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154 of 156 people found the following review helpful.
Iris 69 quart vs. 67 quart
By R. M. Mayhew
I've posted pictures here comparing the 69 to the 67 quart version. Both purchased on Amazon. The specs between the two are not that different.
14.7 x 17.9 x 23.8 inch; 69 quart container
14.8 x 19.3 x 20.7 inches; 67-quart capacity
The 67 is a little more "rigid" due to the way the forming was done. The wheels on both units are the weakest point. I've broken them off by letting them drop to the floor a few inches. I was able to duct tape the wheel back on, but it's not a pretty sight. As others have noted: Be careful when rolling or dropping these when loaded. On several of the units we don't use the wheels, so it's obviously not an issue.
At this point in time, the 69 quart unit is several dollars less than the 67, on Amazon.
46 of 48 people found the following review helpful.
The whole dog journal recommended not to pour kibble out of the original bag ...
By J. Bass
I was looking for an airtight container that could hold the 28lb bag of kibble still in the bag. The whole dog journal recommended not to pour kibble out of the original bag because it would expose the kibble to more oxygen than necessary, which causes the food to go stale and lose nutrients faster. This did the trick!
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Great Pet Food Container
By L. Clark
I should have purchased this a long time ago! I have two medium size dogs and purchase large bags of food to save money. After years of handling those large heavy bags I decided there had to be a better way. This container was the answer. The wheels allow me to easily roll the container out of the storage pantry and the full access opening when the lid is open allows me to easily scoop out food to fill two dishes. I can highly recommend this pet food container.