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Vapir One Review:

Vapir One 5.0 arrived on the market in 2002 and is a unique design that can be used both as a tabletop and a semi-portable vaporizer. The model is often used as a dry herb vaporizer and a tobacco vaporizer.

  • Vapir One 5.0 gives you the flexibility to vape
  • Direct draw or balloon techniques
  • Comes with equipment for both options
  • Can be used in the car or as a desktop device
  • Its ease of use makes the Vapir One 5.0 a good choice
  • Easy for first time users
  • Doesn’t require any special techniques for good vape
  • Plastic construction results in less-than-pure vapor
  • Fan is very noisy
  • Warranty on Vapir One 5.0 is only 90 days long
  • Vaporizer isn’t truly portable because it’s over-sized
  • Doesn’t have an internal power supply.

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In-Depth details of Vapir One 5.0:

Price – Vapir One 5.0 original retail price is $280, but it is discontinued by the Vapir brand, and replaced by NO2. Making it one of the higher-priced options among the best portable vaporizer models sold in smoke shops and a mid-priced option when compared to tabletop vaporizers at vape shops.

Reputation – For its price range, the Vapir ONE has a fair to good reputation. The main criticism of the model is that the housing is made out of plastic, which releases impurities into the vapor and compromises the taste.

Guarantee – Vapir One 5.0 comes with a basic 90-day guarantee, which is very short when compared to other models. This is pretty standard for vaporizers that are made in China, like this particular design.

Prep Time – In 2 to 5 minutes, the Vapir One 5.0 can be ready for use. Set-up is rather easy if you follow the instructions provided with the model.

Portability– Vapir One 5.0 requires an external power source for operation, so it’s not an option for vaping completely on the go. Fortunately, the handle design allows it to be held in your hand. You can also purchase a power adapter to use it in an automobile – making it more portable than other non-battery designs. The unit measures 8 inches by 6 inches by 3.5 inches in size, making it easy to store away. The fan in the model is very noisy, so it is less compact than others.

Ease of Use – Using the Vapir One 5.0 is rather straightforward. The model comes with a mouthpiece for direct draws, and requires no special breath-work technique to vape. You also get a balloon kit, making this unit rather versatile and excellent for group vaping.

Heating and Temperature Regulators – Vapir One 5.0 is a convection model, and has a temperature regulator that provides three heat options. A digital display allows you to monitor the temperature with ease. While there are very few reports of combustion with the model; there are some reports of the mouthpiece melting due to the heat produced by the vaporizer. You can avoid this problem by not over-inserting it.

Power Supply – With the Vapir One 5.0, you either need to plug the vaporizer into a standard AC outlet or into the cigarette lighter of a vehicle. The car adapter is sold separately.

Vapir One 5.0 Vaporizer is designed to be used both as a desktop and a semi-portable dry herb vaporizer. Check Out all of the Pros and Cons in this review!

Planet of the Vapes ONE

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Planet of the Vapes offers free shipping on all orders over $25.00 within the United States.

Portable vaporizers and most accessories are shipped with 1-3 business day (1st class) shipping. Larger (desktop) vaporizers are shipped with 1-5 day service.

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We want you to be more than happy with your purchase from Planet of the Vapes, we want you to be thrilled! If for any reason you are not fully satisfied, you can return your purchased items, even if used, for a full refund or store credit within 14 days. Unopened, unused merchandise can be returned within 30 days.

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Our team of friendly experts is happy to answer any questions you may have. Whether it’s related to your order or if you are looking for advice on which vaporizer best suits your needs, don’t hesitate to reach out any time. The preferred and fastest way to get in touch with us, is via our customer support desk.

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Features

  • Ultra Pocketable
  • Heats up in 30 seconds
  • Vibration Feedback
  • Digital Temperature Controls
  • Includes Stock and Glass Mouthpieces
  • Two Year Warranty

Who is the ONE for?

This ONE’s going to impress! We found an affordable, ultra-portable vaporizer with great performance, and we made it even better. It’s small, packs a punch, is full of features, but still tough. The ONE is the perfect vape to level up from the conduction vaporizer scene, and a solid, low-cost option for anyone serious about vaporizing.

Strong and tasty vapor

The ONE’s heating system fully extracts in just a few minutes, giving you tasty, potent vapor along the way. The air path is sealed from the electronics, with an open air flow for comfortable draws, and you’ll be surprised by the strong vapor from such a small package.

Ultra-pocketable

The ONE isn’t just little – it’s one of the smallest vapes we carry. It’s easy to palm, or lose in your pocket, and built for durability. Toss it in any bag without worry when using the tough, standard mouthpiece.

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Every millimeter feels like it’s been put to good use, and you’ll be impressed with the vapor and battery life you get out of something this small.

Good battery life

The internal (non user-replaceable) battery has a 30 to 40-minute run time, for six to eight four-minute sessions, depending on the temperature used. We’re pretty impressed, given the ONE’s size. Most vaporizers this small only come through with three to four sessions before tapping out. Most people will get at least a full night out of a single charge.

30-second heat-up time

The POTV ONE is ready to vape in 30 to 40 seconds, depending on the temperature used and the battery level. Once it’s ready, the waiting is over and you can hit it continuously. With times like that, you can have a quick session anywhere, or even use it for one quick hit and throw it back in your pocket.

Easy, intuitive controls

With no learning curve, the ONE is the perfect vape to pass around the room, or relax with by yourself. It has three buttons that work like you think they should – turn it on with three clicks of the big button, pick your favorite temperature with the other two buttons, and wait for it to vibrate 30 seconds later. Easy peasy.

Lots of features

You read that right – we added vibration feedback! The POTV ONE lets you know when it’s ready to vape, or when it’s turned off, all without even a glance. But we didn’t stop there. The screen shows the critical points all at once – temperature, battery level, and a session timer – and is flippable, so you can hold it however you like and still read the display.

Add some glass

Out of the box, the ONE is fully equipped with a tough, low-profile mouthpiece for your pockets, and a second Accessory Attachment for all kinds of fun with glass. When you’re ready to change things up a little bit, grab a curved mouthpiece, one of our custom-fit glass bubblers, or a water pipe adapter, for even cooler vapor.

Unbeatable value

The ONE combines ultra-small size, lots of features, and the flexibility to work with glass, for just $109. While the battery is better than anything else in its size class, you’ll love how easy it is to get such potent clouds, and that’s what it’s all about.

Warranty

The ONE vaporizer has a 2-year warranty when purchased from Planet of the Vapes and, as with all vaporizers purchased from us, you are also covered by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

What’s in the box

  • Planet of the Vapes ONE Vaporizer with Standard Mouthpiece
  • Micro-USB Charging Cable
  • Accessory Attachment with Tinted Glass Stem
  • Tweezers
  • Cleaning Brush
  • Spare Gasket and Screen
  • Dosing Capsule
  • Concentrate Pad
  • Dab Tool
  • Quickstart Guide

Technical specifications

  • Battery capacity: LiPo, 1600mAh
  • Height: 3.2 in / 8.1 cm
  • Width: 2 in / 5.0 cm
  • Depth: 1 in / 2.7 cm
  • Weight: 4.6 oz / 130 g
  • Temperature Range: 320° F – 430° F / (160° C – 221° C)
  • Charging: 90 minute charge time with a 30 minute run time
  • Warranty: Two years
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

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This is my 4th vaporizer, but it’s my first one with a Titanium) bowl. There’s sort of a learning curve with the One. With all of the attachments and ability to temp step, you really have to find the right attachment and temp that works for you. I’m finding that the titanium bowl takes a little longer to get “seasoned” even after a few weeks it still has a metallic taste to it. However. every rip and every temp adjustment gets better. Kind of like that old cast iron frying pan. I see it’s gonna take some time to get a good coating of “experience” on this puppy. Definitely a solid product. built for the long hall.

