World Famous & Unique Corelle Break, Chip, Crack, Stain, Fade & Scratch Resistant 16 piece Dinner Set on Sale at World Kitchen for £47.99 + £6.99 Shipping - Amazing Dinner Ware Less than Half Amazon Price - £54.98 (£6.99 P+P) Spend £75 for Free Deliv
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World Famous & Unique Corelle Break, Chip, Crack, Stain, Fade & Scratch Resistant 16 piece Dinner Set on Sale at World Kitchen for £47.99 + £6.99 Shipping - Amazing Dinner Ware Less than Half Amazon Price - £54.98 (£6.99 P+P) Spend £75 for Free Deliv

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Found 1st Jan 2015
You may well have never heard of these, but please read on to find out just how good these are AND what a great price these are! You will never want to go back to regular dinnerware once you have owned and used these!

These dinner sets are quite simply amazing and probably the best in the world. They come in many different shapes, sizes and designs and are chip, break, crack, stain, fade and scratch resistant. We used these many times when staying in villas in Florida over the years and decided we simply had to buy some for back home. Made in the USA, Americans pass these dinner sets down to their children as they are so fondly looked upon in the US.

They are microwave, oven, dishwasher, fridge and freezer safe. Yes, you can happily re-heat food on them directly in the oven!

We bought 3 sets way back in 2008 that are still absolutely new looking even today. I've just had a good look at some of our plates and they really could easily be placed back into their original packaging and sold as brand new as they are totally in as new condition - no scratches, chips, cracks, stains and still have their lovely glossy look to them. They are quite simply superb!

They have 20% off everything throughout their site, but some items are already reduced so are really cheap, such as this Mandarin Flower 16 piece set. This set is £105 on Amazon at the moment. I've ordered 2 sets for £95.98 with free delivery.

These are really hard to break - I'll include some links to videos on Youtube to show you. Yes, sure they can break but still not easy. We have all of ours still intact after almost 9 years with absolutely ZERO sign of wear. My wife once slammed a full plate down onto the kitchen floor during an argument - it was rather funny to see that not only did the plate not break, but it actually bounced upwards and splattered most of the food onto her legs! The dramatic effect she was looking for didn't happen lol!

You can also buy other (quite often matching) items such as oven dishes, casserole dishes, kettles etc. Explore the site for the full range.

The official gumpf;

Corelle is the unique Tableware that was introduced in the USA in 1970, and quickly became one of America’s leading brands of everyday dinnerware sets. Corelle’s popularity has since grown worldwide because it offers a unique combination of good looks and durability, and due to it's resistance to breaking it is especially appealing in busy households with children.

Corelle’s durability is due to its unique sandwich construction which bonds together three layers of a unique glass material called Vitrelle. Only Corelle dinnerware is made of this amazing material that results in a lightweight dinnerware set that resists breaking, cracking, chipping, and permanent staining.

Corelle crockery sets are also designed for easy handling and compact storage. For kitchens with limited storage, it nests neatly and efficiently. All Corelle dinner sets can also be used to reheat food in the microwave and oven and are dishwasher safe.

Many Corelle dinnerware sets designs are developed especially for the Asian market. Whilst the base glass is manufactured in USA, the Asia designs are applied at World Kitchen’s Malaysia decorating plant. The special application method fuses the patterns into the base glass. The designs are therefore long lasting and will not fade, even after years of use.

Features and Benefits

Everybody has their own sense of style. Which is why we offer our Corelle dinnerware in so many different patterns and shapes. But one thing everybody agrees on is durability. Dinnerware needs to last. We use a unique material called Vitrelle , which gives our plates and bowls that legendary Corelle durability. It also gives them a number of other benefits that other brands can't offer. Our glass dinnerware is designed to make an impact and take one. Our patterns are inspired by the latest trends in fashion and home décor, delivering a variety of styles that will make a statement in any household. Every piece of Corelle glass dinnerware is break- and chip-resistant, making it perfect for everyday dining and entertaining… proving once again that beauty can be tough.

