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Polluted - Toxic / Radioactive Barrel Shaped Drinking Glasses
There's just no other way to get wasted than these 13-ounce Polluted glasses and your favorite brand of poison.
2 Polluted glasses packed in a colorful giftbox.
Polluted is hand blow from strong, lead-free borosilicate glass.
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49 of 53 found the following review helpful:
a piece of ice broke my glassJun 27, 2011
By Sara R Fitzpatrick
I purchased these glasses a couple of weeks ago. I wish I had read the reviews as I had no idea how thin the glass would be. They are very thin, but fun to use, and until this morning I was very happy with them. I woke up this morning and started to make myself an iced coffee. I dropped a cube into the glass and the glass broke. The whole bottom of the glass shattered. Very sad.
18 of 20 found the following review helpful:
Great GlassesMay 15, 2010
By D. Thompson
Let me confirm what the other reviewers have found...These are amazingly thin and feel fragile. They have held up fine even through some bumps and slips while washing. Get them, they are fun and cool, but get extra. Even though none have broken on me ... yet, I expect they will eventually.
20 of 24 found the following review helpful:
Holy Dangerousness!Apr 21, 2010
By Mean ~n~ Bitter
I'd love love love to give this item a 5/5, its a fun design, it arrived quickly, the packaging is cute, even has a recipe for the drink pictured...
HOWEVER. With that being said, these glasses are extremely thin. These are obviously glasses with the intended purpose of use while drinking alcoholic beverages. I wouldn't feel safe being sober and using these glasses (I tend to be clumsy) but drinking and having them out, they'd probably only make it through one night, if that.
I think that they are gorgeous, and i agree that they'd probably have to be this thin to show the design as well as they do, i just don't feel safe using them for parties (or really anything else). I bought two sets and will enjoy them, but they will be display purposes only.
If you bought these before, and decided to use them for display purposes only, can you let me know how you displayed them? Currently they are just on my bar displayed, but i'd like to maybe place some fake 'rotted' flowers, or some sort of something inside them for fun. Any unique ideas welcome :)
13 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Broke the first time I dropped an ice cube into the glassSep 06, 2012
By Robert Del Favero
I didn't throw the ice cube in, I dropped it from the rim of the glass. Blew a big chunk out of the bottom. I read the comments about the glass being thin. I didn't think they'd be that thin. I own plenty of fragile glass and crystal barware, but I've never had this happen before. Cute and fun as these glasses are, I'd recommend avoiding them.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Good but thinDec 14, 2010
The other reviews sum it up well- these are very cool glasses for cocktails and such, but if you hold them under an icemaker in a fridge and the ice lands in it, they could easily shatter. They are the same thickness I'd say as Reidel wine glasses. So far in several dishwashings, the logo is staying put, so that's a good thing. Had them for 3 months or so, I recommend IF you understand the limitation.
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