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Playstation Logo Glass Stein

Product Number:GLF0034

Hydrate yourself in your long gaming marathons with this perfect Playstation stein glass officially licensed. The metal badge features the popular PS logo designed in 1994 by Japanese graphic artist Manabu Sakamoto, the logo has become an trademark of Sony's console, making it one of the most recognizable symbols withing the gaming community. Fill the 500ml stein capacity with your favourite drink and keep on playing!

12.59 £ £12.59 £13.99
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Product Specification

  • Classic 'Stein' style design
  • Manufactured from toughened glass
  • 500ml liquid capacity
  • Solid handle
  • Finished with a branded metal badge
  • Presented in a branded box
  • HAND WASH ONLY

Delivery & Returns

Our steins are usually dispatched within 1 working day of placing your order. Dispatch times can be longer sometimes due to stock limitations, if this is the case we shall endeavour to contact you as soon as possible to discuss. Our steins are sent via Royal Mail please allow 3-4 working days from dispatch for delivery.

Please see our delivery and returns page for full information.

Customer Reviews

About Our Steins

You'll never feel inferior with one of our steins in your hand. Made from thick sturdy glass with a cool handle that echos the design of the classic Germanic beer vessel this jug is perfect for holding any liquid of your choosing. Finished with a metal badge these are the perfect gift for any beer aficionado. View all Steins.

Despatching Our Steins

Glassware can be tricky business when it comes to postage and packaging. Luckily we’ve done our homework so you’ve no need to worry. We’ve tested dozens of boxes and found the perfect solution. Once we’ve picked your glassware it is placed into a branded outer presentation box before being encased in a thick double walled posting box – twice the protection and no breakages!

Playstation

Our range of licensed Playstation products features iconic artwork and designs from every iteration of the classic Sony console first released in 1994.View the full range here.