Blowing the top off Mr. Lid [Review]

Posted on: Feb 27 2013 at 07:21 - comments
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Original product site offer details & such:   BOGO:  1 set of 9 Mr. Lids - $19.95 + $7.95 P&H. 2nd set - $7.95 P&H. Includes:  additional deluxe container and condiment container. Sales tax: Wisconsin. Guarantee:  60-day guarantee (minus P&H - presumed). Notes:
We convenient store our Tupperware dishes so they're easily accessible. They're in the bottom cabinet next to the fridge, and above the fridge, and in the buffet on the other side of the fridge, and in the dishwasher. Why do we have so many? We have family who loves to cook for us. We have such a mismatched concoction of plastic wares that we have no idea what fits on what. We're going to invite both mothers over for dinner just so they can help us figure the mess out. Maybe we should just buy a few sets of Mr. Lid so we can unify the family settings. What we'd like to find out first is whether or not we're aligning with crap.

What Is Mr. Lid?

You know what Tupperware is? Great. You know what Mr. Lid is... with one caveat:  the Mr. Lid sets keep their Lids attached to the containers. Now, you know that much already or you wouldn't be reading this so the other stuff we'll confirm is according to the networks above us, the Mr. Lid container is microwave safe, dishwasher safe, seals well and because the designs are so relatively uniform they are stackable.

With the product site web offer you'll receive 6-32 oz. containers, 6-16 oz. containers, 6-8 oz. containers, 1-48 oz. deluxe container & 1 condiment container.

Benefits, Claims & Features

According to, Mr. Lid claims the following features and benefits:

  • microwave & diswasher safe
  • BPA free
  • commercial kitchen quality
  • patented attached lid design
  • stays sealed

Does Mr. Lid Work? Reviews, News & Issues from Bloggers, Vloggers & Other Key Industry Sites...

Order Process:  The issues we have found have centered around the order process, but we weren't alarmed. The reason is because when a product gets this much television as Mr. Lid has you'll find a few cases where some As Seen on TV first-timers actually thought the order was $20 total. Remember that once you put in your credit card information and click the PROCESS ORDER! button on the product site, you have made the purchase. When you go to review or add any deluxes on the steps up to the review page, you are adding them to the order you have already made. Know that going into the order and you should alright. If anything else occurs, please let us know.

Product Performance:  So far the watchdogs have been quiet in regards Mr. Lid. Yes, they've been keeping a Lid on their thoughts. We did find a couple unique video reviews. We posted our favorite one below because it is the first time we saw someone do a review with such unique video coloring. Please let us know what you think: 

Mr. Lid 3rd party video review

Consulted Sources Included...

Final Thoughts - What to Expect...Perhaps

Honestly, we're waiting to hear someone complaint about the lid falling off the container. Not that we expect it but we're guessing it would involve some serious wear & tear on the product to make that come true. We're also a little leery of the product's seal-ability over time. Then again, that's not an infomercial industry issue so much as a niche product issue. The name brand variations of sealable food containers run into the same glitch.

Well, then sh*t, we revise our prediction. I guess there's a reason why it's running as much TV as it is. We expect another top As Seen on TV Product. Product Site Customer Service:   address:

Mr Lid™ Containers P.O. Box 210827 Milwaukee, WI 53221

Phone: (262) 787-2035

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