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No Leak Lids Eight Piece Food Storage Vessels Set with Plastic Lids

by Pyrex
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  • 8-pc set includes 2 cup round
  • 7 cup round and (2) 4 cup round with plastic lids.
  • Leak proof and air tight seal for secure storage.
  • Vents for microwaving.
  • Lid tab for easy open and close.
  • BPA-free plastic.

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003DL3PWS
  • Item model number: 1088842
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,532 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

1088842 Features: -Leak proof and air tight seal for secure storage.-Lid tab for easy open and close.-BPA-free plastic cover.-Eliminate accidental drips, drops and dribbles.-Microwave safe.-Vents for microwaving.-Dishwasher safe.-Made in USA. Includes: -Set includes (one) 2 cup baking dish with lid, (one) 7 cup baking dish and (two) 4 cup baking dishes. Collection: -No Leak Lids collection. Warranty: -Manufacturer provides limited two year warranty.


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Customer Reviews

As expected of all Pyrex containers, the glass is very good quality.
Xiangfei Robin Li
Next I feel that Pyrex No Leak has the best overall features of any glass containers on the market.
Scarlet
The lids allow for venting during cooking without any spills in the microwave.
W. Stoffs

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Scarlet on November 30, 2010
Like many people these days I was looking to replace my old, barely-functioning plastic storage containers and upgrade to glass for health reasons. In my quest for the best product I bought and ultimately returned Snapware Glasslock, Kinetic Glasslock, and Anchor Hocking TrueSeal. The Anchor Hocking TrueSeal leaked like a sieve so that was an immediate no. The Snapware Glasslock and Kinetic Glasslock both were leakproof, but I decided against them because I like the look of Pyrex No Leak better, and it has additional benefits such as a microwaveable lid and oven proof glass.

What I love about Pyrex No Leak: First and foremost it is 100% leakproof. I was a little worried about buying Pyrex because their Basic Glass Containers (blue lids) and Glass Lids Containers (red lids) are definitely not leakproof. I tested the Pyrex No Leak out of the box by filling them with water and shaking them upside down, not one drop came out. Yesterday, I packed soup for lunch and my lunch bag turned upside down in the car. The No Leak performed great and not a drop was spilled. The round and rectangular shapes are equally waterproof.

Next I feel that Pyrex No Leak has the best overall features of any glass containers on the market. The lids are BPA-free, and the containers are freezer, microwave, and dishwasher (top rack) safe. While these features are pretty standard, Pyrex No Leak containers are also oven-safe (glass containers only) and the lids are microwaveable. All the competing lids must be removed for microwave use, and while I am trying to get away from using plastic, the reality is there are times when I don't have or don't want to use a paper towel and isn't it nice that I can simply use the lid if I want? Also the clean up is easy.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By OrchidSlayer VINE VOICE on February 15, 2011
A few months ago I replaced my old plastic containers with new Rubbermaid Premier Stain Resistant 28 Piece Set ~ BPA FREEline (which I love). For years I have microwave reheated in plastic containers. These worked great and didn't stain, so I thought I was set for many years. Then I read somewhere plastic that is marked "microwaveable" doesn't mean that you should reheat in the container, just that the plastic wouldn't be harmed. The article (Cooks Magazine??) rated the Kinetic glass containers the best and Pyrex a close second. The tipping point for me was that the Pyrex were made in the US. I was very happy (and surprised) to see that.

Being a long time Pyrex fan, I decided to see what they had that was new. I saw these with the vents and decided to give them a try. The vents are not loose, in fact they are a little tight. I suppose that is best to keep them really leak proof. The lids themselves have an attached gasket and they didn't give a drop in my tests.

I heated some soup with the top on and vented. When I took it out the soup was way hotter than I expected. I think the top kept my microwave's sensor from acting properly (I had it set to "beverage"). The dish was also very hot, which I did not expect. Looks like there may be some adjustments to my reheating habits.

The bowl looked good on the table. In fact, I expect to use these dishes as serving dishes even when they have not been used for reheating or storing. I will be happy to be able to prep food, cover, store and serve right from the bowls when entertaining. You can't do that with plastic (well, you can, but maybe not when your mother-in-law comes over).
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Amaristella on August 22, 2010
Aug. 22, 2010
I found this set at Target while trying to replace some of my down and out plastic food storage containers.

The glass is thick enough to be useful for baking and the lids seem sturdy enough to stand up to repeated microwave use. The inner seal on the lid is quite thick and seems to hold them shut really well. The sizes included are perfect for storing leftovers. The 4 cup size is probably what I would use to take lunch to work. The 7 cup is what I would call family size, and the 2 cup is good for sauces or individual servings of side dishes.

I didn't see this anywhere in the product description, but according to the box they are also freezer safe. Per the instructions, I would not transfer any of them directly to the freezer from the oven. Let it cool off to room temperature first.

4/5 stars because I haven't put them through the dishwasher yet, and haven't had them long enough to torture them thoroughly. Also, the two that are the same size don't stack very neatly, but the different sizes stack inside each other just fine so I keep two stacks. One 2 cup inside the 4 cup, and one 4 cup inside the 7 cup.

June 3, 2013
Upgrading to 5 stars. These containers have stood the test of time quite well. Including washing the lids in the top rack of the dishwasher.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Oona Martin on December 1, 2012
I like the way these look, with straight sides, very simple and classic, and yes, they are leakproof. But that comes at a price. The lids have a gasket inside that absolutely must be removed to clean the lids properly. Replacing the gasket after the lids have been washed and dried is slow and clumsy. They don't just slide in, but have to be fitted and squeezed in. This takes about 10 seconds per lid. That doesn't sound like much, perhaps, but when you are putting away a lot of dishes, that just starts to feel very cumbersome.
I have other glass containers from Pyrex that have plastic lids (light grey) that are pretty leakproof in my hands, and are just single-piece (no gasket). This feels a bit like overkill.
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