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Jennifer Ray: I've always used plastic dry measuring cups, most likely because they are less expensive. Having recently begun experimenting with cheese making, I've begun to replace some of my plastic kitchen tools with stainless steel, which is recommended for cheese making. After years of great experiences with the Oxo brand, the OXO Good Grips Measuring Cups seemed ideal for me.I used them for the first time last night while making a Coconut Cake from scratch. One thing that really stood out for me is how nice it is that the top of each cup is wider than the bottom. You'd think this would make them topple over, but they didn't. Instead, I found it easier to pour ingredients in each cup without spilling much around them.Being stainless steel implies that the cups will be pretty durable. The fact that they are also heavy duty stainless steel just lends me more confidence that these measuring cups will remain useful in my kitchen for many years.Each cup has a soft, comfortable grip and is clearly marked with the cup capacity. They nest very well together and are easily removed and attached from the ring that holds them together.All pieces are dishwasher safe.I am very pleased with these measuring cups and would recommend them without hesitation.
J.E. Ocean "The SilverPen Reviewer": The OXO measuring cups arrived and I couldn't wait to try them! They are wonderful! My last set was a little inexpensive set that matched all the kitchen utensils. I was happy enough until the measurement stamps on them started to wear off. I don't keep my cups in a set, but separated in case I need to other things with them or leave them in, say, coffee. These are on a ring, but with the handle design it lets you pull them off easily and also put them back on the ring with no fuss.These are thick stainless steel and can be used to warm small amounts of things like butter, or dissolve Monk fruit granules in vinegar for sushi on the stove. I like the super grip handles. The toughest thing my set will ever have to scoop will be rice. The handles didn't bend at all. I can see where they could, but I don't see the point in torturing a good set of measuring cups. (They aren't really scoops, after all. That's a different design altogether.)I love them! If they sit on the counter, they don't fall over until they are filled. They stay put. I am placing these on my list of top things to have in a kitchen. I'm going to brag about them and make sure that if any brides-to-be don't have a set of these, they will get them! These get five stars from me.
Jeri Zerr "formerly a Road Warrior of the Nth...: Well my last set of measuring cups bit the dust when they somewhat melted in the dishwasher. I've been looking for a new set, taking my time for that perfect set.These OXO's seemed pretty sturdy. WOW, they are indeed robust. They are NOT for use in a microwave nor on a low burner. However they could be set on that warm stove for gentle melting of the measured ingredient. The rubber handles allow for a very easy grip. These came in 1/4 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/2 cup and 1 cup sizes. They are a very high quality stainless steel that should be free of rust for many many years. Happy measuring!
Jessica Weissman "poet and computer programmer": This set of stainless steel measuring cups with easy to grip handles is accurate, or at least its measurements match my other measuring cup sets. The handles on the current incarnation don't bend (far from it). The oval shapes are attractive and modern-looking.So what's not to like? The thickness of the rubber grips means that the cups don't fit into each other compactly. If you're going to hang them that's not an issue. But if you want to fit them into a low-depth drawer you may have problems. Also, the price is on the high end for what you get.To sum up: if you want stainless steel measuring cups and don't need to nest them in a shallow drawer these are fine. If your drawer is shallow you may want to look elsewhere. Also, only you can decide if the price/value ratio is right as compared to the alternatives.
J. Harley: I previously used metal and plastic measuring cups and was looking for a new set. This set is the best of both worlds. You get a brushed metal body with rubber covered handles. Each cup has a brightly colored measurement indicator. The cups all stack inside each other and attach to a large hook. The hook is a little cumbersome, making it likely you'll knock off other cups while removing the intended cup. I just keep them stacked on a counter. Quality is decent compared to some of my other cups, including my previous metal cups which were prone to bent handles. I tried bending these handles intentionally to test durability and they appear to stand up to all but the toughest abuse. Measurements are 1/4 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/2 cup and 1 cup.