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Friday, April 18, 2014

Review: Ozeri Serafino Double Wall Insulated Beverage and Coffee Glasses



Who would have thought keeping hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold is possible in a drinking glass? Well, it is and I'm glad I was given a chance to find out if the Ozeri Serafino Double Wall Insulated Beverage and Coffee Glasses are everything they are advertised.





Product Description

Made of durable, heat resistant, mouth-blown borosilicate glass of the finest quality, the 12 oz. Serafino glasses are the largest in the Ozeri Artisan Series of award-winning handcrafted drink ware. Borosilicate glass is stronger than common glass, shatter-resistant and with the Serafino's double-walled design, it offers the ultimate insulation to maintain drinks at their ideal temperature. The Serafino's unique double wall design suspends drinks within an inner wall for an attention-grabbing optical effect, while the wraparound contour provides a natural aesthetic grip. Each glass is made to keep your hands cool even with your hottest drinks and free of condensation with your chilled beverages. The patent-pending Serafino is great for coffee, cappuccinos, hot or iced teas, cocktails, frozen beverages and much more. Each set contains 2 handmade glasses designed for lifetime use. The Serafino glasses are completely dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe and ship in an elegantly printed and carefully packaged box with a 1 year warranty.

My Thoughts

The glasses are beautifully crafted. Each glass is contoured to give you an easy grip and has a double design to create an illusion that your drink is suspended in mid air. That's pretty cool! For sure, I will have loads of fun serving different kinds of drinks in these glasses.




What's more? You can take your morning Java without having to worry about it getting cold easily. It can keep your drink hot for a long time. I tried holding it while the drink is hot and I was able to lift it without burning my hands. And when I placed a very cold drink, the glass didn't sweat and it didn't produce a condensation ring on my wooden table.

The glasses aren't thick and heavy, but they are durable. They don't break or chip easily. I say that because I tried bumping the two glasses (No, I wasn't too brave to drop it. Ha-ha) and nothing happened.

Pros

The Serafino glasses are heat and shatter resistant. Borosilicate is used to make them, so they are stronger and more durable than common glass. The wraparound contour design allows a natural aesthetic grip. They are designed to keep your hands cooler with hot drinks and free of condensation with chilled beverages. They are dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe.




Cons

None! These are the coolest glasses I've ever used.

Recommendation

These are perfect for those who keep dropping and breaking their glasses. The Serafino double wall glasses are shatter resistant and very durable. They ship in an elegant 4 color printed box with a 1 Year Warranty; Satisfaction Guaranteed.

These amazing glasses can be purchased on at Amazon. And for more information about the Ozeri Serafino Double Wall Insulated Beverage and Coffee Glasses, you can check the Ozeri website and for updates, you can like them on Facebook.

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed here are 100% mine and was in no way influenced by the brand or anyone. All photos used in the review were taken by myself or family. Do keep in mind that what works for me may not work for you. However, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

3 comments :

Patranila Jefferson said...

Way cool! I am a fan of coffee and tequila!

Dex Banner said...

Thanks, we appreciate your articles. Good day! DB Product Review

Catherine said...

So nice to learn of new and good products.

 
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