FÖLJSAM oven dish
FÖLJSAM oven dish
FÖLJSAM oven dish
FÖLJSAM oven dish
FÖLJSAM oven dish
FÖLJSAM
Oven dish, clear glass

RD$399

5% Discount with IKEA Family
XNMV 503.112.69
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Assembled size

Length:9 ¾ "
Width:9 ¾ "
Height:2 ¼ "

Package size & weight


Article no: 503.112.69
Packages: 1
Length: 9 ¾ "
Width: 9 ¾ "
Height: 2 ¼ "
Weight Gross: 2 lb 8 oz
Weight Net: 2 lb 7 oz
Volume per package: 0.13 cu.ft

Care instructions

Microwave-safe.

Dishwasher-safe.

Oven-safe.

Good to know

Wash this product before using it for the first time.

A tougher type of glass

Borosilicate glass can handle conditions that are a bit too tough for ordinary household glass. It’s very impact and scratch resistant and withstands rapid temperature changes, allowing you to take it directly from the freezer to the oven – or vice versa. And if it somehow breaks, it shatters into large pieces with less risk of someone getting hurt. Simply a tougher type of glass.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Environment

No cadmium or lead added. The material in this product MAY BE recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.

Materials

Heat resistant glass

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