Zevro KCH-06072 Pro Sugar 'N More Dispenser - White
- The perfect portion control tool for dispensing sugar, salt, artificial sweetener and other powdered foods
- Dispenses a consistent, measured amount with each squeeze of the easy-to-use lever
- Unique, patented, easily interchangeable dosing mechanism will dispense 1/4 tsp., 1/2 tsp., or 1 tsp
- Keeps out moisture and air to preserve freshness
- For monitoring and controlling sweetener and salt portion sizes
- The unique, patented, easily interchangeable mechanism will dispense 1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp, or 1 tsp
- The Sugar 'n More Dispenser keeps out moisture and air to preserve freshness
- You can also pour and sprinke from the top of the dispenser
EMY101 Features: -Unique patented mechanism allows to change amount dispensed to either 1/4, 1/2 or 1 teaspoon.-Easy and convenient to use.-Keeps out moisture and air.-Allows for easy monitoring to help with portion control efforts for healthy living. Dimensions: -9'' H x 2'' W x 2.5'' D.
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Not in trying to use this thing, your first press on the button will give you your shot of sugar, maybe (50/50 shot) of getting the second shot of sugar, after ever shot after that will be less and less. Why because sugar gets stuck and prevents the handle from measuring out the sugar properly. So the tip or tweak we figured out is that after use push of the button turn the product upside down completely, then back, then press the button again to dispense the full amount of measured sugar. When you turn the dispenser upside down the sugar clears out where the handle is so the sugar can measure out properly in the cup again. Since we figured this little tweak the product is now working and manageable. I did figure this out when after I bought the first one, and tried it out for a week before ordering another one for our white sugar. This little tweak in the work flow doesn't bother either my husband or myself, but it might bother others to do this. We thought it was a good compromise for a inexpensive product and the nice clean look. Just make sure you keep the top of the dispenser in the closed position. The top does have a sprinkle opening and a full pour opening as well as fully closed. The sprinkle holes are fine for white sugar and a bit more heaving shaking required for raw sugar since the granules are bigger. I wouldn't say the top sprinkle holes are ideal for raw sugar without a whole like or vigorous shaking, but the pour opening would be fine for raw sugar. It feels a little cheaply made and not sure if the top lid will last being securely fitted after constantly opening to fill the sugar. But will post with update when it fails.
Leaking sugar is unacceptable considering the reason for purchasing was to keep the counter and table granular free.
So back it will go..prolly the best choice for sugar will be the more expensive tip-n-pours (not the cheap ones...been there done that as well). A good one will last a good generation of use so best not skimp here! MY BAD!
UPDATE: Well Well, will not allow me to return? And there is your answer to their confidence in their product. I actually tooled it out and re purposed as a jelly bean dispenser. For most just ignore
I do have a tip for removing the lid - I've seen reviews complain that it is difficult to pull out the tabs that latch the lid on. I would agree, if you are trying to pull the tabs out it can be difficult indeed. The better strategy is to squeeze the non-tabbed sides of the lid. By squeezing the sides that don't have tabs it pushes out the tabs and the lid can easily be wiggled off.