Rated 3 out of 5★ by 3reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by maribarri 40 oz. glass tea pot I f you drink multiple flavors of green tea you need to use a glass teapot. All other types are porous and absorbs the oil of the tea. And this will cause a mixture of tea flavors, not always a good mixture. I chipped my tea pot while cleaning it. I was desperate to find one just as big. I found two other places but their shipping date was 2 weeks after Walmart's date. I actually received the tea pot within 2-3 days instead of a week and a half that I expected. This pot is identical to the one I just broke. The tea pot is perfect for me. I average about 4 pots a day so I get a lot of use from this teapot. Seeing how this is the exact tea pot I broke, I'm expecting several years of satisfied use. The breaking of my old pot was because I dropped something on top of it, other wise it would be going strong for many more years. Walmart also had the lowest price prior to shipping. 05/27/2013
Rated 3 out of 5★ by Browncoat101 Good For the price When you're only paying 20 bucks for a tea pot, you can't really expect that much. This one is pretty fragile. It feels that way in the hand, but I've had it for a few weeks, and it hasn't broken yet. I do have some slight discoloration of the glass, because I've been making a lot of very dark teas. Sometimes the little grooves that filter the water are hard to clean, but you can get in there with an old toothbrush or something. 11/13/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by jon73 Glass is too thin, broken in the box. Returned it I opened the box and the pot was broken. The glass was too thin and apparently chipped when they packaged it. There is no way this pot could hold a load of boiling water without cracking. The glass is too thin. This is more a decorative than a functional teapot. 10/28/2013