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Rated 5 out of 5Â by CMDM Beautiful pitchers!
We bought 30 of these to stock the kitchen at our church. They are so gorgeous! The lids stay on while pouring. I like the way that the lids rotate to any position for straining, pouring (a little or a lot), or being completely closed. It doesn't pour extremely fast, but that wasn't a deal breaker for me. They seem to be quite durable. A pitcher or two was dropped on the floor during the washing up process, and nothing was broken or scratched. The packaging for shipping was excellent.
December 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Tawana37 Perfect Pitcher!
I had been looking for a nice, clear pitcher to keep drinks in the fridge. This pitcher is great. Not too small or big. Like that it is clear, so you know what's in it. Also, fits very nicely in the fridge without taking up to much room. Very easily cleaned.
August 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by robin05 Love this
Like another reviewer I couldn't find bpa free plastic pitchers locally, this was my first order from the container store and they are now my new favorite vendor. Arrived quickly packed with great care in perfect condition. The pitcher is sleek and elegant and the lid is awesome - it just sits on the top, so easy to remove or turn but it doesn't plop off when you are pouring. the footprint is 4 1/12 inches so it doesn't take alot of space in the fridge. Height is about 10 1/2. I ordered 2 because I break things so much. Easy to hold handle. Is it ok to love a pitcher?? I love this one.
August 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mela923 Great
We use this everyday, pour boiling hot tea into it and icing it down for everyday drinking. After breaking/chipping several glass pitchers it was time to go acrylic. BPA free and a little style, I thought I'd give it a try. It's large enough for several full glasses and durable enough for the dishwasher. Don't use a tough sponge on it as it will scratch. The lid has a closed, open and perforated pour setting, just turn it. It's perfect we will get a second when needed.
March 19, 2012