Purchased this vape last February, so I have had a lot of hands-on experience and time with it. First of all this vape is my second vape ever used and purchased, so my review is based off function and practicality rather than comparing it to what else is on the market. For function, it does everything you’d want, it has a good draw resistance and produces a nice thick vapor from only a small amount of ****, it heats up very fast and it’s easy to use. Plus it’s easy to clean. What more do you want? Well practicality of course and sadly this vape doesn’t have it. I know Planet of The Vapes made alterations to the original design, that’s why there are many variations from different companies, so maybe they all share the same practicality issues, which are, 1. The battery sucks! This only lasts 25-30 minutes. I’m not sure what the longevity of the battery is, but if it lasts less over time, then this vape will have to stay indoors and will lose its portability status. 2. The vape cannot be used when charging. This is one of the worst faults about this vape, with an already short battery life, not being able to use it while charging is plain ******. 3. No USB type C and it’s 2020. Planet of The Vapes The One uses old school mini USB to charge which is just so unpractical in 2020. 4. This is the Achilles heel of this vape, you see the image, where the mouth piece comes off, in order to put in the ****? Well this mouth piece, no matter what attachment you have on, 10 out of 10 times, this will come off in your pocket, or simply lying on the sofa when its moved or if it’s in your bag, resulting in the **** falling out. This is pure and simple a MASSIVE design flaw. It makes it’s portability useless unless you use sticky tape to keep it attached. No thanks. 5. No inbuilt tools for mixing your herb for when you’re on the go. It’s a portable vape and this SHOULD be a no-brainer. No questions asked. But this is a BIG NO with this vape. Conclusion, with it’s great draw resistance and thick vapors produced, it has some major design flaws and poor decisions made to use mini USB over type C with no use during charges. This Vape in my opinion, should never leave your home. It’s not practical enough to be portable.

Creating a service ticket for you right now, David. We can address that loose mouthpiece under warranty for you. I’ll also forward your other insights to our design team. That you very much for your honest evaluation of our ONE. Much appreciated. Talk to you soon, Larry

I am still new to vaping and ordered the POTV One after my main vaporizer was no longer working. For my medication, this vaporizer is amazing! Easy to fill and warms up to the set temp incredibly fast. The LED screen display is simple to see what the temp is and the battery life. At this price, I am so impressed. Pros: fast shipping, portable, charges quickly, inexpensive, heats up very quickly, pulls great, and very easy to clean Cons: This is only a small con! sometimes the mouth piece part is tricky to take off, I do have arthritis, it’s not just an issue with the vaporizer itself

Hi Kate, In regards to taking off the mouthpiece, don’t pull it off but rather, put your fingers into the indents and gently rotate it off, top first. Regards, Larry

Planet of the Vapes really came through with their customer service! My first vape was defective, and they sent me a replacement with an extra bubbler. I am happy with this company and will be recommending to my friends. Replacement vape is working well, hopefully no problems happen in the future with this one.

We found an affordable, ultra-portable vaporizer with great performance, and we made it even better. ✅ With bonus items, free shipping and hassle-free returns, there's no better time to buy!

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God Bud

Taste & Smell

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Effects

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About this Indica Strain

The indica cannabis strain God Bud emits an earthy pine aroma, and leaves a sweet aftertaste. When harvest-ready, its buds are light green, fluffy, and completely covered in trichomes, often giving it a frosty-white appearance from a distance.

The parent strains of God Bud are the sativa Hawaiian and hybrid Purple Skunk. It first blossomed under the care of BC Bud Depot, a Canadian cannabis seed company located in British Columbia.

Its THC content lies at 18%-19% on average, with some crops reaching up to an amazing high of 27%. The high is known to induce sleepiness while relaxing the muscles of the body. A state of euphoria will overtake the consumer, and a fit of the munchies might occur. This strain is best consumed right before dinner, to satisfy any cravings before slipping into a peaceful, relaxed rest.

Some reviewers have reported dizziness consuming God Bud, but such ill side-effects wear off within minutes. Expect dry mouth and in some instances, dry eyes as well.

Growers will enjoy God Bud’s height of reaching only three feet when fully flowered. This strain is best grown indoors at a cooler climate.

The indica cannabis strain God Bud emits an earthy pine aroma, and leaves a sweet aftertaste. When harvest-ready, its buds are light green, fluffy, and completely covered in trichomes, often giving it a frosty-white appearance from a distance. The parent strains of God Bud are the sativa Hawaiian…

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JETstacks

Features

Ultimate Percolation

Equipped with 56 retention barrel percolator nozzles per stack, our JET stack disks can be added together to produce a stackable powerhouse of diffusion, unmatched in performance.

Stackable and Adjustable

JET stacks are threaded and mounted on a metric, threaded medical grade stainless-steel rod. This gives you complete control over the spacing between the diffuser disks, for those of us who like to experiment with smoking.

Removable, Washable

Truth is, we love glass pipes, but when it comes to cleaning, those multi chamber honeycomb percolators just don’t come apart! Thats why we created the removable and interchangeable JET stacks, so you could get similar performance to a glass honeycomb diffuser, without the cleaning limitations.

Variety of Colors

Pick between a variety of colors, and customize your pipe to match your favorite team or color scheme, the possibilities are almost endless.

We continue to expand our collection of JET stack colors, so be sure to check in with our online store for new colors!

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Don’t have enough funds to purchase a high-end multi-chamber piece?

Thats one of the great things about the JET stacks! Buy a pipe now, then buy the stacks separately whenever you are ready! Its up to you, modify at your own pace.

Specifications

6061-T6 Aluminum Alloy

CNC Turned and Drilled

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JET stacks - SubZero Waterpipe upgrades -- Modular, stackable, customizable smoke percolation system

B-sm-X3 SubZero WaterPipe

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  • Lifetime Warranty
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  • NOT Compatible with STACKS
  • Less Diffusion – ideal for vaping
  • Includes V3 Bowl
  • Lifetime Warranty
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  • 100% CNC machined
  • Small tube – better for traveling
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The overall design and engineering put in to this is enough to give it five stars. The only problem I have is with the bowl that comes it, just too much air flow, but really isn’t a problem since other bowls are compatible

I like how the waterpipe hits and I wish it was possible for them to sell through our head shops to make easier for people to get them cause no one around here knows about them i havent tested out the durability of it but its awesome thanks for your product

I absolutely love my Jet Water Pipe! I smoke all of my favorite concentrates through it, even got a water whip attachment that allows me to smoke vape pens and cartridges through it. It’s my go to piece every single time.

Good product. very well made. I would hope a smaller bowl may be available, and even a smaller water pipe. Re-fitting the bubbler part into the base after cleaning is not too easy – it will sit crooked sometimes. Not sure if the stem is leaking at the base when smoking as well.

Its been great! Its hits amazingly

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CCell has become a highly trusted name in the vape community by consistently delivering quality products to all of their shoppers, whether new or loyal.

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CCell vaporizer hardware is manufactured by Smoore Technology. Smoore offers the proper staffing, space, and innovation to support a world-leading brand at the head of the oil vaporizer hardware market. CCell features patented, state-of-the-art oil cartridges and battery systems, and they use their resources and notoriety to continually evolve the industry.

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There is a reason VPM is so proud to offer a large selection of CCell’s industry-changing products, and that’s because their craftsmanship is superior. Although we would love to have you back frequently, with CCell, you may not have to worry about replacement parts for some time. A multitude of this brand’s components are known for their long-lasting nature. Many of CCell’s products are also compatible with other types of kits, and to further satisfy their customers, CCell offers a variety of material/color options for their products, catering to any style. They ensure there’s no need to worry about whether CCell is right for you.

