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Testimonials

Small Wine Glasses Arrived by post the next day, a day earlier than originally estimated. The glasses are a simple design, lovely crystal look...
13/10/17
Prompt delivery. Very pleased with the glasses.
09/08/17
These look just like glass, we are really pleased. And they turned up exactly when needed, on the opening night of our theatre show.
12/08/17
Excellent service. Stacking wine glasses are exactly as described and good quality. Very promptly dispatched. Perfect for camping.
03/08/17
Brilliant for parties, no broken glasses and reusable!
12/01/2017
Highly delighted with my set of glasses. They look good and feel good. Hard to tell they are not real glass. My order arrived well within the...
25 June 2015
The are great for using in the garden or camping. Look nice and are nice to drink from.
22 June 2015
Faultless service - Thank you
3 June 2015
Just what we where looking for
19 May 2015
Excellent out door glasses
18 May 2015
Polycarbonate unbreakable glasses for alfresco dining

If you want to enjoy outdoor dining without having to worry about broken glass, then polycarbonate glasses are the answer.

They’re stylish, durable and easy to carry – both in your hand and in a picnic basket.

Polycarbonate plastic sundae glasses

Serving desserts in glasses is a simple way to bring the wow factor to your dining table as your guests can see every delicious layer of sweetness.

Create colourful and appetising desserts by building layers of mouth-watering ingredients.

Polycarbonate plastic glasses for commercial use

In response to the damage being done by plastic pollution, the Single-Use Plastics Directive (SUPD) was introduced in July this year.

A report called ‘Unfolding the Single-Use Plastics Directive’ from Zero Waste Europe revealed that more than 25 million tons of plastic waste are generated every year in Europe. Less than 30% of this waste is collected or recycled, and 85% of marine pollution is thought to be plastic waste.