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42-Piece White Elements Dinnerware Set (Service for 6) EXPIRED

JNL 202 April 30, 2016 at 02:36 PM in Kitchenware & Cookware (5) More Macy's Deals
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Promoted 04-30-2016 by longmanj9 at 05:17 PM View Original Post
Macy's has 42-Piece White Elements Dinnerware Set (Service for 6) for $34.99 - 25% off with promo code FRIEND = $26.24. Shipping is free. Thanks JNL

Prices after 25% promo code FRIEND = $26.24Includes:
  • 6x 10.5" Square Dinner Plates
  • 6x 8" Square Dessert Plates
  • 6x 6" Bread Plates
  • 6x 5" Cereal Bowls
  • 6x 4.5" Small Bowls
  • 6x 4" Dip Bowls
  • 6x 3" Finger Bowls

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Written by longmanj9

If you spend over $100, you may qualify for a $25 Macy's Gift Card via Slickdeals Rebate
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Edited April 30, 2016 at 05:16 PM by TattyBear
Was looking for some casual use plates and bowls and came across this

Sale price $34.99
Extra 25% + $25 Free shipping code: FRIEND = $26.24 + FS

Product Details
Classic style, modern convenience. The Paloma Embossed dinnerware set is big on elegance with service for six plus extra bowls crafted of versatile white porcelain.

Includes 6 of each of the following: 10.5" dinner plates, 8" dessert plates, 6" bread plates, 6" cereal bowls, 4.5" round bowls, 4" fruit bowls and 3" dip bowls
Macy's exclusive
Dishwasher and microwave safe
Web ID: 683174

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Ok, so I just trudged through 100+ reviews on (reviews were from all 3 sets of dishes) and unfortunately there are 2 glaring dealbreakers for me and I thought I'd share:

We would've used these as a 'daily dish'. If just for special occasions, any of these sets may be just right. However, know that these dishes and microwave ovens don't play well together.

When using in a microwave, evidently these become extremely HOT. We use our current Corelle dishes to warm up food in the microwave all the time and the plate/bowl is rarely ever too hot to handle.

Also, after reading about 9-10 reviews stating their plates/bowls CRACKED while being used in the microwave just 2 mins or less, I had to just scratch my head. Huh?! What exactly are the awful materials they are using in the manufacturing process when creating these dishes?!

I've NEVER experienced a cracked dish/cup resulting from being heated up via a microwave oven. This is totally unacceptable.

You wouldn't buy a type of boat (no matter the price or how awesome it looked) if said boat had a history of developing leaks or sinking, right?

Although the price is cheap and Macy's has a great return policy, seems like these sets are more trouble than they are worth.

Although, I will say these dishes might work for these situations:

1. Occassional use
2. For someone that doesn't own/use a microwave oven
3. Someone needing a cheap starter set
4. Gifts for people you don't like (like a mother-in-law)

Ok. I'm done. :-)

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Awesome, thanks!
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Looks very cheaply made
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Quote from Nattefrost View Post :
Looks very cheaply made
got it last time around. it's pretty good. cracked one in microwave but it was an odd circumstance. doesn't look or feel cheap. not the greatest but not cheap at the same time.
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Quote from Nattefrost View Post :
Looks very cheaply made
Don't get out much to compare vendor dishes, do u? Even in the pics, they don"t look cheap or will come w many flaws. 42 pieces at this price is good plus a CB site or promo.
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Last edited by ballershanelle April 30, 2016 at 04:52 PM.
Have the same round set in the op pic.
Theryre nice, not too cheap either.
Ive chipped a few of them being rough. So thinking anout a second set.
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Bowling for dishes geez that's a lot of bowls
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How do you get 61K feedback? Holy smokes!
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Quote from dualityofman View Post :
Bowling for dishes geez that's a lot of bowls
I have this set, and I love all the bowls. The smallest ones are great for condiments, or for kids small servings of fruit, the next size up great for yogurt and prepping. They are a great weight not too heavy not too light. Haven't chipped a one,and had them over the years.
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and done...sweet thx
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Which one is good. Cressida Square vs Paloma Embossed. Liking Square one.
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Dont like porcelain, too heavy.
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We just moved into our new place and needed a set!
Ordered the Hampton Square set, thanks!!
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anyone know the country of origin? at this price I am guessing China but figured I'd ask.
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