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About OXO

OXO, maker of “tools that are good for you” produces an empire’s-worth of food containers, salad spinners, mandolins and other kitchen tools — as well as more than 850 kinds of home goods, from heat-resistant spatulas to stainless steel gardening tools. But the brand originated on an entirely human scale: after housewares entrepreneur Sam Farber saw how his wife’s arthritis made using ordinary kitchen tools difficult, he founded OXO to develop ergonomically-designed cooking supplies that didn’t hurt people’s hands. In 1990, 15 Good Grips kitchen tools were brought to shelves; today, offerings are as plentiful as they are diverse, including objects like the innovative Candula line of rechargeable lights, which provide eight hours of ambient LED light and — unlike regular wax candles — won’t blow out during a strong gust of wind.

Past Sales Featuring OXO

Sale Ended March 01, 2012

The Coffee & Tea Event

Sip those winter blues away — and get fully caffeinated while you’re at it — with our coffee and tea event. Shop for high-tech brewers, classic presses, kettles, frothers, mugs, and more, all from your favorite brands like Bodum, Cuisinart, and Emile Henry.

Sale Ended May 14, 2012

Kitchen Necessities Feat. Bonjour

There are things your kitchen can't do without, and we have them in this sale. Like stylish coffee presses, a beechwood cutting board, and durable ceramic baking pans. Also essential, if you love to cook, are food processors, choppers and grinders — and an LCD timer to make sure your scallops ride that tricky line between pan-seared and charred beyond recognition.

Sale Ended June 01, 2012

Gifts for the Casual Dad

Fatherhood can be a rigorous endeavor. So if you've got a chance to take it easy — even if it's with your wardrobe instead of your daily routine — it's best to take advantage. And it's even better if you do it as stylishly as possible. To wit: this smart-but-casual collection of jeans, shirts, shoes, and more.

Sale Ended May 26, 2012

Back to Basics: Cookware

Whether you’re a twice-a-week cook or a serious chef, these cookware basics will have you covered. Choose from food processors, pots and pans, prep items, and a lot more. And take advantage of the convenient one-box sets.