This container is awesome when storing leftover pizza slices. No big bulky pizza boxes. Easy to clean, easy to store in the cupboard when not in use.
It accomadates a whole pizza, and is collapsible. I wish it were rectangle so that you could stack it more efficiently. It pops up so it can hold a bunch of slices or condense smaller for fewer slices.
The vent idea is great, no ugly wet moisture from previous slices. Easy to clean. Washes great in the dishwasher.
The container is not very sturdy and seems flimsy. If it was in their for over a week, it seems ro be just as is wrapped in foil. Fell apart after 2 months. Container is not sturdy when fully opened.
The heavier part of the pizza is at the wider part of this so when you fasten the lid the narrower part collapses. The dividers are all the same size.
The heat transfer from stone to dough is gentler with this ceramic than with steel. Awesome for my bread baking.
It is more than twice as thick, smooth and denser than the one i destroyed. Heavy foam padding is on all sides to protect the pizza stone from shipping damage. They are really crisp.
The stone has a very strange odor! It’s so bad my eyes burn. It seems to have some color coating on it. It is covered with oily stains. It means you can eat a pizza after almost 1.
The bottom of the bread is overdone while the top isn't cooked enough. Flouring the skin of the dough doesn't help. If you do use parchment paper, you have to make sure the piece is less than or equal to the size of the stone.
Buy it or don't buy it. Don't be like me and throw whatever amount this cost in the trash. Whats about the electricity cost? Do not buy.