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3-Quart Anchor Hocking 13" x 9" Glass Casserole Baking Dish

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Walmart has 3-Quart Anchor Hocking 13" x 9" Glass Casserole Baking Dish for $6.18. Select free store pickup where stock permits otherwise, shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (30-Day free trial) or on orders of $35+.

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  • 3-qt glass baking dish
  • Tempered for maximum durability
  • Microwave, pre-heated oven, refrigerator, freezer and dishwasher safe

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Walmart.com [walmart.com]has 3-Qt. Anchor Hocking 13" x 9" Glass Casserole Baking Dish for $6.18. Select Free Store Pickup or Shipping is free w/ Walmart+ or on $35+
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Dollar tree isn't going to have an Anchor Hocking baking dish for $1.25.
From Anchor Hocking's website:
"all U.S. manufactured glass bakeware, regardless of manufacturer, is made from tempered soda-lime-silicate glass. "

Soda-lime-silicate glass not Borosilicate Glass. So this is similar to pyrex (with a small "p") and not PYREX (with a large p)- —- which, I guess, is what I'd expect for $6.

What's the difference? - soda lime silicate can shatter with sudden temp changes- ie, if you took it out of a hot oven and ran cold water on it—- for most oven uses it's fine as long as you are careful

From their website:"AVOID SUDDEN OR SEVERE TEMPERATURE CHANGES. Do not add liquid to a hot dish. Handle hot dishes with a dry cloth or potholder. Never place hot dish on wet or cold surfaces."
Can't tell if this is just typical price, but can also get a slightly different one with lid for $9.97
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Anchor.../519223323

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chk out dollar tree first

Dollar tree isn't going to have an Anchor Hocking baking dish for $1.25.
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Dollar tree isn't going to have an Anchor Hocking baking dish for $1.25.
That is true, but sometimes they get Anchor Hocking brown box stuff.

I bought 12 20oz glass beer mugs that were made in the USA Anchor Hocking. Buck a piece!
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Can't tell if this is just typical price, but can also get a slightly different one with lid for $9.97
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Anchor.../519223323
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Here's a 7 piece set for $15.97 as well Anchor Hocking Clear Glass Bakeware Set, 7 Piece Set https://www.walmart.com/ip/15715127
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Not available anymore.
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From Anchor Hocking's website:
"all U.S. manufactured glass bakeware, regardless of manufacturer, is made from tempered soda-lime-silicate glass. "

Soda-lime-silicate glass not Borosilicate Glass. So this is similar to pyrex (with a small "p") and not PYREX (with a large p)- —- which, I guess, is what I'd expect for $6.

What's the difference? - soda lime silicate can shatter with sudden temp changes- ie, if you took it out of a hot oven and ran cold water on it—- for most oven uses it's fine as long as you are careful

From their website:"AVOID SUDDEN OR SEVERE TEMPERATURE CHANGES. Do not add liquid to a hot dish. Handle hot dishes with a dry cloth or potholder. Never place hot dish on wet or cold surfaces."
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From Anchor Hocking's website:
"all U.S. manufactured glass bakeware, regardless of manufacturer, is made from tempered soda-lime-silicate glass. "

Soda-lime-silicate glass not Borosilicate Glass. So this is similar to pyrex (with a small "p") and not PYREX (with a large p)- —- which, I guess, is what I'd expect for $6.

What's the difference? - soda lime silicate can shatter with sudden temp changes- ie, if you took it out of a hot oven and ran cold water on it—- for most oven uses it's fine as long as you are careful

From their website:"AVOID SUDDEN OR SEVERE TEMPERATURE CHANGES. Do not add liquid to a hot dish. Handle hot dishes with a dry cloth or potholder. Never place hot dish on wet or cold surfaces."
Yeah, I remember this happening to my mom once when I was a kid. Thirty years later, I brought one over to a friend's house for a dinner party. One of her teenage sons tried to clean out the pan when it was hot and it shattered into a freaking thousand pieces. I had fun picking glass out of the garbage disposal.
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Not borosilicate which is a safer form of oven glass and is used in laboratory glass ware. Other countries mandate borosilicate for this type of use.
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Quote from arima :
Can't tell if this is just typical price, but can also get a slightly different one with lid for $9.97
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Anchor.../519223323 [walmart.com]
This looks great, and I'm not knocking it, but can someone tell me if the lids suck one these in general (not necessarily this one) because they're hard to make good at a price people will pay or because it's some kind of BS planned obsolescence?
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Quote from NMjack12 :
From Anchor Hocking's website:
"all U.S. manufactured glass bakeware, regardless of manufacturer, is made from tempered soda-lime-silicate glass. "

Soda-lime-silicate glass not Borosilicate Glass. So this is similar to pyrex (with a small "p") and not PYREX (with a large p)- —- which, I guess, is what I'd expect for $6.

What's the difference? - soda lime silicate can shatter with sudden temp changes- ie, if you took it out of a hot oven and ran cold water on it—- for most oven uses it's fine as long as you are careful

From their website:"AVOID SUDDEN OR SEVERE TEMPERATURE CHANGES. Do not add liquid to a hot dish. Handle hot dishes with a dry cloth or potholder. Never place hot dish on wet or cold surfaces."
I love posts like this where I learn useful things. Thanks and repped
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Adding $7.99 to my pick up order since my total is less than $35, so I will pass. Thanks for posting.
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