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These are microwaveable and freezer safe, perfect for leftovers from Thanksgiving that is fast approaching, workplace lunches or from everyday meals. -slickdewmaster

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20-Pack Bento Style Meal Prep Microwaveable Food Containers by Better Body Kitchen [thatdailydeal.com] (Single or Double Compartment)

Note, freezer and microwaveable safe
  • $13.77 + free shipping for 1x 20-Pack
  • $23.73 + free shipping for 2x 20-Packs ($11.87 each)
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I would like to comment that this is made up of high density polyethylene. HDPE.

HDPE has a melting point of about 250°F. Now according to google a 1000 watt Microwave can only reach a max temperature of 212°F.

Now it is true that some plastics melt at this temperature, like LDPE. Saying that all plastics will melt in the microwave is wrong.
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Something being made of chemicals does not mean it's dangerous.
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Please don't microwave plastic containers. They are not good for your health.
That's stupid. There are plenty of heat resistant, food safe plastics.
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Please don't microwave plastic containers. They are not good for your health.
Any accredited sources for this comment? One that actually relate health issues in humans?

I'm sure the lab rats injected with melted plastic don't fare too well, but I have yet to see a case study relating your comment to humans.

That said, poor product, poor retailer.
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Any accredited sources for this comment? One that actually relate health issues in humans?

I'm sure the lab rats injected with melted plastic don't fare too well, but I have yet to see a case study relating your comment to humans.

That said, poor product, poor retailer.
Here's one: http://time.com/4229503/plastic-in-microwave-is-it-safe/​ [time.com]
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Any accredited sources for this comment? One that actually relate health issues in humans?

I'm sure the lab rats injected with melted plastic don't fare too well, but I have yet to see a case study relating your comment to humans.

That said, poor product, poor retailer.
Heated up chemicals surrounding your food. What can go wrong?
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I have these - they're nice, and can be reused a fair amount of times. They're no replacement for your typical tupperware containers, but you should be able to get a good 10 uses out of them.
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Costco has them pretty cheap. Moreover if you run into TJs or Marshallas there are plenty of Samsonite/Siesta boxes they will run around 25 for some 15 odd boxes which are pretty slick as they are real boxes with seal to prevent leak.
Or you can go to Ikea and get their glass storage containers for 5 EA
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I can't comment on these other than their F grade on Fakespot.

I have been using Fitpacker Meal prep containers for about 3 years. They aren't perfect but they are the best that I've used so far. These aren't ment for holding liquids but are pretty durable and secure.

https://www.amazon.com/Fitpacker-...SKRywsihb7

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These Fitpacker containers that I linked fit and work perfectly with my Hot Logic portable oven.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EC7X...-zb8Z39GA8
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while more expensive, i suggest waiting to save for these glass ones to go on sale: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M0FE...-zbM905M1Q
Will last you much longer and you don't have to worry too much about microwaving glass for too long whereas this plastic will melt.
I've got these and for my lunch at work 6 of these are enough for a week depending on how often you plan on meal planning for.
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Please don't microwave plastic containers. They are not good for your health.
How are you going to recycle your plastic then?
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