Lakeland Lock & Lock Container Reviews
Product Type: Lakeland in Homeware
Description:Brand: Lakeland / Misc House Type: Storage / Disposable Table Cloths, manufactured from 100% recycled bleached kraft paper, have a heavy damask steam embossed design.
Newest Review: ... for 99p and won - a bargain or what! The usual retail price for these containers vary, but the usual retail price for the ... more
Customer Lakeland Lock & Lock Container Reviews (8)
by - written on 12/11/11, updated on 20/11/11 (Very useful, 12 readings)
We have a wide assortment of Lakeland Lock and Lock containers in our house and we tend to use these in preference to the more traditional tupperware as we find them better, to be honest. We bought ours from the Lakeland shop but we ave also ordered others since from the Lakeland website and they did arrive very quickly and well packaged. What we like about these containers and where I think they win over tupperaware, is that they really are leakproof. No matter what you put in them, and how runny the consistency and no matter how much you turn them over an dover, they will not leak at all and they are very secure. We use them to make meals and store them away ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Lock and Lock storage containers are the best form of storage I have come across. They are available in a wide range of sizes, the smallest of which are suitable for breaktime snacks and the largest for cakes and bread. There are specific ones for spaghetti, cheese, flour and cereal. Most of them have a multitude of different uses. Lock and Lock are of a very high quality. They can be used to store things in the fridge, freezer or cupboard and can also be microwaved and put in the dishwasher. The seals on the lids mean that they are completely watertight and airtight so food lasts longer. I have seen demonstrations that show how watertight they are by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Lock and Lock Although I think that I had been vaguely aware of this product for a while, it wasn't until a friend recommended that I get one of these that I actually got off my backside and did so. I take packed lunch to work most days, sometimes sandwiches but other days it might be leftovers such as chilli or the dreaded soup. I say 'the dreaded soup' as one day I had one leakage issue too many. I may have left for work thinking that my 'tupperware style' lunchbox was secure, but obviously not and my handbag now smells like leek and potato soup! The boxes come in a variety of shapes and sizes, I chose a traditional lunchbox sized ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/09 (Very useful, 207 readings)
Our nearest Lakeland store isn't that far away and it is a great place to have a browse around, though the Other Half would completely disagree with me I'm sure, he will have a gander around the gardening section and that is as far as it goes. You can guarantee that as soon as I enter the door I will see something that `will come in handy`, either for the kitchen or the garden. In all honesty my kitchen units are swimming with those `useful` plastic boxes, in all shapes and sizes. We use half a tin of tomatoes and store the other half in a small plastic container in the fridge for the next day. Our cereals are stored in plastic drums, our milk is poured ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Unfortunately we don't have a Lakeland store very close so when I actually manage to get to one I tend to go a bit crazy as I love their innovative products. They tend to be a bit pricey but I've found all their goods to be of a high quality & would recommend having a look in their shops, catalogues or online. I think I've inherited my love of storage items from my lovely late mother who collected all manner of Tupperware, margarine tubs & other assorted plastic containers & although I used to smile to myself I can see I'm becoming the same! I've bought cheap plastic containers before but found that they often warp, are hard to undo, are ... Read the complete review
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