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Snapware 18pc Glasslock Tempered Glass Storage Containers 18piece Set with Lids


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  • Snapware tempered glass storage containers. All-Natural glass vessels with airtight lids
  • Ideal for serving and storing*Safe for microwave cooking
  • Dishwasher safe, Freezer/Fridge safe, Microwave Safe
  • Secure, Easy Open and Close Latches. Microwavable-Safe Tempered Glass
  • 18 piece set includes lids

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 11 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.5 pounds
  • ASIN: B0029U57RA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #623,094 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Durable Silicone Seal From Microwave to Table Clear,Stainproof glass containers *Two Small Rectangles 1.3c/0.3L *Two Medium Squares 3.1c/0.7L *Two Small Squares 1.7c/0.4L *One Large Rectangle 7.5c/1.8L *Two Medium Rectangles 4.0c/0.9L

Customer Reviews

I highly recommend the Snapware Glasslock Storage Containers.
Amazon Customer
And best of all, you can microwave the glass container without concern of chemicals leaching into the food (as with plastic containers).
Phoenix Rising
The lids are not easy to put on -- they require considerable strength to snap shut.
C. Ullman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

162 of 167 people found the following review helpful By Long Island Mom on May 13, 2009
I own a set of these as well as Pyrex glass storage boxes (a set of 3 square ones, 0.75L, 1.5L and 2.6L). I love them both. The majority of the containers in this set are smaller than the Pyrex ones. When I first saw them in a store, I had thought that they were too small to be useful (I use them to store leftovers), so I bought the Pyrex set instead. After using the Pyrex ones, I found them to be too big often times and hated having them take up rooms in my frig when they are half-empty (they are also heavy on the shelves). I went back to the store soon after to get this set and it's an excellent compliment to my Pyrex set. The glass is heavier than the Pyrex glass. The lids are water-tight while the Pyrex ones are not. They are dishwasher safe. I am so satisfied with them that I gave a set to my mother-in-law. I gave 4 stars because sometimes snapping open or close the lid on the largest size can put strains on my hands.
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68 of 68 people found the following review helpful By ringo TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 19, 2009
I've been using these to pack hubby's lunch for years, since the days when you had to find them at the Korean supermarket (sandwiches can go into a Snapware plastic box, but if it's going in the microwave, I'd rather pack it in glass). I have yet to find anything superior.

Snapware is the US distributor, not the manufacturer, but they're not outsourcing to Korea - these were invented for the Korean market (and won an international design award), and Snapware, which makes its plastic ware in the US, decided they couldn't do better. They're providing awesome customer support considering they don't actually make the stuff - I managed to break the lid on one of the boxes, and they sent me a new one with minimal hassles and no questions asked (I sent them a picture of the broken lid via email - how cool is that?).

If you're having trouble getting the lids to go on: make sure the gasket is in the right way - they have a rectangular cross-section, not square, and if they get turned the box doesn't close. Some of the older boxes also had two different lid depths, and two gasket thicknesses, and if you mixed them up they didn't seal properly at all, but I think they finally fixed this. (And of course make sure you have the right gasket in the right lid - some sets are color coded by shape - red=round, blue=square, rectangle=green - but some aren't).

Besides that, no complaints. I wish they had a deep large round to use as a big noodle bowl (feels funny eating noodles out of a rectangle), or even an actual bowl with the snap-on lid. Given how popular these have become for lunches, maybe they'll expand the line.
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47 of 48 people found the following review helpful By A more than happy homemaker on June 24, 2009
I got this set in a great deal for $29.99. must say this set is an excellent addition to my kitchen. I own pyrex 14 piece and 18 piece set too. those are also great but the pyrex lids are not water tight. but glasslock literally locks everything inside and nothing drips out even if you totally invert them...:-)
The best thing is, other than storing my leftovers, I use them for preparations too and also sometimes for serving. They are allrounder.
Cons : they are not conventional oven proof as pyrex and also the lids are such super tights that most of the time I have to ask my hubby to close all four sides.lol.
overall it is a must have for all the kitchens.
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65 of 71 people found the following review helpful By cometcal on September 27, 2010
I thought that since the glass containers were made out of thick glass that it was a durable, well made product.
I was wrong.

If you have already bought the product, read the bottom of the glass container. It states that it is not for oven use. The reason why is because what you have in your hands is NOT a tempered glass product. Non tempered glass will make sharp glass slivers when dropped or will break apart when subject to severe hot or cold temperatures (aka freezer or hot soup).

I bought a brand new set of the food containers for my wife recently. She promptly hand washed all the pieces and left them to air dry in the dish rack overnight. When I was putting the containers away in the cabinets the next morning, I noticed a one inch long glass sliver that broke off the narrow upper lip of one of the glass containers. Can you imagine what can happen if this glass sliver went inside some food that could have been left in the container? Needless to say, these containers are going to be returned.

Tempered glass is safer glass. It is more rigid and can withstand an occasional bump better than non tempered glass. If you didn't know, all automobile windows and windshields are required to be made of tempered glass. When tempered glass breaks, the broken pieces look more like gravel. Remember what the broken window glass looked like on the street after your car stereo was stolen?

I discovered that Pyrex glass storage containers are made of tempered glass. I called their customer service line to verify this. Read the bottom of one of your grandmother's Pyrex storage containers. It reads that it is safe for oven use. However, the problem with many of the Pyrex lids is that they are not leak proof.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Alissa Roberts on November 18, 2009
I too love this product. But I couldn't for the life of me close the lids when I first got them. Well, I just got off the phone with Snapware customer service, who were very helpful. They told me to simply flex the latches back and forth a number of times, and this solved the problem. Suddenly, lids that seemed to require superhuman force to close I could close easily.
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