Carved in India, these small bone pipes with brass inlay and bowl feel great in the hand. No word of what bone from what animal is used, so feel free to tell your mates it’s whatever you like. Tiger? Human? Cow? Whatever, it’s probably best not to gift one to a vegetarian in any case.
Fimo is a polymer modelling clay that hardens in the oven to create attractive artworks, or in this case, a unique pipe design. It’s modelled around a steel bowl and stem for strength. Warm in the hand and light on the eye, the long-stemmed Fimo pipe will give you the air of a psychedelic Gandalf of Lord of the rings, but then a bit less dumb :)
The Wickie Pipe Lighteris a fantastic pipe with a lighter already built in. It provides an acrylic mouthpiece opening up to an angle of 90° with the tobacco bowl at the other end. A stash is located under the mouthpiece for storing herbs. The lighter can be easily cleaned by removing the screw attached to the pipe on the lighter; remove the mouthpiece of the bowl and clean the device.
The Tobacco Taster Disposable Pipe is an ingenious little pipe for the quick smoke en-route. Integrated screen, small, compact, clean and convenient, easy to hide and no big loss when lost - hey, it IS a disposable pipe.
Corn Cob Pipes are an inexpensive alternative to extremely expensive real briar pipes. But, cheap doesn't mean they are bad - rather the opposite is the case. For a bargain price, you get a smoking device that can last a long, LONG time if treated well.