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Sistema Klip It 1815 10 Pack Food Storage Container, Clear $12.50, Sistema Klip It 400ml Klip It $1.50 @ Amazon AU & Woolworths

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  • +2 votes

    I wanted to buy, but my wife said we have enough containers, have to pass this one. Still +vote for those who don’t need permission ;-)

    • +2 votes

      Same with me.. I wanted to buy, but my wife said we have enough containers, MMMmmm no not passing this… lets buy & deal the consequences later :)

    • +1 vote

      what? usually the other way around, wifeys want to buy but hubbies will say you have too many already please stop buying kitchen stuffs

      • +2 votes

        Not the words of an ozbargainer

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    the woolies "Check stock in our stores" function is that reliable/real time?

    edit: Stock levels updated every 2 hours

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    Got that 10 pack at coles a few weeks ago for about $6.50 when they were having a sale

  • +2 votes

    Unfortunately the Klip It range isn't leak proof
    https://www.productreview.com.au/listings/sistema-klip-it

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      I wouldn't take that review as gospel. We've got quite a bit of Sistema along with other brands, and they seal adequately in the fridge or pantry IME. In any case clearly they're designed to be stood upright and stackable. In the freezer? Use common sense. Stand upright in the freezer until the contents freeze into a solid if they're initially liquid, then place in the chest freezer any way you like.

    • +1 vote

      Yea it leaks, I bought a few of these and had one containing my chilli oil knocked over in the fridge by a family member and it spilt everywhere. It’s still good but would’ve liked it to be completely sealed - wanted to store some popcorn in one but it went stale rather quickly compared to a ziplock/oven bag.

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      Definitely correct - these are garbage. I bought a bunch years ago and ended up giving them to charity. What's the point if they don't keep the air out and prevent spills? Wait for the decor range to go on sale.

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    Amazon & WWS: $12.5 (10pack)
    Coles: Spend $20 to get 1 fresh food container!

    • +2 votes

      $20 doesn’t get you one container. It’s a minimum of $100 really just to get enough credits for the hand pump.

      • +1 vote

        The hand pump that is no longer available.

  • +1 vote

    Sistema are not leak proof, I have around 8 of them, none of them are leak proof, terribly not leak proof and they only get worse with age. Frequently the bases warp when being microwaved, to change shape like that the plastic has to go somewhere. hearing that a recent study of peoples toilet activity showed that everyone has plastic in them I stay clear of these now. Coles sells glass containers with suction lids that are actually water tight most of the time, they are much better.

  • +2 votes

    The containers become white on the insides as if it is a fungal infection after a couple of months of regular use.

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      Out of curiosity, are you microwaving and putting them in a dishwasher?
      We do, and have also noticed that damage happening.

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        Yes, I am. These are supposed to be suitable for both dishwasher and microwave.

      • +1 vote

        The lids aren't microwavable which is what stopped me from buying these in the last sale.

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          Surprisingly, the lids aren't the one having the issue.

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            @RSmith: Exactly, its the base of the container that ends up with a strange white, hardened scum on it. You can scrap it off with your fingernails, but I usually toss them at this point because I'm sure that could be holding bugs etc inside the damaged area.

            It actually feels like plastic is being scrapped off.

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    2.3 stars from 123 ProductReview reviews. I wouldn't give them 1 star!