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I like that I can put my cakes in here to transport if need be. What I don't like is this little "lock" feature. It doesn't take much effort for the lid to slide to the open position. If you're carrying it by the lid and your arm is not completely steady, (and let's be honest, no one's arm is completely steady when walking) it will slide open and SPLAT! your cake will end up on the ground and that will surely ruin your day. So... you would either have to support it from the bottom or put it in a bag. I would not recommend carrying it by the lid.
This idem is advertised as for cakes and cupcakes, but I made a rectangle cake the same size as the container, and the lid would not fit on it to close. There is an independent to pick the lid up instead of a handle. Also the latch doesn't really latch securely. Someone may need to hold it in transit. So you would have to put a 1 layer cake in there. I have not made cupcakes yet, But I was so mad at the last minute the lid didn't fit on and latch.
I bought mine as a used one and was not too happy that the item was still full of cake crumbs and some mold. As far a a new one goes, I like the size of it. It is sturdy enough to hold a heavy Bundt cake or even a layered cake. The lid can be turned slightly to somewhat lock the container. However, it is not as sealed and air tight as a genuine Tupperware cake container. For short term storing in the fridge this one is fine but the cake won’t stay fresh in there too long due to the container lid being loose on the platter even when in the locked position. Transporting it is fine but there is no handle.
Cute but the plastic is kind of thin and it’s hard to place cake pops in there securely because the holes aren’t very deep. Don’t plan on transporting in this! There’s no way. If you don’t want to buy a cake pop carrier, I cut the lid off a couple egg cartons, placed the pops in, wrapped with Saran wrap and cute holes to fit over the sticks.
The carrier looks nice and is sturdy enough, however, the locking mechanism slips out easily and the handle is not designed well for easy carrying. Best to hold underneath when transporting. Improving those two design flaws would make this a much better product
My sticks didn't sit right in the holes. The treats slanted/leaned different directions instead of standing straight up. Now, I use plastic reusable sticks- so I dont know if paper sticks work better. They are the same size though.