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Focusing on individual action, the 2020 America Recycles Day highlights the actions we can all take to collectively address the challenges facing our nation’s recycling system. Through ARD, Keep America Beautiful and its partners inspire communities and individuals to recognize the economic, environmental, and social benefits of recycling. Keep America Beautiful urges people to pledge to reduce, reuse, repurpose and recycle in every aspect of their life. The #BeRecycled pledge is a promise to actively choose to live a recycled lifestyle by:

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Whelans Smoke Shop

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Whelan’s Cigar Store is the place to go in Berkeley for all your smoking needs. Inside you will find a wide variety of cigars, cigarettes, tobacco, and more. At Whelan’s Cigar Store you can also by pipes, water pipes, hookahs and other smoking apparatuses. Stop by the next time you need a new pipe or something to smoke in it.

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Hi-Times

Rated 3.6 / 5.0 from 5 Reviews

Hi-Times is a head shop in Berkeley, California.

You can also find vaping accessories and other vape shop products here.

Store Hours

  • Monday: 9:45 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 9:45 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 9:45 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Thursday: 9:45 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Friday: 9:45 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Saturday: 9:45 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Sunday: 9:45 AM – 9:00 PM

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Hi-Times on 2374 Telegraph Ave

Stupid expensive. $70 for a can of American Spirit is nearly double the price down in Oakland. I guess only come here if you don’t know any better ✌️

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Hi-Times on 2374 Telegraph Ave

20$ for a cheap downstem that should’ve been 5$. Also I bought two backwood singles and experienced my first fake backwood. Would not recommend shopping here.

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Great variety, good quality, and attentive personnel. They’ll make sure you get a better price than their competitors. Hi-ly recommend (pun intended)👍🏼

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Always feel rushed by the new staff CHEAP merchandise that they have just BAD QUALITY NOW!

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Always my favorite place for accessories in the Bay Area. Dal will always give you a good price and help you with whatever you’re looking for.

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What is a Headshop?

A head shop, commonly known as a “smoke shop” is a retail store that specializes in products for smoking tobacco, cannabis, and other accessories in this counterculture. Many head shops also carry Kratom, CBD, and other consumables – depending on the legality within their state. Smoke Shops have been around for decades, and are popular destinations for stoners and the smoking enthusiasts to find products to fit their lifestyle.

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Ghost line vs faint line

We get many questions about faint lines. Although there is no single factor which leads to faint test lines, the following are examples of possible causes.
1. “Matrix” interference: Urine is a complex biological specimen. The composition of urine specimens from person to person can vary widely depending on health, fluid consumption, and medication intake of the donor. Likewise, the composition of urine specimens from an individual donor may vary depending on the time of day and other factors. As a result of this inherent variation, the possibility exists that any donor may yield a urine specimen with a composition that produces faint test lines on certain immunoassays. As a result of this possible root cause, it is important to remember that a “line is a line” regardless of how faint and, the presence of a test line within the time limit of the test indicates a negative result for that assay.

2. Cross-Reactivity: We live in an era of unprecedented use of prescription and over-the-counter medications. Although they may not produce the same effect in the body, some medications are chemically similar to the drugs detected in a rapid drug screen test. If a compound is similar enough in structure to the drug being tested, it is possible that the presence of that compound could lead to faint test lines or even a false positive drug screen result. This phenomenon is one of the primary reasons why presumptive positive drug screen test results should be confirmed by an alternate methodology.

3. Assay-to-assay differences: In drug testing, it’s common practice to screen for multiple drugs simultaneously. In the most sophisticated products, as many as 12 drugs can be identified by a single drug screen device. Because of this, it’s easy to forget that each individual assay (even an individual test line on a multi-drug strip) is a separate diagnostic test with unique characteristics. For instance, some rapid drug assays are naturally lighter in line intensity than others. Most often, the light-line phenomenon is seen in THC metabolite tests although drug-class assays such as Benzodiazepines or Tricyclic Antidepressants can also be affected. As with the “matrix effect,” as a result of this possible root cause for light test lines, it is important to remember that a “line is a line” regardless of how faint and, the presence of a test line within the time limit of the test indicates a negative result for that assay.

4. Trace levels of drug in the specimen: It is possible that a faint test line on a rapid drug screen test is the result of the presence of “some” of the drug in the urine specimen (particularly in the case of THC). If this is the case, it is still critically important to note that the concentration of the drug is very likely below the cutoff level of the test, which indicates a negative result. Given the number of other factors which could cause faint test lines, it’s best to not over-interpret light test lines as containing some drug and just remember that the presence of a test line indicates a negative result for that drug.

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How to read Urine Drug Test Results

Urine drug test strips are a popular and inexpensive way to screen for the use of drugs. These easy to use tests determine if a certain level of drugs, also known as the detection level, are present in someone’s urine. The test does not tell you how much or how little of the drug is present , but only if it is above the detection level for the test.

Faint Line on Drug Test – what does it mean?

The intensity of the color of a line on the drug test does not mean anything and should not be interpreted as a measure of the amount of drugs. A faint line on a drug test is still a line, so if you have a faint line in the “T” area of the test then you have a negative drug screen. As you can see in the negative test results photos below, the THC strip is much lighter in color than the OXY test strip, but the test result is still negative.

One of the most common questions we receive is about the faint lines on a drug test and we have confirmed this answer with the manufacturer of the tests – the intensity of the color of the line does not mean anything on the test. Any line in the “T” region of the test strip, dark or very light, is considered a negative test.

How to read iCup Drug Test

The Control Region (C) line must appear at the top of each testing window. The results are read for each numbered line below the (C) line and the number corresponds to the drug letters printed below the window. Below are two examples, one with a 13 panel iCup with all negative results and the other showing a positive result for Opiates and Marijuana.

NEGATIVE Drug Test Results

Two lines of any color intensity appear. A colored line appears in the Control Region (C) and a colored line appears in the Test Region (T).

Even if the line that appears is faint, the result should be considered negative. The possible shades of colored lines in the T Region may vary.

What does a Negative Drug Test result mean? Negative means that the concentrations in the urine sample are below the designated cut-off levels for a particular drug tested. A negative drug test result does not always mean there are no drugs present in the person being tested, it means there are not drugs present above the cut off limit. For example, the cutoff level for marijuana is 50 ng/mL, therefore a person with only 30 ng/mL of THC in their system would test negative on a marijuana drug test. The cutoff levels are suggested by SAMHSA and used to prevent too many false positives for traces amounts of a drug in someone’s system. The cutoff levels are different for each drug and most workplace drug testing use a standard set of cutoff levels. However, law enforcement and addiction treatment programs will sometimes use a lower cutoff level in their testing since they have a zero tolerance policy. If you are using a home drug test, you will want to make sure the cut off level of the test you are using is the same as the one you will be taking elsewhere. Please check your instructions for more information on the cut-off levels being used in your test.

POSITIVE

One Line appears in the Control Region (C) and NO line appears in the Test Region (T).

Positive means that the drug concentration in the urine sample is greater than the designated cut-off level for a specific drug and additional confirmatory drug testing may be needed. Please check your instructions for more information on the cut-off levels being used in your test.

What is an INVALID test result?

No line appears in the Control Region (C).

The most likely reasons for this are insufficient specimen volume, incorrect procedural techniques or a faulty test. Please read the directions again and repeat the test with a new test card. If result is still invalid, please contact Home Health Testing at 1-888-448-5657.

How to read a urine drug test result with photo examples of the tests. Answers to your questions about a faint line on a drug test and what it means.

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How to Make a Wooden Smoking Pipe

Introduction: How to Make a Wooden Smoking Pipe

The smoking pipe has been around for ages. It is a very popular item and comes in many different styles from “The Gambler” to “The Churchwarden”. I made a pipe just for the fun of another DIY out in the workshop. But, I do not smoke. There are plenty of ways to make a pipe. You could turn one on the lathe in two separate pieces and then fit them together, or you might want to carve it out of Briar wood and then just drill your way through from the stem to the other end. But, in this easy step-by-step instructable, we will cut two identical pipe shapes out of wood and use a Dremel to carve out the inside and then glue the two halves together.

