Hand Pipes and Glass Pipes

Hand Pipes are classic, vintage smoking devices used by your grandparents. Often referred to as smoking "bowls'', our borosilicate glass tubes are perfect for smokers of all types. Unless you're looking for an air bubbler, the glass sleeve usually gives you a dry smoke, which means no water-based smoke diffusion....

Hand Pipes are classic, vintage smoking devices used by your grandparents. Often referred to as smoking "bowls'', our borosilicate glass tubes are perfect for smokers of all types. Unless you're looking for an air bubbler, the glass sleeve usually gives you a dry smoke, which means no water-based smoke diffusion. Some people prefer a bong or brush rig instead, portable tubes such as spatula and scissors provide convenience for portability and ease of movement. To smoke dried herbs, tobacco, or any other legal substance with your pipe, all you need to do is wrap the material in the bowl chamber, light it up and go! There is usually a hole in the side called a "carb" that acts as a way to let out the smoke and change your airflow. Go ask your grandpa, he'll show you. Hand Pipes are classic, vintage smoking devices used by your grandparents. Often referred to as smoking "bowls'', our borosilicate glass tubes are perfect for smokers of all types. Unless you're looking for an air bubbler, the glass sleeve usually gives you a dry smoke, which means no water-based smoke diffusion.

Some people prefer a bong or brush rig instead, portable tubes such as spatula and scissors provide convenience for portability and ease of movement.

To smoke dried herbs, tobacco, or any other legal substance with your pipe, all you need to do is wrap the material in the bowl chamber, light it up and go!

There is usually a hole in the side called a "carb" that acts as a way to let out the smoke and change your airflow. Go ask your grandpa, he'll show you.

Glass tubes are one of the most versatile and convenient ways to smoke dried herbs. Because they require nothing more than a lighter, glass tubes are suitable for almost any situation, whether you smoke at home or on the go.

We have an assortment of interesting tubes made from other materials counting ceramic and wood, but the foremost prevalent choice is a glass sleeve (commonly alluded to as a ‘bowl’). The classic pipes provide a smooth and reliable way to suck up your favorite weed and are often small enough to fit in your pocket.

Sleeves come in a number of shapes, and within those shapes are a virtually endless combination of colors, styles, themes, and sizes. The most popular shapes for hand tubes are:

Spoon: Thanks to their sleek and ergonomic shape, the spoon tube is the most popular hand tube option.

Employing an expansive, forward-facing carburetor gap (as contradicted to a carburetor gap mounted over a spoon), Steamrollers are extraordinary for conveying bigger shots with negligible fabric. Beginners often find "hard" road rollers on the throat, but with a little practice, you'll learn how to tweak carbohydrates for the exact amount of air you need.

Sherlock: These increasingly popular pipes are named after the famous detective Sherlock Holmes. With long vertical handles, they are fun to hold and add to any collection. Some sacks have a flat base that allows them to stay upright, preventing your herbs from falling out.

Chillum: By far the smallest and simplest design for a hand-held hose, these straight tubes have a front light and no carburetor hole. Many peppers work well with “canoes,” which are pocket-sized wooden or metal containers for herbs and peppers.

Glass Blunt: For a more modern take on classic chillum, glass blunts offer an expandable, sliding herb chamber so you can pack as much or as little as you want.

Bubbler: These combo tubes combine the small size and portability of a handheld tube with the smooth, clean filtration of a water hose.
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