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Anybody tried these Drip EZ prep tubs?

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    Anybody tried these Drip EZ prep tubs?

    Seems like a good idea, but I'm wondering if the bases and the silicon sides could really hold up to knife usage.

    https://bbqdripez.com/products/retail


    #2
    Interesting. Tempted to buy 3 right now. My biggest pan I use is 21x15.

    got 3 on the way

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    • HawkerXP
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      Waiting for your review.

    #3
    Neat idea.

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      #4
      Cool idea. But I too wonder about durability with knife usage.

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      • Jerod Broussard
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        Regardless of durability, if you buy 3 that should last 3x longer than just 1.

      #5
      Jerod Broussard I just tried to buy 3 and this was my experience. Did you encounter the same thing?

      Note I sent to them on their contact us page...

      I want to buy 3 prep tubs with the 3rd at 50% off. When I add them to the cart, the cart shows the proper pricing with one of them at 50% off. But when I try to check out the 3rd tub disappears and it only shows 2 at full price. Between the cart and the checkout process, the 3rd tub disappears from the transaction. I have tried this on both Chrome and Safari and it happens in both browsers.

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      • Jerod Broussard
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        Mine shows 2 tubs at regular price and 1 tub discounted. I ordered on my Phone Android with Chrome.

      • GolfGeezer
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        mgood777 Their website has a pretty clear description of how they apply the discount:

        "FALL SALE! Buy 2 Get 3rd at 50% OFF! (Discount at Checkout after placing 3 Prep Tubs in Cart)"

      #6
      I have the same material but in a configuration that fits over my dual-kitchen sink, and the expanding part is a colander. I really like it but forget to use it a lot, and I don't think it would stand up to the knives I have. But they would be great to have anyway.

      (but I've gone into Harbor Freight and said "I'll take one of everything")

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        #7
        But but but, it's not as big as the packer brisket! Still drips on the counter. [scratches head]. I love the idea of it, but I think I would want one 3 or 4" longer.

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          #8
          The problem with multi-task things like this is they do everything a little bit, but don't do anything as well as their single task equivalents. I have cutting boards and I have tubs and they work just fine. The two together probably don't cost as much as this alone either. It's like a Swiss Army knife. They're neat, they do a little bit of everything, but they don't do anything well.

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            #9
            This is a good idea. Love to hear some reviews from y’all when you get them.

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            • Jerod Broussard
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              I'll check back. I'd like to keep two as just trimming tubs and storage tubs after trimming and then have one for dedicated slicing

            #10
            I was going to order one but the boss just said "We already have too many 'what nots' ". I love the idea. I should have been browsing at a different time.

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              #11
              Does anyone actually have any feedback on these after using them? I always thought it was a clever idea.

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              • Jerod Broussard
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                I use them. Great for trimming meat then pulling up the sides and sticking in the fridge. Also used with my bacon curing. Store nicely.

              • HawkerXP
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                Ooops. I guess I got my answer Jerod Broussard

              #12
              These are great for brisket from a transportation perspective. When you got 20 pound briskets they barely fit on my 21" stainless pan, so trimming is no go. I can carry 56 pounds of brisket in these things. I line them with tub liners. Love the collapsible capabilities for storage.

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