Karafu 40 Oz Borosilicate Glass Pitcher with Lid, Water Carafe Jug for Hot/Cold Water, Ice Tea and Juice Beverage
- [Fluent Pouring]: Lid is detachable and has a smooth surface, the small ball can prevent water flow too large; and the macroporous filter can keep ice, large chunks of fruit, tea bags inside the pitcher; the small metal cover is unfixed, so the carafe is not airtight.
- [Premium Quality]: Made of heat-resistant borosilicate glass, lead-free, lightweight, durable, withstands temperature 0 ℉ to 300 ℉, so you can pour boiling water into it safely, stove-top safe; ring and filter of the lid is made of high quality silica gel, BPA-free.
- [40 Oz Capacity]: Enough to serve 2-3 persons; fits well in most fridges, perfect to prepare and serve cold or hot beverages, water, iced tea, fruit infused juices.
- [Elegant Design]: Handmade, beautiful looking, adds luster to your table.
- [Dishwasher-safe]: Dishwasher-safe without harsh detergents, but hand washing is recommended.
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Name: Glass Pitcher / Tea Pitcher / Water Carafe / Drink Pitcher / Beverage Jug
Material: Borosilicate glass with Silica gel and Stainless steel Lid
1.Nice looking and very useful.
2.High boron element is used in this carafe to replace the large number of harmful heavy metal ions occurs in ordinary glass, such as lead and zinc, etc. Human body won't be affected by heavy metal ions in long-term use.
3.The brittleness and weight of the borosilicate glass are at a much lower level than those of ordinary glass. Therefore, this glass carafe looks much thinner than that made of ordinary glass, however, it is light and durable.
4.Due to the low expansion coefficient, high softening point and good thermal shock resistance of the high borosilicate, this carafe can withstand rapid temperature changes from 0°F to 300°F, and it is suitable to boil water and tea on an open flame.
5.The lid made of food grade 18/8 stainless steel and silica gel ensures the healthiness and harmlessness of the whole product.
1.Cleaning the product with a dishwasher is allowed, however, hand washing is recommended.
2.Please clean the water carafe throughout before using for the first time.
3.It is recommended to clean and dry the carafe immediately after using to prevent stubborn stains.
4.If there appears stubborn stains such as tea stains, please put the product in a basin or other container with boiled water and vinegar, soak it for 10 minutes, and then wash it with a brush.
1.Glass ware is fragile, be careful please when using or cleaning it.
2.The lid doesn't seal, so please don't use it as airtight container.
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Do not buy this pitcher.
5-stars for sturdiness. It is as strong as a glass jar can be. So, you do have to be very careful not to drop it or bump it against surfaces. It is glass, so it will break. The handle appears strong enough to easily carry the 2 liter of water/drink that the jar holds.
5-stars for value for money. Considering the overall quality, build and look, the price is good ($30 as I write this review).
The handle may seem thin but even when filled at maximum capacity it hasn't snapped or come off.
This would make a great pitcher for serving iced tea, lemonade, iced water with mint leaves and lemon slices or whatever else strikes your fancy. Set it on the breakfast table in the morning to impress your guests or for family to help themselves!
If I bought this I would keep it and be happy with it, even with the tiny dent because it's just that nice to look at.
Amazon representatives to remove this item from sales inventory. I wish I had read all reviews before purchasing this pitcher. And now,
apparently my return timeline window ended 4 days ago. What an absolute waste of money.
Is there a way for me to contact the manufacturer to secure a refund for this clearly low quality, defective glass item? 68 Ounces Glass Pitcher with Lid, Water Jug for Hot/Cold Water, Ice Tea and Juice Beverage
Hey, AMAZON, YOU CAN DO BETTER!
It's made of glass, so to be on the safe side I place it on the woven trivet.
The big, oversized handle is an awesome idea.
The silicone ring on the lid makes it safer to close the pitcher.
The lid has to openings to pour drinks - a big one, and perforated one, in case there are fruits or ice or any other infusers.
Our main reason for ordering more is a complaint we have had with every. other. pitcher. we have ever owned. The post-pour drip! I finally got fed up with the plastic pitcher we picked up years ago. Needing to take off the lid, pour it over the sink, and it would STILL drip. It is now gone and replaced with these. Our family now owns 4.
When I originally ordered these two years ago I was a bit hesitant because of many reviews questioning their durability. I will admit, they were light with thin glass. Despite that, we've never had any issues. Fast forward to today... I took the new puppies out of the box and immediately knew something was different. Shape is the same, cap is the same, dimensions are the same... it's the weight. Perhaps they took feedback from the reviews here, but the new pitchers definitely weigh more. How do I know? Because I weighed the darn things to make sure I wasn't crazy. The old pitchers weigh 500g and the new ones weigh 580g. Luckily I had two of each old and new to confirm. Spot on with both measurements. Personally, I am a fan of the lighter version, but I can understand wanting to beef them up a bit to deal with owners who have cracked them.
I don't recommend many products, but leaking, dripping pitchers is an issue everyone has had. With these, you will not have this issue.
My first pitcher lasted almost 6 months before the bottom cracked and fell out - presumably as a result of it cooling too fast, but I really liked the design and size, so I bought another one. I was more careful, but that one only made it a month and a half before the bottom broke while I was pouring room temp water into the pitcher just after pouring hot (not boiling) water from it. Two is enough.
If you're really, really careful and basically alter how you run your kitchen to accommodate this delicate pitcher, you might get a year out of one before discarding its shards, but I wouldn't count on it.