Tupperware 2-Cup Quick Shake Gravy Container
|Price:||$18.00 + $5.49 shipping|
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- Great for quickly blending smoothies, shakes, salad dressings, pudding
- Holds 16 ounces; made of rugged plastic; fits hand comfortably
- Virtually airtight, leak-proof seal with pouring spout
- Removable blending wheel ensures quick, thorough mixing
- Lifetime warranty against chipping, cracking, breaking, peeling
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Top Customer Reviews
O.K. Here is how to get that darn top to go on. Soak the top and bottom in HOT water and let them sit to heat up and become soft. Now take them out and seal every thing up. put it aside and let it cool. The top has now been stretched to fit the bottom and will go on much easier in the future. This technique works for just about all Tupperware plastic products.
One important thing to remember is NEVER use warm or hot liquid in the Quickshake because when you shake it up the top blows off (unless you are a practical joker).
By the way my first favorite is the Quick Chef. :-)
In addition to a shaker, this container doubles as a covered drink container for the car, since the lid stays on tight, and the bottom is narrow enough to fit in all but the flimsiest cup holders. A friend takes his Tupperware shaker to the juicebar for carryout juices! The pour-top doubles as an opening for a straw, for kids or people who need to drink from a straw (like when I had a neck injury). A calibrated drink container can also be helpful for people trying to make sure they drink 8 glasses of water a day.
While the listed price seems like a lot to pay for a shaker, if it's like my other Tupperware containers, it'll be around for decades!
I admit, like Mito says in her review, these are ideal for the car. So, I purchased two. One for the kitchen, one for the car! I use it mostly in the summer and take out the star shaped ring in the middle when using ice and not mixing a drink.
When making salad dressing just for two people, it is nice to just pour the salad dressing onto each salad and then save the rest for lunch the next day.
~The Rebecca Review
My one complaint is that the seal on the top that closes the hole in the lid was hard for me to get on there precicesly; but I also have bad carpal tunnel .....P>All in all, it was worth every penny. I even got a second one I use for cooking now.
The cap on top of the lid takes so long to coax into place that the only way I've deemed this cup usable is to just leave it closed all the time. Other than that the cup seems to be fine. The markings (c, oz, and ml) are clear and readable. It is also easy to clean (if using protein powder it is probably best to rinse it out right away), though I cannot say how it fares in a dishwasher. If you do not want a cup that is a hassle to put together and you are just making simple shakes, you will probably want to look elsewhere.
I haven’t had any issues with it leaking and cleanup is easy. I just throw it in the dishwasher. Mine is a little worn now but it still works just fine.
You get the cup, cover and blender wheel.
Great way to stay on a diet if you use shakes because you can pack this and take on trips.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this to help mix ingredients while making gravy and am so happy with it! It works great for shakes, drink mixes and chocolate milk!Published 17 days ago by Bob Gross
The seal is something to be redesigned. Otherwise, it works great.Published 10 months ago by A. Miller
PURCHASED THIS PRODUCT(NOT EXACTLY THE ONE SHOWN HERE) IT WAS A SHAKER STYLE SIMILAR TO THIS AND SERVED AS A MEASURING CUP. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Carole Warren-Watters
I think these gravy mixers are great. I highly recommend them. Of course I am also partial to Tupperware.Published 15 months ago by John S. Baber
Perfect! Nice price! Tried and true Tupperware, can't beat it! Durable, Dishwasher safe, Leakproof.Published 20 months ago by LisMar
After a couple of months using it, I still don't like the new style. It always spills, because it is so tricky to close just right.Published 20 months ago by Bella Gulevsky