Step 1: Cut Out the Pipe

Print out the PDF file below on an 8 inch by 11 inch sheet of paper. Cut out the pipe stencil and trace it two times on a piece of wood that is 3/4 of an inch thick. When you trace the pipe, it is very important to make sure that the stem of it is parallel to the wood grain. If you trace it against the wood grain, the stem will be very fragile and will probably break. Next cut out the two pipe shapes. I used my band saw for this, but you could use a jig saw or whatever you have at hand.

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Step 2: Drilling the Bowl

You will need a 13/16 drill bit, a drill press (a drill would work, too, but it might not come out as good), and a C clamp. Line up the two halves of the pipe and clamp them together at the bottom. Next, draw a straight line from the top right corner to the bottom left corner. Draw another line from the top left corner to the bottom right corner. Where the two lines intersect is where you are going to drill your hole. Put your 13/16 drill bit in your drill press and drill so that the point on the bit will go straight into the center of the pipe bowl. Go down an inch and stop there.

Step 3: Dig Out the Airway

I have attached an image above. It is a diagram of the pipe airway that you should carve. Copy this onto your pipe cutouts so that when you put the to halves together, the drawing of the airway is on the inside. Use a dremel or a rotary tool to carve this out. don’t go down to deep in the stem. Once you are done with the carving, line up the two halves of your pipe so that the airway is on the inside. Put your lips to the end of the stem and blow. If you could blow through it easily then you are ready to move on to the next step. If not, then keep carving until you can.

Step 4: Glue the Two Halves Together

Take out some strong wood glue and dab a little bit in the blank spots where you haven’t carved anything and put a LITTLE LITTLE bit on the stem because when you put the two halves together, the glue will want to seep into the airway and block it up. Clamp the two halves together or put them in a vice for a few hours. Once it is completely dry, take it out of all the pressure and blow pretty hard into it. If you could blow through, then you’re ready to move on. If not, then place the tip of a flathead screwdriver on the seam where the halves met and tap the top of the screwdriver with a hammer to split them apart. Sand all the glue off and carve the airway a little deeper, and then try to glue them together again.

Step 5: Cut Out the Stem

You could use a hack saw for this or a band saw. I chose the hack saw because I have a little more control over it. Mark a line down each side of the stem, showing where you want to cut. Make sure to widen it at the end where you will blow through. A wider stem will fit more comfortably in one’s mouth. Put your pipe into a vice and tighten it around the bottom. Carefully, cut down each line you drew. If you are using a hack saw, cut in from the side to the point where you stopped cutting on the pencil line. This will let the hack saw turn more freely.

Step 6: Sand the Stem

Use a dremel or rotary tool to carve the corners off of your stem. Keep carving your stem until you think it looks good. Use some 80 grit sandpaper and just sand the stem a little bit. Move up to some finer 150 grit sandpaper and sand the stem some more. Keep moving up in grits until you get to about 500 grit.

Step 7: Carving and Sanding the Bowl Section

I put my pipe in a vice and cut off all the corners of the bowl with a hack saw. Be very careful not to cut too deep into the pipe. Once all your corners are cut off, Take some 80 grit sandpaper and sand all of the bowl section. You could sand by hand, but it takes a very long time, so I used my electric DA sander to get the job done. Once I was done with the 80 grit I went to some 150 grit. I started to sand by hand at this point with the 150 grit. Move up through the same grits that you used on the stem.

Step 8: Finishing Your Pipe

I used wood stain to give my pipe a little more character. But do not stain it if you plan on smoking it. Because when you light it, the pipe will go up in flames and burn to ash. Next, I coated it with lacquer. Once again, do not use lacquer, varnish, wood stain, etc. I only used it because I’m not going to actually smoke it. If you are looking for a finish that will not go up in flames, try some mineral oil. Mineral oil is a food-safe finish and could be used to finish a smoking pipe. Dab a little bit of mineral oil onto a piece of 1500 grit and wet sand your whole pipe. Once the entire pipe is wet sanded, polish it off with a rag or paper towel. Now, you are done! Enjoy your new pipe.

How to Make a Wooden Smoking Pipe: The smoking pipe has been around for ages. It is a very popular item and comes in many different styles from "The Gambler" to "The Churchwarden". I made a pipe just for the fun of another DIY out in the workshop. But, I do not smoke. There are plent…

The Ultimate Pipe Shapes Guide

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Nature is often emulated in human craft, and pipe making is no exception. The aptly named Acorn has all the appearance of its muse. Its bowl is of conical shape, somewhat like that of the Dublin, but whereas the bowl of a Dublin tapers from rim to heel in a linear fashion, the bowl of an Acorn is, well, more like an acorn.

The Acorn’s bowl swells outward from the top, and then begins to taper, reaching a point at the bottom of the bowl, which sometimes extends below the line of the shank (a characteristic not commonly found among pipe shapes). The point at the bottom of the bowl can be sharp or rounded. Acorns are usually made with round shanks to compliment their natural bowls, and shanks can be bent or straight, though bent shanks are the mode. If bent, it is usually not more than 1/4 so. Acorns can be found in all variety of finishes and stain colors.

Apple

Often difficult to distinguish from the Author, Brandy and sometimes even the Tomato, the Apple pipe is traditionally a slightly shorter and softer version of the beloved Billiard. The more generous curvature is most noticeable at the top going toward the rim, and around the middle of the bowl, the walls of which are more convex than a Billiard’s. For those of us that failed geometry, that is to say that its walls protrude more from the chamber than those of a Billiard’s, but not as much as an Author, Brandy or Tomato.

Regardless of the confusion, Apples are very much a favorite of pipe enthusiasts and are in ample supply. Apples can be found in either the straight or bent variety, and are also commonly made as “full bent” pipes (close to a 90° shank bend, and usually featuring stouter bowls) for those who want to have a professorial air about them without actually having to grade any exams. Their shanks are very seldom anything but round, and often quite beefy. Its soft edges and medium-sized bowl give it a classic look and make it very comfortable to hold.

Author

A bigger brother to the Prince shape, the Author features the same flattened ball shape, but is quite a bit larger than its smaller sibling. The Author’s hefty bowl sits at the end of a burly shank that almost always has a 1/8 – 1/4 bend. Its thick walls help keep the bowl from heating up and make for a comfortable hold.

The Author is usually seen as a smooth pipe and it lends itself quite nicely to a lighter stain color or even a natural finish, simply buffed to a shine with no stain at all. The origin of the Author name quite possibly comes from the ease and comfort with which it can be clenched in the teeth, whilst hunched over, penning furiously a literary masterpiece.

Billiard

Perhaps no shape embodies that of the smoking pipe more clearly than the classic Billiard. Favored by the likes of J.R.R. Tolkien, Albert Einstein, C.S. Lewis and countless other famous pipe enthusiasts, the Billiard continues to be a well-esteemed shape by pipe smokers today. The most likely explanation for the origin of its name is the French word for stick, bille. It may have been so called because its round, straight shank was reminiscent of a billiard cue. A Billiard’s bowl is cylindrical from top to bottom, and usually measures about 1.5 – 2″ tall. Many Billiards break away from the rigid cylindrical shape, and feature bowls that curve very slightly inward at the rim and the heel. The bowl of a Billiard should also be canted forward ever so slightly (approximately 2°), which softens the overall appearance.

True to its namesake, a classic Billiard’s shank is still both round and straight, and is about as long as its bowl is tall. Tapered or saddle stems are both common on this pipe, and stems measure 2 inches in length, give or take. The Billiard’s timeless shape has served as a launching pad for many other pipe shapes over the years. The Oom Paul, Chimney, Pot, and Canadian (including all its sub-styles) all feature a Billiard shaped bowl, but are considered to be unique shapes by virtue of their respective variations. While originally a straight pipe, Billiard’s now come as 1/2 and 3/4 bent pipes as well. To no one’s surprise, the Billiard is offered in the widest range of colors and finishes possible, and virtually all pipe making entities produce their own versions of the world’s most popular pipe shape. A true classic.

