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Great for parties too! Show them off to your guests!
I love these mugs! Everyone that sees them asks where i found them? At first they seemed a bit small? But they hold more then you would think . I have purchased 4 of the tinted jars to form a complete set . They hold up to daily use, and are a durable thick glass . Great for parties too! Show them off to your guests!
It is very affordable for such a sturdy product.
Good product. I enjoy the same day delivery. My office cleaner asking where did I get these cups cause she thinks it is useful. It is very affordable for such a sturdy product.
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These are also great for all kinds of things, such as juice, leftovers, etc.
The inscribed Mason Jars are attractive and functional. I purchased these to store olive oil which I keep refrigerated. The handle makes it easy to carry and the wide mouth makes it easy to spoon out solidified oil. The stainless steel single-piece lid is much better than two-piece canning lids when using mason jars for non-canning purposes. These are also great for all kinds of things, such as juice, leftovers, etc. And it’s glass so no worries about issues with some plastics. The handle makes it easy to carry the jar and may prevent dropping it.
Great for everyday use. It has been used every single day for the last 2 months.
This drinking glass/jar has a wide mouth so the opposite side doesn’t touch your mouth or face when drinking from it.
Holds a lot of liquid. Great for everyday use. It has been used every single day for the last 2 months. No complaints.
I’ll be picking up more for Christmas presents.
How To Choose The Right Mason Jar
Mason jars are no longer simply transparent jars used for fresh preserving. With modern manufacturing capabilities, mason jars come in a diverse range of shapes, sizes, and colours that serve a wide range of purposes. Whether you are preserving meat, fruits, or repurposing them for drinks or decorations, there is perfect mason jar for you.
Learn how to choose a mason jar best suited for the job.
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