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HOME Set of 4 Hi Ball Glasses142/7170
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Enjoy an ice-cold water or a refreshing fruit juice in this set of 4 hi ball glasses. Their smart, simple and straight design make them great for everyday use. They're dishwasher safe, so they are the perfect low maintenance glassware – I'll drink to that!
- Capacity 300ml.
- 4 hi-ball glasses.
- Dishwasher safe.
86% would recommend to a friend
Horrible quality/design .... very poor item
For the same price u can get 12 at poundland. What a horrible item with poor quality.
these are good price! but here you get what you pay for... these are so small, child size narrow glasses took them back
No issues, exactly what you pay for!
Please see below:
A Luminarc Nonic Beer Glass is a sophisticated beer glass that is perfect for everyday use or special occasions. The sturdy glass will look great at your dining table with its classic shape.
A Luminarc Nonic Beer Glass is an elegant and unique way to serve drinks, with a modern take on a classic design.
The Nonic glass & glasses from the same family are made of Sodalime glass
oda-lime glass, also called soda-lime-silica glass, is the most prevalent type of glass, used for windowpanes and glass containers (bottles and jars) for beverages, food, and some commodity items. Glass bakeware is often made of tempered soda-lime glass. Soda-lime glass accounts for about 90% of manufactured glass.
Soda-lime glass is relatively inexpensive, chemically stable, reasonably hard, and extremely workable. Because it can be resoftened and remelted numerous times, it is ideal for glass recycling.
Soda-lime glass is prepared by melting the raw materials, such as sodium carbonate (soda), lime, dolomite, silicon dioxide (silica),aluminium oxide (alumina), and small quantities of fining agents (e.g., sodium sulfate, sodium chloride) in a glass furnace at temperatures locally up to 1675 °C. The temperature is only limited by the quality of the furnace superstructure material and by the glass composition. Relatively inexpensive minerals such as trona, sand, and feldspar are usually used instead of pure chemicals. Green and brown bottles are obtained from raw materials containing iron oxide. The mix of raw materials is termed batch.
Soda-lime glass is divided technically into glass used for windows, called flat glass, and glass for containers, called container glass. The two types differ in the application, production method (float process for windows, blowing and pressing for containers), and chemical composition. Flat glass has a higher magnesium oxide and sodium oxide content than container glass, and a lower silica, calcium oxide, and aluminium oxide content. From the lower content of highly water-soluble ions (sodium and magnesium) in container glass comes its slightly higher chemical durability against water, which is required especially for storage of beverages and food.
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5 months ago
They are made of Glass but you could spit through them! They are rubbish mine never lasted a month. Buy decent ones its a false economy getting these ones.
7 months ago
These are made out of glass.
Argos Product Expert
about a year ago
Please see below product dimensions. This is also printed on the outside of the packaging.
Height of Glass 13.5cm
Diameter is 6.5cm
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Phil @ Argos
2 years ago
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