Blowfish

The Blowfish is considered a freehand shape in the world of pipe making. It is a perfect example of beautiful asymmetry; it’s organic and graceful, but by no means overly delicate. The Blowfish takes the appearance of a squished ball, having a wide, bulging profile, and a more narrow face. The carver orients the Blowfish so that the cross grain exits on the broad-sided profile of the pipe, resulting in a stunning manifestation of birdseye on one or both sides. Naturally, straight or flame grain will then flow across the narrower width of the pipe. The shank of a Blowfish should exit fluidly at the bottom of the bowl, having no interrupted or abrupt lines. The stem then exits the shank in a similar fashion, but bends gently in the opposite direction. Therefore the vast majority are created as bent pipes, and many deeply so.

Shank extensions and embellishments of horn, exotic woods, and metals are often seen on these pipes. Due to the Blowfish requiring extraordinary grain quality, this is another pipe shape that can really strain the piggy bank, and is seldom found in anything but a smooth finish.

Brandy

The Brandy is one of the most popular pipe shapes in the world today, and it’s easy to see why. With easy-flowing lines and elegant proportions, the Brandy has been aesthetically groomed over the course of many decades to resemble its namesake, the brandy glass. While the shape of the bowl can vary considerably, Brandys are recognizable by their wide, rounded base, which tapers sharply to meet the comparatively narrow mouth of the chamber. More often than not, you’ll find them in a smooth finish since the shape flaunts the straight grain of a briar block extremely well.

Handmade Brandys typically display an even more voluptuous base which tapers more dramatically, on account of not being limited to the abilities of a machine to form their shape. Shanks are usually round, can be straight or slightly bent, and are usually fitted with a tapered stem, bent from 1/4 – 3/4. Less common features include a flared shank and/or army mount stem. All in all the Brandy has a classic, sophisticated appearance with a wonderful feel in hand. Just resist the urge to swirl it round and round.

Bulldog

This well-known shape has been a favorite among many smoking pipe enthusiasts for the past several decades. Thanks to its unique bowl shape, the Bulldog is quite easily distinguishable from every other pipe shape, save for the Rhodesian, which is really a varietal of the Bulldog. The bowl of a Bulldog is essentially two cones adjoined at their bases, the top cone being abbreviated at the chamber, and the bottom cone blending into the shank. A hallmark almost always found on a Bulldog is one or more thin grooves cut into the circumference of the bowl. Each groove is usually slightly less than the width of a toothpick, and their number and placement may vary, though they are usually found near the junction of the two “cones.” Bulldogs that do not have grooves are few and far between.

Along with the bowl’s unique shape and grooves, Bulldogs are typified by a diamond-shaped shank. With the hard edges of the shank and the round walls of the bowl, it is paramount that the transition of bowl to shank be executed with skill to avoid an awkward appearance. Like the shank, the stem of a Bulldog is also diamond-shaped, with both tapered and saddle-bit stems being equally acceptable. Bulldogs make excellent candidates for combination finishes such as “partially sandblasted” pipes due to their multiple distinct surface areas created by the hard lines of the pipe’s unique shape.

Calabash

The image of a Calabash pipe is, for many, inseparable from that of the legendary investigator, Sherlock Holmes. Often simply called a “Calabash,” the name is anything but arbitrary. The calabash gourd was the original medium from which these pipes were crafted. A gourd of proper shape and size was selected, then cleaned and dried carefully before being drilled and fitted with a bowl and stem. In recent times, however, pipe makers have begun to craft these pipes out of other materials including briar, without forsaking the classic shape and unique mechanics.

Calabash pipes lay claim to a functional feature entirely distinct unto themselves. The bowl of the Calabash pipe is removable, held in place by a tension fit, or by “unscrewing” it from a threaded seat at the head of the pipe (a modern improvement). Historically the bowls were crafted in meerschaum, but are now also made from briar, ivory, or less commonly, boxwood or other suitable hardwoods. When the bowl of the Calabash is removed, one can see the cavernous interior chamber of the pipe, which allows for the smoke to become quite cool and dry before it is drawn into the mouth of the smoker. Calabashes may vary in overall size, but are easily distinguishable from other pipe shapes. The Calabash is typified by a very dramatic bend in the body of the pipe, nearly assuming the shape of a “U”, and has a drastic but gradual and uninterrupted taper from bowl to stem. The shank of the briar iteration cannot, for mechanical reasons, match the drastic bend of its gourd counterpart, but the spirit of the shape is usually carried through. A relatively long stem is often fitted to give visual balance to the otherwise top-heavy smoking instrument.

Canadian

Canadian is actually both a pipe shape, and a family of pipe shapes. The Canadian family of shapes includes the Canadian, the Lovat, the Lumberman, and the Liverpool. The Canadian is also sometimes referred to as the Canadian Billiard, because it and its entire family are sub-styles of the classic Billiard shape.

Maintaining the simple symmetry of the Billiard-style bowl, the Canadian sports a slender shank about twice the length of the bowl’s height, trimmed with a modest stem which accentuates the elegance of the pipe’s dimensions. What differentiates the Canadian from other pipes in the family is that the Canadian has an oval shank with an oval tapered stem.

Cavalier

The Cavalier is based on the historical Tyrolean pipe, so named for its origin in the Tyrol region (modern day Italy, Austria, and Germany), but the pipe is of German descent. The distinct feature of the Cavalier pipe is that its round shank extends well below the entirety of the bowl, eventually becoming the “foot” of the pipe. The bowl is usually Billiard shaped, if only a bit more rounded, and rests atop the shank like a rose bud on a thin branch. Its draught hole is drilled all the way down to the end of the ”foot,” meaning that the draught hole stretches from the very top to the very bottom of the pipe.

The design is functional, as unwanted moisture from the tobacco is drawn out of the bowl and into the base of the pipe, where it will not reach the mouth of the smoker. The “foot” is adorned with a removable cap that allows trapped moisture to be released, and the draught hole to be easily cleaned. Not a pipe to be clenched in the mouth, the Cavalier is best smoked at home, where one can fully appreciate the nature of its design.

Cherrywood

The Cherrywood is one of the few shapes that is always a “sitter,” having a flat bottom. While it is technically a sub-style of the Poker shape, over the years pipe makers have forced its evolution to its current-day appearance, which while still bearing some visual similarities to its parent the Poker, is often quite elegant in spite of its fortitude. The Cherrywood is another thick-walled pipe, more often than not, which when added to the convenience of it sitting on its own behind, makes it a wonderful pipe to smoke while enjoying a strong beverage, reading a newspaper, or other such activities that occupy the use of one’s hands.

Cherrywood pipes are typified by their sitting position, which contrary to the upright Poker, is at an an angle, causing the bowl to lean forward. Its bowl is shaped almost like that of a tree trunk, often cylindrical, but sometimes with a slight to significant outward taper from heel to rim. In recent examples, it is not uncommon to see some asymmetry in the bowl which offers an organic aesthetic befitting of the name Cherrywood. The shank exits the pipe on the lower half of the bowl, and can be made straight or with an upward bend. The stem is bent in the opposite direction of the shank, which atop the shank not only helps to achieve a proper balance when the pipe is seated, but also takes an appearance much like that of a gnarled tree limb, further adding to the suitability of its title. This shape may originally have been a popular choice for “basket” pipes made of cherry wood, which some say is the the origin of the name.

Chimney

Let’s cut right to the chase here; you can fit a lot of tobacco in this one. A Chimney is perfect for those nights after a long, bad day at the shop or office, when you need a good hour or more to regain your sanity and composure. The Chimney is a taller derivative of the Billiard. Not too commonly found, Chimneys are usually produced by artisans, not factories, since they are in short demand.

A Chimney bowl should be about about 50% taller than that of its classic Billiard counterpart. The diameter of the bowl remains the same for the most part, as do the lengths of the shank and stem. Any and all colors and finishes that can be found for the Billiard suit the Chimney just the same!

