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Lock & Lock HPL20BS 20-Piece Polypropylene Food-Storage Container Set

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  • Food-storage containers in 1-3/4-, 2-, 2-4/5-, 3-2/5-, 3-2/3-, 5-1/2-, 6-3/4-, 11-, and 16-2/7-cup sizes
  • Durable polypropylene construction; clear bases allow for better visibility of inside contents
  • Lids with 4-hinge locking system create air- and water-tight seal
  • Containers stack and nest to ensure space-saving storage in cupboards and drawers
  • Safe to use in refrigerator, freezer, microwave, and dishwasher

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 9.5 x 10 inches ; 4.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001AS8FMQ
  • Item model number: HPL20BS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #154,962 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Organize your world with Lock & Lock. Made of high grade durable plastic, these stackable, multi-use containers are ergonomically designed with a special silicone sealing ring that works to keep your items fresh and secure. Set includes: One of each container with Lid: 16.3 Cup, 11 Cup, 6.75 Cup, 5.5 Cup, 3.7 Cup, 2.87 Cup, 2 Cup & 1.75 Cup, along with Two 3.4 Cup containers with lids.

Important Information

Directions
Use and Care
Remove stickers and labels, and wash before use.
Washing Instructions
Top rack dishwasher safe.
Do not use abrasive cleaners or scrubbers.
Silicone seal can be removed to cleaning if necessary. Do not use a sharp object to remove. Tap lightly on counter to loosen and remove slowly.
Microwave Use
Unlock all four latches and loosen lid before use in microwave.
The container base and lid are microwave safe for reheating proposes only.
Do not use lid or ba

Customer Reviews

There are no better storage containers than Lock N Lock.
Sharon
The four plastic snaps on each side of the lids are easy to open and close, and ensure a more airtight and leak proof seal than lids that have no snaps.
Stephen M. Charme
So easy to use and they stack when you need more space in your refrigerator.
A. Lee Stuck

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

145 of 147 people found the following review helpful By R. matthews on November 24, 2009
My wife is a lock & Lock animal. Reviews are spot on. They are strong, and dont stain. I returned from Iraq without the use of my right arm, and can get in and out of them, and seal them airtight with one hand. One Gimp friendly product. If there was a 10 star Lock & Lock would get. No other brand comes close
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59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Shopper Sue on January 27, 2009
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Lock & Lock keeps fresh fruits and vegetables fresher for longer than any other storage method I've tried. I've found they work best when the items are put in as dry as possible, so dry them thoroughly and dry off the condensed moisture that accumulates periodically. Strawberries keep for 2 to 3 weeks as fresh as on the day they were bought. Grapes and cherry tomatoes also keep well for 2 to 3 weeks. Lettuce also keeps much longer, as long as you can get it dried; if it isn't dry, it still turns mushy, but it takes longer than if it were just in a plastic bag. I also use Lock & Lock in the pantry for dried fruits and for crackers.
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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 22, 2008
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This is my third set of Lock and Lock. I purchased the other 2 from the Q, but they didn't have this configuration. I really like these for storing, freezing, and reheating. They don't stain from tomato products and in the unlikely event you break one, just call the customer service number and they will replace the item, but honestly I've never had one break. I've dropped them and not only don't they break - they don't pop open when they hit the floor. That alone makes them superior over every other plastic storage container!!

Check out my blog for recipes that fit perfectly in the sizes contained in this set. [...]
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Algesan on January 2, 2009
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A friend had one of these, I took down the Lock & Lock name brand and did a search. Got them for something under the tree for my wife and she loved them. All that nasty tupperware, rubbermaid, etc. are going out the door except for a few specialty items. Nice, square/rectangular, they nest in each other well WITH the lids on unlike virtually all the other containers and they seal like champs. I used the little ones to put snacks in for my almost 4 year old son and he can pick one out, open it and reseal it tightly on his own and I wouldn't have tried that one with tupperware and it keeps his chips/popcorn/etc. fresh for the next day.

Go get some. This one and the 17 piece set are a great way to start.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Creative Critic on December 13, 2009
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We had been looking for well built food storage that would not leak. I (husband) was fed up with salad dressing leaking in my lunchbox. We looked at all the options at the local dept stores and felt that the tops fit too loose and they would also leak. We decided to try these out and we are pleased. The tops fit perfectly on all sizes unlike the ones found in the dept stores. My test (the engineer husband) was to fill them with water, snap them shut, and toss them 20ft across the room onto the couch to see if they would leak and they did not. We will be buying more of the these in the sizes that we use most. Would of gave them 5 stars but we think they should be less expensive for what they are made out of, the amount of containers you get, and the fact that they are made in china.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Matt J. Gallardo on October 3, 2010
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Although when I ordered this item I was expecting 20 containers and NOT 10 containers with 10 lids, after re-reading the actual product description I realize it does itemize it as so, so it was simply my mistake. I would still deem the item page misleading to a degree.

Either way I am still VERY happy with these containers. Lock & Lock are the best I've ever used and have yet to have any leftover meals spoil, my fruits stay fresher longer and the containers are great for packed lunches or picnics. Highly recommended!

One a side note however, I would encourage anyone who purchases ANY Lock & Lock containers to be VERY CAREFUL with the hinges of the lids, they are only plastic after-all and (speaking from past experience) if you don't align the lid properly and try to force the hinges closed, or roughly treat the handle when placing it in the dishwasher or cupboard they CAN and WILL crack.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By C. G. King TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 4, 2012
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I've switched to using these boxes for almost all my food storage needs and am amazed at the difference. Here are my findings. Contrary to what you read, I find it works well to wash berries, grapes and cherries when I first get them and then after they drain, I put them in one of these boxes. They last at least two weeks and usually longer. Likewise I cut up a pineapple or melon and store the pieces. Not only do the fruits last much longer than in the store containers, I'm much more likely to use them since they are already clean and easily accessible because the boxes are nicely stacked in the fridge. I chop a large onion and store what I haven't used in a box where I can take out a bit at a time. Same with garlic and the smell can't escape at all to taint other items in the fridge. I may make a large chopped salad and store it without dressing in a box for several fast easy meals (good for my diet to have the stuff already chopped and ready when I get hungry).

I store leftovers in the boxes and use them as freezer containers for things like homemade tomato sauce. I like freezing things in the boxes because if I want to thaw whatever quickly, I can just put the closed (and watertight) box in a bowl of water to hurry the process. If I drop a filled box on the floor, it doesn't break and make a mess. I store my cream cheese and mozzarella in the boxes because access is easy and the contents remain fresh.

Where my fridge used to be a jumble of store containers that often leaked or got lost in the back, it's now an orderly collection of L&L boxes and Mason jars (which are great for excess smoothies, refrigerator pickles, stock and soups).
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