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Control the chaos in your kitchen with this deal at Amazon.ca, because you can get a 10-piece OXO Good Grips POP Container Set for $103.19 (regularly $149.99) with free shipping -- a savings of $46.80!

A must-have for food storage and organization, this OXO set includes 10 clear containers, each with an airtight POP lid -- one 4-quart, one 2.5-quart, one 2.4-quart, one 2.1-quart, two 0.9-quart, two 0.5-quart and two 0.3-quart. For reference, $103.19 is a new historical low for this OXO set, while the same 10-piece set is currently $149.99 at Bed Bath and Beyond and Linen Chest. Other features include:

  • OXO Good Grips POP Containers keeps things airtight fresh with the simple press of a button
  • Airtight storage containers for baking supplies, granola, cereal, nuts, candy and more
  • All containers are BPA-free and feature an airtight locking latch
  • Simply push the button to engage the airtight seal, which doubles as a handle for the lid
  • Dishwasher-safe construction and space-efficient design stacks perfectly with all POP containers

This offer is effective online for a limited time and qualifies for free shipping from Amazon.ca.

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    • Thanks op! Bought one! Good price. I was looking at this set the past weekend and it was $150.
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    • idk what i'd use these for
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    • soupmaster666 wrote: I was confused about how almost every day an overpriced kitchen gadget from the Oxo brand was on this site. They were on sale sure, but in each case they were dramatically more expensive than their Walmart or Ikea counterparts - sometimes twice or three times the price.

      Nobody ever answered when I asked what qualities of the product made it better than a dollar store product, except maybe "large handles" and "build quality" which is a valid answer but doesn't seem to justify a premium price.

      But now some research has shown me that the company behind the products has a massive online influencing presence, including a program where they give away free products in exchange for review.

      I wonder if perhaps we're seeing some evidence of that here, or if these tupperwares are so much better than their competitors that $10 each really is a hot deal.
      I agree that these are horribly overpriced, but theoretically $30 off a $130 product is a hot deal.

      I think Canada Goose is overpriced as hell but $420 for a $600 parka is a hot deal, even if you can get 1000 better parkas for $200
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    • Are these better than the Bad Grips?
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    • soupmaster666 wrote: I was confused about how almost every day an overpriced kitchen gadget from the Oxo brand was on this site. They were on sale sure, but in each case they were dramatically more expensive than their Walmart or Ikea counterparts - sometimes twice or three times the price.

      Nobody ever answered when I asked what qualities of the product made it better than a dollar store product, except maybe "large handles" and "build quality" which is a valid answer but doesn't seem to justify a premium price.

      But now some research has shown me that the company behind the products has a massive online influencing presence, including a program where they give away free products in exchange for review.

      I wonder if perhaps we're seeing some evidence of that here, or if these tupperwares are so much better than their competitors that $10 each really is a hot deal.
      I use these containers quite often, and they're really useful. Well designed, the airtight seal works really well, and I just enjoy using them much more than the dollar store/walmart/ikea tupperware containers. I've purchased and used other OXO products in the past which I've had similar experiences with (well designed, easy to use), so anytime I've seen products from them, I've given them a try and their products consistently deliver (at least for me). I wasn't even aware of their online influencing before reading your post. They also have great customer service - I reached out to them about a product I had that broke down in less than 1 year after I bought it, and they sent me out the newer version of the same product within a few weeks.

      Are these containers worth 3-5x the price of cheap dollarama containers? To me, they certainly are, but you may feel differently. I'd say to give these a try, and if you don't like them, or feel that they're not worth the price premium, then return them or sell them on kijiji.
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    • Every premium product has to have one of these posts (big part of the reason we need a downvote button).

      Ok, share your research if you'd like, and think it's compelling. I know I definitely find the premium is worth it for the OXO products I've purchased. I like using things that 'feel' like quality, but they often have thoughtful little features, and they seem to stand by their products.
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    • If they are not glass, it's all the same, you shouldn't really store food in plastic containers.
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    • I got a set of these (generic, not OXO) free from Superstore on one of those $250 promos. The lit pop/seal are pretty satisfying. MSRP is $30. So I'm not sure how OXO can justify 3x the price and still considered to be good deal.

