DankStop Flat Mouth Rasta Swirl Spoon Pipe
Each of these Flat Mouth Rasta Swirl Spoon Pipes have an interesting design. The hand pipe comes in your choice of color; black, blue, orange, and white. The glass itself is mostly clear with some fumed glass spots. The color that you choose is represented by multiple squiggle-like swirls going from one end of the hand pipe to the other. A Rasta stripe also runs the length of the pipe. The stripe starts at the uniquely constructed flat mouthpiece. This mouthpiece is designed to allow for the hand pipe to rest comfortably on a table or surface without tipping over. It bends around the glass tubing and ends at the front of the pipe, near the deep bowl. There is a side carb hole to the left of the bowl so you can control the airflow while you are hitting the pipe. Controlling the airflow is important because you don't want to burn through your whole bowl if not intended. The carb hole also shoots the smoke into your mouth for a more effective hit.هت This deep bowl gives you the option of extra large packs, even if the pipe is only 3.5" long. The convenient size of the Flat Mouth Rasta Swirl Spoon Pipe makes it easy to transport and fits right in your pocket.هت The price tag does not hurt either. Everyone should have a travel size, easy to use hand pipe like the Flat Mouth Rasta Swirl Spoon Pipe at their disposal. And at this price, you should definitely jump on the opportunity!
- colored glass
- This piece features beautiful colored glass accents that give it a unique and aesthetically appealing appearance. Colored glass is one of the many features that can make this piece stand out in your glass collection
- clear glass
- This piece features sleek and clean clear glass that allows you to watch this concentrate rig or water pipe function. Clear glass allows you to watch the bubbles stack as your smoke/vapor percolates
- 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
- fumed glass
- A type of glass created by heating silver and/or gold to a high enough temperature, which releases fumes from the metals. These fumes bind to the glass surface and produce a semi-transparent, colorful visual. The color will appear differently based on whether the light has been refracted through or reflected by the fumed glass before reaching your eyes. Over a period of time, fumed glass changes color because of the exposure to heat from the flame.