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Schott Zwiesel® Bar Collection Soft-Drink Tumbler, 13.1 oz.

World-renowned bartender and author of the definitive American Bar, Charles Schumann and German glassmaker Schott Zwiesel bring you the ultimate collection for the bar. Each piece is brilliantly clear lead-free Tritan® Crystal, break-resistant and dishwasher safe.

The design follows the ambition that each glass underlines the specific character of its respective drinks. The proven internationally-patented Tritan technology caters to functional handling and optimal presentation of the glasses. The technology ensures that each glass will still sparkle as it did on the first day after years of use.

The soft-drink tumbler #3 has a 13.1-oz. capacity that’s tall and lean—an elegant choice for classic highballs, fizzes, negronis, or a Cuba libre. Made in Germany.
 
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Capacity: 13.1 oz.
  • Material: Lead-free Tritan Crystal
  • Made in Germany
 
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Awesome glassware
This glass is beautiful and delicate but amazingly tough to break. I drink out of these all day every day, have dropped them from waist high on to carpet... no problems. Did I mention dishwasher safe
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September 28, 2011
Almost perfect
I love these glasses! They are light and thin enough for me to hold firmly in my hand without fear of dropping. They are also simple, attractive, and go with anything. The only quibble I have with the description is the ""break-resistant"" label. We have broken several (dropping on the floor or in sink) and have chipped a lot more along the rim (not sure how). Still, I feel they are worth replacing
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