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Crack pipe training kit designed to demonstrate how a glass pipe can make an effective, and safer, alternative to injecting crack cocaine, a more essential skill than ever now that COVID-19 has completely changed the risk profile of crack pipe sharing.

10cm long, the crack pipe comes pre-assembled and held firm in an attractive, discreet, and sturdy card pen box.
5 high quality fine mesh 20mm brass gauzes have been pre-prepared and inserted in the pipe – which has an inner diameter of 8mm – by being pushed down with the chopstick (also supplied), along with a spare set of brass gauzes.

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1 £5.00 each 20% £6.00 each
10 £3.74 each 20% £4.49 each

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In use, the crack would be placed on the gauze, heated gently with a lighter to melt it into the gauze, and then while inhaling through the other end of the tube, heated again with a lighter through the glass. This vaporises the drug, which can then be inhaled.

When the pipe has been used for a while, there is a build up of high-quality crack cocaine residue (known as ‘recycle’) which has condensed on the inside of the pipe, and whenever the user wants to smoke this, they can push the gauze through to the other end with the chopstick, picking up all the recycle in the tube on the way, and then after wiping the outside of the pipe clean, they can smoke this recycle by heating the gauze, and inhaling.

Tips for effective use:

  • Make sure there are 4 or 5 gauzes in, squash them in hard with the chopstick, and make sure there is a dimple to put the rock in (this reduces the risk of it running down the glass);
  • Gently melt it all into the gauze, and then heat with the tip of the flame, and when it starts to vaporise, inhale at the same time;
  • Tip your head back a bit as you start so none melts out the end;
  • Rotate the pipe as you heat to slow down any running down the pipe (to stop it going in your mouth as a liquid) and vapourise it all, not just one side;
  • Only put a lung full on the gauze at any one time – if you might have too much, stop heating when your lungs are about ¾ full because the heat will transfer through the glass and into the gauze for a while and it’s a waste if it just floats out of the end and you can’t get it in your lungs because they’re full!
This information is given, not because it’s a good idea to smoke crack cocaine, but because for those who are going to take this drug, it is much (much) better to smoke it than inject it.

Crack Pipe added to your basket Crack pipe training kit designed to demonstrate how a glass pipe can make an effective, and safer, alternative to injecting crack cocaine, a more essential

Major online retailer selling crack pipes and drug paraphernalia

A popular online retailer is profiting from an underground drug culture in Australia, selling illegal crack pipes and cocaine snorting aids.

September 17, 2019 1:23pm

Australians are buying tons of illegal drugs online

An alarming new report has revealed a rise in the number of Australians going online to buy illegal drugs. The ACIC found more than 30 tons of illegal drugs were intercepted between the 2017 and 2018 financial year.

Wish posted a laissez-faire reply to a user posting about drugs being sold on the site. Source:Supplied

Multi-billion dollar retailer Wish.com has an extensive “drugs” section on its site, where consumers can buy illegal paraphernalia such as crack pipes and cocaine snorting aids for bargain basement prices.

And it appears the tech giant is engaging with a growing druggie community. A man has shared an unusual reply from the online retailer, after posting a cheeky review to the site.

“Really easy to buy drugs from and delivers right to your house,” an app user wrote, leaving a glowing five-star review on the Google Play app store. Wish.com responded to the review, saying, “We’re so happy to hear you’re enjoying Wish!”

Another recent review on the app store came from a customer called Nick who wrote, “Has been fun, except having a glass pipe seized by customs.” He then went on to suggest the sellers use “more discreet packaging”.

“We’d like to know more about your issue with Wish,” the developer responded, before prompting the user to get in touch via email.

Wish.com is an online platform that connects millions of sellers from around the world to consumers. The business, often described as a competitor to Amazon, is valued at $15 billion ($US10 billion), and is known for its often puzzling mix of unusual products, which it advertises on social media.

The site features a wide array of items, but searching the site with a drug-related keyword will provide shoppers with an alarming choice of drug paraphernalia.

A Google search of the terms “Wish drugs” takes shoppers to a dedicated page filled with a litany of drug paraphernalia, with suggested other terms, including “cocaine”, “weed”, “pills”, “drugs stuff” and “meth”.

Drug paraphernalia available on Wish.com. Source:Supplied

The site also features a wide array of crack pipes. Source:Supplied

Concealable bracelet pipes on Wish.com. Source:Supplied

Gold and silver ‘snorting’ hoovers. Source:Supplied

Decked out drug kits are available on the site. Source:Supplied

Drug-specific weighing implements on wish.com. Source:Supplied

The items available on the site include a variety of crack pipes, cocaine snorting aids, “drug kits”, powder and pill weighing kits, vaporisers, bongs and drug bags.

Under these items are numerous positive reviews from happy customers, discussing different pipes’ features and shipping times.

It’s unclear if Wish.com, which is based in San Francisco with most of its sellers operating out of Asia, provides protections or information for at-risk Aussie consumers browsing other products. It’s also unclear if the products are available to children.

Wish.com told news.com.au in a statement its sellers were required to follow the law.

“Merchants that sell on the Wish platform/marketplace are obligated to follow all applicable law,” a spokesman told news.com.au.

“As a marketplace with more than two billion products and more than one million merchants, Wish is not able to screen each and every item listing and relies on reports from regulators and our community regarding conduct that may violate the law or Wish policies.

“Wish investigates such reports and takes actions against listings and merchants, when it appears there is a violation of law or Wish policies.”

Wish.com said there were a number of items explicitly prohibited from being sold on its site. These include tobacco and nicotine products, marijuana and cannabis, E-cigarettes, vapes, vape liquid, poppers and other kits.

According to the policy, sellers with listings violating the policy are subject to “monetary fines and/or removal without notice”.

Wish posted a laissez-faire reply to a user posting about drugs being sold on the site. Source:Supplied

Another customer said a crack pipe he bought from Wish was seized at customs. Source:Supplied

Wish.com has previously come under fire for advertising crack pipes online in areas of rural Queensland ravaged by the use of crystal methamphetamine (ice).

According to the Townsville Bulletin, the pipes appeared in the newsfeeds of Facebook users around the Townsville area in April of 2018, in the same period the state government was using targeted Facebook advertising to battle ice addiction in the region.

The description on those items advertised them as “oil burners”.

At the time, a spokesman for Wish.com said items sold on the platform were “sold by stores from all over the world, and these stores are in charge of their own inventories”.

“Whatever information you see in the description is what we know about the product,” he said.

It’s an offence to sell or possess drug paraphernalia in all states in Australia, except Victoria, which only prohibits “ice pipes”.

The laws encompass a wide variety of drug-related items including bongs, pipes and vaporisers. Injecting equipment is exempt. In NSW the maximum penalty for selling these items is a $2200 fine and/or imprisonment for two years. Possessing the items carries the same maximum penalties.

In South Australia and Western Australia, the penalty for selling these items is $10,000 and in Queensland the penalty for selling water and ice pipes is $14,000. The penalty for selling these items in Tasmania is $6500.

Multi-billion dollar retailer Wish.com has an extensive “drugs” section on its site, where consumers can buy illegal paraphernalia such as crack pipes and cocaine snorting aids for bargain basement prices. ]]>