deals6 reusable bpa-free double-wall tumblers, 16-oz w…

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great alternative to the set on Woot today!

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Look closely at the pictures of the product on Amazon. Two of the cups are cracked (as in damaged). If the product shot is damaged, I cannot imagine how likely it is that the ones ordered will not be. But maybe that's too much assuming on my part. If you skip to the (http://www.amazon.com/Reusable-BPA-Free-Double-Wall-Tumblers-16-Ounce/product-reviews/B00BYKJNW6/ref=cm_cr_dp_qt_hist_one?ie=UTF8&filterBy=addOneStar&showViewpoints=0")1 star reviews I think these reports are likely the case. I've had other less expensive cups and have not been impressed. If you want a high quality double wall cup I recommend Tervis Tumbler.

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hand wash only? no way they would come into my house

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@rbarger: good eye, they look like they were dropped and shattered! (The blue and red ones)

I have a number of the Tervis tumblers and they are awesome...probably the best you can buy.

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@rbarger: great catch. I can't believe they would have a photo of broken ones. Maybe the photographer decided to warn against buying them to those who would look at his picture.

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@rbarger: Tervis Tumblers don't seem to like hot drinks, being refrigerated, or dishwashers much either though. I still like them, but every one we have now has little cracks around the seal on the lip.

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@rbarger: I noticed that too and came to post the same thing !

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I saw these yesterday through an amazon email. I didn't notice the crack, but when I read "Hand wash only" I decided to pass. Glad that I did too, now that I've seen the poor quality of these cups.