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Oxo Good Grips Mini Stainless Steel Angled Measuring Cup
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- Mini stainless steel angled measuring cup
- Sleek, modern look with soft grip handle
- Angled side makes it easy to read measurements from above
- Safe to use in dishwasher
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|Dimensions||2 inches x 3 inches x 3 inches||2.1 inches x 2.6 inches x 3.25 inches||6.3 inches x 8.3 inches x 7 inches||4.16 inches x 5.2 inches x 3.74 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.5 pounds||0.02 pounds||1.5 pounds||0.5 pounds|
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It has the following graduations 1/4 oz, 1/2 oz, 1 oz, 1 1/2 oz, 2oz on one side and Tbs on the other (I never use that side, but I could cause it's always there)
This is a great product, and a great addition to any bar.
The only slight downside was the manufacturer stickers left a glue residue that took a little time to wash/rub off. Just a few minutes of warm water soak and rubbing off with my thumb.
However, like other reviewers, I wish they would have embossed the lines into the metal rather than printing them on the surface, or at least used a sharp black line rather than soft edged gray type with wide marking lines (imprecise). The measuring marks are slightly reflective, so if the light shines on them the right way, they blend into the rest of the stainless steel. After reading all of the reviews here about difficult to see markings, I went to Sur La Table and picked out the one with the darkest marks. Some had very faded or fuzzy type- bad quality control. Some also had scratches and burnishing marks from poor machining.
Like others, I also wish it had a few more measurement markings. I generally don't need the tablespoons, since I use it just for cocktails. Oxo should come out with a baking version (TSP and TBSP) and the cocktail version, with ounces on both sides, but including many more markings.
I also thought about getting the OXO double-sided jigger, but I recommend this instead (cheaper, too!Read more ›
Also, i dont know what kind of super glue they use to put on their stickers, but WOW! I couldnt get them off (they put one INSIDE the bottom, too--so you dont want that left over gunk getting into your food!). I called OXO's customer service and got a snippy lady who said I should have used a hair dryer. "should have?!" Odd that they need to put instructions on their products on how to remove their junk! Anyway, hair dryer didnt work. Soap didnt work. Oil/WD-40 didnt work. FINALLY my painter suggested paint thinner. It worked, but still took me over 20 minutes to get the gunk off.
I love most OXO products, but this one is a lemon, and their customer service "help" was anything but that!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You want to make the perfect drink? Well of course you do!
Then you will need to properly measure the amount of each ingredient. Read more
This thing is wicked bad for making cocktails. its true that its not as easy to read as the clear plastic one but its still easy to read. Read morePublished on May 23, 2013 by Michael Rosner
Handy little device, really. The product itself get's 5 for 5. It's the fact that some of them are going for 30 bucks that earned this a 1-star rating. Read morePublished on February 18, 2013 by Ben H.
I love this angled measuring cup. VERY easy to see the graduations from above. That saves me a lot of time in the kitchen.Published on November 29, 2012 by J. Webb
1) Rust: after a few months of owning it, I have to scrub off the rust spots every other time I wash it.
2) Stickers: I still haven't been able to remove the labels. Read more
I bought one of these a while back and found I used it so often that I needed another, then another. How many recipes call for a 1/4 cup of oil? 4 TBSP = 1/4 cup. Read morePublished on November 26, 2010 by GHB
I use this for making cocktails as well as measuring oil or other liquids for recipes. The stainless steel is perfect, because it matches my other bar tools, but more importantly,... Read morePublished on October 29, 2010 by Nicholas B Hausman