KitchenArt 25000 Auto Measure Spice Carousel without Spices, White
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- Includes 12 spice dispensers
- Patented Auto-Measure dial
- Shakes and pours
- Mounting base
- Safe to use in the dishwasher
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KitchenArt Select-A-Spice Auto-Measure Carousel
The KitchenArt Select-A-Spice Carousel is the ultimate in spice organizing holding 12 spice dispensers on a rotating base. Each dispenser has a shaker port, large mouth port, and an Auto-Measure dial which dispenses a quarter teaspoon of spices with each turn of the patented dial. It comes with a mounting adapter for mounting under the cabinet or for double stacking two carousels. Includes 55 spice labels. Spices not included.
- Measures 1/4 tsp with each click
- Includes 12 canisters
- Double stacks
- Mounts under cabinets
- Includes 55 spice labels
- Each canister holds 4.5 oz
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Top Customer Reviews
My issue with the product is that it doesn't seal the contents well. After about a week or two, the dried herbs quickly turned brown, and spices started losing their strength. I should have anticipated this problem when my cabinets smelled much stronger of spices when I replaced my bottles with the rack.
Herbs and spices are very expensive, I want them to last as long as possible. The design would benefit from rubber gaskets around the openings to truly seal the containers.
I've gone back to conventional spice bottles on a rotating shelf.
It is stackable or fits under a cabinet saving space for tight kitchens
It is plastic and flimsy
It is not air tight and many of the spices harden up over time or get stale.
The dial gets stuck often and even when it doesn't, it does not really give out the required amount it states. Most of the time it is not enough and sometimes it was too much. Someone mentioned here about saving the measuring spoons. Well just pray when you turn this dial, it doesn't pour out too much into your recipe. This happened to me twice. Never used the dial again.
The fine particle spices (cinnamon, garlic powder etc...) tend to leak thru and are all over my cabinet on the bottom spice rack or the stacked rack leaks onto the one below. Messy!
A few of the spices themselves started getting stuck in the base and were very hard to pull out. Overall they weren't ever that easy to pull out but the sticky ones were down right annoying.
The revolver started to click loudy when turning after about 6 months.
If you read the reviews here (even the high star ones) most will say some of what I posted here. I don't understand how these negatives still outweigh any positives of this spice rack. Overall skip a plastic revolving spice rack and get glass jars that are sealed whether it is a revolving one or a stand up counter one. You might need to take out the measuring spoons but I much rather do that then clean up the mess this rack makes and repurchase stale spices and then watch this thing fall apart anyway.
Really, my main concerns when I bought it were: Will I use it; will it make my life easier; is it priced competitively with similar products. I had tried other rotating spice racks, and been very disappointed. The main advantages of this spice rack over other spice racks are:
Low center of gravity compared to other rotating spice racks. It balances better, and fits into tighter spaces.
No twisting to open or close lids. A simple snap top saves a ton of time, and keeps me from having too many messy spills.
Holds a very generous portion of each spice. I didn't have to hold too many half-filled trade packages in reserve after filling this rack. It freed up a lot of kitchen space.
Nice, modular design allows you to stack units, or even hang them from underneath a cabinet.
Seems to me that the containers themselves are reasonably air tight. In a pinch, I've even rinsed off a container with the spices still inside. Turned out just fine.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This has held up very well over the past 2 years. I am very satisfied with my purchase. The only issue I have is that there may be some area air gets in because the seasoning's get... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Ashley
We live in an apartment so this work great to save space on the countertop.Published 19 days ago by Sue
Overall, this spice holder is pretty decent and saves space, especially if you get more than one and stack them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ghost McGee
At first I really loved this. It holds quite a bit of spices in each one. Plenty of labels with names already on them as well as empty ones you can write your own on. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I've had my original carousel since 2011 and since they are stackable I've added another. So much easier to find the spice I need than digging through the cabinet trying to find... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Yarncraft
The only negative is that the wheel is a little Hart to turn but the rest is wonderful.Published 3 months ago by Christina Williams
Looks so pretty on my counter top. I will get another one or two and stack themPublished 3 months ago by ann scott