Premium Plastic Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute, 8pcs

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  • Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute
  • Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute
  • Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute
  • Premium Plastic Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute, 8pcs
  • Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute
  • Premium Plastic Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute, 8pcs
  • Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute
  • Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute
  • Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute
  • Premium Plastic Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute, 8pcs
  • Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute
  • Premium Plastic Silver Stemmed Champagne Flute, 8pcs

Make a toast in fuss-free style with the Mozaik Premium Plastic Silver Stemmed Champagne Flutes. These glasses feature a classic shape and a chic silver base so you can easily celebrate a new job, a milestone birthday, New Year’s Eve or just a Wednesday night without having to break out  or break your crystal flutes. Each set of glasses come eight to a package. Serve mimosas and bellinis at brunch and then either recycle the glasses, or hand wash them for your next celebration.

  • Includes eight (8) 3.5 oz champagne flutes
  • Make a toast in style without breaking out and/or breaking the crystal
  • Premium plastic has a sleek and stylish silver stem with a classic shape
  • Suitable for indoor or outdoor entertaining
  • Kosher-Parve certified; BPA-free
  • Reusable and/or recyclable. Do not use in dishwasher; Hand wash for re-use
  • 4
    Stemmed

    Posted by Anonymous on Jan 31st 2018

    These Mozaik Premium Plastic Silver Stemmed Champagne Flutes are a nice casual set. They are plastic so not that fancy but are made to look like silver stemmed flutes so they look nice. Good for a small get together or party for sure.

  • 4
    Look great but relatively expensive

    Posted by Anonymous on Jan 22nd 2018

    I got these just in time for a New Year's party. They look great and the quality is good enough that they don't feel disposable. I didn't have to worry about broken glasses or washing. I took a star off because they're really not that cheap and in some cases you could even buy glasses that cost the same or less.

  • 5
    They look like fancy glasses!

    Posted by Anonymous on Jan 9th 2018

    These were so fun to use on New Year's Eve! They look like real champagne glasses. Unless you are actually holding one, it's hard to tell that they are plastic. I think the silver detailing is what made them look so realistic. They are sturdy enough that if you wanted to, you could wash them out and use them again. Or you could throw them out if you don't feel like cleaning up.

  • 2
    Cheap quality- wobbly

    Posted by Anonymous on Jan 7th 2018

    We used this for New Years toast. I was not overly impressed with the quality. They are very thin and lightweight - a bit more than expected because it makes them flimsy feeling and easy to tip. This is exacerbated by the wobbly nature. They wobble and do not sit flat. I am not sure if this is because the bottom is not completely flat or is just the result of lightweight plastic and a high center of gravity. Either way it’s not a good mix to have flimsy drink containers with people that are drinking alcohol - expect spills! Also the silver stems had scratches in them when I opened. I probably would just use the real thing if I had enough, or look for a bit higher quality plastic wear if having a large party.

  • 1
    VERY poor quality - all were broken and some were even lopsided!

    Posted by Anonymous on Jan 5th 2018

    I wanted to really like these but they came broken. I hadn't realized it until I pulled them out of the package, but each base of the stems had cracks in them so when you put the weight of any liquid the whole thing came down. The package wasn't even beat up, so I don't know what the deal was. The plastic is REALLY cheap, honestly... very thin, brittle and some of the glasses were even lopsided and made that way. I wasn't expecting super high quality, but I was wanting something that I could use over and over for the small kids on special occasions for soda and ice... and these just wouldn't have worked even if they were in good shape.<br /><br />They ARE cute, just very poor quality

  • 5
    Pretty for plastic cups, balanced well to sit level on a table

    Posted by Anonymous on Jan 4th 2018

    We often serve mimosas at dinner when we entertain and I have several sets of lovely champagne flutes in various styles. However, the last gathering resulted in two of the nicer flutes being broken when they were accidentally dropped. Not again.<br /><br />These disposable flutes are the solution for larger groups. They look far nicer than typical plastic cups with the silver stems and clear top waiting to be filled with bubbly. I'm pleased with how level the bottoms are so they sit smoothly on a table. Dropping them isn't a catastrophe and that's all I wanted.

  • 3
    A bit pricey compared to alternatives.

    Posted by Anonymous on Jan 3rd 2018

    These two piece plastic flutes are attractive but pricey as you can get 30 Clear Plastic Champagne Toasting Flutes for a similar price and you can get a set of 12 Glass Toasting Flutes for a similar unit price. These are also less stable than glass flutes as the center of gravity is higher as the stems are very light.

  • 4
    Champagne Glasses on a Beer Budget

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 21st 2017

    These glasses look like the real thing. they have the same sleek design of a champagne flute and the silver stem and base is a nice touch. Up close you can see that they are plastic. They are very light and don't hold much. They are both recyclable and reusable. Hand wash only. They are fun for a kids table or a celebration where you don't want to struggle with glass. Although they are flimsy none of the ones in my pack arrived damaged. I love the look and the quality is about what you would expect for the current price.

  • 3
    Elegant looking but thin, breaks easily, disposable. They each hold about 3-4 healthy sized sips.

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 19th 2017

    These are definitely disposable.<br /><br />They are pretty and look elegant, but they break way too easily being made of thin plastic. They are quite thin and the stems will just snap off if they aren't treated about as delicately as you have to treat glassware. The packaging they come in offers little protection.<br />They are good for one night and that's it. They are a good shape for champagne but they only offer about 3 good drinks before they need refilling, so they are small too.