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Bormioli Rocco Frigoverre Glass Pitcher with Lid, 77 3/4 Ounce
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||8.19 x 8.11 x 5.71 inches|
|Item Weight||2.9 Pounds|
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- Glass construction
- Hermetically sealed lid with a white finish
- Easy-pour spout
- Side handle
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Serve and store your favorite beverages with this Frigoverre pitcher from Bormioli Rocco. Made of sturdy glass, this jug features a BPA-free hermetically sealed lid with a white finish. With an easy-pour spout and side handle for effortless serving, it has a classic design that will complement any tabletop. Even better, it is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.
5-1/2" diameter x 7-1/5" H, with a 77.75 ounce capacity
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In comparison with the 1-Liter Bormioli Rocco Frigoverre Pitcher
I had expected them to be the same height, but the 68 oz version is roughly two inches shorter than the 1-liter. Instead, the extra volume is realized by increasing both the width & breadth by about two inches each. The opening at the top is about an inch wider. This one has the same style hermetic lid as the smaller Frigoverre, just with a larger diameter.
Because it is so stout the center of gravity is low and if you were to push it at the very top, it would be more likely to slide than to fall over.
The 68 oz is a better choice if you have less height in your shelf but the tradeoff is for crowded shelves it has a wider footprint. I'd rather have two of the taller 1-liter sizes on my top shelf because I get more height for about the same footprint and I can arrange that same footprint more flexiblly.
While I haven’t done it, you could use this to store thicker liquids or even something like a chunky soup because the opening is wide enough for a serving spoon or your hand. (But as other reviewers have noted, you wouldn’t want to introduce large temperature differences as it isn’t tempered glass.)
When full, the 68 oz tends to be heavy enough you really need both hands to use it comfortably.
In comparison with the Bormioli Rocco Gelo Jug with White Lid, 41-Ounce
I'm not sure why the Gelo is listed as 41 oz and the 1 Liter Hermetic claims 39 oz because the glass portion appear to be identical in size and shape. The spouts are identical. The only difference is the Gelo has raised decorative lines and the other does not. Therefore, the size considerations and trade-offs are identical between the Gelo and the Frigoverre of the same size relative to the 68-oz.
The lids are where the differences lie - the Gelo lid pops on and off very easily and twists to create a gap. (but I suggest you remove it rather than twist because the opening is not large enough for it to pour properly, so you get a mess if you use it.)
The hermetic lid has to be removed completely to pour at all. To seal it, you place the lid on top, then twist the middle portion within the top of the lid to seal it. That lid does provide a very nice tight seal.
The Gelo is easier & quicker to use. The Frigoverre’s hermetic lid is preferred where a strong seal is wanted.
- Sturdy, thick glass.
- No nasty plastic taste in the beverage.
- The handle is sturdy, and for my normal man-hands, there's enough space for me to get a good grip.
- The lid seals very tightly. With the lid on correctly, I can shake it horizontally to mix beverage ingredients.
- The silicon o-ring can easily be removed for cleaning.
- Accepts the FORLIFE Capsule Infuser with no problem.
- Thus far, will heat up to boiling in the microwave with no thermal shock issues.
- The shorter height fits mo' betta in my refrigerator.
- It's heavy.
- Since the lid seals completely, I have to loosen or remove the lid in order to pour.
It's such a great feeling knowing that your drinking water is in non-reactive glass containers. The lid seals well when you close it very tight, but it can also be hard to loosen when you want to open it. If you tighten it medium strength you will still get a leak proof seal but I wouldn't recommend laying it down or turning it upside down without using some proper strength to twist the lid first.