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Yes definitely. You can remove the O-ring, which is nested inside the cap, with a tool that has a pointed end such as a small fork. Be careful not to damage the O-ring though. I hope it helps!
Brieftons
Seller · August 4, 2016
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We recommend this pack of 6 Brieftons Silicone Sleeves, specifically designed to fit the Brieftons Glass Bottles:
https://www.amazon.com/Silicone-Sleeves-Insulated-Anti-Slip-Protection/dp/B076BMYS9Z
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We recommend this pack of 6 Brieftons Silicone Sleeves, specifically designed to fit the Brieftons Glass Bottles:
https://www.amazon.com/Silicone-Sleeves-Insulated-Anti-Slip-Protection/dp/B076BMYS9Z

I hope it helps! see less
We recommend this pack of 6 Brieftons Silicone Sleeves, specifically designed to fit the Brieftons Glass Bottles:
https://www.amazon.com/Silicone-Sleeves-Insulated-Anti-Slip-Protection/dp/B076BMYS9Z

I hope it helps!

Brieftons
Seller · January 3, 2018
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Unless there is a change or update, this is the information I located...
Question: Where are these made?
Answer: The glasses were made in China. … see more
Unless there is a change or update, this is the information I located...
Question: Where are these made?
Answer: The glasses were made in China.
By Amazon Customer on June 8, 2016 see less
Unless there is a change or update, this is the information I located...
Question: Where are these made?
Answer: The glasses were made in China.
By Amazon Customer on June 8, 2016

Jillian
· April 2, 2017
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It would certainly fit, but they are tall and skinny so it wouldn't fit snugly and might topple over unless the drink holder is deep.
Katherine
· August 29, 2016
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It's all clear glass. They look sturdy and beautiful.
MQ
· August 17, 2016
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They are heavier than normal glass drinking ware. That's why I like them. They hold temperature better. They are not too heavy. My 10 year old drinks water out of them all day long.
Pat P.
· January 6, 2017
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They're a little heavier than plastic water bottles but that hasn't stopped our family from using them as portable drink bottles. I fill them with cold water and keep them in the refrigerator. My teenagers grab them on their way out the door.
M. Watson
· September 4, 2016
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clear and beautiful. I bought them with some black neoprene sleeves made for maybe a 20 oz. bottle and they fit SO nicely and protect them if they fall. But it is good quality glass, and non-leak lids. Love them! I make up a large batch of tea for several days at a time...
Cherry
· December 16, 2017
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Absolutely. They are 100% leak proof. The caps are easy to put on but they do a great job keeping the liquid inside.
J. Davis
· August 15, 2016
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You can; however, you need to be careful in doing so. The problem is the fact you are dealing with thick glass bottles; unfortunately, making the glass highly susceptible to thermal shock. What I get to doing to sterilize my thick glass bottles or fermentation vessel is gradual temperature increase to the boiling wat… see more You can; however, you need to be careful in doing so. The problem is the fact you are dealing with thick glass bottles; unfortunately, making the glass highly susceptible to thermal shock. What I get to doing to sterilize my thick glass bottles or fermentation vessel is gradual temperature increase to the boiling water. I accomplish this simply by washing them under luke warm water first (98.6 F or 37 C) then I gradually let the water run increasing the temperature of the tap water gradually to the hottest setting I have on my kitchen sink. Once you accomplished getting the bottles to your hottest water setting from the sink, I fill up the bottles with the hot water from the sink and let them sit for awhile while my kettle is boiling water for the actual sterilization process.
After a couple of minutes, I get to dumping the "ballast" water and place the boiling water in the bottles and sterilize the bottles for 15-25 minutes.

Note: If you have granite, marble or any other aggregate type of countertop, place a towel down to insulate the glass bottles from the countertop as aggregate countertops insulate heat well (or the lack of heat) and the temperature differential between the countertop and glass could result in thermal shock and you will end up with a huge mess!!! see less
You can; however, you need to be careful in doing so. The problem is the fact you are dealing with thick glass bottles; unfortunately, making the glass highly susceptible to thermal shock. What I get to doing to sterilize my thick glass bottles or fermentation vessel is gradual temperature increase to the boiling water. I accomplish this simply by washing them under luke warm water first (98.6 F or 37 C) then I gradually let the water run increasing the temperature of the tap water gradually to the hottest setting I have on my kitchen sink. Once you accomplished getting the bottles to your hottest water setting from the sink, I fill up the bottles with the hot water from the sink and let them sit for awhile while my kettle is boiling water for the actual sterilization process.
After a couple of minutes, I get to dumping the "ballast" water and place the boiling water in the bottles and sterilize the bottles for 15-25 minutes.

Note: If you have granite, marble or any other aggregate type of countertop, place a towel down to insulate the glass bottles from the countertop as aggregate countertops insulate heat well (or the lack of heat) and the temperature differential between the countertop and glass could result in thermal shock and you will end up with a huge mess!!!

MOBDRAGON
· July 13, 2019