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Grav SandBlasted Spoon Pipe
The Grav Sandblasted Spoon is a glass pipe with a classic design, but with a very special look: the exterior of the pipe has been sandblasted to create a matte-looking finish and a frosty appearance.
Simple to use and easy to carry, this glass pipe has an inverted ash-catching mouthpiece and a deep bowl. At 4 inches long it's the perfect compromise between being big enough for a good hit and still able to fit in your pocket.
Available in a large variety of colors, this 4” SandBlasted Spoon pipe is a straightforward piece of art that gets the job done!
How to use a SandBlasted Glass Spoon Pipe
A spoon pipe is a type of smoking pipe that is suitable for smoking tobacco, flowers, and other herbs. This glass pipe features a small tube, a mouthpiece, and a bowl head. Just pack the herbs into the bowl and with the lighter they can get to smoke.
Most spoons feature a carburetor, also known as a carb hole. The carb hole is a simple hole located on the side of the bowl head. When smoking with the hole covered, the smoke is drawn in through the burning herb and is collected inside the bowl. When the carb hole is uncovered, the air gets in allowing the smoke to be rapidly inhaled resulting in smoother smoke.
How to clean a Spoon Pipe
Cleaning your Sandblasted spoon pipe by Grav Labs is really easy!. All you need is some Isopropyl Solution, freshwater, and some paper towels. Mix the Isopropyl and the Fresh Water into a jar, and place the pipe into the solution. Take it out of the solution and place it on some paper towels. Dry it with paper towels.
- Length Height: 4"
- Sandblasted for a frosty look
- Use With: Dry Herb
- Carb: On The Left
- Designed By: Stephan Peirce
What's in the Box:
- 1x - 4" Sandblasted Spoon Pipe by GRAV
NOTE: This is an individually handcrafted glass piece. Details, decals, colors, and patterns may vary.