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Sargent Art 22-1610 No-Spill Paint Cups with Flip Open Lids, Set of 10
- Sargent Art 22-1610 No-Spill Paint Cups with Flip Open Lids, Set of 10
- Twist-off, grooved-rim caps with locking clasps enable convenient refilling
- Sturdy cap tabs won't break off; fill-line indicator and dual brush holders
- Inner rim seals recycle moisture and prevent evaporation; reusable storage bag
- Measures approximately 12-1/2 by 6-4/5 by 12-4/5 inches
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Sargent Art Set of 10 No-Spill Paint Cups with Flip Open Lids are a "patented" design offered exclusively from Sargent Art. Easy-open, tab lid with locking clasp never detaches. Twist-off, grooved rim caps allow for convenient, spill-free refilling. Sturdy cap tabs won't break off and cups have fill-line indicator and dual brush holders. Inner rim seals recycle moisture and prevent evaporation.
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Sargent Art No-Spill Paint Cups
Our no spill paint cups have a patented design exclusive to Sargent Art. Cups have a twist off grooved rim cap for quick refills and easy clean up. Tabbed cap lid is hinged so it won't get lost. Cap also has dual brush holders molded into the top.
Lid open and ready to go!
The easy open lid is hinged and swings out of the way in use.
Cap lid open
2 Brush rests
Tipped over? No problem!
Cap lid closed
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The ad description is confusing - Product Dimensions 12.5 x 6.8 x 12.8 inches, this dimension is for the bag they all come in.
This packaging bag is the same bag described as a " reusable storage bag " - it's just a cellophane bag, not very reusable.
* Please note - each paint cup holds about 8 ounces / 1 cup of liquid.
This IS NOT stated in the ad, which would be very helpful to know.
Each no-spill paint cup has a sturdy, hinged, tabbed cap that isn't suppose to break off and a twist off grooved rim cap for quick refills.
Each has a fill-line indicator and dual brush holders molded into the top.
The lid opening/flap opens and closes well enough for my toddler to do so by herself and stick a paintbrush in. They will fit into the paint tray slots on the Mellissa & Doug easel, which is what we use.
In use I have found these a good size as they are small enough that my young son can easily maneuver them, and yet big enough that they don't easily tip. I also chose to only fill them under ½" for three reasons: (1) limits waste if my son accidentally mixes colors by putting a dirty paintbrush in the wrong cup, (2) prevents my son from dipping the paintbrushes too far and getting paint on the handles, and (3) will hopefully allow him to use the paint fast enough to prevent it from drying out. I should also mention that my 3 year old son has no problem opening or closing these containers.
The reason I docked these cups has mostly to do with quality. While these seem sturdy enough, it was somewhat frustrating to put the lids on as they only have a single thread and it was tedious to try and get them on straight. These are obviously also not airtight by any means (no rubber seals, etc). For the price that is not unexpected, but would have been nice to not have to worry about the paint drying up if my son takes a week off from using them. These are also, as expected, made in China. I should also mention that they arrived stacked together very tightly (perhaps due to the heat during transport?) and were difficult to separate.
On a side note, it would be nice if there were better options out there (ie. airtight, good quality, etc). While other brands are likely better quality, they tended to be available only in sets of 4 for primary colors (plus green). These were the best, no-spill option I could find that offered a good selection of colors and yet I am somewhat disappointed that no one makes a slightly larger set (anyone notice how there is no pink?). Naturally, I could (and eventually will) teach my son how to just mix these colors on the side, but, at my son's current age, that would be far too messy. I have noticed that Amazon now offers the individual cups for sale and so I may eventually pick up a few of the white ones and mix the other colors for him (pink, gray, and perhaps sky blue with how appealing outdoor scenes normally are for kids), but it would be nice if matching cups were available.