October 8, 2017 at 8:31 am #106343
I think you’d like the D-R better, mainly because of it’s bright white finish on the inside. Part of the low cost of the Joe’s tins is the unpainted finish. Can’t speak to the weight of their metal, but the D-R is very sturdy. I’ve been using mine daily for maybe three years and it’s hinges are still good. Nothing flimsy about it. After all this time, the mixing lid is barely discolored (but I confess that I can’t stand a messy palette, so I wipe mine down after each painting session).