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OXO Kitchenware: 3-Piece OXO Pop Food Storage Container Set EXPIRED

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That's technically correct. However, I have both and I don't see much of a difference to be honest...if that helps.
Their two lines are Goodgrips (better, sold at BB&B and most nicer stores) and Softworks (sold at Target, Marshalls, Costco, others). These look like the higher end ones, but without a box, it's hard to confirm. But Macy's sell goodgrips stuff, so these are probably goodgrips too

For utensils, the softworks stuff is noticeably less good. Cheaper materials, basically self-made knockoffs. For the POP containers, they're VERY similar. Sizes are ever so slightly different for whatever reason, and some have rounded square buttons instead of circle. Beyond that, they're almost indistinguishable.

****That all being said, they recently updated the design on these. The lids are thinner which allows them to fit a little more, but they make a MUCH worse seal than the old ones. When they're full, you cannot lift the new ones by the lids. The lids just pull off when you try. They make a good enough seal on the shelf, but you could easily pick it up wrong and have it drop and spill. The older ones were much better, both goodgrips and softworks.
For reference, the Costco set is 9-piece and was $47.99 on sale. I ended up buying two sets and have been happy with them.

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Excellent deal. I've been waiting for this one for a long time, thank you!
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Great deal. Thank you for posting. Been waiting for this.
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My orders went through. Code does work "per order", ty!
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Sweet. Picked up a few of the really large containers. This will help fill out my growing collection.... I think I have a problem. 🤔
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These are the higher quality line compared to Costco correct?
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These are the higher quality line compared to Costco correct?
That's technically correct. However, I have both and I don't see much of a difference to be honest...if that helps.
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Salad spinner at Costco is on clearance for $12.97, but in ugly green. Still a good price.
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Honest question - I currently use much cheaper Glad and Rubbermaid containers (probably $1-3 each). Putting aside that these look MUCH better, how are they different? The price tag just seems so high there must be something I'm missing.
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Quote from strange_kiddo :
These are the higher quality line compared to Costco correct?
For reference, the Costco set is 9-piece and was $47.99 on sale. I ended up buying two sets and have been happy with them.
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Are the OXO Pop containers really worth the price? Conflicting reviews online whether they seal well.
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Thanks OP. I'm somewhat clueless to these. I like the way they stack for storage and they are clear. I assume the seal works good, even though what I'm replacing doesn't.
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Are the OXO Pop containers really worth the price? Conflicting reviews online whether they seal well.
The only kitchenware/homeware brand I would buy without needing to worry. I have more than 10 posts so I'm not a paid shill/bot. Careful buying from Amazon as I heard there are fakes with bad seals.
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Honest question - I currently use much cheaper Glad and Rubbermaid containers (probably $1-3 each). Putting aside that these look MUCH better, how are they different? The price tag just seems so high there must be something I'm missing.
Here's a pretty thorough review of many different brands/styles:

https://www.reviewed.com/home-out...-on-amazon

I personally like that the OXO are harder plastic which seem to last longer and not show abrasions from scrubbing. They are also a clearer plastic so you can see what's inside and they come in tall shapes for things like pasta.
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