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Baccarat 4x 443ml Double Wall Glass AU $34.99 in Store and Online

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House is having a big sale, the sales lady also said there will be another one early June.
Not a bad deal, bought one set from the WA Cannington store, also available online. Was labelled $107

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  • Overall, that's a good deal.

    I checked out the recently listed glasses at the Reject Shop. The Reject Shop glasses are $5 for 2 (v/s $35 for 4 for this deal).
    The Reject Shop glasses are :-

    • nowhere near as nice as these glasses
    • 300ml v/s these 443 ml glasses
    • have a hole in the bottom of the each glass (note: i'm assuming the House Glasses do not have a hole)

    So if you consider the larger size, nicer styling and better finish, then these glasses are worth the extra money when you compare you're paying $10 for 4 v/s $17.50 for 4.

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      How does 4 for $35 become 4 for $17.50?! The magic of Algebra?

  • Are these really Baccarat glassware? I cannot find the model "Facet" on Baccarat's web site and the price is unrealistically low for Baccarat.

    • House is owned by Playcorp. Baccarat is a Playcorp brand. Playcorp will keep certain models exclusive for House stores. I'd bet Facet is one of them.

      • According to Wikipedia, Baccarat is owned by Groupe du Louvre which in turn is owned by Starwood Capital. I reckon there are two unrelated Baccarat glassware companies, one is a prestige brand and the other a budget brand.

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          Or maybe its like Tefal. They have a prestige, quality range and a more affordable range.

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      The have the model on Baccarat.com.au but not the exact same glasses

  • 236ml versions also one sale for $24.99, down from $79.96.
    https://www.house.com.au/product/baccarat-facet-8-oz~236ml-d...

  • The hole in the bottom of the glass is, or should be, in the bottom of all dual wall glasses, to prevent air pressure building up between the two glass layers. These baccarat glasses do have the hole, I know as I bought a set of the 236ml today from house. They've got an upto 70% off sale on.

  • Is the cavity inside the layers vacuum? I recently bought some double walled glasses from Avancer and realised that it will not insulate because the inside of the walls is not vacuum. In fact you can see condensation inside the walls if you put cold drinks in the glasses.

  • Are any of the cookware sets there worth getting/looking at?