Coleman Egg Container (12 Count)
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- Comes with an egg container - 12 Count
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|Item Dimensions||2.75 x 7.5 x 9 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.36 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.25 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
On a side note, mine were red, not turquoise.
I bought this egg container thinking it would keep uncooked eggs from rattling around in my cooler. But I found that even using the largest eggs I could find in the store (jumbo) there was enough room in each compartment to allow the jumbo eggs to move and rattle around. I did not toss the case around or hit lots of bumps on the road (as I carried the cooler in my car) to see if the uncooked eggs would break - sorry, I just didn't feel like tempting fate and cleaning up the mess. But I'm not confident they would not break since there is so much movement of the eggs inside the case, and since there are "nibs" the eggs bump against. In other words, the inside of the egg holder is not completely smooth on both sides. See my photos above for close up of the inside.
Then I thought I can still use it to hold hard boiled eggs because I don't have to fear hard boiled eggs cracking and breaking and making a mess. But that's not good for me because I want to peel the eggs before putting them in the case, which is what I wanted to do so I could have easy to grab and eat hard boiled eggs as an easy snack while driving on a very long road trip. With peeled eggs you have to deal with these "nibs" cutting up your hard boiled eggs. As I mentioned above, the top of half of the case has these annoying tiny "nibs" in it (can't think of a better word to describe them, see my photos for details) and the nibs poke and pierce the peeled eggs, which allows the introduction of bacteria into the eggs. These annoying nibs appear to be there to hold the eggs in place, but they don't (peeled or not), as I mentioned above, even jumbo eggs (in the shell) rattle around loosely in the holder.Read more ›
Note: NOT for deviled eggs (unless you put 2 halves together and don't mind if the filling leaks out a little into the container, or unless you use rather small eggs and wrap 2 halves together in plastic wrap or aluminum foil before inserting into the case), but GREAT for unshelled eggs, or even shelled (if they're hard-cooked). And don't try to pressure the case, even just a little, to fit into a fraction of an inch less space than it really takes -- it's likely to crack or break outright if you do.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Never had a broken egg with this. Nice plastic construction and easy to use. A larger one that holds more eggs would of been nice, but this is the one we bought and it worked just... Read morePublished 21 months ago by DT
after three camping trips.....
pros: no broken egg yet, no malfunctions
cons: eggs rattle a lot in there, need patience to open it
Does what it is supposed to.
Keeps eggs from cracking and i closes well.