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The Original RedNek Wine Glass
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53 of 56 people found the following review helpful
on June 6, 2011
These are really cool glasses, however, One glass came unglued as soon as I unwrapped it, four others came unglued as soon as I washed them. I had to reapply glue to the glasses.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Since I live in a somewhat rural locale, ok, let's get real---they are gearing up for the NASCAR race right this very minute, a mile up the road from my office and RV's are parked in every available grassy spot and parking lot. Snobbery is looked down on, paradoxically, down here in what is the reddest-necked area north of the Mason Dixon Line. So these glasses seemed to be JUST the thing for entertaining around here.

As you know, you need balloons for Bordeaux and Burgundies, smaller glasses for whites, flutes for Champagne and tulips for liqueurs. However, for Boone's Farm, Mad Dog 20/20 and homemade elderberry, these are the correct glasses. They consist of a Mason jar perched perilously on top of a candle stick and glued with any old glue, in this case, probably Elmer's because the stems pop off the jars pretty easily. Forget about the dishwasher, that's just asking for trouble. Anyway, you already know you have to hand wash your fine crystal.

The metal lid is excellent for keeping flies from drowning in your wine or preventing spillage as you make the circuit at the barbecue, family reunion or picnic. Remember to remove it before you sip.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful
on December 10, 2012
For about 6$! The dollar store carries glass candle stick holders and mason jars for a dollar each. Glue together with e6000 glue and voila! Save yourself the money people, it's a cinch!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on December 22, 2011
A cute idea, but when I received the product, the stem had separated from the mason jar. The glue apparently wasn't very good. I will reglue it at home rather than go through the hassle of sending it back. Now that I realize it isn't a one-piece item, I can make my own! A mason jar + a cheap candle holder = a redneck wineglass, for less than you will pay for it online.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on March 28, 2011
Unique wine glass.We have a couple of real wine consumers as friends and they use the fancy stem glasses. We sprung these on them and they were still laughing when they left for home 2 hours later. \
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on February 17, 2012
The director of my department at work is a self professed redneck with many quips and tales of his redneckitude. He seemed a bit down lately, so myself and another co-worker thought it would be funny to get him one of these along with some pop top boxed wine. It was. Sadly, the stem and the mason jar are attached with glue, and by the time it got here, the glue seemed to have lost its adhesiveness. So, we re-glued it and gave it to him. Instant cheer, and so a success. It is a pretty funny little gag gift. I give it only three stars due to poor craftmanship, but in terms of instant gratification, it probably would merit 4 stars.

Enjoy!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on October 31, 2012
This wine glass is just perfect to bring to a snobby wine tasting! It's a fun gift to give and quite the conversation piece! have done this to several of my "fun" drinking friends and they LOVE it! Now I have read read to reviews about these types of glasses and how they break in the dishwasher, or by cleaning them by hand holding the stems... This is really a no no for washing any type of wine glass! I've been in the wine business for over 25 years and have broken several, including the very pricey Riedel's! You always was a wine glass by hand, holding on to the bowl of the glass, never the stem!

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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on August 24, 2011
I bought this for a friend who loves wine and enjoys the less expensive brands with the screw off caps. I thought this would properly express my opinions of both his earlier background and his choice in wines. He found this terribly amusing and has told everyone about this, even posting on facebook. His daughter told him she is having a White-trash birthday party in October and he has to bring this.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on January 13, 2012
Purchased two of these as a gift for my brother and sister in law. They hand washed them prior to the first use and in holding the glass by the stem to rinse and place in drying rack the mason jar fell off of BOTH glasses! Don't know if the manufacturer ran out of glass or epoxy on this run or if they generally use Elmers glue.... Very disappointed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 27, 2013
A wine glass for true winos. This is a pretty sturdy glass, it is more like a goblet lol
This can take some bumps and bruises, I like it. I don't feel like I am going to break it like a regular wine glass.
I like to fill it up with Four Loko instead of wine.
You can screw on the lid and take it on the go. If you had a purse you could put it in there and bring it to the movies that way, it doesn't really leak because ti has a rubber gasket.
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