REVOLUTIONARY MATERIAL-Corelle’s durability is due to its unique sandwich construction which bonds together three layers of special glass materials. The result is lightweight dinnerware that resists breaking, cracking, chipping, scratching and permanent staining.

THIN AND LIGHTWEIGHT-Wafer thin and easy to store, Corelle is designed for easy handling and compact storage. It is ideal for kitchens with space constraints.

HYGENIC-Its non-porous glass surface doesn’t retain food odours and particles, doesn’t stain and is easy to wash.

DISHWASHER AND MICROWAVE SAFE-Corelle is adaptable to all modern appliances like the microwave oven and dishwasher, thus shortens your preparation, cooking and washing time.

ATTRACTIVE SHAPES AND DESIGNS-A wide selection of attractive patterns and shapes from traditional to contemporary to express your personal style as well as all dinning occasions.
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This set is available for £43.19;

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This set is available for £47.99;

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And many other designs, all with 20% off until 6 January and Free shipping if you spend over £75.
The 'CorningWare' casserole and oven dishes are amazing too - you can put them straight from the freezer into a microwave or regular oven as is!

Often you can buy matching items with these and the dinner sets.

"CORNINGWARE cookware provides un-equaled convenience and versatility as it can be used in the oven, microwave, stovetop, griller, BBQ, refrigerator and freezer as well as on the table.

CORNINGWARE is also the ideal casserole dish because it retains heat much longer. This means that you can use a much lower heat setting on the stovetop. Cooking will continue even after the gas has been turned off, resulting in lower gas costs. For fast, healthy meals, CORNINGWARE is equally at home in the microwave.

CORNINGWARE is easy to clean and will not retain food odours unlike some metals and plastic. It is available in a range of convenient sizes and shapes. All CORNINGWARE cookware sets bases have a ten year warranty against breakage from hot and cold temperatures. So start cooking with CORNINGWARE and discover why it has established its reputation for versatility and convenience."

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I have the whole casserole and cookware set as shown above in a different pattern given to me as a wedding present from US relatives and still great without a scratch 7.5yrs on...I absolutely vouch for these 100%
I also use the Visions range of casseroles which are amazing they can be bought from Costco as well.
afnoor

I have the whole casserole and cookware set as shown above in a … I have the whole casserole and cookware set as shown above in a different pattern given to me as a wedding present from US relatives and still great without a scratch 7.5yrs on...I absolutely vouch for these 100%




I agree - I can vouch for these too and cannot recommend them highly enough - and I'm a guy! Here's a good video about the CorningWare;

From the freezer, to the oven, to the table.
afnoor

I also use the Visions range of casseroles which are amazing they can be … I also use the Visions range of casseroles which are amazing they can be bought from Costco as well.




Oh I never knew Costco sell them here. The joke is that we've been to the US so many times and have always forgotten to look out for them! At the moment the posted dinner set works out to about £40 if bought in Walmart, so to get them for £47 here is brilliant.
I'd also add that we must have dropped or knocked off plates and bowls onto the floor at least a couple of dozen times since we bought ours. Not one crack, chip or break. We've even dropped at least two outside onto the concrete patio - no break or damage whatsoever!
Edited by: "Phila4" 1st Jan 2015
I love the pyro cream range because it is truly versatile I cook on the gas hob and heat in the microwave and serve in the same dishes can't get any better than that:D
afnoor

I love the pyro cream range because it is truly versatile I cook on the … I love the pyro cream range because it is truly versatile I cook on the gas hob and heat in the microwave and serve in the same dishes can't get any better than that:D




And so easy to clean too! My wife loves them - which was surprising in a way as I bought her the sets for Xmas 7 years or so ago. The look on her face when she opened them was priceless - it was as though I'd bought her a chain to shackle her to the kitchen sink! We threw out all of our old plates and dishes once we bought Corelle as there was no point in keeping them as many had cracks and chips.
Agree. Excellent quality and still look new after over 10 years of daily usage.
Just so you know: £15 postage to Northern Ireland for 1 set, £15.79 for 2 sets (even if over £75 value)
Is this a sales pitch by a supplier ?
Look nice, heat added but is this a retailer promoting his product ?

