Thirsty Rhino Revel, Thick Hard Plastic Polycarbonate 1.5 oz Shot Glass Review

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$18.98

Score By Feature Based on 41 ratings

Pros
  • Solid built.
  • Comes in tangy-red color.
Cons
  • Difficult to dispose-off.

Thirsty Rhino Revel, Thick Hard Plastic Polycarbonate 1.5 oz Shot Glass Product Description

Polycarbonate plastic, thick and hard, not thin cutlery plastic, can withstand impact and is non-disposable. This shot glass glows under black light, making it a vivid translucent color.

  • Polycarbonate plastic that is thick and impact-resistant, which is not disposable, but is not thin cutlery material.
  • Under black light, it glows.
  • The classic shot glass shape is balanced and sturdy, so you won't trip over it.
  • The dimensions of the piece are The dimensions are 25 inches tall x 2 inches top diameter x 1 inch bottom diameter. The base of the tree measures 3 inches.

Questions & Answers

It's not clear to me. On the bottom, I did not see a Mark. Our use of them has been limited to putting pills in, so we have not used them to hold liquids.

Selected User Reviews For Thirsty Rhino Revel, Thick Hard Plastic Polycarbonate 1.5 oz Shot Glass

A stressful situation developed (2/5)

Twelve out of 18, or 12. 9%, of the 18 cups purchased since 9/2018 have developed stress cracks on the bottom. This is where we store our medication for the week. There has never been a wash or drop on them.


Isaiah Patrick - 17/04/2021
A pair of shot glasses (5/5)

A thick material that is well made.


Jason Barrett - 24/04/2021
The shot glass is outstanding (5/5)

These are perfect for any occasion! I used it for my shot skis and it worked great!.


Emmett Middleton - 24/04/2021
The dishwasher is not compatible with this item (3/5)

I couldn't hold up to it. I washed it a few times before it wore out.


Hailey Myers - 21/03/2021
The shot glass is nice (5/5)

Rather than throw away plastic, these are made of heavy, durable plastic As if shot glasses were made of glass,.


Johanna Cook - 18/02/2021