Endurance Nesting Measuring Cups, Set of 6
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- Stainless steel
- Wide sure-grip handles
- Nests for easy storage
- Can measure wet or dry ingredients
- Dishwasher Safe
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Take on any recipe with this six piece nesting measuring cup set from RSVP's Endurance line. Made of quality stainless steel, they have lasting beauty and durability. These measuring cups nest together for compact easy storage with wide sure-grip handles for easy measuring, wet or dry. This set includes a one cup, a 3/4 cup, a 2/3 cup, a 1/2 cup, a 1/3 cup, and a 1/4 cup scoop. 1 cup; 3/4 cup; 2/3 cup; 1/2 cup; 1/3 cup; 1/4 cup
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(I even looked at Bed, Bath, and Beyond and cross-referenced to get reviews of their sets... don't bother!)
I have just ONE thing to add to all the other reviews: This set is neck-and-neck with a few others - notably the CIA Masters set - and I was torn until I realized one key thing. These cups have a much smaller circumference and can therefore fit in more things to "scoop." I really thought that aesthetically, the CIA Masters set just looked prettier... but as soon as I found, buried in a review, that the CIA Masters set's 1 cup is 4 inches across I knew it wouldn't fit in my flour and sugar canisters to scoop. It was all over.
I bought these and have never looked back. I love love LOVE them. To reiterate what other reviewers have already noted:
- Even the 1/4 cup is properly weighted so that it doesn't tip over when it's empty or only half full. This was huge for me.
- The cups themselves are properly weighted; not too heavy, not too light.
- It's nice to have the 3/4 cup and the 2/3 cup.
- These stay perfectly clean; no crevices for anything to get stuck in.
- These are quality and won't bend, melt, or ever be altered.
I love having these. It is a pleasure to cook with them. These are the ones to get, and they make a perfect gift for any cook. Even cooks who already have a set will love using their older set as "extra" when a recipe calls for using the same cup more than once, with different ingredients.
I have no worries of any of that happening with this set. These are substantial, thick, stainless steel cups stamped from a single piece. I'm quite convinced I'll never need another set.
Beyond durability, these cups are better than the cheaper alternative in a lot of ways. Their single-stamp, smooth construction makes them trivially easy to clean. They're nicely weighted and will stand up straight even when empty. Despite that, they're not bottom-heavy. They're actually pretty deep for each size, allowing for a narrower top which will fit into smaller containers. The little tab helps them nest neatly for easy storage. The top is well-defined, making it easier to level off precise quantities. Added to all of that, this set had two more cups than the cheaper set. The 2/3 and 3/4 cup sizes come in handy more often that I thought they would.
Criticisms? Only one. The cups are tapered so it's kind of difficult to tell by sight when it's half-full. It would be nice if the manufacturers put a little line inside the cup to indicate halfs (and in the case of the one-cup container, quarters). That would allow saving a dish when you need, say, a half-cup of this and a half-cup of that and it would allow you to use the cups instead of your spoons when you need 1/8 or 1/6 cup.
But overall I'm really quite pleased with these measuring cups and wish I had purchased them in the first place.
P.S. Cook's Illustrated recommended the OXO measuring cups, which these are replacing after every single handle broke off, some breaking off part of the cup. I bought them when my other cups were lost in a move. I am in my 60s and have never had that happen to me before and it happened to every single one of them. In addition those cups didn't have straight sides in the interior, which made removing some ingredients difficult.
They're well built, solid, durable, properly balanced, and beautifully and thoughtfully designed.
I really like the added "tip" feature because it really helps for balance, picking up, and resting on containers. The weight stamps are bold and clear, making it sure that they wont ever wear down. They are one piece, meaning the handles wont snap off- I can't even imagine what you'd measure that would be heavy enough to break them (maybe solid led?)
I did a lot of comparing before buying because I wanted to get a set that will last. I was tired of the cheap plastic kind with stickers that come off, so I decided stainless steel was the way to go. There were a couple sets that are cheaper than these, but, after reading the reviews, I was concerned the handles might break. I also noticed complaints that some of them weren't weighted properly and would tip over too easily, whereas these are weighted properly and don't tip over.
In my opinion, it's worth spending the extra amount to get a set that is weighted properly and built to last.