Churchwarden

Wildly popular today, thanks to the Lord of the Rings series of films, the Churchwarden’s actual origin dates back to well before Tolkien’s masterpiece was scribed. Churchwarden pipes had their debut in Europe thanks to the Austrian light cavalry who brought them to England and France during the Napoleonic Wars. One of the primary advantages (and indeed the defining feature) of the Churchwarden is the distance between the bowl and the bit. Churchwardens are very long on account of stems that reach nine inches in length or more. The smoke must travel this great distance, and so it has more time and surface area in which to cool, resulting in what many consider to be a more pleasurable smoke. This advantage, however, is met by its respective drawbacks. Churchwardens are notoriously inconvenient to carry around, and their small bowls only allow for a brief smoke. In the proper setting, however, all these drawbacks are quite easily forgotten.

Since Churchwardens are defined by the stem length rather than the bowl shape, their bowls can theoretically assume any shape. We challenge you, however, to show us an experienced pipe maker who would dangle an Oom paul or a Volcano off the end of a slender 9” stem. Prince, Dublin, and Cutty-style Churchwardens are much more sensible. Churchwardens have also been called “reading pipes,” since the extended length prevents the bowl from obstructing a reader’s view.

Cutty

There is no denying the resemblance that the Cutty bears to the clay tavern pipes of a bygone age. Delicately shaped, Cutty’s typically have not an ounce of excess briar left in place. This delicacy of shaping necessitates the use of a special drill bit for the tobacco chamber, which tapers even more drastically than a Danish conical bit, and comes to a sharp point at its tip. A special honor is paid to this pipe, in that this type of conical bit is now called the “cutty bit”.

Many Cuttys still include the “spur” at the foot of the bowl, once again hearkening back to their clay ancestors, but while the spur of a clay pipe was the remnant of the manufacturing process, the briar versions are purely nostalgic. The bowl of the Cutty is heavily canted forward, which helps differentiate it from other long-shanked pipes like the Canadian. The Cutty may sometimes display a very unique stem, which is slim, slender, and round (almost like a straw). However, the majority of modern Cuttys now sport a tapered stem, and come in many finishes.

Dublin

We’d like to contest that this was Daniel O’Connell’s favorite pipe, and that he was known to slowly pace the Liffey, puffing thoughtfully on his little charred Dublin, only stopping if to greet another passing Irishman. There is no evidence to support this claim, so I say we start the rumor!

What we know for certain about the Dublin is that it is much like a Billiard in proportions and measurements, but with walls that taper gently and evenly from a wider rim down to a narrow heel. Up top, the rim is usually flat, but Dublins can be found with a beveled rim as well. Smooth finishes are by far the most common, since the vertical walls of this pipe make a wonderful showcase for straight grain, as does the relatively wide rim for birdseye. They usually wear a tapered stem, though saddle stems are also seen. Dublins can range from straight to 3/4 bent, and just about any color or finish is more than fitting for this timeless pipe. Daniel O’Connell would be proud.

One of many pipes which finds its inspiration in an object of similar shape, the Egg is not only beautiful to behold, it is one of the most comfortable in the hand, sitting perfectly in one’s palm. A well done Egg (pun intended) can be regarded as art, and surely countless have made their way onto the shelves of high-end pipe collectors. The Egg’s bowl is usually about the size of, what else, a large hen’s egg, and is most often seen canted forward a few degrees. The transition between bowl and shank is arguably the most graceful to be found on any of the standard pipe shapes. Made famous by the Danish pipe makers, a Danish made Egg usually features a long slightly bent shank which gradually flares until it reaches the stem. Now produced by pipe makers worldwide, Eggs remain very popular among pipe Enthusiasts today, and can be found smooth, sandblasted, and rusticated.

Elephant’s Foot

The Elephant’s Foot was created by the late legendary Swedish pipe maker Bo Nordh. Bo is one of the few pipe makers in the history of the craft that has been credited directly with creating not one, but two entirely new shapes. Finding a suitable block for the carving of an Elephant’s Foot is a task in and of itself. The grain must be nearly flawless in order to achieve the desired result, which is a gentle convex face covered from edge to edge in birdseye grain, the narrower flat sides of which should display perfectly contradictory straight grain. Likewise straight grain should radiate from the end of the shank toward the back of the pipe, which like the front should also have an ample endowment of birdseye grain. An Elephant’s Foot should almost always be entirely smooth, though partial sandblasting has sometimes been executed successfully.

Freehand

This is the only pipe that refuses to be described. We can talk about the evolution of shape, and comment on the influences of this pipe maker and that, but the shape of the Freehand is entirely dependent on the hand of its individual maker. When a pipe maker begins to work on a Freehand pipe, there isn’t always an established shape that he is determined to arrive upon. The piece of briar that is being worked, in some ways, has a will of its own. And so, as material is sanded away from the rough edges of the block, the grain points one way and then another, until all the excess material has been removed, and what remains is only what naturally lay within. The supernal grains that make our beloved briar so beautiful to behold, made possible only after decades of growth under the Earth, are expertly exposed by the skillful hands of the carver. Freehand pipes take many forms, many of them unsurprisingly inspired by nature, but each one tests the skill and understanding of the carver in a unique way.

Hawkbill

After laying eyes on a Hawkbill, one will realize that every pipe they have seen before had at least one thing in common; if their shanks were bent at all, they were all bent in the same direction (up). The Hawkbill’s round shank, however, is bent downward. This peculiar and seemingly nonsensical irregularity is what gives the Hawkbill its uniqueness, and not the shaping of its bowl. The Hawkbill’s bowl is usually shaped like a Brandy, Tomato, Author, or something in between. It can be made in a variety of finishes, and is usually accompanied by a short round tapered stem. Once significantly more popular than it is today, the Hawkbill has fallen from the limelight, but there are still some who nurture an admiration for the odd.

A fine Horn is one of the most elegant pipe shapes of all. With no “junction” between the bowl and shank, the lines flow gracefully back and forth along the length of the pipe, only interrupted by the meeting of bowl and stem. The defining characteristic of the Horn is its continuous and uninterrupted taper from front to back, and so one may find that Horns are created with square, round, triangular, or freely shaped bowls, having considerable variation in the finer details of appearance. The Danish master carvers are renowned for their production of stunning Horn pipes, but today the Horn has been adopted by carvers from all over the world.

Liverpool

Canadian really isn’t a proper surname for this pipe, having found its namesake in that old port city of Western England. However, the Liverpool is in fact part of the Canadian family of pipes. What differentiates the Liverpool from other pipes in the Canadian family is that the Liverpool has a round shank with a round tapered stem, making it perhaps the most conventional of the group, and right at home amongst all the classics. As with other members of the Canadian family of pipes, the length of the shank should be about twice the height of its Billiard shaped bowl.

Lovat

The Lovat is part of the Canadian family of pipes, a sub-style of the Billiard shape. What differentiates the Lovat from other pipes in the Canadian family is that the Lovat has a round shank and a round saddle stem. As with other members of the Canadian family of pipes, the length of the shank should typically be about twice the height of the bowl, but some petite variations with a greater shank to bowl ratio have proven handsome interpretations. Lovats look great sandblasted or smooth, but the highly polished finish of a smooth Lovat seems to do the trick for many connoisseurs. The Lovat is named after the various lords and barons Lovat (Lordship of Lovat), such as Brigadier-General Simon Joseph Fraser.

Lumberman

The name “Lumberman” evokes images of burly men in flannel shirts hauling freshly cut logs through coniferous forests, and yet the Lumberman pipe seems to contradict this imagery unapologetically. The Lumberman is yet another part of the Canadian family of pipes, a sub-style of the Billiard shape. What differentiates the Lumberman from other pipes in the Canadian family is that the Lumberman has an oval shank with an oval saddle stem. As with other members of the Canadian family, a slender shank graces the bowl carrying about twice the length of the bowl’s height to its end. With its slim and simple profile, it would hardly look at home in a massive calloused hand. Perhaps Canadian lumbermen are slender and gentle, and we’ve had the wrong idea all this time.

