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ClickClack Cube Storage Containers Review

ClickClack Cube Storage Containers Review

ClickClack Airtight Storage Containers are the perfect fit for kitchen and pantry storage for all your food and freshness needs.

Ease of Use/Performance: 4.5/5
Convenience/Storage 4/5
Appearance/Design 4.5/5
How much I enjoy 5/5

Total: 4.5/5

ClickClack Cubes Food Storage Containers


ClickClack specializes in food storage containers is a brand of Innova Products that also includes glassware, home and industrial brushewares. ClickClack Kitchenware is their line of food storage containers that have been manufactured for twenty years.

ClickClack Cubes are stackable airtight food storage containers that also come in a round version with a variety of sizes. The ClickClack Cubes comes in sizes from 1 quart up to 4.5 quarts with red, white and stainless steel colors and are sold separately or in sets.

ClickClack Cubes Large Set


I received the two sets of three cube containers with one set including the 1 quart, 2 quart and 3.5 quart sizes and the second set including the 1.5 quart, 3 quart and 4.5 quart sizes. Both sets make great everyday kitchen storage but the larger sizes are perfect for flour, sugar and other often used ingredients.

Flour, brown sugar and powdered sugar are in the one set that has red lids while the smaller set has oatmeal, sugar and pet treats. I can’t ignore the smaller members of our household and they deserve treats everyday just like we do so the ClickClack keeps them handy.

ClickClack Small Set


ClickClack Cubes are square storage containers with clear plastic bottoms that are about 3 mm thick with airtight lids. The lids have two indents on the top with two push toggles that have pivot points to make them depress the inner diaphragm.

The inner diaphragm is the seal and is a one piece flexible plastic that snaps onto the lid and when flexed using the toggles releases its seal against the body of the container. You can also remove this diaphragm using a spoon or other flat non sharp tool so you can clean and thoroughly dry the containers.

ClickClack Lid Taken Apart


When I first receive the two sets of ClickClack I did not read the websites frequently asked questions and just dunked the lids and containers in my sink of soapy water. The lids got water in them so I gently pulled the diaphragm apart to drain them and after a night of drying they were ready for their first use.

You can wash the containers and just wipe the lids but for occasional cleaning the lids can be taken apart for a better cleaning. You should avoid using the ClickClacks in the microwave, freezer and dishwasher as they are not made to handle heat or cold.

ClickClack Food Storage Containers in my Kitchen


Simple storage is what ClickClacks are all about and good looking pantry or kitchen storage is easy with the cube shaped containers. The lids are also indented to allow stacking but of course you need to put smaller containers on the larger ones.

I have been using the ClickClacks in my kitchen for a month and really like the see through design but ClickClack does have some round containers that are tinted if you prefer. The company sells a good range of round and cube shapes in a variety of colors so you should have no problem picking out the design and color you want to match your kitchen style.

The large set of ClickClack cubes sells for about $40 while the smaller set sells for about $35 and is available from online sites like Target and locally at The Container Store. I highly recommend the ClickClack Containers to keep your essential foods fresh and ready for use in your kitchen.

ClickClack Website

ClickClack @ The Container Store

ClickClack @ Amazon

Airtight and easy to use
Lids come apart for easy cleaning
Stackable and square or round for easy storage

May break if dropped