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|Product Dimensions||35.56 x 22.86 x 10.16 cm|
PYREX Containers Simply Store 6-cup Rectangular Glass Food Storage Red Plastic Covers ... (Pack of 4 Containers)
|Price:||+ S$39.28 Delivery|
- Includes (4) 6-Cup Rectangular Dish with Red Plastic Lid
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The Pyrex 6-Cup Rectangle Glass Storage Dish with Plastic Cover saves space while saving the Earth. The compact design maximizes your fridge and freezer space and they nest and stack for storage when not in use. Snap on a secure, BPA-free lid for an efficient, convenient lunchbox.
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They are built to last, though they can break. They are not invincible. I accidentally broke one by putting cold liquid in it when it was hot. And of course it can break if you drop it at the wrong angle. But they are sturdy and can handle a lot of rough handling.
They do leak if you tilt them, but are there really leak proof containers out there? And if they exist how much to they cost and how hard are they to open and close? Just be careful when handling if there is a lot of liquid in the container. When I travel with them, which I have for years, taking my lunch or dinner on the road with me, I wrap them in two gallon ziplock bags. I put the container in the first bag Then turn it around and put the wrapped container in another bag, with open end of bag on opposite sides. That way if it leaks into the first bag, the second bag catches the leaks. I don't ziplock either bag. Sometimes, I'll even put a cloth napkin around the container before they go into the bags. But I've also learned to cook and pack "dryer" foods in the pyrex and carry liquids in tight screw tight jars that I save from products I buy. Like pint size Adams peanut butter jars. They are excellent for storing liquids. But I digress.
They do cost more money then plastic and are heavier, but if you can afford them, they are the better choice.