Bodum Pavina 2-1/2-Ounce Double Wall Espresso/Shot Glass, Set of 6
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- 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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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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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.
In addition, the curved glass sometimes captures the colors of whatever surface its own, say a bamboo place mat, and become a chameleon depending on its surroundings.
I cannot really say drinks smell or taste any differently in these glasses but I do think they help save on ice. They still feel a bit thin to me, and I figure it's a matter of time before one meets its doom from an errant ice cube or just a bit too much force setting it on the granite countertops. I hand wash and dry these glasses, don't set them in the sink with other dishes, and leave extra space for them in the cabinet.
In short, these are the prima donnas among our kitchenware, but as long as they serve their purpose (and still seem cool), they are welcome to stick around.
Update: It is April 21st, and today the first of this set broke despite attempting to adhere to all the precautions about their use.
Per the instructions, you can not let ice fall into them dry. You have to be extra careful that they do not touch anything in the dishwasher, and you can not use a metal spoon in them.
The only thing that I really like about these glasses is that they do not sweat, and you can drink cold or hot things in them
The cons are:
My first impression is that these were plastic
They are SO Very Thin. I had one in the sink and the next morning it was broken why? I do not know, let me guess; they have to not touch anything in the sink also! At first I didn't even notice. Then I notice shard glass in the sink. And it scared the crap out of me. All I could think was; what if one of my kids had drank out of one of these glasses. The glass was broken off so sharply like a dangerous single pane window. Glasses are meant for drinking not worrying about a fragile broken center. Frankly I am sending these back and I do not recommend these for households with children.
Super thin and Super light weight and TOO Fragile. Glasses with rules. Who knew
1. They are fragile. Think thin-walled christmas tree ornament-type fragility. I am talking about the delicate glass balls that shatter when they bang into each other. If you've never had a christmas tree, consider these to be a step above the durability of a robin's egg shell.
2. Do you have granite counter tops? You do? Fug-etta-bout these glasses, unless you enjoy stepping on broken glass shards in your slippers.
3. Think you'll store them on top of your machine? If your machine vibrates, these feather-weight glasses will dance around on your machine. Remember the bumper cars from childhood? Your soon-to-be broken espresso cups will endure the same damaging experience every time your pump pressurizes and each time you pull a shot.
4. The silicone rubber plug in the bottom looks cheap. It is cheap. The company put these in, I suspect, to simplify the production. The insulating chamber is not sealed!
5. Plan on washing these in a machine? Think again. Plan on washing these by submersion in water? Think again. The silicone stopper has a pore in it. If you submerge or machine wash the cups, expect the un-cleanable inner chamber to fog up with condensed water vapor. You are going to have to wash the cups without getting the bottom wet, unless you want a foggy looking cup.
6. Do you or someone else like to add sugar to their espresso? Plan on stirring the espresso with a metal spoon? Well, believe it or not, the instructions with the glasses advise against using a metal spoon for stirring. (Truly!) So serve your guests their drink with a plastic spoon, or toothpick, or a wooden pencil to stir. Just don't give them a metal spoon!
7. When was the last time you had a espresso cup that came with instructions on use? Please do infer: the instructions are a list of precautions. Read the other 1-star review of the customer who ingested glass fragments.
Learn from my mistakes in buying them, or take a risk and order 'em. (You'll be sorry.) We ordered 6. We will use 5 until we break them all. We are going to use the 6th one as an actual tree ornament next year to serve as a reminder to ourselves:
Too often, the promise of a better mouse trap is empty, but instead delivers another set of headaches.
If you like new headaches, order these. And don't forget the ibuprofen.
Did I mention that these cups are beautiful? Pretty much any liquid you pour into them will turn it into a figure piece on your dinner table. They also keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold, so their function as an insulator works perfectly.
I couldn't be happier with these cups. I'm really happy to see that they improved the design.