Boîte hermétique Lock & Lock 1.6 L , 4 Compartments HPL824C
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I don't buy sets. Instead, I prefer to just buy the particular pieces that I need (preferably on sale--this one was 9 bucks). I can usually find a space-efficient way to store them by putting the smaller ones into the larger ones. I didn't have a Lock&Lock of this size, but I thought the size would be perfect for storing half a London broil or a couple of chicken pieces. The 54 ounce, 1.7 qt size (HPL824) is perfect.
It has the familiar 4 flaps, one on each quadrant of the lid, that engage the equally familiar tabs on each quadrant of the body of the piece. The seal is tight, waterproof and secure. The dimensions in the Product Details are correct. Keep in mind that they refer to the lidded container and not just its body, which will be slightly smaller.
The Lock&Locks are microwave reheatable, but I never do that. Depending on what I'm reheating, if it has tomatoes or oil, it can stain or mar the container. I transfer to the dish I'm going to serve in, and reheat that way. I do wash them in the dishwasher (top rack) and my oldest pieces are still perfectly functional.
I think it would be wise to heed the warning from the manufacturer that appears in the Product Details, "ONLY LOCK & LOCK PRODUCTS "SOLD BY" AMAZON.COM ARE GUARANTEED GENUINE." If it doesn't say "Sold by Amazon.com" under the price, look over on the right side of the Product page and you can generally find one that is. It will cost a bit more, but you won't get a counterfeit knock-off.
I am a retired engineer, and I think it may be that the simple, effective and direct way that the Lock&Locks solve the food storage problem appeals to my "tech-y" personality. The way that they preserve the freshness of whatever I put in them appeals to my palate, that's certain!
The containers are constructed well, are easy to lock, are easy to stack, and are holding up well after multiple washes in the dish washer.
I really like the size of these containers. They are big enough to hold enough food for a full meal, yet compact enough to take up minimum space in the fridge.
The only issue I have with these containers is the price- they aren't cheap. On the bright side, they have already paid for themselves as I have stop buying lunch at work and I'm eating better. I definitely recommend these containers.
I did return them.
For long term storage or constant storage where you'll keep food in it all the time (Nuts, Seeds,) They will do the job, but you may want to consider sizing for the product you'll plan to store.
I've only had them about a week so can't yet speak to keeping fresh / frost-free (will update later), but they're a great size for desired organization in my side-by-side.
They do come with an insert designed to allow moisture to drain off; the insert handles seem like they might not be overly durable at their hinges long term, hence the 4.
As mentioned in other reviews, I'll let them sit out for a few minutes before unlocking.
Also, they make great geocaching containers.