Bodum Pavina Double Wall Glass, 12-Ounce, Set of 2
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- Set of 2 beer glasses; 11-ounce capacity each
- Mouth blown, double-walled borosilicate glass construction
- Beverage appears to float inside inner layer of clear glass
- Dishwasher safe; double walls insulate hot or cold beverages
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Top Customer Reviews
But, does that stop me from ordering more?
Oh, HELL no!
Once you use these glasses, you're spoiled forever.
But...do NOT hold these glasses under the refrigerator ice dispensor...the falling ice will break the glass.
Do NOT let anyone touch your glass because they will put the glass down on the counter top the wrong way and it will break.
Never, ever, leave your glass where someone can touch it because they will break the glass just by looking at it.
When you are done using the glass...hand wash the glass and hide it where no one knows where it is because .....if somone sees the glass on a shelf, it will break instantly.
I love these glasses and I order two boxes at a time.
I always have a spare locked away....
At about $10 a piece, I am disappointed in how easily they break. I've had normal cheapy wal-mart glasses break - IF THEY WERE DROPPED ON THE FLOOR! :P When these break we often were left scratching our heads as to why they were broken. I think my wife dropped one while she was washing it from a height of about 4-6 inches in the sink and it cracked. One of the 8 ounce cups I pulled out of the cupboard and discovered a small crack had formed at the top rim of the glass. At the time, I still drank from it (being careful to drink from the side opposite the crack) and then threw the glass away knowing that it would likely continue to crack and break - just wasn't worth the risk ending up with broken glass in my mouth. The others, I don't recall what happened. None were dropped to the floor, however.
So, after about a year, a 33% break rate. My wife doesn't really care for them, so I'm the only one who uses them. I think she's too afraid of breaking them.
What they do have going for them is they keep my coffee hot to the last sip. I preheat the glass before I put my coffee in it using hot water and letting it sit for a minute or so. The glass (and the air gap) absorbs the heat from the water so that when I put my coffee in the glass, none of the heat from the coffee is lost to warm up the glass.Read more ›
From the manufacturer:
-- don't drop ice into them first. put the liquid in first
-- don't use automatic ice dispensers on them. put the ice in by hand (see above)
-- don't use metal spoons (bamboo teaspoons are hip now anyway)
-- handwash, or if you machine wash, top rack them and leave SPACE around them.
they're also a bit slippery with wet hands, so i've broken a few just by going a little too fast when i wash dishes at the sink.
why do I put up with their fragility? because it's the coolest design and they work so very well in keeping hot hot and cold cold.
it just looks so beautiful to drink from them, i put up with the rest.
I have enjoyed them all; they kept the drink temperature stable, and they were very light. The larger glass sizes were too bulky for my wife to hold comfortably, but they were fine for me. I would like a thinner lip, but that is not a deterrent. I would rate the glasses at a 5 or 4 for drink quality and comfort, but at zero for sustainability.
They are simply too fragile. One broke while sitting on a table with a cold drink in it, and the others were all knocked over sooner or later. There are no kids or animals in the house, so I did all the damage. There is no hope when one falls to the floor, but these will break even when only tipped over on the counter.
And they're an accident waiting to happen. Nearly all the double wall designs have a small bottom, so they're more likely than other glasses to fall over. I have replaced my large glasses with a double-wall plastic container, which is unbreakable. For coffee I have gone back to my old cup, made of sturdier, single-wall glass. And I'll keep my eye open for a double wall plastic cup. Unbreakable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great glasses but be careful putting ice cubes up in. Can break as cubes hit glass from ice dispensing slot.Published 19 hours ago by Cheryl S.
I've always big fan of no coaster needed Pavina.
I was a bit surprised this shipment came with just bable wrap in a Amazon box. No fancy secure Bodum box. Read more
Well the first thing is that these glasses/mugs hit a 10 on the cool factor. I purchased them to replace a smaller coffee mug. Read morePublished 2 days ago by I'mHis
I've used these and the similar and preferable ones with handles for years. Despite what people say, they do NOT break that easy. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Bill M.
Have bought a similar cup from Starbucks years ago and have not been able to find these double owned glasses since- until now! Read morePublished 23 days ago by Jason Perrigan
Love these glasses...BUT...like other reviews state, they are fragile. Be careful. They say dishwasher safe...not true. I put one in the top rack and it came out cracked. Read morePublished 27 days ago by A Jones