Nosewarmer

A Nosewarmer, like a Churchwarden, refers not to shape but to proportions and length. Nosewarmers, also sometimes referred to as “Stubby” pipes, are significantly shortened in overall length when compared with their standard counterparts. This is usually accomplished by cutting the shank short. The rest of the pipe, then, must follow suit. The bowl will often be shorter than if it were a standard pipe, but the shape of the bowl will not change. More often than not, Nosewarmers are only made as straight pipes, because it is difficult to form a graceful arc with so little length. It’s perfectly normal to see Billiards, Pots, Dublins, Brandys, and some other classic shapes in the form of a Nosewarmer, but many pipes are excluded from the Nosewarmer category due to the requirements of their shaping, such as Canadians, Oom Pauls, and Horns, amongst others.

Oom Paul

Oom Pauls don’t credit their uniqueness to shape alone, but rather the marriage of shape, size, and bend. The bowl of an Oom paul is shaped like a large Billiard with a generously sized tobacco chamber. Oom Pauls are always fully bent, having a shank about the same diameter as the bowl, and are often made as “sitters.” Certainly one of the more interesting shape names of the bunch, you can likely guess that it isn’t without a story. Stephanus Johannes Paulus Kruger, better known as Paul Kruger and affectionately known as Uncle Paul (Afrikaans: “Oom Paul”) was State President of the South African Republic. Uncle Paul was often seen in public and photographs with his favorite pipe, a Hungarian, descending from his mouth. Slowly becoming synonymous with the man after which it is now named, many pipe manufacturers began applying the President’s nickname to his choice pipe shape, with many pipe makers also following suit. Over time, the name “Hungarian” faded away, and today it is widely known as the “Oom Paul”. This pipe, due to its size, seems like it was made to be smoked while relaxed and reclining, its bowl brimming with your favorite nightcap. While it certainly won’t disappoint in that capacity, the Oom Paul, because of its abruptly bent stem and low slung weight, is surprisingly quite comfortable held freely in the mouth, as Uncle Paul often demonstrated. The Oom Paul is readily available smooth, sandblasted, or rusticated, and we can’t help but feel that it would make one heck of a grandfather to grandson heirloom.

Panel

Pipes referred to as “paneled” derive their originality not from a specific shape, per se, but from a distinct aesthetic property, namely the flat panels on their bowls. Many pipes can be made with panels, including Billiards, Dublins, Brandys, Acorns, and more. What constitutes a Panel? Panels on the bowl must be even in number and symmetrically positioned, though paneled pipes with six or eight sides may have panels of varying widths. This helps differentiate a paneled pipe from a Freehand, which may have one or more panels placed at any desired interval. The original Panel was a Billiard with four paneled walls, but the feature has spread to other shapes as mentioned. A paneled Billiard with a square shank is also referred to as a Foursquare.

Poker

Named for its ability to sit steadily on the poker table while you shuffle up and deal, the Poker is made for play, but it’s an “all business” kind of pipe when it comes to shaping. Its walls are tall, and the cylindrical bowl is flat on both the top and the bottom. The round shank exits just below the bottom of the bowl, and is elongated with a simple saddle stem. The sturdy appearance of the Poker is complemented well by a skillfully rusticated finish. They are most often turned on a lathe as opposed to being shaped freely by hand, in order to achieve true symmetry. Whether you’re risking it all at the poker table or knitting a new pair of baby booties, the Poker is a perfect companion for those of us who can’t be constrained to one activity.

If someone sawed the top of your Billiard off, two things would result. First, you’d be forced to engage the miscreant in a round of fisticuffs. Secondly, after raining blows upon him and emerging victorious, you would find yourself in possession of a new Pot from which to smoke a celebratory bowl of your favorite blend. The Pot shape is technically a variation of the classic Billiard, but is a prime example of a shape which has become its own. Unless a Pot is made to unusually grand proportions, the limited chamber depth generally lends itself to smoking strong blends or when on the go, and so it’s a good thing that the Pot makes a handsome Nosewarmer or pocket pipe. Taking the same shaping characteristics as the Billiard, then simply removing the top half of the bowl so that the walls are about half as tall and do not taper, leaves you with a Pot. The short bowl of a Pot is hard pressed to take full advantage of the straight grain in a block of briar, so it’s not uncommon for a maker to opt for sandblasting, which when executed well becomes more of a virtue than a vice. Pots are nearly always made as straight pipes, and also make good candidates for magnum pipes./p>

Prince

As its name suggests, this shape has royal origins. The Prince was originally fashioned for Prince Albert who would later ascend to the British throne as King Edward VII. An English dandy if ever there was one, the prince demanded elegance not offered by any shape in existence at the time. Pipe maker Emil Loewe, founder of London’s Loewe and Co., designed the shape for Prince Albert, and in doing so created an instant classic. The Prince’s design is simple and understated. It is made up of a short round bowl, accompanied by a short straight round shank, and is fitted with a long tapered stem (about 3.5”) that usually has a 1/8 bend. Loewe’s original design is rarely deviated from, but Princes can be found in a variety of finishes. Light and dark stains, smooth and sandblasted finishes, and nickel or silver banding are commonly seen on the Prince. They make excellent Churchwardens as well, on account of their pint-sized proportions, and are exceedingly comfortable to hold in the teeth. This once kingly pipe has found a place among the paupers.

Ramses

A second entirely original shape attributed to the legendary Bo Nordh is the Ramses. It’s hard to mistake the Ramses for any other pipe shape, but bear in mind that the Cavalier, while similar in construction in some ways, has a round tube-like shank and base, while the Ramses shank and base are wider and flatter. Together, they have the appearance of a gently cupped hand holding the bowl. The Ramses is a very difficult pipe to form. The grain must be oriented in a very precise manner to achieve a beautiful result, much like Bo’s other original shape, the Elephant’s Foot. The tobacco chamber runs nearly parallel to the stem, which makes it very difficult to drill proper channel for the smoke and still maintain good smoking mechanics. To combat this, a true Ramses has the draught hole drilled so that it ends a few tenths of a millimeter away from the side and bottom of the tobacco chamber. Another hole is then made through the side of the tobacco chamber which meets the draught hole. This method allows the smoker to smoke the Ramses all the way down to the bottom of the bowl, which is a difficult thing to do with many fully bent pipes. Pipe makers are beginning to experiment with different finishes, but the Ramses seems most comfortable in a smooth finish. Bo Nordh was a true pioneer of both mechanics and artistry, the combination of which gave us the Ramses pipe, and what a beautiful pipe it is.

Rhodesian

Although the Rhodesian differs only slightly from the Bulldog, it is a very popular shape in its own right. A Rhodesian is essentially a Bulldog, except where the Bulldog’s shank is diamond shaped, the Rhodesian’s is round, and in very rare cases, oval shaped. Much like its parent pipe, the Rhodesian is very difficult if not impossible to create without the use of a lathe, due to the precise rings that are turned into the bowl. The round shank of the Rhodesian tends to impart a chubbier look to the piece overall, a homebody counterpart to the out-and-about Bulldog.

Squat Tomato

As nomenclature goes, this is about as straight-forward as it gets. Much like a Tomato is born by figuratively squishing a spherically shaped pipe, so a Squat Tomato is just a squashed Tomato pipe. The added “squashing” leads to a very thickly walled bowl, which helps maintain a comfortable temperature in hand while smoking. Light to medium bends are often seen in the shank, and it is quite commonplace to spot one with a white or black bamboo shank extension. Bowl sizes tend to vary on this one, as do the stems, which can range from tapered to saddle to fancy. Being that their shanks are almost always round or oval, however, you really wouldn’t see any with diamond shaped stems. You’d also be hard-pressed to find a factory made Squat Tomato, as they are not practical to cut on a machine. Becoming a bit more commonplace today, the Squat Tomato is stunning with a dark sandblasted finish, a contrasting shank extension, and a smooth rim.

