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PYREX Griffin Low Form 1000mL Beaker Graduated Ea


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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Pyrex
Part Number 1000-1LCNEa
Capacity 1000  milliliters

"1L beaker, with spout, manufactured with uniform wall thickness, offers optimum balance between ... Read full product description



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Product Features

  • Sold as Each
  • Capacity: 1000 mL
  • Graduation Range: 50-1000 mL
  • Height: 158 mm (approx)
  • Outer Diameter: 108 mm (approx)

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003TVDGQM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,191 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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PYREX Griffin Low Form 1000mL Beaker Graduated Ea + Corning Pyrex 1000-600 Glass 600mL Graduated Low Form Griffin Beaker, 50mL Graduation Interval, with Double Scale + PYREX Griffin Low Form 250mL Beaker Graduated Ea
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Product Description

"1L beaker, with spout, manufactured with uniform wall thickness, offers optimum balance between thermal shock resistance and mechanical strength. For convenience, these beakers have a double graduated metric scale to indicate approximate content and an extra large marking spot. For PYREX® beaker covers, see Catalog No. 9985 or No. 9990. Reference: ASTM E-960. "

Customer Reviews

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The top flairs nicely for easy and controllable pouring.
qualitytech123
It does seem to be of reasonably solid construction, thicker glass than the borosilicate tea pots and cookware I've tried.
Elaine C. Sharpe
I have boiled liquids and quenched them in ice water baths numerous times without any problems.
YellowAndGreenBoardBuddy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Elaine C. Sharpe on March 12, 2011
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After breaking several pieces of (allegedly) borosilicate glass cookware -- in spite of being extremely careful and always using a heat diffuser between the flame and glass -- I decided to resort to pyrex lab glass for the preparation of herbal medicines and my morning masala chai (metal cookware alters the natural medicinal compounds in many herbs and tea, hence glass is most desirable). That makes this the most important piece of cookware I own, oddly enough. Anyway, this pyrex beaker does the job just fine so far and will hopefully be something I replace quarterly or semi-yearly, rather than semi-weekly. :)
It does seem to be of reasonably solid construction, thicker glass than the borosilicate tea pots and cookware I've tried. The white markings are nice and clear without having to press your nose up to it and the pour spout is well-formed. So far so good.

UPDATE: Here it is one month later and this beaker is holding up just fine. I always use it on a flame diffuser on the burner of a gas range, to prepare a medicinal masala tea twice per day. Sometimes when pressed for time I've used a medium-high flame, yet so far no ill effects.

I'm satisfied that this makes better glass cookware than the borosilicate glass cookware sold for consumer use.

ANOTHER UPDATE: It's now over three months later (June 21, 2011) and this same pyrex beaker is still brewing my tea and herbs, sitting on a flame diffuser on my gas stove at least twice a day every day without fail -- sometimes with the flame turned up quite high, too. Three months is actually a record for glass cookware longevity in this house, so this was a great buy!

6 MONTH UPDATE: Yes, it's still in one piece and doing the job everyday after 6 months. Raised the rating to 5 stars, as 6 months of at least twice-daily use is fairly impressive and far exceeds the durability of the others I've tried. This is a great product and well worth the price.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By YellowAndGreenBoardBuddy on April 30, 2013
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I have gone through lots of so-called "student-grade" lab glassware. Bubbles and scratches in the glass which quickly give rise to breakage. You get what you pay for with that off-brand junk. This beaker is real, Pyrex brand borosilicate, and it arrived with no flaws. I have boiled liquids and quenched them in ice water baths numerous times without any problems.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rene Jewett on February 13, 2013
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Bought this item for my son's 8th grade science experiment. Pyrex is the industry standard for lab glass and proved useful and durable even after completing the experiment.
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By T. Cox on August 8, 2014
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...as opposed to a nice liquid or gas beaker. But seriously, it's made in Germany and the glass is uniform, bubble free, and just thick enough to seem sturdy. Inside diameter is 104mm, outside 108mm. Hence 2mm thickness of the side walls. Outside diameter across the flared top is 122mm.

The bottom is relatively flat with a very slight upward bow. To give an idea of how much/little bow, with a straight edge placed across the bottom from the outside there is no more than a 1mm gap at the center. When placed on a flat surface there is zero wobble, however. I mention this for those who intend to use it with hot plates.
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By Ben Carter on June 6, 2014
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Nice little beaker. Good size for most things and easy to read measurements from both bottom to top & top to bottom.
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Worked great until the entire bottom snapped off, I was using a staff mixer in it and I suspect the combination of heat and vibration was too much for it, so be careful. Also if it happens to you, be extremely careful handling the edges of the broken glass.
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By Deryl Strong on June 19, 2013
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I use this beaker for making drip coffee, and it works perfectly. I've tried various drip machines, and a coffee press that recently cracked, and nothing makes as good a cup of coffee as this beaker.
I use an old Cuisinart filter basket (GTF-B) leftover from an old drip machine, that fits perfectly into the mouth of this beaker, along with a paper filter, to trap all sediment. I fill the filter with coffee, boil the water, and pour it into the basket. The pour takes about 3 minutes, and make a perfect 24oz cup of coffee. I can use the beaker to measure the exact amount of water (700ml), which makes 600ml of coffee (the rest in the grounds).
The coffee is the best tasking brew I have ever had, far better than a press (no sediment), or a drip brewer (water never hot enough, always had a funky taste, and would get dirty over time).
Very happy with this purchase.
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By SierraSilver on April 9, 2013
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I use this at my refrigerator water dispenser several times a day. It is replacing a thinner, more fragile version that had a handle, and which I had to replace twice after it broke and broke again. I expect this one to last considerably longer as is it much sturdier. I do have a little difficulty holding it when it's full as the size is just slightly too big for my size medium ladies hand, but my husband who uses it more often has no trouble with it at all.
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