If your two greatest passions in life involve exploring the outdoors and enjoying a nice glass of vino, then the Explorer Box from Scorpro is your ultimate 2-in-1.
This kit allows you to travel on the road with real wine glasses! The ABS plastic box securely holds two RIEDEL Ouverture Magnum wine glasses that are included. These glasses are lead-free, made from crystal and are readily available around Australia - both online and in-store should you lose or break one. They are versatile, ideal for everyday use, and have a shorter stem for better stability. This rugged and durable box is designed to be stored upright with the glasses inside, just make sure you handle it with care and stow it so that it doesn’t bounce, rattle or slide.
Designed for wine enthusiasts on the go, you can have wine time anytime, with the Explorer Box from Scorpro.
Designed to travel upright with the glasses standing inside
Box made from recyclable ABS plastic
Not indestructible or drop-proof, so handle with care
Only fits RIEDEL Ouverture Magnum wine glasses
In Use Dimensions:
Box 19.2W x 9.8D x 21H cm | Glass 9W x 9D x 20H cm each
19.5W x 10.5D x 22H cm
0.86 Kg | Box 0.50 Kg | Glasses 0.18 Kg each
0.530 L each Glass
Box ABS | RIEDEL Ouverture Magnum Wine Glasses
Suitability for air travel2 answers
We are flying to Tasmania but wanting some nice glassware to take with us as we drive around. Will this pack survive a flight. What would you recommend?
Penny - Fremantle, WA(1 year ago)
You'll be fine in carry on luggage, but I'm not sure I would leave them at the mercy of baggage handlers!
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
I've travelled successfully both ways - carry on & checked baggage, and not had problems. But I would carry on if possible. The Explorer Box isn't courier-proof, but and the wrong knock by baggage handles could cause the lid to pop - the glasses would no longer be protected. Keeping the box in the carton would help keep the lid in place.
Scott - Adelaide(1 year ago)
Does the box have a felt or such padding inside?
Jill - Sandringham(3 years ago)
There is a foam pad in the base of each side of the box, but the top is moulded to hold the lip of the glass. It's worth having a look at the video Ben has done as he talks about the box features the glasses, and travelling with them.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Yes, there is foam in the bottom of the box to account for minor variations in the height of the glasses. The base of the stem and the rim of the glass are both positively located by the box, so the bowl of the glass isn't touching anything in transit. The glasses won't get scratched or chipped while they're secured in the box.
Scott - Adelaide(3 years ago)
How secure is the lid of the box?2 answers
It doesn't look like it has much overlap in the photo.
Peter - Greystanes NSW(3 years ago)
The box is very well secured, the lip on the top of the box holds in place very securely and won't come of unless your pull it off.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
There are features built into each corner of both the box and the lid. These features overlap to retain the lid securely in transit, but allow the lid to be easily removed - with the right technique.