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Swing glasses 1 liter, set of 3

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 9,90 Tax included

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Delivery Time: 2-7 days, immediately available

  • Filling quantity: 1 liter per glass (3 liters in total)
  • Material: real glass (transparent), white sealing ring made of rubber
  • Glass shape: round with a flat bottom
  • Dimensions: 17 cm high, max. 34 cm circumference
  • Opening diameter: 9 cm
  • Cover: Airtight metal clip closure with rubber seal
  • Glass thickness: 3mm
  • suitable as: Storage jar , Jar

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Set of 3 bow glasses with a capacity of 1 liter each

Swing glasses for preserving, preserving and soaking ...

The set of three 1 liter jars is ideal for boiling jams, compotes or vegetables. You can even boil and store eggs, soups or stews in these glasses. When canning or preserving, the filled jars are either boiled for 1.5 hours in a water bath or placed in the oven for 1.5 hours. The water in the pot should always have the same temperature as the contents of your glasses. Large differences in temperature could cause the glasses to crack. The boiling time begins as soon as the water boils.

... or as a storage jar for food, sweets & Co.

In jars, dry food stays safe from moths and moisture. In addition, unlike paper or plastic packaging, the glasses cannot leak. In addition to dry foods such as flour, nuts or coffee, you can also use them to store sweets. Thanks to the set of 3, you can stow various supplies in a uniform way. These glasses also look good on open shelves.

Additional information


Before you use your glasses for the first time, you should wash them in the dishwasher. If you plan to use the jars for canning or pickling, sterilize them in boiling water beforehand.


These glasses are not suitable for the microwave.

The glasses can be cleaned in the dishwasher. Please remove the rubber seal beforehand and do not wash it with it.

The glasses can be put in the oven. Caution: Frequent heating in the oven can make the rubber seal brittle.

You can freeze the jars. Do not fill it to the brim to do this. Caution: The rubber seal can become brittle through freezing.

The rubber seal should not be cleaned with detergent, otherwise it will become brittle and will no longer close properly.