Keep your dry foods fresh and your home organised. These stackable and space-efficient OXO POP Containers are super easy to open. The push-button mechanism creates an airtight seal with just one touch. It also serves as a handle to lift off the lid.
Watch OXO Good Grips in action:
Designed for mix-and-match use, you can organise in any number of height combinations to fit your home storage. Corners are shaped for easy pouring. Lids come apart for cleaning.
Prices range from £5 to £18 per container depending on the size and shape you want.
Materials: Plastic, Silicone
What our testers say
Our testers loved these OXO POP storage containers. We came up with so many uses for them from storing food to organising craft items. We loved all their different shapes and sizes; we loved that they stacked; we all wanted them all!
Great for people who have difficulty opening standard airtight containers, which can be tricky and require two hands, strength and dexterity.
But overfill them at your peril – this undermines their vacuum function. Easily avoided though. We also used ours for teabags and when the tea dust got into the mechanism it affected the efficiency of the vacuum again, but it is pretty easy to separate the lid and clean it, which quickly fixed the problem (and this only happened after some intense usage)
No, not Oxo gravy like we thought… Oxo Good Grips from the USA. Started over 25 years ago when Sam Farber noticed his wife Betsey having trouble comfortably holding her peeler due to arthritis. This got Sam thinking: why do ordinary kitchen tools hurt your hands? Why can’t there be wonderfully comfortable, easy-to-use tools?
Sam saw an opportunity to create more thoughtful cooking tools that would benefit all users and promised Betsey that he would create a better peeler. In 1990, after extensive research, hundreds of models and dozens of design iterations, the first OXO Good Grips kitchen tools, including the now iconic peeler, were introduced to the US market, and now the UK.
Key to OXO’s success is that they study people—lefties and righties, male and female, young and old—interacting with products and identify opportunities for meaningful improvement. They have a thoughtful, “question everything” process and relentless attention to detail to uncover the best solutions for life’s everyday tasks.
Something we love about OXO is that their employees collect and display lost gloves they find around New York and the world in their head office to remind them of all the different potential users of their products and all the kinds of hands they have to comfortably fit. Great philosophy (and if you’ve lost a glove in New York you know where to find it!)