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Smoking Pipes

Welcome to our smoking pipes shop! Our smoking devices section contains every kind of portable pipe, except bongs or water pipes. Metal pure pipes, shabongs, shotgun pipes, steamrollers and one hitters as well as chillums and so on - a very special kind of smoking device is the electronic pipe.

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Glass Pipes

Glass Pipes

Here you find pretty glass pipes and glass smoking tools like shabongs, oil pipes, chillums and glass hand vaporizers in different forms and sizes.

Metal Pipes

Metal Pipes

Metal pipes are extremely portable and durable. Pipes made of metal, aluminium or brass additionally convince through their cooling effect. They aren't too expensive, but if kept in good shape they last virtually forever, and due to their material properties they cool the smoke..

Wooden Pipes

Wooden Pipes

Wooden pipes are the classics among smoking devices. Once you get used to your time-worn and oft-smoked pipe made from rose wood, shisham, ebony or briar, you won't let go easily.

Clay Pipes

Clay Pipes

Clay pipes are the classic tobacco pipes. They are extremely heat resistant and have a neutral taste

Soapstone Pipes

Soapstone Pipes

Soapstone actually is a magnesium silicate which can be obtained worldwide. Our pipes are mostly out of material from Africa since it is perfect for carving. Due to their cooling effect these soapstone pipes are very popular.

Meerschaum pipes

Meerschaum pipes

Meerschaum pipes are very extraordinary pipes. Meerschaum is a rare mineral looking similar to white clay. The porous structure keeps the smoke mild and cool.

Electronic pipes

Electronic pipes

Electronic pipes are battery operated and have a fan that moves the smoke into your mouth automatically - no need to even breathe anymore!

Modular Pipes

Modular Pipes

If regular pipes are too large for you then you can use modular pipes. You can easily take them apart for transportation, and you also have the advantage of easier pipe cleaning.

Stealth Pipes

Stealth Pipes

Stealth Pipes - You wouldn't suspect that these are smoking tools in disguise. Stealth pipes are the right tools for your secret smoking mission. By a few easy steps, by joining, twisting or unfolding, they change their shape from an unremarkable accessory to a fully-fledged pipe - Maximus High, assemble!

Bubblers & Spoons

Bubblers & Spoon pipes

Exclusive glass spoon pipes and bubblers in different colour gradients - each of these pipes is handmade and completely unique.

Chillums

Chillums

Chillums are among the oldest smoking tools. In India, people have reportedly been using chillums for centuries. The classic form of the chillum is a conical pipe, tapered towards the mouthpiece, but overall straight and made out of stone, porcelain or wood.

Steamroller Pipes

Steamroller Pipes

Steamroller pipes are very popular mostly in South East Asia. They might be seen as something between a bong and a pipe even so they are not used with water but they do have a shothole. Steamroller pipes, also called shotgun pipes, are made from glass, some also from wood or acrylic.

One Hitter

One Hitter

One Hitter for accurate dose - a One-Hitter is designed for exactly one shot, a pipe for precise dosages.

Piecepipe

Piecepipe

The Piecepipe is a unique pipe for discerning smokers. Thanks to its compact dimensions, its four unique modes of use and the well thought-out sliding mechanism, the Piecepipe is the perfect pipe for on the road.

Smoking pipes ahoy! We have pure pipes and other portable smoke tools made of stainless steel, brass, glass, wood, ceramics, soapstone and other well-smokable materials. No matter what material they are made from or what their design is, the smoking technique is always the same. You put the tobacco or herbal blend into a more or less big bowl at the front end of the pipe, you ignite that mix and inhale at the mouthpiece. If you want to smoke your tobacco blend in a larger pipe smoking, you should crumble and crush your material well, otherwise your smoking experience might vary.

A purepipe however should best be used with pure, non-mixed herbs. To some extent you can also use a pipe as a vaporizer - there are special devices and bowls with lid and narrow opening, which should be a smoked using a strong gas lighter in order to reach the right temperature.
Good activated carbon filters for your pipe are always worth the while - even though there are rumors that they also filter desirable substances from the material. Carbon filters in pipes mainly remove contaminants such as tar and by-products of burnt herbs. And it's much easier to clean your pipe if you smoke it with screens and filters.

The pipe - a truly traditional smoking device

Pure pipes are THE original smoking tool. Early Native American cultures - whether in the North or the South Continent - used pipes for smoking tobacco, millennia before Europeans even came up with the idea of wrapping tobacco or other herbs in paper. Pipes made from corn or clay were found in the oldest known Mesoamerican settlements and show that this form of smoking culture may have an incredibly long history.

Later - when tobacco became increasingly common in Europe during and after the Colombian exchange - pipes even became a status symbol. Noble meerschaum pipes or smoking devices made of the very robust briar wood became more and more popular. And the tobacco pipe even found its way into modern art. French painter René Magritte famously claimed: "Ceci n'est pas une pipe" - You can not smoke the image of a pipe!

Anyway, the regular tobacco pipe used to be the standard smoking device, but is almost forgotten nowadays.

Raw Materials for Smoking pipes

Classic tobacco pipes are made from a range of different materials. The most common probably are:
  • clay pipes
  • Meerschaum pipes
  • corn cob pipes
  • Bruyère
  • soapstone pipes
Apart from that there are some pipes made from unusual and rather rare materials. Most inexpensive pipes simply are from wood, glass, or metal, such as one-hitters, bats, chillums, dugouts, and so on.