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Rubbermaid Food Storage Container with Easy Find Lid, 2.5 Cup/0.59 Liter, Red

Walmart # 550502963

Rubbermaid Food Storage Container with Easy Find Lid, 2.5 Cup/0.59 Liter, Red

Walmart # 550502963
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Product Highlights

  • Lids snap to container bases and other lids
  • 1 lid fits multiple bases
  • BPA-free lid and base
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    <ul> <li>Plastic food storage containers ideal for meal prep and transporting</li> <li>Convenient nesting design takes up minimal space in cabinet or fridge</li> <li>Lids snap together for compact storage</li> <li>Made of thick, durable, BPA-free plastic</li> <li>Dishwasher, microwave, and freezer safe</li> </ul>

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    Rubbermaid Food Storage Container with Easy Find Lid, 2.5 Cup/0.59 Liter, Red

    Easily store food items while minimizing clutter around your kitchen using Rubbermaid Food Storage Containers with Easy Find Lids. Featuring a convenient nesting design, these meal prep containers are easy to organize and help conserve space in your cabinets. The lids snap to each other and to the bottom of the containers and have a bright red color, helping ensure that they are always easy to find. Constructed from durable, BPA-free plastic, these food containers are built to withstand a wide range of temperatures and are dishwasher, microwave, and freezer safe. Thanks to their clear bases, it's easy to see the contents of any container.

    • Plastic food storage containers ideal for meal prep and transporting
    • Convenient nesting design takes up minimal space in cabinet or fridge
    • Lids snap together for compact storage
    • Made of thick, durable, BPA-free plastic
    • Dishwasher, microwave, and freezer safe
    Customer Reviews
    4.2
    623 reviews
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    392
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    103
    3 stars
    34
    2 stars
    37
    1 star
    57
    Top Positive Review
    8 customers found this helpful
    We keep buying more
    Okay, WHAT are these people doing to their containers that are causing cracked lids and warping them in the microwave? We started using these about two years ago, then bought more because we liked them so much. We've added to our collection at least three times. We use them for frozen food prep, leftovers, lunches, snacks, bulk food storage, and even miscellaneous organization. I actually just came onto the site looking for narrow, taller versions of this design for pasta and cereal storage. Have we noticed some white pitting in some of the containers? Sure - that's what happens when you let casserole go six weeks past its overdue date or if you decide to microwave literally anything with tomato sauce in a plastic container. Warping? Is the life skill of not microwaving a sealed plastic container not shared these days? These lids conveniently vent if you lift them off and rotate them about 45 degrees so that they still cover the majority of the food while nuking it. Or maybe just don't place hot foods in a plastic container and seal them with an airtight lid and then stick them in an ice box before the contents have cooled down. They're plastic - not glass or metal, which are more resistant to things like heat vacuums. We have tossed a grand total of one (1) container since we started using these, because the amount of neglect we inflicted on it rendered it so pitted and odious that nothing we did could save it. We haven't even lost any lids, much less cracked one. I put everything through the dishwasher - top shelf for all except the largest containers and lids. These things are sturdy. I recommend them to my younger colleagues who are just starting their homes and are looking for inexpensive and reusable tools and many people at work use this product to bring their lunch. All you have to do is take care of it just like anything else you want to last for a long time. They don't look like a million dollars and they don't have to because they do exactly what you expect for a reusable plastic container and lid - which happen to conveniently snap together for easy parts organization.
    Top Negative Review
    17 customers found this helpful
    Lids break, cannot be replaced
    I bought a large set of these and found that the lids break easily, especially going from freezer to microwave. Since you cannot buy replacement lids for these, I had to recycle practically the entire set of containers which were otherwise perfectly good. On what planet is it okay not to sell replacement parts for such an easily-broken item?
    Top Positive Review
    8 customers found this helpful
    We keep buying more
    Okay, WHAT are these people doing to their containers that are causing cracked lids and warping them in the microwave? We started using these about two years ago, then bought more because we liked them so much. We've added to our collection at least three times. We use them for frozen food prep, leftovers, lunches, snacks, bulk food storage, and even miscellaneous organization. I actually just came onto the site looking for narrow, taller versions of this design for pasta and cereal storage. Have we noticed some white pitting in some of the containers? Sure - that's what happens when you let casserole go six weeks past its overdue date or if you decide to microwave literally anything with tomato sauce in a plastic container. Warping? Is the life skill of not microwaving a sealed plastic container not shared these days? These lids conveniently vent if you lift them off and rotate them about 45 degrees so that they still cover the majority of the food while nuking it. Or maybe just don't place hot foods in a plastic container and seal them with an airtight lid and then stick them in an ice box before the contents have cooled down. They're plastic - not glass or metal, which are more resistant to things like heat vacuums. We have tossed a grand total of one (1) container since we started using these, because the amount of neglect we inflicted on it rendered it so pitted and odious that nothing we did could save it. We haven't even lost any lids, much less cracked one. I put everything through the dishwasher - top shelf for all except the largest containers and lids. These things are sturdy. I recommend them to my younger colleagues who are just starting their homes and are looking for inexpensive and reusable tools and many people at work use this product to bring their lunch. All you have to do is take care of it just like anything else you want to last for a long time. They don't look like a million dollars and they don't have to because they do exactly what you expect for a reusable plastic container and lid - which happen to conveniently snap together for easy parts organization.
    Top Negative Review
    17 customers found this helpful
    Lids break, cannot be replaced
    I bought a large set of these and found that the lids break easily, especially going from freezer to microwave. Since you cannot buy replacement lids for these, I had to recycle practically the entire set of containers which were otherwise perfectly good. On what planet is it okay not to sell replacement parts for such an easily-broken item?
    1-10 of 623 reviews

