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Thread: Heads up on some good glassware

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    Richard320's Avatar
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    Heads up on some good glassware

    Well, plasticware.

    My favorite glasses are some large pub glasses. But they're glass. We've hunted and hunted for something similar but safer, and this year - they were just sitting there in plain sight at Target! $3.99 apiece. Not available on the web, though, so hurry.
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    Re: Heads up on some good glassware

    I'm a Tervis Tumbler double insulated plastic glass fan myself. Ordered some 16 oz. tumblers off their website with margaritaville logos too!
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    Re: Heads up on some good glassware

    +1 Tervis but I like their 17oz mugs. Went to order more and they have downsized to 15oz.
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    Re: Heads up on some good glassware

    I'm a Tervis fan also, and if they ever crack or break you can send them back for new ones. They also used to be made in the USA, but I'm not sure of that now.
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    Re: Heads up on some good glassware

    I like tervis too... but expensive!

    I saw the tumblers you found at Target Richard, but wonder if they will come down in price soon since they've had them around since Nov/Dec. I used some for Christmas gifts last year... cut vinyl image w/my Cricut and made a nice personalized gift.

    That's an idea... We have some friends/family who are over a lot during the summer months. Would be fun to get them each one of those glasses and personalize it for the season. Then there's no one using 3 glasses in a day because they can't remember which was theirs. Get that way too much right now!
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    Re: Heads up on some good glassware

    They are expensive but make great presents for those hard to buy for.
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