Dexas Popware 10” Colander - 2.5 qt., Collapsible
About Dexas Popware 10” Colander - 2.5 qt., Collapsible
Overstock. This space-saving Dexas Popware 10" colander expands to a roomy 2.5 qt. capacity, stands on sturdy fold-down legs and quickly collapses for storage after use.
Specs about Dexas Popware 10” Colander - 2.5 qt., Collapsible
- Weight: 5.1 oz.
- Material: Composite and silicone
- Length: 13"
- Width: 11"
- Dishwasher safe: Yes
- Made in Taiwan, Republic of China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Malarin from alaska on Monday, February 22, 2016Folds up nicely to store easily. It tends to be very heavy/bulky. Was going to give it as a shower gift along with the 8 " one but not sure if I will keep it or return it. Still deciding.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by David E from California on Sunday, January 17, 2016Great colander--collapsible, yet sturdy, well-built and well-designed, works great. Saves space not just in drawers but in the dishwasher--because of the clever planning of the holes, the colander gets clean even when collapsed. Clever, and a great value at less than $20--thanks, STP!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by LikesTheRain from Glacier, Washington on Tuesday, November 24, 2015This colander is sturdy and well made. The legs keep it stable and then collapse for storage. It does everything it needs to do very well. I am very happy with this purchase and would recommend this colander to friends.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Anonymous from WI on Tuesday, November 3, 2015No longer have to struggle to find a place to store colanders. Works well, and the legs are sturdy. It can also be placed in the dishwasher in the collapsed state, but with the legs, it is thicker than the smaller strainer and thus is more difficult to find a place it fits in my dishwasher as the tines are too close together, but it does work at the side.
Question & Answer
Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.
“Given the "composite" parts, is this okay to use for draining hot pasta, or will it melt?”
Why would it melt? The drainer is in the sink and you are pouring the contents of the pot into the strainer. Most people pour cold water into the pot before pouring out the contents just to stop the cooking action of the pasta. There shouldn't be a melting problem.
This item should be fine with hot items.