it will last .
The ribbon is very nice and I will find a way to use it...I called for the length, 9 feet, foolishly did not ask for the width, which is an inch if that. Good quality
I wasn't sure of the size when I ordered this, but it ended up being just right. It might hold 5-8 ounce cups if filled to the brim, but 4 and one half cups fills it up to the bottom of the spout (36 ounces, or about 1000 ml) The coffee grinds will absorb some of the water, this fills three 12 oz coffee mugs. Dimensions are about 9 1/2" high (24cm), the glass is about 4" diameter (10cm). the flared base is 5" diameter (12.5cm) and the handle sticks out about an inch beyond the glass. Lightweight, but well made, better than my last one. The glass is a friction fit in the stainless holder, so keep your thumb on the glass to secure it when dumping out the grounds. (that is what happened to my last one, glass breaks when it falls on a rock, careful letting someone else make coffee! Yes, I put the used grinds straight into the garden, roses love them) The screen and spring are lightweight stainless steel. The lid is also stainless, plastic lined on the inside and more sturdy than my old one. Somebody posted a comment that the screen hardware falls apart. Anyone with an ounce of mechanical common sense knows that threads need to be tightened, in fact, the screen needs to be loosened to rinse the coffee grinds out, then tightened back with each use. If you can't deal with a little mechanical maintenance go back to the paper filter drip system and miss out on the full flavor of French press. If you are getting too much sediment, try a coarser grind, and use a "burr" type grinder instead of the fast spinning blade type of grinder, and don't pour that last half ounce. My reason for rating this good instead of excellent is that the edges of the metal on the lid and the screen hardware should have been rounded better, it's a bit sharp and will cut skin if you are not careful.
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