Paksh Novelty Round Plastic Meal Preparation Container/Food Saver with Clear Lid, Microwave & Dishwasher Safe, 24 oz, 16 Piece
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- Quality you can count on - easy to use, easy to clean & freezer friendly
- Stackable & functional, 100% BPA free, keeps cold items cold and hot items hot, microwaveable & dishwasher safe can withstand temperatures up to 250F
- Suggested & approved - best meal savers, ideal for food preparation and to store leftovers, great for take out orders and prepackaged meals
- New & improved lid fits snug and secure ensuring that no messes or spills occur, delicate ingredients like fruits or vegetables stay fresh & contained
- Reusable: Grease and oil resistant, these containers are easy to clean so that you can stay efficient and use them again and again
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This item Paksh Novelty Round Plastic Meal Preparation Container/Food Saver with Clear Lid, Microwave & Dishwasher Safe, 24 oz, 16 Piece
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 7 x 1.5 in||5.31 x 7.28 x 1.97 in||7.25 x 7.25 x 7 in||9.25 x 9.25 x 6 in||7.25 x 7.25 x 9.25 in||6 x 8.5 x 8.5 in|
|Item Weight||—||1.09 ounces||1.13 lbs||1.67 lbs||1.69 lbs||2.01 lbs|
|Size||A||—||28 oz||48 oz||32 oz||38 oz|
Made of safe polypropylene these heavy weight containers and lids are engineered for heat and cold resistance. Its thick walls keep cold items cold and hot items hot. These special meal savers are freezer friendly making these the ideal food container. Sturdy & reusable! Both the container and the lid are microwave safe, allowing for convenient reheating without the risk of melting. They are easy to stack in coolers and picnic baskets and its new & improved airtight lid keeps delicate foods fresh and contained. Great to use for assorted chips or fruits. Think outside the box! Also the perfect versatile container for arts & crafts. Use to store fragile crafts and divide paraphernalia in its compartments by color or size. Clear lid for easy viewing of contents.
Top Customer Reviews
I have some Rubbermaid and SnapIt containers, but I don't like to use them to carry my meals to school (I work at a university) for one simple reason: I tend to lose things on a semi-regular basis and I can't afford to replace them all the time, lol! I'm a typical nerdy professor/researcher. I think about a lot of things, but not about stuff like where I set down my lunch bowl. I also tend to give them away:"Oh, you really like my home cooked chilli? Take the rest home!" And no one ever returns the container. 😄
These round bowls from Paksh fit the bill! Super lightweight, clean up nicely (I wash my dishes by hand because it uses less water than a dishwasher, so I can't speak to their durability in the dishwasher), are microwave safe (of course, the lid can't be tightly sealed in the microwave or it will warp, but that's true for any plastic--you have to have a small vent for steam to escape), and are the perfect size and price!
One of my fellow reviewers called this "the worst Tupperware ever," but I must respectfully disagree. This is because, naturally, it isn't Tupperware, or Rubbermaid, or SnapIt. These are bowls with lids that cost 94 cents each. Yes, the above mentioned brands are better quality and more durable. I have Tupperware from the 70's. I don't expect to have these Paksh bowls in thirty years. I was looking for cheap bowls, because for 94 cents a pop, I can afford to lose some, give some away, and have them crack or break once in a while (although I haven't had one bowl or lid break yet). One Tupperware bowl and lid is going to cost several dollars, many cost more than ten. One cannot buy a bowl and lid for 94 cents and expect Tupperware quality. That's like buying a 1970's Dodge for $500 and then complaining it's not a 2015 Audi.
For me, these bowls are just the ticket. I can make my salads and meals in advance. I can bring them to school and microwave the contents. I can lose and/or give some away now and then without stressing over the cost. I can wash and dry them quickly and easily. The new, improved lids are just that. They are difficult to get on and off until you discover the trick to it; after that it's pretty easy and it does keep things airtight. In my personal experience, I haven't had one leak yet. When I start getting low on them, I order more. I'm also going to order the three-section bento box style containers. At 94 cents each, how can I lose?
- Good size, hold around 3 to 4 items
- About 2 inches deep, so there is plenty of room
- The plastic is a bit thicker so hopefully will last longer than most other containers I have seen
- The lids are hard to get on at first. Essentially you have to hold it and go around the whole time pressing firmly to get them to click on.