It was in 1936 that the American engineer Kenly Bugg created Falcon pipes. Today they are distributed and manufactured in England.
In a break with the traditional pipe, Falcon pipes are made of a twisted aluminium stem whose function is to refresh the smoke.
Under the bowl, which is interchangeable, there is an empty space called the humidor whose purpose is to be a reservoir in which the excess humidity will be deposited: the interest being to also have a drier smoke.
The big advantage of Falcon pipes is to be able to reserve one tobacco by bowl and thus avoid the cross-over of a traditional briar pipe by smoking several different tobaccos in the same pipe.
Finally, they are very light in the mouth and very easy to clean.