Have you ever had glass chip?

Kappa8564 Kappa8564
I am interested in getting a heavy glass toy, but im concerned that it will get chipped and I may not notice. Hospital trip ensues. Has anyone ever had this happen?
10/03/2012
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ToyGeek ToyGeek
While it's always wise to give your toy a quick once-over before use, chipping is actually pretty unlikely. The glass used in toys is pretty durable, and it usually takes a fall from a height onto a hard surface to break one, and then it'll almost certainly break into pieces, rather than chip.
10/03/2012
ScottA ScottA
Give it an inspection before use, but I wouldn't worry about it much. I got one to chip after heating it red-hot and cooling it in water, but dropping it onto concrete from 12ft and hitting it with a hammer didn't phase it. Do give your toy a very good inspection when you get it, because manufacturing defects can happen and are the most likely "chip" candidates (especially look at the joints between different bits of glass).
10/04/2012
indiglo indiglo
ToyTimeTim did 2 great videos for us a while back demonstrating the safety of glass toys. Check them out:

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I think you'll be impressed!!
10/04/2012
PeaceToTheMiddleEast PeaceToTheMiddleEast
No I have not had one chip yet and I would hope it did not happen.
10/04/2012
amazon amazon
Never
10/06/2012
Kitka Kitka
Nope, never had an issue with glass chipping or anything of the sort. Like the others said already, just check over your glass toys before use and you should be fine.
10/06/2012
Undecided Undecided
No I haven't and I hope I don't ever deal with that. Just store them carefully an check them over before each use
10/06/2012
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