Our current measuring cups are very nice. In fact, they are so nice that pre-boat, I would have envied these cups if I hadn't already owned them myself. Sadly, their arched handles aren't ideal for storing in a drawer, which is a problem because we keep nearly all of our kitchen tools in a drawer (yes, as in one drawer). Additionally, I'm becoming less and less of a fan of having metal "stuff" on board. No matter how hard we try, we drop things on the floor, and since our floors are varnished, it is best if what we drop on them isn't made of metal.
|Old OXO Measuring Cups|
|Galley Tools - Before|
|Joseph Joseph Nesting Cups|
|Galley Tools - After|
I'll admit, they are a taaaaad bold color-wise. I certainly wouldn't list "blinding colors" as an advantage over our old set; however, when you combine bright colors with a soft plastic composition, you get something that cold stainless can never be--a magnificent baby toy: