This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Cooking Interest
(Avid Home Cook, Will Cook Only Out Of Necessity). A sample of responses:
- Option A has a very elegant rounded glass design, and it appears to offer additional functionality so that the user may alter the sprinkle/pour volume, which may be convenient in certain situations. The traditional design - that of choice C - provides the user with the most ease of functionality - simply tilt and shake, but it doesn't have the optional pour feature found in choice A. Option B would take too much work to open if one just wants to shake a bit of salt out, and it can be messy if tilt angle is not properly estimaged. Option D has the same flaws of Option B, but additionally would, in my opinion, collect more germs in the cork stopper.
- I like option C the best because it doesn't take any work besides tipping the salt shaker upside down to get stuff out of it. With option C I wouldn't need a spreading insert just like I wouldn't with option A. I like option A because it wouldn't take very much effort to use the shaker as it would for option's B and D. I don't like how option D is a cork that I would have to pull out and then put back in place just to get something out of the container. I also don't like option B very much because I know how hard that kind of clasp is to close sometimes. I prefer containers that are much easier access to get to what's inside.