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350ml

Soul Home6x Double Wall Glass Mugs

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R349

Retail: R600
About

This handmade set of 6 double-walled glasses is perfect for any coffee or tea lover. It is the perfect balance between style, comfort and drinking your beverage hot!

Product Features
  • Set of 6
  • Handmade with an attractive, sleek and modern look
  • Shatterproof and scratch-resistant
  • Easy to clean and dishwasher safe
  • Walled glasses will keep your water or coffee warm longer
  • Can withstand temperatures from -20 degrees Celsius to 150 degrees Celsius
  • Unique creative shape, strong permeability and a comfortable grip
  • Suited for home or for the office
  • Lightweight yet durable 
  • Perfect for weddings, parties, barbecues and picnics
  • We recommend cleaning the cup with neutral detergent when used the first time
  • Please note: Dishwasher safe, but separate from other dishes to avoid potential impact
Product Specifications
  • Material: Borosilicate glass
  • The instant bearing of temperature range: -20°C~150°C
  • Capacity options:  
    • 250ml
    • 350ml
    • 450ml
What's In The Box
  • 6 x Double Wall Glass Mugs
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