"I ordered 6 of these glasses as part of an online order. They were purchased as smoothie glasses.
The first thing I noticed before I even opened the box was, these are carafes as described on the box and not drinking glasses. I have to say they look like carafes too.
On opening the box, 3 of the glasses/carafes had been damaged in the post. There is quite a bit of room in this box which could have done with some bubble in there to protect them.
I rang customers service who were extremely polite and ordered replacements immediately.
A few days later 3 replacements arrived wrapped in bubble, one of which was again broken. Another call to customer service and a further glass was despatched, which arrived safe and sound.
In all fairness, their products are WELL PACKAGED... and sorting out the problem was a matter of ease.
I don't think I would purchase them again, as because of the shape of the glass and the volume they hold, it looks like you're drinking from a vase.
I think the description should also be amended to reflect what is written on the box.
The rest of the order which totalled £120, was in perfect condition and I would be happy to recommend drinkstuff."
Liz Melding - Wales, 5th August '13
Drinkstuff says: Thank you for your comments Liz. We will certainly take a look at our product description. Despite the name on the box, the manufacturer, Durobor, promotes the Energy glass for a variety of uses and is included in their range of cocktail glasses, so you can use it however you see fit.
"If you are looking for some really long glasses which look nice too, then you can't go wrong with buying these glasses. The only minor issue with these is just the glass thickness which is relatively thin and makes it very fragile. That's what happened to 2 of the glasses upon delivery, however the customer service was very helpful about that and immediately sent me replacements. You'll certainly find other glasses with a higher quality, but they probably won't be this big and sold at such a low price."
S. R. Mirem - Belgium, 17th August '11