Tomato

The Tomato shape is usually crafted to look somewhat like a squished ball. Its bowl can either be symmetrically shaped, or a bit more organic/Tomato-like, if you will. Due to the bowl’s shape and thick walls, it is very comfortable to hold and keeps the scorching heat within the chamber at bay. Their shanks are nearly always round, although some pipe makers have made Tomatoes with triangular shanks, the flat bottom of which flows naturally into the wide lower half of the bowl. The shape of the bowl lends itself to having a bent shank, but the straight shank variety, if done well, can be equally as handsome. Tomatoes take well to skillful sandblasting!

Vest Pocket

This bizarre little smoking instrument is designed to fit in the pocket of a vest, as the name implies. The bowl of the pipe is rather unique in that the chamber is actually oval shaped, and not round. All the edges on a Vest Pocket are smoothed considerably to prevent the pipe from snagging the material of your clothing when taking it out or putting it away. You’ll realize how practical a feature that is once you try to stuff a rusticated Poker in the ol’ pocket. Aside from the oval smoking chamber, the stem is surely the most unique element of the Vest Pocket pipe. It can twist 180° so that it does not protrude from the pipe, and when folded, it is indeed a wee little package.

Volcano

Even to the untrained eye, it’s not too difficult to spot a Volcano in the crowd, since its inspiration is taken from an iconic earth shattering phenomenon. If it looks like a volcano, it’s probably a Volcano, but there are some basic guidelines to understanding the shape. First off, the grain orientation is very important with the Volcano shape. The pipe should display straight or flame grain radiating from the top and center of the bowl, and ideally an eye-catching exhibition of birdseye grain on the bottom. The shank should be bent upwards, equal to or greater than the stem in length, and more often than not, the bottom of the shank will be flush with the bottom of the bowl, creating a long and flowing line from front to back. Flaring shanks with extravagant extensions have become quite commonplace, and due to the nature of the pipe’s showcasing of grain, some pipe makers choose only to use rare and extraordinary pieces of briar when making Volcanos. Finer examples of this shape can be some of the most expensive pipes on the international market, easily running in the $1,000 to $2,000 range and more. Rustication of a Volcano is not recommended, and is rarely seen, but both sandblasted and smooth Volcanos can be jaw-dropping works of craftsmanship. When sandblasted, the artisan carefully ensures that the underside of the pipe is kept perfectly smooth to preserve the stunning birdseye grain, making for an exceptional contrast to the rugged top.

The Zulu is somewhat of a rare breed among pipe shapes, seemingly inhabiting the limbo between Dublin and Billiard. When well-crafted, however, this shape has an unmistakable character all its own. The bowl of a Zulu is daintier than a Dublin or Billiard but may display some similarities to either or both in terms of shaping. Its greatest distinguishing feature is the more dramatic forward cant of its bowl, along with its straight shank and slightly bent stem. The shank of a Zulu is usually round and stems are almost exclusively tapered. Zulu pipes have also been referred to using their other aliases: the Woodstock and the Yachtsman. Like the Prince, its slight bend and overall proportions make the Zulu among the choicest of pipes to hold freely in the mouth. It wouldn’t be a stretch to imagine an old wind weathered sailor hoisting the lines with his Zulu clenched between his teeth.

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“i dunno about smoking here, someone might smell it.”

“oh don’t worry, we’ll just use the sploof, and the room will smell dryer sheet-fresh!”

1. Jeff: Yo you’ve been chiefin on that bong for like 1 hour.
Frank starts laughing and blows the smoke out without getting a hit.
Jeff: You just sploofed a gargantuan hit.

2. Jeff: I’m trying to breathe in all this sploof smoke you just exhaled.

3. Frank: Remember that time we almost got caught in our dorm room because our sploof wasn’t working correctly?
Jeff: hahaah yeah. You just made me sploof this hit you idiot.

Paper towel roll bong “i dunno about smoking here, someone might smell it.” “oh don’t worry, we’ll just use the sploof, and the room will smell dryer sheet-fresh!” 1. Jeff: Yo you’ve been

The Ultimate Guide To Making A Sploof

A sploof is an essential piece of kit to keep your smoking sessions on the down-low. They are easy and cheap to make, and work to filter out the smell of cannabis when you exhale.

Are you having trouble with anti-cannabis neighbours? Or perhaps your landlord isn’t a fan of the herb. Of course, one option is to simply abide by the rules and find a suitable outdoor spot to enjoy getting stoned—a much safer option if possible eviction is in the cards. On the other hand, cannabis really is a medicine, and if braving the cold temperatures of winter doesn’t appeal to you in order to get medicated, then we have an option for you: a sploof.

A sploof is a DIY piece of kit that acts to filter the scent of cannabis from flooding a room when smoking. Sploofs are extremely easy to make and are mostly forged out of items that can be found lying around the house.

In essence, a sploof is a tube with a filter on one end. Upon taking a hit from a bong or joint, the smoker exhales into the open end of the tube, filtering the smoke and preventing it from causing suspicious smells from arising within the residence. Below is a guide on how to construct your own cannabis concealing device.

WHAT YOU’LL NEED

Making a sploof won’t exactly drain your wallet; in fact, most of the equipment needed is most likely already within your house. Just check the kitchen cupboards and have a fish through the recycling bin. To make a sploof, you will need:

  • Cardboard toilet paper roll or plastic bottle of any size
  • Pair of sharp scissors or knife/blade
  • Rubber band, piece of string, or some type of tape
  • Scented dryer sheets to banish unwanted aromas

HOW TO MAKE THE SPLOOF

Now that you have obtained all of the essential items required, it’s time to build the sploof from scratch.

STEP 1

Step 1 will vary depending upon the piece of equipment you’ve elected to use. If you are using a plastic bottle, begin by cutting the top ⅓ off and discard the bottom ⅔. If you are using a cardboard toilet roll, no modification is required at this stage.

STEP 2

Take your scented dryer sheets and begin packing them into your vessel of choice. The packing doesn’t have to be dense; around 3–4 sheets should do an adequate job of disguising the smell of ensuing cannabis fumes.

STEP 3

Now that your sploof is loaded with scented dryer sheets, it’s time to add the last, most important one. Wrap a dryer sheet over one end of your sploof. If you’re using a toilet paper tube, it doesn’t really matter which end you choose to do this to. If you are using a bottle, place the sheet over the wider end where you made the initial incision. This will allow you to use the smaller end as a mouthpiece to exhale smoke into, making it more aesthetic as well as functional.

To attach this dryer sheet to the main body of the sploof, use a piece of string or an elastic band. If using a large plastic bottle, you might instead find it easier and more practical to tape this sheet on.

STEP 4

Your sploof is now fully operational, and you can begin to exhale cannabis fumes into it and watch it prevent the skunk from spreading. The next steps are for the perfectionists out there who want to continue to work on their creation and make it visually pleasing.

First, begin by cutting around the edges of the dryer sheet mentioned in step 3 to remove the unnecessary excess. This makes the sploof look much more tidy, and also eliminates the risk of accidentally pulling the dryer sheet out or loosening it.

STEP 5

Now it is time to wrap up our aesthetic campaign with some artistic flare. It’s time to get creative and decorate your sploof. Use pens, paint, tape, and other means to plaster your creation with some happy designs and symbols to gaze at whilst getting blazed.

A sploof is a DIY filter that masks the smell of weed when smoking indoors, keeping the session stealthy. Here is the easiest guide to making your own.

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14mm Double Honeycomb Ash Catcher

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Upgrade your bong with this double honeycomb perc ash catcher! Adding an ash catcher to your bong will not only add a second level of filtration and diffusion but it will also help to keep your bong clean because all the ash will get trapped in the ash catcher. This piece features a 14mm male and female joint to fit into a 14mm jointed water pipe.

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