      Are they shatter proof?
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    • soupmaster666 wrote: But now some research has shown me that the company behind the products has a massive online influencing presence, including a program where they give away free products in exchange for review.
      I admit I'm also a fan of oxo for their other products (ie. can openers), but was also a bit taken aback by the overall price when you add all the set pieces together. I get the same vibes from upper-tier brands like Pyrex and Le Creuset. Most of the time it's the quality / QA that builds the reputation/following.

      Where I feel you've made a valid point is with Oxo incentivizing good reviews by handing out free products. I've observed the online community tend to look poorly on companies like MPOW, Aukey, Soundpeats who have a reputation for doing exactly this. So if we castrate those companies, we may as well call out Oxo as well. When I look at the amazon.ca "oxo" search results through the fakespot plugin, I do see several F-ratings along with some more reasonable B / C's. So, thank you for highlighting this.

      That said, I still also the OP for pointing the deal out -- this still caught my eye.
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    • Roger21 wrote: If they are not glass, it's all the same, you shouldn't really store food in plastic containers.
      Lol what are you talking about? Next you'll tell me I shouldn't have polyester undies? Plastic and MSG are like the most researched materials for food safety. There's nothing wrong with storing food in plastic silly. Don't store tomato sauce in there since it might stain, but otherwise you're fine.
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    • I bought my pop containers from the States back when the dollar was at par...so quite a while ago. They are still functioning for me. So the quality is decent. I have different sizes and I the large sized tubs I use to hold rice. The pasta / spaghetti one is decent for spaghetti. I used to use the basic plastic Tupperware style containers and those plastics have gone translucent on me over the years. Also, those plastics tend to scratch a lot more. These Oxo tubs have fared quite well in comparison. It is still me that uses it...and I don't throw my containers around, even the cheap ones.

      Overall, I like Oxo kitchen gadgets. I have a set of Good Grip tongs and they have been holding up for years. The cheap(er) ones have all since broke. Well...they break at the point where the locking mechanism is. So I tend to give Oxo a bigger checkmark on the build quality column.

      I hate going out to rebuy the same kitchen gadget because I bought a cheap(er) one that broke. Mind you...I don't buy Oxo at full price. I always wait for a sale or look for a deal. So yeah, I agree that it is priced high, but keep your eyes opened and you should be able to spot a deal price.
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    • I love OXO products. They are almost always excellent.
      I own a set of these containers; I don't really like them and don't think they're worth it for most people. The airtight pop seal is kind of gimmicky. The lid takes up a lot of volume and is a little annoying to wash/dry. The plastic is quite hard and brittle; if you drop these, they may crack a bit.
      I prefer Rubbermaid Brilliance containers (e.g. https://www.amazon.ca/Rubbermaid-Brilli ... 102&sr=8-1). They are simpler, more space-efficient, seal just as well if not better, and are cheaper.
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    • coolwasabi wrote: I love OXO products. They are almost always excellent.
      I own a set of these containers; I don't really like them and don't think they're worth it for most people. The airtight pop seal is kind of gimmicky. The lid takes up a lot of volume and is a little annoying to wash/dry. The plastic is quite hard and brittle; if you drop these, they may crack a bit.
      I prefer Rubbermaid Brilliance containers (e.g. https://www.amazon.ca/Rubbermaid-Brilli ... 102&sr=8-1). They are simpler, more space-efficient, seal just as well if not better, and are cheaper.
      Oh yeah, I don't know how I forgot about the Rubbermaid Brilliance containers. We just got a set about a month ago, and they're great. They also have a great airtight seal, and I love that they stack so well compared to the Oxo containers. Only 2 downsides I can think of for those. One is that you have to allocate a certain amount of space in the containers for the lids; if you fill the containers up too high, when you push the lids down to seal them, you may squish your food a bit. I guess the same thing would happen with the Oxo containers as well as they have rather thick lids. Two is that the handles you clasp down to seal the lids aren't quite as easy to use as the Oxo pop up lids. Yes, I am super lazy and have had a couple of times where I've stored cookies or something similar in the rubbermaid containers and thought it was a bit annoying to have to pop 2 handles open instead of just pressing the Oxo button to get to my snacks 😂
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