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Blade Runner Whiskey Glass

I drink Sebastian. Therefore I am

Blade Runner Whiskey Glass

I drink Sebastian. Therefore I am



We’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. We’ve watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser Gate. But we haven’t seen anything half as cool as the Blade Runner Whiskey Glass.

Yes, Blade Runner fans, now you can relax after a stressful day ‘retiring’ replicants by getting to grips with the very same tumbler used by Rick Deckard in the seminal 1982 sci-fi movie. And when we say the very same we mean it because the moody Blade Runner’s glass wasn’t just a prop, it was a hand-made crystal glass, mouth-blown by artisans at boutique Italian company, Arnolfo di Cambio – and so is this!

Better still, wait till it’s raining, dim the lights so you can just about make out the flickering neon kebab shop sign over the road and get sipping as you pretend you’re studying crime scene photos on your telly: ‘Enhance two twenty four to one seventy six.’ Failing that attempt to seduce your date by explaining how the Tyrell Corporation implanted her memories. It’s a surefire way to ensure she, er, flees your apartment, Rachael style.

An ideal gift for booze-loving Blade Runner fans, this quality piece of retro-modern glassware is more than a prop, it’s a truly iconic drinking vessel with a brilliant backstory.

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Product Features:
  • The same glass as used by Deckard in Blade Runner
  • Hand-blown crystal glass
  • Unique square design with diagonal cuts at the angles
  • Holds approximately 37cl
  • Measures approximately 9.3cm(H) x 8.2cm(Diameter)
Please Note:
  • Due to packaging considerations, item may be identifiable from external packaging

Customer Reviews

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Bought as a present for my tutor who holds Blade Runner in the highest esteem; although it took him a few minutes to get the reference (when I showed him a picture of Deckard it clicked) He adores these glasses despite drinking very rarely. They have a great feel to them, heavy but not overly so, and are the perfect size for a nice relaxing drink. Excellent quality and beautifully crafted, I am rather tempted to buy a set for myself!!
Ria Patel, London - 9th January 2014
Firebox says: Do it Ria, buy some. You know you want to.
After over a year of (not very subtle) hints, I finally wore down my family and the end result is that I opened a pair of these beautiful and very heavy glasses this morning. The morning of my 41st birthday. I am so pleased with them... the weight and quality is amazing and they are surprisingly big and so quite versatile. Tonight, as a special treat, now that my family are all tucked up in bed (including my son 'Harrison'), I'm going to crack open the seal on a bottle of Johnnie Walker, have a couple of night-caps using one of my new whiskey glasses and am going to watch my favourite film of all time. That's right - Dodgeball! No, not really - Blade Runner of course. Big smiles, Happy birthday!
Rich Reeves, Northampton, UK - 24th September 2013
I got this set in the mail today. The quality is amazing, feels good in the hand and has a nice weight to it, letting you know you have a quality, hand crafted, piece of work!
Mike Knabel, Texas - 9th September 2013
My husband bought 2 for my birthday. They are beautiful in every way! Heavy. Clear. Incredible craftsmanship.
Matt O'Neill, Birmingham - 16th June 2013
Firebox says: You too are beautiful, heavy, and clear, in every way. You're also incredibly crafted. Thanks Matt.
Also used by Benjamin Sisko in Star Trek DS9 - In The Pale Moonlight.
Jim Hatley, Brighton - 9th April 2013
These glasses are the real deal. Beautiful to behold and a joy to drink from. They are expensive, but holding them, you feel quality. The factor that puts them over the top is the service from Firebox. Tops in every way.
Kevin Carlson, Iowa, USA - 17th January 2013
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