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Flippin' The Bird Hand Pipe

Product SKU: MATH-VN101
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Mathematix Flippin' The Bird Hand Pipe

Aren't you tired of people telling you not to smoke? Send them a message with this glass spoon hand pipe by Mathematix, featuring an irreverent design and full frosted glass. This pipe has a standard side carb, wide body, and deep bowl to get the most smoke out of your tobacco and dry herbs. All of Mathematix' glass pipes are made in America.

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american glass
This glass piece is certified to be hand blown right here in the USA. American glass has earned a reputation of being sturdy, reliable, and well-made
deep bowl
This pipe features a deep bowl to allow for a large amount of dry herbs or tobacco to be packed at one time
themed glass
This vapor rig or water pipe contains a themed glass design. Carrying themed glass pieces is one way we cater to the varying interests of our consumer base
thick glass
This glass pipe contains thick glass which increases its durability and longevity. Thick glass pieces are less likely to break due to their heavy glass construction.
frosted glass
A type of glass that obscures vision behind its pane, and has more traction on its surface. The process of frosting glass is achieved through abrasion, often sand-blasting.

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