Hip Flask Plymouth

Looking for a hip flask in Plymouth?  Call off the search, we have a wide range of hip flask on our online flask store, with fast engraving and shipping times coupled with next day delivery options we can get your flask to Plymouth nice and fast.  From pewter to steel we have hundreds of flasks in stock.

Hip Flask Plymouth

Our customers have come to expect a fast and reliable service and we don’t like to disappoint, with orders shipped out the same day if they are with us before Hip Flask Plymouth14:00pm (Monday to Friday) we are able to get our range of hip flasks to most places in the UK within one working day if next day delivery options are selected at the checkout.

With one of the largest ranges of pewter hip flasks and quality stainless steel hip flasks online in the UK we can offer a wide range of flasks that suit both male and female flask lovers.  With luxury leather and some novelty flasks we really do cater for all groups of people.

From weddings to retirements hip flasks make the perfect personalised gift, adding a message or even a logo to make your gift really stand out.  With out in house engraving team everything is handled by us so from start to finish you know who you are dealing with.
So checkout our online flask store and get a great gift for that someone special in your life.


The city of Plymouth is found in Devon England, situated on the south coast. This coastal city lies between the two rivers Plym and Tamar where they join the bay known as Plymouth Sound or locally as ‘The Sound’.Plymouth-lighthouse

The history of Plymouth dates back to the Bronze Age at Mount Batten where the first settlement in this area was established, with fishing and tin being at the centre of trade. The Romans used this settlement as a trading post until the emergence of Sutton in the 9th century which became a more prosperous village and so trade moved to there instead, this trade village was renamed to Plymouth as was a major trading port due to the natural harbor and easy access to the Atlantic.

Nowadays Plymouth maintains a strong shipbuilding industry that dates back to the early 20th century, ferry links to Spain and France (Brittany) have continued and so this port city remains dedicated to localised sea travel.