I bought these and loved them, but the internal compartment glass dividers are thin and not as sturdy as the outside walls. They can break if stacked. All of mine failed. So while I loved keeping things separate like a cafeteria/prison tray, I am sadly back to mixing my food.
@LaserEyes@mexicantacos, “I like Tater Tots!” [Clint Eastwood] I do too, but I do also like a little Ketchup & other stuff to eat with my Tots, but since I don’t got a job, I can throw these [lightly] in my fridge, so I’m buyin these! JSYK, Bro, the same goes for Hot Tamales!!
I can’t resist the dividers! Shut up and take my money! I know, the comments and the cracking and the… glass in my food…? Caution to the wind! Take my money! I’m in for TWO! That’s right! Leftovers party at my house, if you dare! Let’s go!
A couple of weeks before the plague started, my significant other received the shipment of matching individual portion glass containers with tight fitting lids that nest perfectly in the matching plastic lunch boxes that he expected to use to take pre-portioned heatable lunches to the office. Before the first set could be filled with food, the plague converted his job to work from home. They have yet to be used. But we’re ready, when the time comes. They are vurra nize.
@werehatrack, as I said, I’m not working like at a job sight, but I can use these in the fridge, but as has been warned, I shouldn’t stack them, And since they are glass, I probably shouldn’t put them in the freezer!!
So I got my Fedex notification of shipment today and it says it weighs 1 pound and the box is 6 x 4 x 1. Amazon description says. 8.5 x 6.5 x 10.47 inches
and 7.35 pounds. What’s the correct info??? I hope Amazon!!!