Simple 3.75" Frit Glass Hand Pipe - Smoke Cartel

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Simple 3.75" Frit Glass Hand Pipe


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Product SKU: PP2124

If you're on the hunt for an affordable glass hand pipe that's sturdy and durable, check out this Frit Hand Pipe. Made from thick, heat-resistant borosilicate glass, this 3.75" long spoon-style pipe features a colorful frit glass design. 

Unlike many inexpensive glass pipes, this pipe has a nice solid weight to it. It's just the right length to fit comfortably in the palm of your hand and has a left side carb hole for controlling your rips.

The 'frit' consists of tiny pieces of different colored glass that are introduced during the heating process and used to line the inside of the pipe. This additional bit of glass is what makes this pipe a bit heavier than standard glass pipes.

The Frit Hand Pipe is sold in assorted random colors. Consider picking up an extra or two because these inexpensive boro glass pipes make great gifts.  

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    • Assorted Random Colors
    • Borosilicate Glass
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    • Carb Hole
    • Color May Vary From Photo
    • Dry Pipe
    • Fritted Pipe Design
    • Heavier Than Standard Glass
    • PACT Vape
    • Spoon

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    • Simple 3.75" Frit Glass Hand Pipe
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    How It's Made
    Glass Spoon Pipes

    Despite their straightforward nature, making hand pipes requires a large amount of training and experience. Glass artists start with a tube about four inches long and decorate it with a variety of techniques such as fuming, linework, etc. Next the artist starts to create the shape of the pipe by stretching the neck and forming the mouthpiece. The artist then carefully blows into the end of the tube to expand the glass and shape the bowl. They then push the bowl and pop the carb before placing it in the kiln to finish!