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Eyeball in Plastic Beaker Glasses

Eyeball in Plastic Beaker Glasses

IN-25/5407

Eyeball in Plastic Beaker Glasses is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 10.
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Eyeball In Beaker Cups. Bottoms up! It's Halloween! Mad scientists love to toast their weird science projects with these plastic cups because there is a diabolical eyeball in the bottom of each one! 5 3/4" 20 oz. 20 oz.

$ 19.99 Per Dozen

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cups leak. Poor quality. These fun cups were very poor quality. Three out of twelve leaked all over my table.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly recommend I bought these for a zombie type birthday party. We are going to use them as drinking glasses, but I can see so many uses. I highly recommend these!! They are great quality, very thick plastic. The eyeball is very securely stuck to the bottom. They are large in size and could hold a lot of liquid!
Date published: 2016-02-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Kids Loved.... My sister had a Halloween Birthday for my nephew so I thought these would be fun for the adults...well of course the kids wanted them! They were plenty big for our beverages and were perfect for the occasion. The only down side was that some of them did have little holes in them, thus leaked, but all in all they were great!
Date published: 2014-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun cups, though bigger than anticipated These cups are cool and the kids all liked them. The only problems we had were that they came stacked together and it was actually really tough to pull some of them apart--I wasn't sure we would get them all separated, but we did with a lot of muscle. They were also bigger than anticipated, which could be a pro or a con. I realize the site indicates how many ounces they contain but I was focused more on the fact that they were to look like beakers so thought the were smaller. It worked out ok that they were bigger, we ended up using them as containers to hold treats, like a treat bag.
Date published: 2014-10-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not the best design, but worked for the theme I bought these for my 6 year old's "Zombie" Party. He wanted make your own sundae / rootbeer float vs. cake. These were perfect. Design issues includ the following: 1. When washed prior to use (handwashed), water got under the eyeballs. I had to pop the eyeballs off (they are glued in with a weak glue) to dry them. 2. Eyeballs "ran" when drinks, icecream, etc came in contact. This was not noticeable until I washed them out after use). Some of the color came off of eyeballs. 3. Guests complained that the eyeball got in the way of the icecream - not a problem if you use them just for drinks. I would suggest the manufacture put a false bottom in the glass to ease cleaning, color coming off etc.
Date published: 2014-07-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hard to separate the cups, but I found another way I had limited success with the ice and/or freezer method and was frustrated and running out of time..... so, I placed the long thin nozzle (straw) of the "canned air" (compressed gas) canister that I had in my office for cleaning the computer keyboard and..... after less than 2-3 seconds the upper cup separated from its downstairs neighbor cup. And, off I went on down the line and had them all separated in less than 5 minutes. Probably a combination of forced air and cold, but lovely results. Thought I would pass this tip on since the others did not work for me. They should place a piece of tissue paper in between each cup when the make them or individually wrap them in light plastic or something.
Date published: 2014-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from BOYS & GIRLS BOTH LOVED THEM I gave these out for Halloween. I filled them up with a few eyeball candies too. They were popular with both the boys and girls. And, I literally ran out. I bought 3 dozen and I ended up with over 50 kids this year. Not sure if they tweeted each other to come to my house or not. :D They are not thin. They are a solid glass and well-made. And, the plastic is not rough or scratchy. I'd say they are child-safe. The eyeball was pretty stuck and was not loose in the ones I bought. They get a 4-star rating because the plastic is a little milky and not super clear. And....as others have said, they come stacked together and they are a real challenge to separate. But, I finally found a trick! HOW TO SEPARATE: First twist the entire line. They usually come apart about half-way down #6. So you have two lines of 6 cups. Now, take some ice cubes. Put them in the first cup! Wait a minute then twist the top two cups apart. The ice cools the plastic, makes it shrink and so it's easier to separate. Just keep doing that. Put in ice, wait and twist. I also noticed that they have an optic illusion. When filled with water, the eyeball looks bigger than it is.
Date published: 2013-11-04
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