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Chacom Pipe Comfort 338

Briar pipe, acrylic Stem, metal filter, 1,06oz.



65,83€ 65,83€

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Discover Chacom Comfort Pipe 338  ,made in Saint Claude 

Fine and elegant, a ring briar comes to perfect the glossy finish of this pipe.

With Fumerchic the pipe you see is the pipe you receive !

Length (inch) : :5,71 (145mm)
Height (inch) : :1,38 (35mm)
Bowl Coatings :No
Width (inch) : :1,61 (41mm)
Chamber Depth (in) :1.18 (30mm)
Inside diameter bowl (inch) : :0,75 (19mm)
Weight (oz) : :1,06 (30g)
Stem : :Acrylic
width of bit (inch) : :0.65 (16.5mm)
Thickness behind the bit (inch) :1.18 (4.6mm)
Filters : :Métal
Specific informations : :This pipe is delivered in its cardboard box and pocket tissue.

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Nathaniel H. published the 08/09/2020 following an order made on 01/09/2020


I love this pipe quite a bit. It's extremely light - lighter than I could ever have imagined. The bowl is a bit smaller than I originally thought it would be, but it's still a very satisfying pipe. Unfortunately, I've already cracked the stem at the top just a touch - the fault was entirely mine and I should have paid more attention. I was twisting the mouthpiece back into place and I twisted it a bit too far clockwise, thinking it could go all the way around (without thinking about it at the time - I was concentrating on something else entirely) and I heard a *crack* sound. I can tell you, I'm very upset with myself as the area with the logo on the stem on top now has a crack. It's okay as it doesn't affect the smoking of the pipe at all and the mouthpiece completely blocks it off anyway, as well as the fact that the crack is very tight and doesn't really appear to let in any air whatsoever. However, my pipe now has some sort of scar, which makes me a bit sad.I just wasn't used to this delicate oval shape of the stem/mouthpiece combination and had no experience with it. But I've definitely learned my lesson. However, as it hasn't affected the smoking of the pipe in any way, I'll just look at it as some sort of war wound to pass down and continue enjoying my pipe as intended.Sorry for the lengthy reply: I'm smoking my pipe as I write this and I enjoy writing. :)

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