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Old 06-23-2015, 09:11 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Addie View Post
Is $27 really a big expense for you? For some, it isn't. But if it is, then let your wife have your present ones and treat yourself to what you really want. Just be willing to give some little other luxury up for a while. As you said, the reviews are really good. I did read most of them. Both the one stars and five stars. They do take getting used to, the designer certainly wants you to be happy with them, and as far as being greasy after handling food, I would think a nice fluffy towel and a good rubbing would make it easier to get them off. Most of the grease would be on the towel. For those that complained that they are difficult, perhaps they had ordered them too small to begin with.

It sounds like if you don't like them or have a great deal of difficulty adjusting to them, you can return them and get a full refund. I say go for it. You really have nothing to lose.
Not really expensive, just as compared to most of the other offerings in that line. Also more than just being satisfied with what I have.

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