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24-Piece Pyrex Simply Store Round Glass Food Storage Set EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 24-Piece Pyrex Simply Store Round Glass Food Storage Set on sale for $16.41. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. Thanks MasterOfNone

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  • Includes two 7-cup round dishes, three 4-cup round dishes, three 2-cup dishes, and four 1-cup round bowls, all with lids.
  • This price beats our previous FP deal from December for this set by ~$3.60. -SaltyOne

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Pyrex 24-piece Simply Store Round Glass Food Storage Set
$16.41 online at Walmart. I did free ship to store pickup.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pyrex-...ected=true

Includes two 7-cup round dishes, three 4-cup round dishes, three 2-cup dishes, and four 1-cup round bowls, all with lids

Glass is pre-heated oven, fridge, freezer and microwave safe
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These have turned into a razor and blade model business. Where the razor is the glass bowl and the blade is the plastic lid. The lids crack so often with minimal use, you are forced to buy more expensive lids as replacements. At this rate this set is cheaper than the lids.

Companies make more money, the consumer gets a good deal, the environment suffers.
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Good deal! I have more of these sets then I need, but my lids are cracking, leaving me with less "actually usable" ones. Urrr... Buying new sets at this price is almost cheaper than buying replacement lids! I wonder if they changed the materials for the lids, or if I'm doing something wrong. Me old sets 10 years back seemed to have lasted me longer...
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I do not like microwaving food in plastic containers,food can burn into the plastic if to hot and foods like tomato sauce discolor the plastic from heat.Glass is way easier to clean and does not stain and food cooks better,taste better and safer. I'll never cook in plastic again. Plastic is good for cold storage only imo.
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Good deal,got it for 19.99 on BF
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Paid 25 a few years back at Macy's on a FP deal. Good deal TU
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Good deal! I have more of these sets then I need, but my lids are cracking, leaving me with less "actually usable" ones. Urrr... Buying new sets at this price is almost cheaper than buying replacement lids! I wonder if they changed the materials for the lids, or if I'm doing something wrong. Me old sets 10 years back seemed to have lasted me longer...
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Our lids crack too.
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Good deal! I have more of these sets then I need, but my lids are cracking, leaving me with less "actually usable" ones. Urrr... Buying new sets at this price is almost cheaper than buying replacement lids! I wonder if they changed the materials for the lids, or if I'm doing something wrong. Me old sets 10 years back seemed to have lasted me longer...
How do you wash the lids?
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Replacement lids on Amazon. The lids crack from the dishwasher
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How do you wash the lids?
We used to stick them to the top rack of dish washer (even for our old ones back in the day, but I stopped doing that after the first cracked lately. Just had another cracked last week ( first one was a rectangular one and this time it's the smallest round one the sell...) 10 years ago, we were probably using cascade and now seventh generation. Don't know if it made a difference.
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Replacement lids on Amazon. The lids crack from the dishwasher
Yes, that's where I found the price for replacement lids. With this deal, it's worth it getting a brand new set lol.

Edit: Heck, I'm gonna do it the right SD way this time. Buy now think later.
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This makes more sense than buying more lids. In for one. Thanks!
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We got the silicon stretching lids, we are happy with them, have had them for a year and half so far, all is good.
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We used to stick them to the top rack of dish washer (even for our old ones back in the day, but I stopped doing that after the first cracked lately. Just had another cracked last week ( first one was a rectangular one and this time it's the smallest round one the sell...) 10 years ago, we were probably using cascade and now seventh generation. Don't know if it made a difference.
I don't know about specific brands but I've noticed the lids do not like the dishwasher, especially not the heated dry cycle. Much happier with hand wash
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These have turned into a razor and blade model business. Where the razor is the glass bowl and the blade is the plastic lid. The lids crack so often with minimal use, you are forced to buy more expensive lids as replacements. At this rate this set is cheaper than the lids.

Companies make more money, the consumer gets a good deal, the environment suffers.
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We got the silicon stretching lids, we are happy with them, have had them for a year and half so far, all is good.
Interesting. The ones made by Pyrex? How do they seal (liquid)?
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