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Is there a difference between Arcuisine Borosilicate and Ocuisine Borosilicate glass baking dishes?

landon92 | Mar 4, 201711:08 PM     1

I am looking to invest in borosilicate baking dishes. I have read a number of positive reviews about Arcuisine baking dishes and have decided to give them a try. However I have noticed some places (eg. BB&B) describe the dish using the name "Arcuisine", but in the pictures the cardboard insert and the logo on the glass both say "Ocuisine".

https://m.bedbathandbeyond.com/1/1/30...

I also looked up the Arcuisine baking dish on Amazon. On Amazon the logo on the glass says "Arcuisine", and in the question area a couple people confirmed that their dish says "Arcuisine" on the glass.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00D91...
To make matters more confusing I just found this baking dish at Winners and it says "Ocuisine" on both the cardboard insert and on the glass.

Can anyone confirm if these are the same baking dish? Is their a difference between Arcuisine and Ocuisine?

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