"I bought these to go with my Morphy Richards kettle and toaster as they are the percfect colour match. Yes the black writing is quite hard to read, but how many times would you actually read it anyway? Once you know the order of the cannisters on your worktop you would probably never look at the writing again so don't let that put you off. Holds a full bag of sugar. Love them."
"Although i like the colour it is a lot darker than the online photo The words tea coffee and sugar are printed on the cannisters in black . However if you have bad eyesight they can be hard to read. The cannisters are a good size and the lids fit easy and snug. Overall a good name and a good buy"
"My wife and i purchased these to go with our red/black themed kitchen and they are great, great quality, great colour .. really pleased . The only slight down side is the writing on them is very hard to see, but once you know what order they are in on your work surface, it doesn't really bother us too much:-)"
"Having trolled various places for a specific red found these that are a wonderful match for other items in my kitchen. They look great and seem very good quality, causing much admiration from friends who drop round for coffee!"
"Loved the colour on these canisters. Always wanted red & black,instead of chrome, to go with my kitchen. The only downfall is that they don't have a matching bread bin and I can't find one to match at all. You do have to be careful because, just like the chrome ones, they do scratch. Would be a good idea to put a suitable clear gloss on them. That way , they are protected! They have lids that lock which are a great bonus. Atleast you know there's no chance of dropping sugar or coffee everywhere when you grab the lid."
"I do like the size, and the screw on lids, however the only thing I was not ready for was how dark the red is, the picture looks as though they are a nice shiney red colour, they are more of a maroon colour, but only when I placed them against a lighter background could I see the red colour better, against my black tiles I struggle to see any of the colour or the words TEA, COFFEE, OR SUGAR, that aside they are sturdy and durable and I am pleased with them."