    We keep buying more

    Okay, WHAT are these people doing to their containers that are causing cracked lids and warping them in the microwave? We started using these about two years ago, then bought more because we liked them so much. We've added to our collection at least three times. We use them for frozen food prep, leftovers, lunches, snacks, bulk food storage, and even miscellaneous organization. I actually just came onto the site looking for narrow, taller versions of this design for pasta and cereal storage. Have we noticed some white pitting in some of the containers? Sure - that's what happens when you let casserole go six weeks past its overdue date or if you decide to microwave literally anything with tomato sauce in a plastic container. Warping? Is the life skill of not microwaving a sealed plastic container not shared these days? These lids conveniently vent if you lift them off and rotate them about 45 degrees so that they still cover the majority of the food while nuking it. Or maybe just don't place hot foods in a plastic container and seal them with an airtight lid and then stick them in an ice box before the contents have cooled down. They're plastic - not glass or metal, which are more resistant to things like heat vacuums. We have tossed a grand total of one (1) container since we started using these, because the amount of neglect we inflicted on it rendered it so pitted and odious that nothing we did could save it. We haven't even lost any lids, much less cracked one. I put everything through the dishwasher - top shelf for all except the largest containers and lids. These things are sturdy. I recommend them to my younger colleagues who are just starting their homes and are looking for inexpensive and reusable tools and many people at work use this product to bring their lunch. All you have to do is take care of it just like anything else you want to last for a long time. They don't look like a million dollars and they don't have to because they do exactly what you expect for a reusable plastic container and lid - which happen to conveniently snap together for easy parts organization.

    We deserve replacement lids!

    Food storage at my house revolves around this product and the easy find lids. The lids nest together and take up minimal space and wont scatter. The containers last, but the lids do not. At the price per unit the lids should last longer. If Rubbermaid refuses to sell replacement lids, then offer a product with two lids per container for those who want to balance their inventory of containers and lids. With the emphasis on healthy cooking, and making from scratch, more storage of leftovers for lunch and other dinners is the way to go. Cracked lids leak in my lunch box and end up a "Bio-hazard". :)

    Great idea, bad execution- not microwave safe

    These products are great for storing food, but don't use them for microwaving... They say they are microwave safe, but every time I've used them to reheat something, they have "pitted" and thus will harbor bacteria and become unusable for storing food again. So they have turned out to be a disappointment. Great idea, bad execution.

    Replacement lids

    They are good containers but there's not much you can do with them after the lids crack. Rubbermaid does not sell replacement lids. I've searched for better containers. What are the alternatives? A vacuum sealer is expensive and still adds to the plastic in the landfills. Many glass containers have plastic lids and those lids also lack durability. What do you do? Just recycle the containers and buy more of them? I do not like that solution.

    Need to sell lids separately

    Love the product. Keeps my containers neat and organized. But, the lids don't last as long as the containers. Now I have 7 more containers than lids to match with them. I would purchase the lids separately if I could, but that is not an option. Always throwing away a four cup container just because the lid broke is not environmentally friendly. Oh, well. I guess time to research new containers.

    disappointed

    Disappointed in the 6 piece Easy Lid container set as one is now cracked with standard use in less than a year. 2 cup size was so good, expected better quality from Rubbermaid.

    Lids break, cannot be replaced

    I bought a large set of these and found that the lids break easily, especially going from freezer to microwave. Since you cannot buy replacement lids for these, I had to recycle practically the entire set of containers which were otherwise perfectly good. On what planet is it okay not to sell replacement parts for such an easily-broken item?

    Need replacement lids

    I have a ton of lids that have cracked and are no longer useable, so that leaves me with a ton of containers with no lids. Why don't you sell replacement lids?

    Not what we thought we were getting

    We have some higher quality Rubbermaid products and thought we were buying the same quality...not so...very sad.
    Thank you for taking the time to review our Easy Find Lids food storage! We apologize for any inconvenience caused. We'd like to gather further information. You will be contacted shortly by a member of our Rubbermaid Consumer Care Team.

    Do not microwave with liquids inside

    I'm not happy with these "microwave safe" products. Most of them have damage to the bottom inside the container after using to re-heat spaghetti and other left overs. Literally all 12 of my containers have damage from the microwave. And do not freeze these because they can shatter if you drop one fresh out of the freezer. I expected more from a Rubbermaid product. I'm going back to glass I guess.

    Customer Q&A

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    1-3 of 3 questions
    by DEESeptember 3, 2015


    Last answer: September 4, 2015
    1. Thank you for your interest in our products. The dimensions for the Rubbermaid Easy Find Lids 2.5-gallon container are: 16.6 L x 11.3 W x 5.5 H.
    by Rubbermaid
    2. This is definitely an oblong container and not squared. Also the depth is quite huge as well.
    by Marina
    2 Answers
    Last answer: September 4, 2015

    by richkat1August 1, 2015


    Last answer: August 3, 2015
    1. No, this listing is for the container and lid.
    by CommunityAnswer
    2. Thank you for your interest in our products. The Rubbermaid Easy Find Lids, 2.5-Gallon, Red (Model No. 1832702) is for the lid and base.
    by Rubbermaid
    2 Answers
    Last answer: August 3, 2015

    by dlooneyJuly 20, 2017


    Last answer: July 25, 2017
    1. Thanks for your interest in our products! The Rubbermaid Easy Find Lids Food Storage Container is freezer safe.
    by Rubbermaid
    1 Answer
    Last answer: July 25, 2017

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