Stackable Square Glass Canisters
Utilitarian, but not perfect
I only use these for grain (wheat, oat groats, etc) and other dry goods where excluding macro pests (mostly insects) is the main goal. The fit is not quite air-tight. Their selling point to me is their stack ability. Pretty much all other glass storage is non-stackable and thus not very space-efficient.
February 27, 2015
Best purchase ever
These containers are the best for keeping pasta, sugar, coffee fresh and dry. We live by the water and sometimes products get damp. I liked them so much I purchased many for my son and daughter who live in apartments, and the kitchen counter space is limited. The fact that they stack makes them ideal. Thank you, Container Store.
January 30, 2015
These canisters are terrible! I was looking for a glass canister system that wood look nice in my kitchen to store rice, flour, etc. The lids are so loose, there's no way that they will keep anything fresh, and you can;t pick the canister up by the lid even when it's empty! I returned these, which was a hassle. I would not recommend these to ANYONE!
December 24, 2014
I have three sizes of these and keep my flour, granola, and sugar handy with them. Love the design and think they look classic and lovely on my counter. My only critique of them: the lid. It is definitely tight enough to keep contents fresh, but if you go to pick one up or move it and you do so by grabbing the top, it will come off suddenly. I was in a hurry one morning and spilled granola all over the place. Learned my lesson and now pick them up from middle. Sounds silly, but just an observation.
May 7, 2014