I loved the clear twist lid and matching bottom. I'm disappointed that I can not find the clear top any longer, only the red. But, I've had the unfortunate experience of having them leak when liquids were stored in them making a mess. Please make more of the clear lid style. They look so much better for organizing things. Also they need to be made leak proof for liquid storage. I know you can do it!
Rubbermaid TakeAlongs Twist & Seal Snackers Containers 4 count
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Rubbermaid TakeAlongs Twist & Seal Snackers Containers have a twist-tight, leak-proof seal which makes them great for storing liquids and snacks. Plus, if you need to microwave the contents, the handles stay cool when food is hot.Rubbermaid TakeAlongs Twist & Seal Snackers Containers:
- 9.6-ounce capacity containers and lids
- Twist-tight, leak-proof seal
- Cereal bowl design is easier to eat from
- BPA free
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Rubbermaid TakeAlongs Twist & Seal Snackers Containers, 4 count
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loved the clear lid
Very Disappointed !!!
Had purchased this product quite a while back and the quality was great. Recently found the 2C size and decided to buy more - these are junk! The older ones were a thicker wall and could not be crushed. The new ones are so thin my wife can crush them!!! What`s up with that? WIFE NOT HAPPY - ME NOT HAPPY!!!
Love the product
Great Product, however the quality is poor. the bowls crack very easily. I have also had a few crack with the first use ! I wish they would make the bowl as sturdy as the lids!
Poor design base too small
I recently bought some Twist & Seal Small: (#7H99) 1.2 cup containers. The problem with them is that the base that it sits on is too small in diameter (1.65 inches). Thus, it tips over easily of you accidently knock the side of it. It is almost like trying to sit an egg on end. Years ago, you made a container that was similar size (6) in the Servin Saver line that was more cylindrical in shape and had a base diameter of about 2.4 inches. This was much more stable. This older line was a great product. That line used very durable PP plastic for the container, but less durable LDPE for the lid. The LDPE lids developed cracks and disintegrated over time. Thus they lost their utility. You should bring back the basic Servin Saver line, but with a material change to make the lids more durable.
Expensive Disposable Type Container
I bought these so I could make up our own jello, pudding, etc. individual servings and have a few ready and stacked in the fridge. Well, the first time I opened the fridge, one fell out onto the floor, cracked all the way down the side and the dog was trying to lick up all the orange jello while I was trying to clean up the mess. I thought it was just a one time thing, hit wrong or something. Next day, another one fell out of the fridge (the bottoms are so round they tip over and out easily) and it cracked too! Now today, my son threw away another one because the lid cracked! So don't expect to have these around for long. They are more a one or two times use and the count on tossing them. Disappointed for sure!
I have always had good luck with Rubbermaid products until these containers. I purchased these for bringing fruit & yogurt in my lunch and they leak.The picture you see with what appears to be chicken noodle soup in it, I would not transport unless it is kept perfectly level otherwise it will leak.I am hopimg Rubbermaid scraps the design and come up with something better ... Worthy of the Rubbemaid name. I try some from their competitors and they leak as well.
This is NOT leak-proof. Milk leaked all over my new lunch bag. Thought I didn't tighten it enough and tried another the next day. Milk leaked all over again. Not just drops - a lot! Put the 3rd one in a plastic bag and really tightened it - again leaked all over.
Cracked after freezing
Just bought the four pack of the 1.2 oz size Twist & Seal containers. They were filled with soup and put in the freezer. Upon bieng frozen, they were removed and on one, the lid cracked and part of it fell off. On another the container lip cracked and fell off. On a third, both the container and lid cracked and pieces broke off. As a packaging engineer, I believe that these containers should never have been advertised as freezer safe, as they are obviously NOT. You need to use an alternative plastic and perform more testing under the conditions under which you are advertising your product. These items are a FAILURE in freezer mode!
TakeAlong Twist and seal containers
I bought a set of these a few months ago thinking what a great idea for containing small batches of food to take to work. What a bad idea! In using them for my cereal in the morning, I found they leak. Did I tighten it enough? I could not get it any tighter and the lid was square on the container. So - don't use it for anything liquid. After using it to hold nuts and bolts while building stuff, I needed one this morning for dip. I bought some mixture with guacamole and a bunch of other stuff. I figured - it does move as fast as milk and will be in the fridge at work in about 20 minutes. So - when I remove the container from the bag, the dip has migrated to the side of the container as it did not remain standing upright in my bag. I brought it out and sat it on the desk before putting what needs to in the fridge. It fell over, off of the desk and onto the office floor. You know the office floor that is carpet over cement? Well, the side that hit the floor cracked - sufficiently that some of the contents spilled out onto the floor. The rest of the contents are now exposed to whatever lived on the floor or to the air. You know what air does to guacamole? Needless to say, if I use this container again, it will be back to storing nuts and bolts!
I bought two of the 4 packs of this item to use in my classroom to make butter. The students simply shook the container that was 1/2 filled with heavy cream. Much to my surprise 4 of the 8 containers cracked in various places. While I was happy that the lids stayed on and there was no leakage from the lid. I am very disappointed in the quality.
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