Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 24
Rated 5 out of 5Â by RobnTeegsMom Easy to clean & BPA FREE
I use the larger size pitcher for iced tea. The design makes it easy to clean and so far, after a few months of use, it hasn't been stained at all by the tea. The seal is tight on the top. I accidentally tipped it over once and it didn't leak. The pour spout can be turned from open to closed, so it really is a good tight seal when you're not using it. I highly recommend this item. Great buy, very sturdy and nice. And, most importantly, BPA FREE!!
September 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Hoppy1913 Best Pitcher I own!
I absolutely love this pitcher! I travel for work a lot and bought it to hold iced tea in my cooler. Recently the cooler was so full of ice that I couldn't get the pitcher back into its spot so I laid it on its side and there wasn't the slightest leak.
We have never washed this pitcher in the dishwasher and probably due to that, have not experienced what some of the other reviewers did. The turn top makes it easy to open the spout one-handed and the great spout makes sure there are no splashes or drips.
As long as you don't wash this in the dishwasher I think you'll love it! I'm ordering another one right now.
October 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by BabyWhisperer Awesome for baby formula
I just bought the 51 oz. bottle to use for formula. The design is great. It is short so it fits on several shelves in fridge. It has a wide mouth so you don't spill powder on the counter. I made sure it was good and locked and shook the HECK out of it for about two minutes and nothing leaked. The pour spout is perfect for aiming into a standard baby bottle. For those who are having any problems with it, my suggestion is don't put it in the dishwasher. Buy a new one (it's only $7.99) and hand wash for it's lifetime. My experience with all this BPA free stuff - while great and safer - the normal heat from the dishwasher warps the item and the container and it's top don't fit well together....even though it will say dishwasher safe. Just my two cents worth!
December 21, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5Â by FCBill Leaks When Shaken, Pours at a Trickle
As others have commented, the Juice Jug leaks when shaken. For me, the solution was to hold a Kleenex over the pour spout. I didn't find that it leaked form the vent hole on the top cover.
I used my Juice Jug to hold orange juice. The small vent hole in the top became coated in orange juice, gumming it up. The vent hole became almost completely plugged in a couple of day and the juice came out of the spout at a trickle as a result.
If you're going to use the Juice Jug with iced tea or water, you'll probably be fine. But anything that has pulp in it will clog the small vent hole. The same may be true for liquids with sugar in them.
One other issue is the handle. It would be much better if the handle was round instead of flat. My wife has arthritis in her hands, and the relatively thin, flat handle is hard for her to grasp.
February 6, 2016