The Libbey 15256 is a tall, clear cooler glass. It is part of the Gibraltar line, which features a rounded top for comfortable drinking and an octagonal bottom that provides an easier surface for gripping. The cooler glass holds 16 ounces, making it ideal for serving soda, tea, or beer.
This Libbey cooler glass is dishwasher-safe, making it easy to clean and maintain in a commercial kitchen. Glasses in the Gibraltar line have Libbey's DuraTuff treatment, which means they have received a specialized heat treatment to make them more durable and resistant to thermal shock than tempered glass. DuraTuff glasses resist breakage, but when they do break they do so in large pieces, as opposed to shattering like tempered glass. Between the costs of replacing glasses and the time spent cleaning up shattered glass, investing in DuraTuff glasses from Libbey can save you a lot of money in the long run, as well as being safer for your customers and servers.
- Part of the Gibraltar line from Libbey
- 16-oz. capacity
- Made with clear glass
- Round top with an octagonal base that provides a better grip
- Duratuff-treated to make glass durable
- Made in America
- Overall Dimensions: 63⁄8 in. H x 33⁄8 in. top dia. x 21⁄2 in. bottom dia.
Note: Glass volume measurements are given in U.S. customary ounces in brimful capacities. The capacity of an individual piece may vary by up to 5 percent from its given measurement.
Cooler Glass, 16 oz., tall, DuraTuff®, Gibraltar®, (H 6-3/8"; T 3-3/8"; B 2-1/2"; D 3-3/8")
Libbey 15256 SpecificationsPDF Spec Sheet
|Capacity (ozs)||16 oz or more|
|Category||Tumber & Water Glass|
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"I ordered 16 oz. received 12 oz. returned them and received 12 oz again. The boxes were mislabeled as 16os but were 12. I retuned them again an..."
"I ordered 16 oz. received 12 oz. returned them and received 12 oz again. The boxes were mislabeled as 16os but were 12. I retuned them again and could not be assured that they could send me the right ones and I'm waiting for a refund. I'm hoping they can get that right."