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Click clak or Oxo storage bins

Posted by GWlolo (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 24, 13 at 19:38

I am looking for container to store pantry items that are artritis/ elderly hands friendly so that my elderly mom who lives with us can cook easily. If you have Oxo and Click clak, can you let me know which do you prefer? Any other brands?


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RE: Click clak or Oxo storage bins

I have Oxo and I've been very happy with them, and I do have some arthritis in my fingers. I liked them so well I bought my 30-something daughter a set for Christmas. She a fan too.

Do be sure to test *all* the lids if you buy a bunch at the same time. Sometimes you get a lid that doesn't seal, which is easy to trade in if you notice right away, but not so cool if you don't notice for several months - you know it'll be the lid for the last container you haven't filled yet!


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RE: Click clak or Oxo storage bins

I found this set of containers at Walmart when we had a pantry moth infestation. They are really nice and much less expensive than Oxo. Do be careful when washing the lids, as they will fill with water. I don't have arthritis, but would expect these to be easy to open for one who does.

Here is a link that might be useful: Flip-tite storage containers


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