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Pyrex Prepware 2-Cup Measuring Cup, Clear with Red Measurements

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  • Comfortable easy-to-use measuring cup is made with an ergonomically designed handle and easy-to-read red markers
  • Made in the USA of ultra-durable, non-porous glass; won't absorb odors, flavors, or stains, nor will it impart them
  • Has a 2-cup capacity, great for most basic recipes
  • Renowned Pyrex glass measuring cups are fantastic prep tools in any kitchen
  • Dishwasher safe, yet best to wash by hand since, over time, dishwashers can affect measurement markers
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 6.2 x 4.6 inches ; 1.2 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: B0002ITQHS
  • Item model number: 6001075
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (951 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Add a measure of consistency to your kitchen with the Pyrex 2-Cup Measuring Cup that is sturdy and easy-to-read. Measurement indicators and the easy to grab handle are designed to make it easy to mix, measure and pour. Whether you are preparing a multi-course meal or simply a snack for one, Pyrex offers products which make food preparation a little easier, from beginning to end. There's no substitute for Pyrex, the original glass bakeware. Introduced 90 years ago and made of a durable, high temperature material, Pyrex remains the ideal medium for safe, dependable food preparation. Use and care: Avoid sudden temperature changes. No stovetop or broiler use. Do not overheat oil or butter. Microwave and dishwasher safe.


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Customer Reviews

We've had one of these Pyrex measuring cups for years and love it.
S. Whitcher
I prefer glass over plastic and was very happy when I received this to find the quality is still there and Pyrex is still MADE IN THE USA!!!
Leslie S.
It is rather heavy for my arthritic hands but very sturdy , easy to clean and durable.
Grandma Lois

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

355 of 372 people found the following review helpful By B. Nguyen on September 12, 2010
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I needed a small measuring cup and decided to purchase a Pyrex brand one because I already had a nice old large quart sized Pyrex measuring cup that had outlasted many other measuring cups which I got tired of replacing constantly. To make sure that my new measuring cup would last, I did some investigation on the new "Pyrex" brand of glassware. Corning Glass Works the company that manufactured the Pyrex line had sold the name to another company in the late 90s and there were reports of this newer glassware exploding/breaking. The explosions were a result of the new glassware being made of a different type of glass compared to the vintage Pyrex glassware which was made of borosilicate glass (the same type used in laboratory glassware abused by students and scientists). It was also a result of users not following instructions from the manufacturer (instructions who needs instructions? Uh oh... it blew up).

But some people are used to using the old Pyrex glassware in ways that the newer type of glass would not be compatible with. That type of usage almost always involved thermal shock or rapid change in temperature such as placing hot glassware onto a cold surface, putting hot glassware with burnt-on food into the sink to soak, placing refrigerated glassware into a preheated oven, etc. The borosilicate glass originally used to make Pyrex glassware had a low thermal expansion coefficient which made it more resistant to rapid temperature changes compared to the new tempered soda lime glass now in use. It is understandable that the company had to cut costs by using a low-cost type of glass in order to survive, but they should also remember that consumers have a habit of using their product in a certain way (hey habits are hard to break).
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215 of 247 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 24, 2010
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The name Pyrex as well as Anchor Hocking are names we all have associated with quality glass products used in the kitchen for many years. What a shock when this very cup exploded in my microwave yesterday. Fortunately no injuries - just a mess to clean up. Wow is all I can say. I have had the cup for several years and use it daily to heat water for tea, and never quite to boiling. WOW!!!

So I took it upon myself as a consumer to find out what was the problem. Would you believe this has happened to thousands of others? Let me tell you why and refer you to the January 2011 Issue of Consumer Reports beginning on page 44. It does a much better job of explaining the problem than I could ever do. Below is a quick summary of what I have discovered.

Apparently about 12 years ago Corning sold its Pyrex name and manufacturing operations to company called, "World Kitchen". Who knew?
Well according to the in depth article they switched the glass from something borosilicate to a much cheaper to produce glass known as lime soda. There have been THOUSANDS of documented cases of Pyrex cookware literally exploding sometimes causing serious injury over the last 10 years. Our government is very aware of this problem yet no warnings or action has been taken to protect the innocent public consumer. So what else is new? I can think of many things from tainted meat and eggs to lead contaminated toys from China that we have been subjected to in the last few years. This is just one more.

So now if you have gone this far you are now fully aware of the problem. If you choose to ignore what has happened to Pyrex and Anchor Hocking products then as they always say, "Let the buyer beware". From reading the article I have found that a safe product does exist on the market.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By San Diego Guy on October 10, 2011
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This this the second one I have had explode when hot liquid was pored inside !! I thought is was a fluke the first time but then read in consumer affairs that after corning sold the rights to the pyrex brand they stopped tempering the glass. The result is people being burned, scarred, and even blinded. Do a google search for "exploding pyrex" and you will see all the complaints. Okay, have to clean broken glass off the kitchen floor now !
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By KC Morris on July 14, 2011
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I had a pyrex measuring cup for probably 30 years and decided to replace it because the glass was scuffed up. Now I've been through 3 in about 3 years. The markings keep wearing off--not much use that way.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By David A. Arzuaga on November 19, 2012
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I bought this measuring cup less than 2 years ago to replace one I'd had for 20 years that chipped after I dropped it. I'll admit I wasn't too keen on purchasing pyrex since there are known quality issues with the glass. I never thought the writing would be first to fail though. I posted pictures to show how it's just coming right off. Every time I wash it more comes off. You can even scrape it off with your fingernail. It's now useless. Maybe I can scour the Goodwill for a proper measuring cup made before World Kitchen LLC started manufacturing.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By UnderTheSeaBabyShower on February 18, 2013
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My boyfriend and I are always watching Cook's Country and they had a segment on this product. Pyrex has discontinued their original measuring cup and replaced it with this; which hey, upgrades are usually cool. In the case though, they found that the callibration of the measurements was off. We won't be buying any new Pyrex measuring cups... and will def. keep our eyes out for the "old" ones at thrift stores/garage sales, etc.
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