In the lab or kitchen, these clear borosilicate glass mugs have a handle and lip and remind you that science is part of your every day. The smaller one has 50-350ml graduations in 50ml increments and the larger one goes up to 900ml in 100ml increments, both with more room before you have to worry about spilling. Remember to ask for 236.5ml of coffee the next time you visit your favorite diner.
Rejoice, we have finally found a source of reasonably priced
borosilicate lab glassware. This is the kind of glass in the trade
marked Pyrex(tm) and Kimax(tm) labware. The stuff you can put right over
the flame of the Bunsen burner, or directly onto the hot plate. This
stuff is imported from China, and is considered student grade, which is
good enough for anything but the most exotic applications. We have
beakers, test tubes, graduated cylinders and flasks. Compare the prices
below and you will see that they are around half the U.S. equivalent.
Call us for larger quantity prices.
These blue glass dropper bottles are the color of the cold cream bottles that everybody's mother used when everybody's mother used cold cream. Measure 3-1/8" tall x 1-15/16" dia and hold (1) oz. Plastic safety dropper cap is 2-3/8" tall and marked at 0.4 and 0.8ml.
It looks as though it should be used for administering laudanum! A 30mL, 1-1/4" sq x 3" tall clear glass bottle, it has thick molded sides and a heavy lip: very antique in appearance. It is stoppered with a red(!) rubber stopper which is the squeeze bulb for the glass dropper tube inside. A real eye catcher, but give it a good wash please. It clearly is not sterile.
Our all-time favorite color for bottles is cobalt blue, like milk of magnesia jars. These are 250mL (8.5oz) glass, 4-3/4" tall x 2-1/2" dia with a 1-1/4" ID mouth, shut with a white plastic gasketed cap. (The original title of the Milk of Magnesia Blues was Shut My Mouth with a Gasketed Cap.)
Mustardish style, at least in our artisanal grocery. The six-sided clear glass jars hold 6.5 ounces each and measure 3-1/2" tall x 2-1/4" across with a 2" mouth and a white metal gasketed screw cap. Ideal for storing screws, nails, thumbtacks and other junk drawer staples.
Squeeze ’em real tight and put up to 8 oz of liquid in these green glass containers originally intended to be olive oil bottles. The push-on tops cover a shaker nozzle and have an internal plug that would have kept the oil from oxidizing. And if you're feeling crafty instead of culinary, replace the cap with a cork for character. Measure 8-3/8” tall x 1-3/4” square.
You pick small, medium or large borosilicate reagent bottles, all with ground glass stopper. Small is 60ml, 3-5/8" tall x 1-5/8" dia with a 7/8" long neck and a 1/2" ID mouth. Medium is 125ml, 4-3/4" tall x 2-1/8" dia with a 1" tall neck and an 11/16" ID mouth. Large is 250ml, 5-3/8" tall x 2-3/4" dia with a 1" long neck and a nearly 3/4" ID mouth. Made in India.
As molecular gastronomy runs wild, kitchens are essentially becoming laboratories anyway, aren't they? Why not make it official with this handsome test tube spice rack? Includes (6) 25mm x 150mm tubes and (7) 18mm x 150mm tubes, all made of borosilicate glass with cork stoppers. Upright, two-level storage rack is approx 9-1/2" wide by approx 3-3/8" deep in blond wood, with (6) drying posts. Top row of tubes reaches approx 10" above whatever the rack is sitting on. You'll be the only one on the block to display your parsley and sage openly in real lab test tubes. What you do in private with your rosemary is your own business.
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