Virtually unbreakable—impact and shatter-resistant
Temperature-resistant; freezer-safe and can contain hot liquids up to the boiling point
Dishwasher-safe, lasting clarity
Avoid contact with sunscreen: Certain sunscreen products, including cosmetics and lotions containing sunscreen, may cause damage to many materials including plastic
Ensured long product life
Will retain color and gloss
Smooth flared sides and rounded rims
Secure fit with a cocktail shaker also make for a perfect mixing glass
Slight seams may be visible on the sides of the Vintage Collection due to the manufacturing process
Made in China
Eastman Tritan copolyester
Vintage Stemless Wine capacity
Vintage Stemmed Wine capacity
Vintage Champagne capacity
Hudson Tall capacity
Hudson Short capacity
The Pint capacity
Vero Short capacity
Vero Tall capacity
Vintage Stemless Wine: 4.5" x 3.25"; Vintage Stemmed Wine: 8.75" x 2.75"; Vintage Champagne: 9" x 2"; Hudson Tall: 5.4" x 3"; Hudson Short: 3.52" x 3.45"; The Pint: 6" x 3.45"; Vero Short: 3.88" x 3.45"; Vero Tall: 5.94" x 3.15"
When bar owners start mixing company with people who know how to engineer plastics, it’s a recipe for better barware.
BarLuxe got its start when some friends started brainstorming about how to create unbreakable drinkware. It took many tests and the emergence of a new compound from Eastman Chemical—Tritan copolyester—before BarLuxe’s nearly indestructible glasses were ready for action. They have the aesthetics of real glass and unparalleled durability. In testing, BarLuxe even drove a car over one of its glasses, which survived the impact without breaking. Eastman also rigorously tested the BPA-free Tritan compound against the biggest enemy of conventional polycarbonate and acrylic drinkware: the dishwasher. After hundreds of cycles in commercial and consumer dishwashers, BarLuxe’s barware emerged without a hint of cloudiness, streaks, or cracks.
BarLuxe’s drinkware is ideal for outdoor use, where the last thing you want to worry about is a shattered wine glass. But it’s not limited to outdoors. It’s right at home in your dining room, too—and you won’t feel like you’re reaching for a kiddie cup. That was a key priority for Jason O'Brien, a plastics industry veteran and BarLuxe Co-founder. No one wants durability at the expense of style, and BarLuxe doesn’t sacrifice either.