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The 2.3litre is perfect for the 360g box of Kellogg's Cereal. I've had mine for now 5 years and is as new. Hope that helps.
By Japanese girl on 30 January 2016
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I mainly use mine for cereal, but in one of the smaller ones I keep cat treats. These have a fishy/meaty smell but I can't detect it when the treats are in the container and the button pressed down.
By Mrs. L. A. Leach on 20 September 2017
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I can't tell what size POP container you mean. I have four different sizes. The largest rectangular one is 30 cm high and holds 3.2 litres; the next is 22 cm high and holds 2.3 litres. I find 123grams of loose green tea (but not whole leaves) has a volume of 450 ml. On that basis 600 grams should have a volume of 2.… see more I can't tell what size POP container you mean. I have four different sizes. The largest rectangular one is 30 cm high and holds 3.2 litres; the next is 22 cm high and holds 2.3 litres. I find 123grams of loose green tea (but not whole leaves) has a volume of 450 ml. On that basis 600 grams should have a volume of 2.195 litres, say 2.2 litres. Allowing for your leaves taking up more space than my tea I would suggest you would just about fit yours in the 22cm container. The heights I measured do not include the lids, by the way. I hope this helps. The containers are very good. Rosmac see less I can't tell what size POP container you mean. I have four different sizes. The largest rectangular one is 30 cm high and holds 3.2 litres; the next is 22 cm high and holds 2.3 litres. I find 123grams of loose green tea (but not whole leaves) has a volume of 450 ml. On that basis 600 grams should have a volume of 2.195 litres, say 2.2 litres. Allowing for your leaves taking up more space than my tea I would suggest you would just about fit yours in the 22cm container. The heights I measured do not include the lids, by the way. I hope this helps. The containers are very good. Rosmac
By Rosmac on 10 July 2014
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Ours work fine no problems
By G. J. Sinclair on 16 November 2016
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Doesn't suck air out but stops further air getting in
By Amazon Customer on 28 December 2015
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Yes, according to the OXO good grip website, all pop up storage tubs are BPA free.
By SusieQ on 13 February 2016
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I didn't buy one off these
By Amazon Customer on 25 August 2017
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Yes no problems, I keep ground almonds in one, also mixed nuts in another, flour, caster sugar, rice, pasta .... all keep well.
By Mucky Knees on 28 March 2016
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8cm wide by 22 cm long - I think I have the larger volume container though
By tranquillity on 14 October 2015
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Before asking questions why not look for the description?
Product Information
Style Name: Square | Size: 0.3 L… see more
Before asking questions why not look for the description?
Product Information
Style Name: Square | Size: 0.3 L
Technical Details
Brand OXO Good Grips
Model Number 1106040UK
Item Weight 227 g
Product Dimensions 10.2 x 10.2 x 7.9 cm
Material Plastic see less
Before asking questions why not look for the description?
Product Information
Style Name: Square | Size: 0.3 L
Technical Details
Brand OXO Good Grips
Model Number 1106040UK
Item Weight 227 g
Product Dimensions 10.2 x 10.2 x 7.9 cm
Material Plastic

By IanB on 27 May 2016