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Kohl's Cardholders: 40-pc Food Network Stoneware Dinnerware Set (Service For 8) EXPIRED

daisybeetle 12,986 73,313 October 17, 2016 at 08:14 AM in Kitchenware & Cookware (4) More Kohl's Deals
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Promoted 10-17-2016 by brisar at 12:40 PM View Original Post
Kohls.com has (for Kohl's Cardholders): The 40-Piece Food Network Stoneware Dinnerware Set (Service for 8) for $35 when you apply promo codes PUMPKIN30 and HOME10 at checkout. Shipping is free w/ promo code SHIP4FREE. Thanks daisybeetle

Includes:
  • Eight 10" dinner plates
  • Eight 8" salad plates
  • Eight 7" soup/cereal bowls
  • Eight 8.75" bowls
  • Eight 10-oz. coffee mugs

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The 30% off and free shipping promo codes require a Kohl's Charge Card to redeem offer. For more information about this card, click here.- brisar

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Edited October 19, 2016 at 02:27 PM by cricket702
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  • PUMPKIN30 for 30% off
  • HOME10 for $10 off $50
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40-Piece Food Network Dinnerware Set [kohls.com] (Service For 8) $35 after all codes

WHAT'S INCLUDED
  • Eight 10-in. dinner plates
  • Eight 8-in. salad plates
  • Eight 7-in. soup/cereal bowls
  • Eight 8.75-in. bowls
  • Eight 10-oz. coffee mugs
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#3
How is this quality compared to coralware?
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Bad quality . Got two plates chipped
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How is this quality compared to coralware?
You mean corelle? Not even close ... you can drop corelle and even bang it together, and it won't chip or break. And corelle is actually tinted glass, it's not "china". It's more like pyrex than anything. Just like tempered glass, you can hit it with a hammer and it won't break.

This is "stoneware". You look at it wrong, and it will break and/or chip. You couldn't pay me to take this stuff.

I bet my mom still has the same set of corelle from when I was growing up.
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Quote from kschlege View Post :
You mean corelle? Not even close ... you can drop corelle and even bang it together, and it won't chip or break. And corelle is actually tinted glass, it's not "china". It's more like pyrex than anything. Just like tempered glass, you can hit it with a hammer and it won't break.

This is "stoneware". You look at it wrong, and it will break and/or chip. You couldn't pay me to take this stuff.

I bet my mom still has the same set of corelle from when I was growing up.
Second the quality of Corelle. Not sure if I'd say it is droppable or would survive hitting each other at high impact, but kschlege is probably right. My mom also has had the same set for well over 30 years, and they might be older than that.

I just spent the extra money last week to buy some Corelle for myself. There was a deal for Halloween design embellished Corelle bowls and plates on SD for really cheap about 8-9 years ago, so I didn't realize how much they truly cost (I've since lost that set). Worth it to me. Definitely much more resistant to breaking/chipping and much nicer finish.
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Second the quality of Corelle. Not sure if I'd say it is droppable or would survive hitting each other at high impact, but kschlege is probably right. My mom also has had the same set for well over 30 years, and they might be older than that.

I just spent the extra money last week to buy some Corelle for myself. There was a deal for Halloween design embellished Corelle bowls and plates on SD for really cheap about 8-9 years ago, so I didn't realize how much they truly cost (I've since lost that set). Worth it to me. Definitely much more resistant to breaking/chipping and much nicer finish.
I've only seen corelle break once. My roommate in college was washing dishes and he had them soaking in SUPER hot water. He took it out of the hot water and rinsed it off in cold water. It broke in a couple pieces and it was really really loud.
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Ok, but should people buy this OR $ store/TJ/BigLots shit?

I am thinking about it as I have never had a totally matching set. LOL.
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are these nukable ?
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Second the quality of Corelle. Not sure if I'd say it is droppable or would survive hitting each other at high impact
Corelle is not indestructible. I've dropped a plate here and there over the years and when they shatter they break into a million pieces. Bigger pieces and lots and lots of tiny shards everywhere. Be very careful cleaning up. Other than that Corelle is great, hard to chip and long lasting...ust don't drop them.
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I bought Corelli because of the great comments of SDers months ago because I didn't want to use plastic for my kids food; the corelles didn't last 6 months everything broke except for 2 bowl and cups(didn't use them). So I'm back to plastic bowls for the kids, I just warm up the food inhales bowls then transfer to their plates. If anyone knows any plates/bowls that are kids friendly and health-y (no plastic leaching into the food) I'd like to know.
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Quote from BunkerMentality View Post :
Corelle is not indestructible. I've dropped a plate here and there over the years and when they shatter they break into a million pieces. Bigger pieces and lots and lots of tiny shards everywhere. Be very careful cleaning up. Other than that Corelle is great, hard to chip and long lasting...just don't drop them.
Probably depends on what you drop them on. My parents had linoleum flooring, so it's pretty soft to begin with. Never broke one dropping it. Now if you have tile, I'm guessing they will break. Wood is pretty "soft", so not sure about wood flooring.
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Thanks.
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Last edited by RPdeals26 October 17, 2016 at 11:23 PM.
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I've had Corelle dishes since 1972. My toddler would pull place mats with plates onto a terrazo tile and they broke, but Corelle replaced them. I guess that was considered "normal use" LOL. Still using them. That toddler is 44 now and still eats from those Corelle dishes
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Quote from LuvSaving View Post :
I bought Corelli because of the great comments of SDers months ago because I didn't want to use plastic for my kids food; the corelles didn't last 6 months everything broke except for 2 bowl and cups(didn't use them). So I'm back to plastic bowls for the kids, I just warm up the food inhales bowls then transfer to their plates. If anyone knows any plates/bowls that are kids friendly and health-y (no plastic leaching into the food) I'd like to know.
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Fiesta is probably the first kind I think of when it comes to holding up to kids, and eventually I can put the melamine and plastic (for kids) out to pasture. They are definitely actual dinnerware, but durable as heck, I bang them together on occasion and accidentally drop in sink, and one mug survived a 3' fall to linoleum. Granted I would have thought that Corelle could hold up to kids, but it is just not what I wanted Smilie
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