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 &#34;clink&#34; 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.