Arrow Plastics Manufacturing C00746 Fridge Stack Beverage Container, 5 quart, Clear
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- Durable and compact beverage container to fit into many spaces
- Built in handle for easy carrying
- Large opening so filling up, adding ice etc. is simple and easy
- Fill with your favorite beverage, water, iced tea, juice or powdered drink mix
- BPA free, MADE IN USA
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The size and shape are well thought out, just wish that they had finished the job:
As most have guessed, 5 quarts is so that you can Use 4 of them - getting that last half-quart of the Available Four Out without defrosting the freezer is a real problem, as the airflow is awful (one thick thread to cap mean you can't keep the screw-on cap loose enough to allow air in - we use ours with No cover, no choice), and the spout is mounted at exactly the four quart line - No way to dispense the last quart.
-and- you Must have it down to four quarts of available space, or the New gallon won't Fit, with little indication (due to shape) that you are about to overflow. Now, ALL of this can be worked around, just a pity that the customer Must do so.
This will be solved by some enterprising company completing the job:
A 'waterfall' opening in the absolute Bottom of the dispense side feeding a better quality spout.
A 'Tilt' in the base of the container that forces the liquid to the spout.
A 'cap' that has at Least four complete threads that allow it to remain open for airflow, OR an air release pin.
Until that happens, you know what you are getting - a committee design that completely fails to live up to expectations, but nearly gets the job done - a result that is all too common these days, i.e., if -I- can figger it out, it was clearly bean-counters that wrecked it.
One person said it doesn't flow that fast. That is because of physics. If you want a reservoir to pour fast, it needs to be deep.
IT WOULD ALSO BE NICE IF THIS COMPANY MADE A LARGER VERSION OF THIS - most beverage shelves in refrigerators can hold a deep one like this but nearly twice as wide and 25% higher - would hold nearly a gallon - measure some refrigerators like Samsung and make one that is larger (but DEEP) and you will have hit on your hands.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just what I needed for an alkaline water machine. Mouth opening is large enough to put my hand inside the container.Published 1 day ago by Marsha Gillum
Perfectly fits in our fridge and is completely stain resistant. Also very easy to clean (we make 2 gallons of sweet tea a week)Published 18 days ago by Patrick Leonard
I bought a couple of them via Points2Shop and I was quite please of having them in the fridge, but I had one massive issue with them. Read morePublished 21 days ago by vovillia
This works good for my needs. It fits nicely on the bottom shelf of my refrigerator. I do have to keep the lid loose in order for the liquid to come out of the spout. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kimberly
This is a great way to keep water in the fridge. It's deep but short so it fits on all of our shelves and holds a good amount. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Red
Use it to keep iced tea in the refrigerator. Works very well for that purpose.Published 1 month ago by EWS
The water does not come out evenly - it comes out a little at a time - I opened the top up - but still slow - what is wrong with this?Published 1 month ago by Christine Ray
Best option for water in refrigerator, takes up little space low profile sits between shelves and holds 5 quarts, depth is just right for our counter depth Sub-Zero refrigerator.Published 2 months ago by Ricardo