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
    Pretty Plastic

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 18th 2017

    When I first got these, I thought they looked light and cheap in the package. I washed one out before using it and when I flicked out the excess water, the top of the glass flew off as well. It didn't break and went back on easily enough. I mention this because the package says they are one-piece. They are small if your planning on drinking out of them all night; however, if you are looking for glasses to have on the table for guests to fill and toast, I think they are perfect. The stainless-steel coated bases really are classier than any other plastic disposables I've seen. You can wash them out and reuse them, but it would have to be by hand, I don't think they could take the dishwasher.

  • 3
    Mixed feelings on these

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 17th 2017

    Over the past 25 years, we have managed to break nearly all of our wine glasses. We're down to two that don't match.<br /><br />Coming up on New Year's Eve, I wanted to have something a little more champagne-glass-like for us to do our traditional sparkling cider in. There are seven of us, so a set of eight MATCHING glasses sounds amazing, and I'm not terribly worried about whether or not they are durable for the long term.<br /><br />I tested them out before New Year's Eve, obviously, since I am writing this review. And my opinions are a bit mixed. First, one of the glasses arrived broken. It looked fine in the package, but the bowl was no longer attached to the stem. Another glass has some weird colors on the plastic. I have determined it is still usable, so we will have seven glasses for our New Year's toast.<br /><br />Actually using the glasses is fine. I made sure to hang on as I poured the wine, though, as they are really light. I like the size, I like the feel of them in my hand, and they are fine to drink from. As long as you aren't aggressive in your washing, they clean up pretty well (we handwash everything). The one disappointing thing that my kids picked up on immediately (they had cranapple juice) was that you couldn't "clink" them well. No satisfactory ping, but more of a click.<br /><br />These are currently not available, so I am not entirely certain of the price point. If these are somewhere around $12 or less ($1.50 per glass), I would be satisfied with them. Anything over that, and I would think it would be better to go get a cheap set of real glasses at Walmart or somewhere.

  • 1
    TERRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD PRODUCT...

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 15th 2017

    Probably one of the worst quality products I've used in a VERY long time.<br /><br />PROS<br />1. they look nice<br /><br />CONS<br />1. they are so lightweight and flimsy, it's hard to have them stand without someone walking past knocking them over<br />2. the top "glass part" comes off the stem so easily, they aren't even glued together<br />3. I received 8 glasses but only 6 were useable (2 were broken, see pics)<br />4. unusable in my opinion, as I'd never serve any drink of dessert in these ridiculously made glasses

  • 4
    Still plastic, but they look good

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 15th 2017

    These are plastic. So they don't have the weight of a nice glass champagne flute. But they do look good and won't make a mess if broken.<br /><br />They are a little too pricey to be disposable. But they would work well for an outdoor party where you do not want to deal with glass, but don't want plain plastic cups.

  • 5
    Great, plastic flutes that look like glass

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 12th 2017

    At the current price - $8.50 - these are great! From 5 feet away, they look like glass. The sliver plastic is glossy too. I was concerned they would look like plastic, but they look really good, even up close!<br />They're pretty durable when dropped too! They're a great take-along set if you're bringing a champagne or spumante drink to a party and we've washed and reused them a couple of time. They're getting small scratches (mostly where they were dropped) but overall seem to be holding up beautifully.<br /><br />They are VERY light. You need to hold the base when pouring or else an over-enthusiastic pour will knock them over. (Ask me how I know...)<br /><br />Because they have distinctive silver stems, we plan to use them for the non-alcoholic beverages at the next NYE party.

  • 5
    Great plastic stemware!

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 12th 2017

    These are really nice plastic champagne glasses. If you needed champagne glasses for a crowd these will certainly do the job nicely. Personally, I don’t use these for champagne, but rather as a real-looking alternative to champagne glasses for my children for special occasions. There are cheaper alternatives out there, but these look far nicer and they are sturdier. My children are pretty savvy and if I am going to get away with giving them plastic, it had better look nice!<br />These can be hand washed, which can be worthwhile if you don’t have massive quantities in question.

  • 3
    not worth it

    Posted by Anonymous on Dec 8th 2017

    Note: prices discussed are from December 2017.<br /><br />The current price shows at $17.99, and that's WAY TOO MUCH for this. You can literally buy 6 real glass ones for $14.99 here: https://www.amazon.com/Ikea-Svalka-Champagne-flute-Glass/dp/9178891655/ref=sr_1_1?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1512767542&sr=1-1&keywords=champagne&refinements=p_n_material_browse%3A366825011<br />And there are Many other similar options if you look around at about the same price.<br /><br />Considering these are plastic, which is already kind of terrible, and that they are not exactly reusable or washable (the silver part comes off and looks bad with minimal washing), you are not getting a great value. They are very lightweight, and therefore prone to tip over, and brand new out of the box, I saw imperfections and little scratches.<br /><br />If they were cheaper, it might be worth it, but at the current price, you should just buy real glass ones, which will last you as long as they don't break, and the environment will also thank you,