Happy New Year to all
We got some of the plain white, annoyingly I did chip the edge of a plate the first time I put it in the cupboard, I managed to knock a regular (non Corelle) slightly against the edge and it chipped off a splinter of Corelle glass/ceramic making the plate dangerous on the sharp edge.

Otherwise they are very good, very light and durable and stack up very nicely and don't take up anywhere near as much space are regular plates/dishes etc.
rjcoolio

Is this a sales pitch by a supplier ? Look nice, heat added but is this a … Is this a sales pitch by a supplier ? Look nice, heat added but is this a retailer promoting his product ?Happy New Year to all


No it's safe to say Phila4 is not a sales person for these.
rjcoolio

Is this a sales pitch by a supplier ? Look nice, heat added but is this a … Is this a sales pitch by a supplier ? Look nice, heat added but is this a retailer promoting his product ?Happy New Year to all





No of course not - see my hundred plus previous deals, all from different places!

I know it sounds like it, but I just feel these are so fantastic and better than anything else available anywhere that I really want people to realise these aren't 'just' plates. If I'd never stayed in Florida villas I'd never have known about them.

In the US these are a staple wedding gift - you simply do not buy anything other than Corelle and CorningWare products!
spannerzone

No it's safe to say Phila4 is not a sales person for these.




Cheers for that - maybe I should be though lol!
spannerzone

We got some of the plain white, annoyingly I did chip the edge of a plate … We got some of the plain white, annoyingly I did chip the edge of a plate the first time I put it in the cupboard, I managed to knock a regular (non Corelle) slightly against the edge and it chipped off a splinter of Corelle glass/ceramic making the plate dangerous on the sharp edge. Otherwise they are very good, very light and durable and stack up very nicely and don't take up anywhere near as much space are regular plates/dishes etc.




Yes it is possible to break or chip them, but very difficult. I remember when we threw out all of our old dinner sets about 75% were either chipped or cracked. And the problem with regular dinner sets is that you probably can't replace any items as they don't make endless amounts of them for years to come - whereas Corelle still sell the Kobe ones we bought 7 or 8 years ago either in a set or per piece - luckily we don't need to replace any though!
I'm a bloke and have no interest in cookware/plates but the wife got these and I have to say I can see what the fuss is about, the fact they're probably 1/3rd the weight of plates means my cupboards aren't heavily loaded and are much easier to store, clean, stack in dishwasher and all that.
spannerzone

I'm a bloke and have no interest in cookware/plates but the wife got … I'm a bloke and have no interest in cookware/plates but the wife got these and I have to say I can see what the fuss is about, the fact they're probably 1/3rd the weight of plates means my cupboards aren't heavily loaded and are much easier to store, clean, stack in dishwasher and all that.




Yep - that's just some of the benefits, especially about storing them and the dishwasher. And me too - I don't care about anything in the kitchen, in fact I don't really know much about what happens in the kitchen (it's a mystical place to me!) but these dinner sets and baking items are simply superb. It's not often things live up to their name, but these certainly do. We've bought two sets of these on offer to make a change to the Kobe - but we'll use both.
kspeers

Just so you know: £15 postage to Northern Ireland for 1 set, £15.79 for 2 … Just so you know: £15 postage to Northern Ireland for 1 set, £15.79 for 2 sets (even if over £75 value)




Yeah that's a pain and must be very annoying if you live there, or indeed in the highlands in Scotland, as things are usually a lot more to post. Still worth it though, especially if you bought two sets.
World famous?! Haha!
woldranger

World famous?! Haha!



Bit like the 'World Series' in baseball, but only teams from the U.S. and Canada play in it!
These are really good but very expensive. Much cheaper in the US but the shipping adds up and makes it just as expensive.
dudebar

These are really good but very expensive. Much cheaper in the US but the … These are really good but very expensive. Much cheaper in the US but the shipping adds up and makes it just as expensive.




As I stated earlier, cheapest in the US is likely to be Walmart - and at the moment the set posted works out around £40. Shipping would likely be £40 to £60 on top due to weight. These prices are super cheap here - much less than Amazon, Tesco and Argos where I was surprised to find they sell them.
why are the mugs stoneware?
Thanks for all the info, will note it and hopefully buy it one day Children proof as well, yes?
daydreamer44

Thanks for all the info, will note it and hopefully buy it one day Thanks for all the info, will note it and hopefully buy it one day Children proof as well, yes?




