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VERSUS by Versace Tokyo White and Gold Silicone Strap Ladies Watch, White
VERSUS by Versace Tokyo White and Gold Silicone Strap Ladies Watch, White
Versus Tokyo ladies watch. The elegant white and gold Versus Tokyo ladies watch is a superb timepiece suitable to both a day at the office and a night on the town. The gold detail contrasts with the white dial and white silicone strap for an ultra-stylish finish. Japanese quartz movement will give you many years of reliable timekeeping. Useful info: Japanese quartz movementSilicone strapWater resistant to 30mVersus Tokyo ladies watch
by very.co.uk
Click n Cook
Click n Cook
"Every kitchen has an organization system for eating utensils. There's that boxy thing that goes in the utensil drawer and it has compartments for forks, spoons, knives, and other nomming devices. But when it comes to cooking utensils, it's a bit of a free-for-all. Maybe you have a big ceramic jar with serving spoons, spatulas, and salad tongs sproinging out of it. Or you have a colorful basket full of can openers, cheese graters, and corkscrews. Whatever your ""system"" of ""organizing"" your cooking implements, it's hardly organized. Or a system. But with the Click n Cook, digging around for the right cooking utensil is a thing of the past. Click n Cook is a modular spatula system that keeps all your essential utensils in one easy place. The set features a stainless steel storage block, a sturdy ergonomic handle, and five detachable spatula heads: a classic flat spatula, a long and flexible slotted spatula for cooking fish, an extra-wide slotted spatula for when you can has cheezburger, a flexible mixer for mixing brownie batter, and a slotted spoon for stirring pasta. Just snap the attachment into the handle, cook up a storm and release with a click of a button when you’re done. Organizing your cooking supplies has never been easier!"
by ThinkGeek