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16-Piece Corelle Livingware Dinnerware Set (white/aqua) EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 16-Piece Corelle Livingware Dinnerware Set w/ Service for 4 (white/aqua) for $27.71 - $6.30 (pick-up discount) = $21.41 with free store pick up. Thanks NeoTrix
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Amazon.com has 16-Piece Corelle Livingware Dinnerware Set w/ Service for 4 (white/aqua) for $21.41. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on $25 or more.
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Amazon is offeringCorelle Livingware 16-Piece Dinnerware Set [amazon.com]for $21.43. Shipping is free on orders $25 or more.

- Service for 4 includes: 4 each 10-1/4" Dinner Plates, 6-3/4" Bread and Butter Plates, - 18-Ounce Soup/Cereal Bowls, 11-Ounce Stoneware Mugs
- Made with break and scratch resistant patented Vitrelle glass technology
- Space saving design: lightweight and thin, yet extremely durable
- Microwave, dishwasher, and oven safe- patterns won't wash, wear, or scratch off
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Is this a good brand?
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Yes and its made of Viterelle glass, so its break resistant and light weight. I have dropped couple of bowls from counter top height and they never broke. I am not a big fan of the cups though.

The smaller plates are much smaller than shown in the picture.
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Yes and its made of Viterelle glass, so its break resistant and light weight. I have dropped couple of bowls from counter top height and they never broke. I am not a big fan of the cups though.
Generally it is very good. However, I had a 2 month old dinner plate shatter on the edge by just sitting in the cupboard. They replaced it no questions asked though.
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Generally it is very good. However, I had a 2 month old dinner plate shatter on the edge by just sitting in the cupboard. They replaced it no questions asked though.
I had split a plate in half by using a ceramic knife on it, but haven't broken any of the ones I dropped, so far..
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These are basically tempered glass. That's why when you drop them, they don't break.

But when they do break, they basically shatter into small sharp pieces, like glass does.

Also if you're able to "score" the plates with something sharp, they will split or crack like glass does too.
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Wish they had other designs up for grabs!

PS : love the brand!
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These are basically tempered glass. That's why when you drop them, they don't break.

But when they do break, they basically shatter into small sharp pieces, like glass does.

Also if you're able to "score" the plates with something sharp, they will split or crack like glass does too.
Agreed, had one bowl break and there were so many pieces of it I am still picking them 😜
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Agreed, had one bowl break and there were so many pieces of it I am still picking them 😜
Yup, glass shards EVERYWHERE, some of the pieces so small they are glass dust.
We stopped using corelle once we had kids.
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Yes and its made of Viterelle glass, so its break resistant and light weight. I have dropped couple of bowls from counter top height and they never broke. I am not a big fan of the cups though.

The smaller plates are much smaller than shown in the picture.
Agreed. They changed the cups to stoneware a few years ago and they're hideous. Much prefer the teacups from back in the day.
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I still use my parents Corelle plates from the 60s!
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Yup, glass shards EVERYWHERE, some of the pieces so small they are glass dust.
We stopped using corelle once we had kids.
Yep, broke one when I was younger. Vacuumed for hours ... still ended up with a small piece in my foot.
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Yup, glass shards EVERYWHERE, some of the pieces so small they are glass dust.
We stopped using corelle once we had kids.
Same, those little shards can fly and end up pretty far from where the dish broke. Real pain when they do break but it's not common.
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As a person with disabilities these are the best dishes ever. They are lightweight and not just a little bit different like 1/4 the weight of others. I was visiting a friend and couldn't even lift the plate because it was so heavy, especially when full of food. Never have had that problem with corelle. It holds up fantastic which is why part of the set i have is from 20+ years ago. The newer pieces are good quality too. My biggest problem is dropping them when I'm trying to wash them and when they hit a mug or something heavy they shatter into 400billion slivers of glass that will ruin your day or week. It's an enormous task to clean but still the benefit outweighs the drawbacks. I recommend Corelle to everyone i know.
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