Pyrex 18-Piece Storage Set Color Lids

Pyrex 18-Piece Storage Set Color Lids
Price: $16.99
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What a fantastic set. This was the first set I ever purchased and have purchased many more since. They are super easy to wash, are stack well, and are versatile. I used a Pyrex product almost every day.

Note the price reduction($3).

Oh, I noted the $3 price reduction. I bought 3 sets, a couple months ago, at the higher price. Pisses me off!

I second the “worth it” vote - very versatile, as they go seamlessly from freezer to fridge to oven to microwave to dishwasher. Glass is heavy weight and lids continue to fit after (top rack) dishwashing. Tossed all our plastic storage and transition to these puppies without regrets.

I third the “worth it” vote.
Even the $19 i paid for this set last month is a good value.

The lids wash up nicely in the dishwasher (top rack)

The Lids don’t look especially ‘safe’ when it comes to kids being careless with the glassware? What say ya’ll?

I love these! I replaced all my plastic for these.i have had them for two years and they have held up very well.The sizes are perfect.Last summer I used the large ones for cantaloupe,strawberries and watermelon.The fruit stayed fresh for a very long time.

It was $19.99, and you chose to round down to $19 instead of up to $20?

These are great. Bought 2 sets a year ago. Kept one and gave the other as a gift. Bought 2 sets today. Moving away from Tupperware/plastic storage to these. Do not stain with things like spaghetti sauce or hold oder from things like tuna fish.

Is anyone going to bring up the fact that the description says “Pyrex glassware is a must have for any serious kitchen. Each individual piece can be used for baking, cooking, microwaving, serving, and storage.”

Baking? Freezer, to fridge, to oven? Aren’t these the new and cheaper soda lime glass versions that explode with temperature changes? This is STILL NOT your grandmother’s old-school borosilicate Pyrex. Do not use these for baking or reheating frozen or cold food. Rapid temperature changes will have these puppies exploding into tiny little shards all over you and your kitchen.

These are fine for storage, but not much else.

Original borosilicate Pyrex (the stuff your grandmother gave to your mom… with the blueish hue). Can sometimes be found at websites like Buy It Once.

Like this roaster:

I’ve had two of these sets for years and I’ve used them to bake and reheat leftovers many times with no problems.

Worth the price. I’ve used mine a lot since I got them a while ago and they work great. I do have a few lids that are getting a bit concave on me – not sure if that’s from the microwave or top rack of the dishwasher, but they still fit and seal fine.
Great product for the price!

Its the microwave… don’t leave the lids on when you microwave. You need to keep them loose, offset, if you are going to use them to keep from splattering.

We have two sets from last time. I would get another but wife says we have no room. That is one complaint about these… storage is not easy, they do not nest when stacked (except by size–which means you need space for the biggest to fit side by side).

However, leftovers look soooooooo much better in glass that you will actually eat them! (The leftovers, not the glass.)

FYI - even Grandma’s old stuff was known to shatter: put one of her casserole dishes on a hot burner and a few minutes later I thought a gun went off in the kitchen, only to find shards of glass everywhere.

I purchased over a year ago. I have had trouble with the rims of the lids cracking. They are still functional, but not water tight anymore. Otherwise, I like variety of sizes and the pyrex. I may eventually resort to using them with plastic wrap.

You have that backwards. The sodalime glass is what has the blueish hue. Borosilicate glass is clear. See pictures here.

I do have this set, and I love them. Have never had the shattering problem because I scoop servings from the refrigerated container into a separate bowl, then warm that up. That avoids any thermal shock.

I seldom use them for freezer storage though. Had freezer burn a couple of times, so perhaps the lid was not sealed properly.

BTW, I never put the lid in the dish washer. Always wash by hand.