Best pipe design
Best pipe design
• Over sized draw channel bore diameter
• Screen support bevel aligns the heavy gage screen to seal bowl edge against leakage and form a concave shape to the bottom of the bowl.
• Smoke flow chamber between filter screen and draw channel
• Cleaning tool included makes for quick and mess free maintenance
Over sized draw way, screen support bevel and smoke flow chamber create an amazingly easy and efficient draw. Heavy duty screens and cleaning tool make for easy and mess free maintenance.
Most pipes used by non tobacco smokers have these disadvantages in common.
So….. not much thought goes into the functional design or the artistic & aesthetic process of selecting the raw material and shaping the finished product. Oregon Territory Tree Parts and Dee C Designs have addressed all of these issues. The results will make your smoking experience more pleasurable, personalized and entertaining.
Personalize your smoking experience with custom features, wood species, styles and colors. Pipes seen here are made from (left to right) Holly (Mad Hatter model), Black Walnut, Mahogany, Holly (Flintstone model), Black Locust (flame tempered with exposed grain), Holly (with Oregon Berry stain), Holly (with right handed flame bender option), Holly (compliment to previous – left handed flame bender option) Black Locust (8-Ball model with flame tempered and streaked finish)
FLAME BENDER feature: Pipe smokers often rotate the pipe to one side for easier lighting. With the lighter held to the side, the flame is bent by the air flowing into the bowl making it easier to light the smoke without burning the lighter, your hand, or the edge of the bowl. Pipe stems shaped to a round, symmetrical end allow any angle of rotation but lack character and style. Try carving a stem that automatically rotates the bowl to your preference when held ready to light.