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IKEA 365+ Pitcher with lid, clear glass/cork,

Price $ 9.99

How to get it

The IKEA 365+ series has everything for the table – to be enjoyed for its everyday simplicity or spiced up with colours and accessories. Made from tempered glass that holds both hot and cold beverages.

Article Number502.797.21

Product details

Also suitable for hot drinks.



  • Wash this product before using it for the first time.

    The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.

  • Material
    Heat resistant glass

    The glass part is dishwasher-safe. The lid should be washed by hand.

    Clean the stopper after each use and leave it to dry before next use.

    The stopper should not be in constant contact with any liquid.


Height: 21 cm (8 ")

Volume: 1.5 l (51 oz)

  • IKEA 365+Article Number502.797.21

    Width: 18 cm (7 ")

    Height: 12 cm (4 ½ ")

    Length: 22 cm (8 ½ ")

    Weight: 0.55 kg (1 lb 3 oz)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

Good glass pitcherHeatherWe like to use the glass pitcher over a plastic one for making ice tea. We put tea bags in the pitcher and pour in the boiling water. Once the tea has cooled we put the pitcher in the fridge. The cork lid fits tightly.5
Great jug, but cork top is smellyCait I.I like the simplicity of the jug, and has held up well for about a year, but we got rid of the cork top as when it sat on the jug the water would absorb the smell and taste of the cork lid, and would taste like weird wet woody cork.3
IKEA 365+DIANEPerfect size. Great look. Light weight5
good productbrigidaI like the look5
Glass/cork lid jugpaulaPerfect for our morning juice.5
IKEA 365+KENNETHIt is a good product4
Beautiful PitcherMARIAI bought this pitcher because I loved its clean and simple design, perfect for any occasion. I don't give it 5 stars because the cork lid leaves its characteristic smell, almost imperceptible, but it does smell. I recommend the product, but noting the smell of the cork3
QualityTaranvir S.Quality5
The clear glass pitcher looksAramiseThe clear glass pitcher looks really nice but the cork lid transfers smell to the containing liquid. Have to research how to remove smell off cork or just not use it at all.2
Moldy cork topperROBIN B.After about 3 months the cork topper turned moldy. We were using it as a cold water jug in the fridge. Not sure what we did wrong but I wouldn’t recommend it.1
Great for lemons.JOANGreat for lemons.5
PerfectVerified BuyerPerfect5
Useful Little PitcherMilenaWe use this pitcher mostly for water, but also juice or milk. The slim design is easy to store as it does not take much space the glass is a bit thin and we wish it was a bit larger. Very useful pitcher!4
Glass and cork water jugCatherineI use the glass jug to have cold water, it is lightweight, and the handle is perfect, the cork is awesome as well.5
Glass PitcherSharonThe size is just right, easy to clean. I read another review that talked about the lid not being tight/that’s true it pretty much just sits in. I however do not mind that I just wanted the contents to be covered. I will hold it when pouring just in case but that depends as you can just remove it if there isn’t any contents you do not want to come out.4
So greatVANESSALove this pitcher! Doesn't crack when you pour hot water inside. I love using it to make iced tea.5
Good looking and usefulJING F.Good looking and useful5
Nice design, grew moldHaille H.I really liked the design and having a lid on the pitcher in the fridge. But the cork lid grew mold...2


What is cork?

Cork comes from cork oak bark which is carefully cut from the tree’s trunk. It then takes about nine years until the tree forms new bark that can be harvested. Since a cork oak can live to be aged 150-200, each one produces a lot of cork during its lifetime. Cork has several good qualities as a material: it’s lightweight, flexible, waterproof and naturally resists fire. The cork we use in furniture and accessories is made from cork waste that’s compressed into larger pieces.