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The Today Show just did a good piece about Pyrex breakage (or lack there of, relative to the millions of Pyrex users). Note that Pyrex claims the formula is the same as it's always been.
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Anyone else notice that the photo doesn't match the spec's?
Jayne L. Wells
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norriscr wrote:Beware. I have these and half of the lids are now cracked. They don't hold up.
I have used these for years (the same set) and never had any problems. We use them in the freezer, oven, microwave, fridge.
I have dropped these many times from the counter top and they bounce and never had one break yet. My floor is not tile or stone though so YMMV.
Someone asked if they stack. Well in a way they do, but not like plastic. You can fit the same size bowl inside another and it will fit this is what we do. We can stack this set with 2 columns in our cabinets. Same with the rectangle set.
We have removed plastic for storage. this is just so much better.
Buckycubes and misc kids.woots.
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