If we invest extra time and expense in raising a flock of hens or purchase eggs from a local farmer... or grocery store, it's prudent to take measures to lengthen the eggs' shelf-life. Because egg shells are porous, they are prone to moisture loss and odor absorption. Storing them in their original carton is better than in egg trays molded into a refrigerator door, but here's a better idea yet... airtight egg containers.
A simple downward snap of each of the four latches... two at a time... and the lid's sealing ring on this Lock & Lock egg storage container "securely locks in the goodness." The clear lid showcases multi-colored eggs, that are too pretty to be hidden away.
In my online search for such a container, some sites offer ones for 10 eggs. How practical is that? I say go for the 12-egg capacity.