Not at the moment, but we are already looking into stainless steel, silicone and copper. Follow us for updates

Yes, it is made out of plastic compound commonly used in the food industry, so we know it is dishwasher safe

Kitchen Cube is not designed to fit into jars like a spoon; please see the video for instructions how to use it.

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The production version uses volumes (+/-) 0.1%


We recommend using the top rack.

Typical kitchen drawers are between 4 and 5 inch high. Kitchen Cube is 3.5" x 3.5" x 3.5" inch cube, so it fits into any drawer higher than 3.5" inches.

No, this plastic is very tough.

For sake of simplicity and sanity, the US legal cup with the metric equivalents seems to be a perfect starting point for this product. There are countless definitions of a cup, and many people are very passionate about the subject, so we need to tread lightly.

Kitchen Cube is based on the US legal system, with the metric conversion.

1 legal cup = 240 mL.

The argument “the metric cup is 250 mL, not 240 mL” is not a valid one: Kitchen Cube uses the US legal cup, and not a metric cup (whatever that means, because metric cups come in different sizes, from 250 mL to 180 mL).

In the end, if you use Kitchen Cube to measure ingredients and they are specified in US legal, or customary, or metric or anything in-between, you simply end up with a bit more or a bit less of the final product, the ratios of ingredients should remain correct.

If you require a high level of precision, it's always better to use a scale. Measuring by volume is affected by many factors, including your technique, the temperature and the humidity. Kitchen Cube is a great tool to have for recipes specified by volume, a standard for the US market

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