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Pyrex 8-Pc Glass Mixing Bowl Set (4-Bowls+4-Lids) EXPIRED

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Macy's.com has Pyrex Glass Mixing & Storage Sets on sale for $14.99 per set. Shipping is free on orders $25+. Thanks brisar
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Sale ends 3/29/20 for the 8-Piece set and 4/5/20 for the 12-Piece Set.

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Macy's.com [macys.com] has Pyrex Glass Mixing & Storage Sets on sale for $14.99 per set. Shipping is free on $25+ orders.
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Apparently PYREX and pyrex are different. The lowercase pyrex is produced by World Kitchen and made out of soda-lime glass. PYREX (original) is made of borosilicate glass.

pyrex has a chance of exploding, while PYREX, the original, doesn't.

edit: I have pyrex. I personally haven't had an issue, but pyrex (lowercase) is rumored to be lower quality.
This is correct, soda-lime glass isn't as resistant to thermal shock as borosilicate glass. It's worth noting (and someone more knowledgeable please correct me if I'm wrong) that pyrex has been made from soda-lime glass for the past 20+ years so if you're searching for orginal PYREX you're probably going to be looking at yard sales, estate sales, antique shops, etc for that stuff.

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Kroger also has the same deal for the 8 piece set for those in the midwest.

https://www.kroger.com/p/pyrex-sm...7116005628
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Thanks grabbed both for free shipping.
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Thanks, got 2 of the 8-piece.
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Would buy if it were PYREX™
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It is Pyrex. I'm not sure what you're referring to.
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It is Pyrex. I'm not sure what you're referring to.
Apparently PYREX and pyrex are different. The lowercase pyrex is produced by World Kitchen and made out of soda-lime glass. PYREX (original) is made of borosilicate glass.

pyrex has a chance of exploding, while PYREX, the original, doesn't.

edit: I have pyrex. I personally haven't had an issue, but pyrex (lowercase) is rumored to be lower quality.
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It is Pyrex. I'm not sure what you're referring to.
American and European pyrex are made from different materials, and unlike European chocolate(which is of much higher quality than the shit Hershey's produces), their Pyrex has superior heat resistance capacity(especially in sudden temperature change) due to borosilicate glass, which was the original pyrex material.

But for mixing bowls, I don't see how that would make any difference(even if you wanted to pour boiling liquid into a cold bowl). I do put these in microwave but never in the oven, so American pyrex does the job just fine for me.
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Apparently PYREX and pyrex are different. The lowercase pyrex is produced by World Kitchen and made out of soda-lime glass. PYREX (original) is made of borosilicate glass.

pyrex has a chance of exploding, while PYREX, the original, doesn't.

edit: I have pyrex. I personally haven't had an issue, but pyrex (lowercase) is rumored to be lower quality.

This is correct, soda-lime glass isn't as resistant to thermal shock as borosilicate glass. It's worth noting (and someone more knowledgeable please correct me if I'm wrong) that pyrex has been made from soda-lime glass for the past 20+ years so if you're searching for orginal PYREX you're probably going to be looking at yard sales, estate sales, antique shops, etc for that stuff.
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Thanks OP. The measuring bowl set plus both the 2 and 4 cup measuring cups came to just over $26 before tax. (using additional code VIP)
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Thank you! got two sets. I would rate this high over any plastic product. Environmental friendly and safe. Only problem has been lids. Where it is cracking....

Someone here posted these lids......https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0739P885F/ we got as a replacement for the lids....these lids are great replacement plus very good quality comparing other silicone products.
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This is window glass and the trade name, pyrex, means nothing very special. Save your money and look for something cheaper.
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I've put soda and lime together and it doesn't make glass, it just makes the soda fizz.
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