Brilliant for kids as lightweight and if they do drop them it's very unlikely to break or chip. Once you get some, you'll understand why they're so good.
spd x 2

why are the mugs stoneware?




I think because of the way they're made. If you look at the video showing how they're made I'm guessing because of the design they can't be moulded in the same way. But TBH I don't know but have always wondered too.
I appreciate that these are very durable, but eating off glass feels like a guest house breakfast.
bytemaster

I appreciate that these are very durable, but eating off glass feels like … I appreciate that these are very durable, but eating off glass feels like a guest house breakfast.





They don't feel anything like glass. They also do not screech like normal plates when you eat - another great thing about them as I absolutely HATE people dragging and scraping their knives and forks across plates - it sends shivers down my spine, goes right through me and I have been known to get up and leave restaurants mid-meal if I keep hearing it.
Do they look and feel like normal plates or more like plastic?
Fantastic quality, fit like a dream in the dishwasher and very lightweight. Do the square plates fit as well as the round in the dishwasher?

My only gripe is that when they do break, they shatter into a gazillion pieces - literally shards of glass everywhere. It's something to do with stress over time? Has happened once when I took a bowl out and the bottom fell out. Also after heating dinner up in the microwave my plate broke into two.

Having said this I've been waiting for ages now for sets to be reduced but no joy. And yes, they're much cheaper in the US!
bobdylan

Do they look and feel like normal plates or more like plastic?


Not plastic at all. Proper plate but not heavy
bobdylan

Do they look and feel like normal plates or more like plastic?


Just like normal plates!:) My parents were also fans of corelle and I grew up using these. They feel just like any other porcelain set but with the advantages that have been described in the posts above.
Argos is also selling some corelle sets at similar prices:
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What? Op if your the seller just say so. I've never seen an intro like that on hukd.
plaquey

Fantastic quality, fit like a dream in the dishwasher and very … Fantastic quality, fit like a dream in the dishwasher and very lightweight. Do the square plates fit as well as the round in the dishwasher? My only gripe is that when they do break, they shatter into a gazillion pieces - literally shards of glass everywhere. It's something to do with stress over time? Has happened once when I took a bowl out and the bottom fell out. Also after heating dinner up in the microwave my plate broke into two. Having said this I've been waiting for ages now for sets to be reduced but no joy. And yes, they're much cheaper in the US!





We prefer the square plates to round. Yes they fit perfectly in the dishwasher, either straight in or at an angle with the corner pointing down.

As for breaking, I did read somewhere that sometimes they can break if they have been dropped or bashed around before in the past. With time, having been put under these stresses, they can break if they are dropped again, but not always. All I know is that after 8 years of owning 3 sets of these, and having dropped plates/bowls at least a couple of dozen times (Lord knows how many times the kids may have dropped them without us knowing!), including at least twice on concrete in the garden, none have cracked, chipped or broken at all.
otterboxer

What? Op if your the seller just say so. I've never seen an intro like … What? Op if your the seller just say so. I've never seen an intro like that on hukd.




Yes, I joined over 4 years ago and have stealthily been biding my time, posting loads of other deals to throw people off my scent, just for this moment to reveal my real agenda! I'm a kind of ninja lone wolf poster for World Kitchen....................................

No, I've no involvement with the seller at all, other than I've ordered myself before and again yesterday. I just feel passionate about these and want to get as many people aware of them too as they're simply superb yet hardly anybody in the UK know about them.
AT1

Argos is also selling some corelle sets at similar … Argos is also selling some corelle sets at similar prices:http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/m.html?_odkw=&_ssn=argos&item=360870793398&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2046732.m570.l1313.TR11.TRC1.A0.H0.Xcorelle.TRS0&_nkw=corelle&_sacat=0





Not the 'square round' ones - the simple round ones are cheaper than the square round ones everywhere. I don't know why, they just are.
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