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Bodum Pavina 2-1/2-Ounce Double Wall Espresso/Shot Glass, Set of 6

by Bodum

List Price: $60.00
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2-1/2-Ounce
  • Limited edition bonus pack - pay for 4 glasses and get 6
  • Mouth-blown, lab-quality borosilicate-glass construction; durable and heat-resistant
  • 2-Layer design creates dramatic optical illusion and prevents sweating and condensation
  • Safe for dishwasher and microwave use
  • Smoothly rounded profiles and low statures fit perfectly in the hand
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Bodum Pavina 2-1/2-Ounce Double Wall Espresso/Shot Glass, Set of 6 + Update International EP-12 Stainless Steel Frothing Pitcher, 12-Ounce + RSVP Terry's Tamper for Espresso
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Product Details

Size: 2-1/2-Ounce
  • Product Dimensions: 9.6 x 6.8 x 3.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005ASEZ44
  • Item model number: 4557-10-12USW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (215 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,372 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 2-1/2-Ounce

Bring a unique and trend-forward look to the table with this set of 6 2-1/2-ounce glasses. Intricately handcrafted of mouth-blown borosilicate glass - the same material used to make scientific lab equipment - the glasses offer durable, temperature-safe construction that holds both hot and cold drinks at their optimal temperature longer than traditional drinkware. This makes them an ideal choice when serving wine, beer, coffee, tea, and even kid-friendly beverages such as milk, juice, or hot cocoa. The walls of each vessel sport two layers of clear glass that create a dramatic optical illusion of liquid suspended within, while at the same time resisting heat and preventing condensation - leaving them comfortable to hold and safe for placement on any tabletop or counter. Furthermore, their smoothly rounded profiles and low statures fit perfectly in the hand and make it a pleasure to enjoy everyday dining, special-occasion hosting, and everything in between. A smart and family-friendly addition to any kitchen, the handsome glasses go safely in the microwave and clean up easily in the dishwasher for perpetually cloud-resistant, crystal-clear presentation and performance.


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Customer Reviews

They are beautiful, elegant glasses that are also very functional.
P. Lio
They keep your hands from getting burned with hot tea, and keep cold drinks cold without freezing your fingers.
Bob
I wanted cups to use for espresso shots and whiskey glasses these are perfect for both!
Maryjane Arnett

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

85 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Arlington Cory on February 8, 2012
Size Name: 12-Ounce Verified Purchase
We have the traditional insulated Bodum glasses for at least three years. We use them every day and put them in our dishwasher. No problems.

We just got these Bodum Pavina glasses and realized they have different engineering. The former design was a handblown delicate seamless double wall glass. The new design has is the same double wall glass with one big difference, it has now has a hole with a silicon patch at the center of the bottom.

I watched an irregular band of fog form just around the top of my cold seltzer with ice. This was only the second time this glass was used. To my astonishment realized this condensation was in-between the glass layers.

Returned the set for a refund. Disappointing.
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38 of 44 people found the following review helpful By M. Tran on February 12, 2012
Size Name: 8-Ounce Verified Purchase
the glasses are good at keeping drinks cold without forming condensation, but they are way too thin. i've only had them for a month and already broke two of them (both breaks occurred at the bottom of the inner part of the glass).

UPDATE Aug.4, 2012 - Changing from 2 to 1 star. I bought six 12-oz and six 8-oz glasses on Jan. 8, 2012 and all six of the 12 ounce glasses have broken (none of the 8-oz glasses have broken). i'm not sure how the first 4 broke, but the last 2 broke while dispensing ice into the glass! this is way too fragile for something meant to insulate cold drinks.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Lori Everson on October 27, 2011
Size Name: 12-Ounce Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I have several sizes and shapes of Bodum Pavina glasses. They are a bit fragile.
I wouldn't put them in the dishwasher or stack them in the sink. When serving coffee or any hot beverage in them I suggest you remind your visitor that the beverage is HOT. You can't feel the heat inside the glass when you are holding it and I've had guests dive right into their drinks and burn their lips and tongue because the glass is cool to touch.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By G. mica on March 27, 2012
Size Name: 8-Ounce Verified Purchase
We have owned Bodum Pavina and similar Bodum vacuum glassware for many years. We were disappointed when we opened these to find that they have changed.Firstly, the bottom of the clear glass now has white writing on it in addition to the standard Bodum logo. This takes away from the naked drink look.
More importantly, the glasses that arrived from Amazon, had a piece of silicone on the bottom plugging the hole that was used to blow the glassware. Aside from taking away from clean look of the glasses, its only a matter of time before this plug falls out and they fill with water as other reviewers have pointed out.
The real question is whether these 'newer' Bodum glasses even have a vacuum at all.
Amazon, as always, promptly addressed my concerns.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By RJP on August 28, 2012
Size Name: 8-Ounce
I have had the Bodum double-wall glasses for several years now. They are (were) a really great design, aesthetically pleasing, functional and yes, somewhat fragile.

I recently purchased a few new sets. To my surprise I find that the glasses have a rubber/silicone plug on the bottom. Should have read the reviews... Botum will tell you this is a `vent' but in actually it's a hole left from their new manufacturing process. BEWARE THIS HOLE WILL LEAK in-between the inner and outer shell. I washed four (4) of the new glasses in the dishwasher, top rack. Two (2) immediately leaked, the others leaked within in 2nd-3rd washing. Contacted Bodum's customer service, "LEAKING IS NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY". You will be left with a set of expensive, foggy/wet/dirty looking glasses. I promptly returned all my new glasses for a refund.

Bodum's new manufacturing process makes for a smother rim between the inner and outer shells of the glass but for some reason they are unable to seal the glasses at the bottom with glass as they had been when handmade. This new design is significantly flawed and disappointing.

You've been warned. I'd give them no stars if I could.
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50 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Keith E. Webb VINE VOICE on October 26, 2011
Size Name: 12-Ounce Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
The Bodum Pavina glasses are beautiful. Each one is mouth-blown to form a clear one-piece glass chamber that holds your drink. Since it's clear, your drink appears to be floating in the glass. Cool point #1.

Cool point #2 especially for those of you living in hot places: It doesn't sweat. You know what I mean here? When you put really cold liquid in a glass and condensation runs down the outside and collects in a puddle at the bottom of the glass. That looks attractive on a Coke or beer commercial, but not great for your desk or nice table.

Cool point #3: You can put hot drinks in the Bodum Pavina and the glass doesn't get hot. Because of the double-wall construction there's an insulated layer of air between the glass you touch and the glass that holds your coffee. Like a plastic thermal mug it stays warm a long time (also cold when you pour in something cold), but it's oh so beautiful.

Now to address some user complaints. Users have universally complemented the design and "cool" factor of the glasses, but some complained about them breaking. Bodum Pavina have been on the market for a few years. I've used them since 2005. I start with cold water in the morning, followed by hot coffee. More water later. Some ice coffee or a Coke in the afternoon. All fine. It's thin, but tough glass. However, you've got to be sensible: just because the company says it CAN be washed in the dishwasher, doesn't mean you should. Throwing rock-hard ice into a glass and then stirring briskly with a tablespoon just isn't smart! How tough are these glasses? From readers' comments not as tough as a regular heavy drinking glass but with a little caution they are plenty strong enough, in my experience.
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