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DMD: I already own a set of stainless steel measuring cups, but I didn't realize how flimsy and cheap they are until I got these.The cups are made from a heavy stainless steel. They have thick, black rubber grips, and the numbers (1/3, 1/2, etc.) are inset in the plastic in different colors. This is actually a pretty clever way of ensuring that the numbers never "rub off" or fade with use and washing.All four cups can be clipped onto a black ring if you like to keep your cups together. Easy to remove one cup at a time.Recommended!
Doc Stew: Note - they apparently have been "updated" so the handles no longer bend. I have ZERO issues with handle bending.These measuring cups are very well built. There are 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, and 1 cup measurements. Pity they didn't include a 3/4 measurement, but it's manageable.These are the sturdiest measuring cups I've ever used. You literally could roll over them with a car and they wouldn't bend. They are so nice that I instantly threw out all my other sets of measuring cups - you don't need them. They are made of a thick gauge stainless steel and are well balanced - they will sit on their own on the counter without tipping.The rubber is sealed on the handle, so you never have to worry about it coming off. It also has the measurements engraved on the handle in a color, so you never have to worry about it wearing off and then wondering what size cup it is (like all my other old measuring cups).They are dishwasher safe. They are secured together with a plastic ring. Highly recommended!
Douglas Figueredo: These are beautiful stainless steel cups - my big problem is that they always flip over, whether there is something in them or not. Usually happens after I've used them and put them down and whatever spice or liquid is left in the cup then spills out onto my counter. Something about the balance is off.
drebbles: The Oxo Good Grips Measuring Cups come in four sizes: 1/4 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/2 cup, and one cup. Each cup has the size engraved into the handles and the sizes are color-coded (1/4 cup is red; 1/3 cup is yellow; 1/2 cup is green; one cup is yellow). This engraving ensures that the sizes won't wash away after repeated washings. The cups are stainless steel and nice and sturdy. The cups are held together with a ring so they can be stored easily but the handles on each cup have a notch so you can easily separate the cup you need and put it back on the ring when you are done.I really like the Oxo Good Grips Measuring Cups. I've been using measuring cups with handles (two cup capacity) and I like these measuring cups because I can measure exactly what I need without wondering if I have the right amount since the lines showing the different measurements in the larger measuring cup can be difficult to read. I love the stainless steel design which matches my kitchen decor perfectly and they are easy to clean whether in the dishwasher or hand washing them in the sink. Everything about these measuring cups, including the handle, is sturdy, I never feel like I'm going to drop the cups or lose any of the ingredients in them but they are not too heavy when filled.I am very pleased with the Oxo Good Grips Measuring Cups - they are a welcome addition to my kitchen and I use them all the time.
D. Reinstein "marindavid": Like most people who use their kitchens a lot, I have been through many sets of measuring cups over the years. Some have been plastic and cracked easily while other have been what I refer to as "thin tin" with handles that bend from the simplest use and cups that dent quickly. Finally, a reasonable and functional alternative. $20. seems, at first, to be a high price for a set of measuring cups; But, as is so often the case, you sometimes actually DO get what you pay for.I have no criticism after using them for a couple of weeks for all manner of food preparation. I find them to be solidly made; The plastic/rubberized grips make them slipping out of the hand nearly impossible; The clear and large labeling of the size in the handle is welcome for weak and/or aging eyes; AND they are heavy and solid enough to handle most imaginable uses. I have read reviews that talk about the handles being too flimsy and bending easily. I suppose that bending them is possible - if that is what one is trying to do. Using one of them to try to scoop hardened brown sugar out of the box, for example, is not an appropriate use for a measuring cup - it is a misuse.The ring upon which they arrive and to where they are intended to be returned is not an especially useful feature to me. I prefer them stacked in a drawer so I can simply reach in and grab the one I want. Having to unhook them is something that simply does not appeal to my style in the kitchen. I imagine, though, that this particular feature would be a boon to a cook or chef who is prone to misplacing things.The old sets and surviving pieces of old sets (there were more of these than I really like to admit) have all been deleted from the utensil drawer and replaced with these OXO Good Grips measuring cups. They do a nice job for me and I expect they will do a more-than-satisfactory job for most other people in the kitchen. I recommend them highly.