|Diameter (in.)||7||Product Depth (in.)||7|
|Product Height (in.)||8.75||Product Width (in.)||6|
|Capacity (fl. oz.)||64||Cleaning Instructions||Top Rack Dishwasher Safe|
|Color Family||Clear||Features||Dishwasher Safe, Outdoor Use, Refrigerator Safe|
|Included||No Additional Items Included||Intended Use||Residential|
|Kitchen Product Type||Pitchers||Material||Glass|
|Number of Pieces||1||Recommended Use||Multi-Purpose|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 days|
A: The lid stays secure in the pitcher even with heavy fruit pushing against it while you pour but it is not an airtight seal so if the pitcher is tipped it will pour from the spout.
A: No, the lid isn't air-tight.
A: The lid serves as a screen filter for tea flakes or coffee ground when pouring, similar to a French Press lid. It does not completely seal.
A: The lid snaps on and fits snug but doesn't seal. Therefore, if you are using it to seet tea you will need to cover it with something other than the lid. I use a type of sealing paper.
A: The lid has a filter but not one that would work as a water filter. It's more for keeping pieces of fruits or small loose tea grounds from slipping into a glass.
A: Yes, the pitcher can filter water.
A: No, you cannot separate the filter from the lid.
A: No. It's all one part. Easily washes in a dishwasher
A: Yes. Water has a boiling point of 212 degrees F. This pitcher can withstand temperatures of up to 300 degrees F.
A: yes. The boiling point of water is 212 degrees and the pitcher is good to 300 degrees plus I've put boiling water straight into the pitcher from my tea pot.
A: Yes. Boiling temp. of water is 212 degrees.
A: Yes, this pitcher can hold hot liquids.
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