Saturday, July 13, 2013

Glass Dharma Review

Thank You to Glass Dharma for providing me with their products free of charge in exchange for my honest review.  

I had never heard of Glass Straws until I recently saw a blog review speaking of Glass Dharma. Glass Dharma straws are fun, eco-friendly straws that all started when David Leonhardt (a glassblower) noticed a local glass shop was selling glass straws. Something he had never heard of. He was struck by the elegance and realized that was a partial solution to the "plastics problem", therefore, Glass Dharma became about. 

Glass Dharma Products are Hand-made in the U.S.A. so buying from GlassDharma means that your dollar is not going off-shore - it stays right here in the U.S.A.

I received 4 different glass straws to base my review and I couldn't be happier. Not only are the better for the environment, they are also a great conversation starter. Everyone that has seen them in my home have asked what they were and what was "so special" about them. We just really don't think of how a simple little thing like a straw can make such a huge impact. By reducing waste now, we are helping the environment for later. One straw at a time. I definitely give Glass Dharma a 2 thumbs up. In price, quality and customer service and highly recommend their products to you all. 

Shorties - 3 diameters

Not only are they eco-friendly,they are fully backed by their 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If they don’t meet your expectations, return for a full refund.
Covered with their unbelievable Lifetime Guarantee Against Breakage.
Means that if they ever break, they'll replace them - Free, 

Read about what sets Glass Dharma apart from the competitors here

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Down South Savings receives free products for review purposes, and may sometimes be compensated for posts. Posts may also contain affiliate (marketing) links . All opinions expressed are solely from Down South Savings and were not and will not be influenced by any form of compensation. 

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