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Original Star Wars Stormtrooper Glass Tumbler

GBP 10.99

RRP: £12.99

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The Star Wars Original Stormtrooper Glass Tumbler is perfect for anyone who loves movie memorabilia. Based on the original Stormtrooper helmets designed by Andrew Ainsworth of Shepperton studios in 1976, the high quality tumbler, crafted from super flint glass, features an internal Stormtrooper-shaped mould that is revealed when filled with your favourite tipple.

Features:

  • Star Wars Original Stormtrooper Glass Tumbler 150ml
  • Fully licensed product
  • Based on original Stormtrooper design
  • Crafted from Super Flint Glass
  • Hand wash only

Size:

  • Capacity: 150ml
Material:
Super Flint Glass
Franchise:
Star Wars
Brand:
Thumbs Up
Character Series:
A New Hope

The Empire Strikes Back

Return of the Jedi
Character:
Stormtrooper
Colour:
Clear
Size / Fit:

Capacity: 150ml

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating : 3.67 / 5 (3 Reviews)
  • 1 5 star reviews
  • 1 4 star reviews
  • 0 3 star reviews
  • 1 2 star reviews
  • 0 1 star reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of The Hut Group.

Useless to drink from

They look good in the picture when filled with a dark-coloured liquid, but are useless to drink from. Very uncomfortable to use, but possibly ok as a 'display' piece.

Amazing

Gift for Christmas to match a decanter for our don. He loved them.

Cool novelty item, but not very practical

I bought these as a gift for a Star Wars and whiskey fan. The material it is made from is very light, feels more like an outdoor picnic glass. The rim is very chunky and although I've not tested the glasses myself, they don't look as though they'd be particularly comfortable to drink from. The quality isn't great - you can see the lines where the two halves of the mould join together and it looks a bit wonky - but for the price I guess you can't complain too much (although I must say I have seen better quality glassware sold in supermarkets for a fraction of the price).