Archive for October, 2012

Vertigo Govenor PIpe Lighter

October 31, 2012

Fuel Type: Butane

Ignition: Piezo Electronic Ignition

Flame: 90° Angle

Tools: Built in Tamper and Pick

Adjustment: Wheel on Bottom

Warranty: One Year

Dimensions: 2.85 inches high x 1.25 inches width x .6 inches depth

Weight: 2.85 ounces

Price Range: $17-$21

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Vertigo Govenor PIpe Lighter

October 31, 2012

Fuel Type: Butane

Ignition: Piezo Electronic Ignition

Flame: 90° Angle

Tools: Built in Tamper and Pick

Adjustment: Wheel on Bottom

Warranty: One Year

Dimensions: 2.85 inches high x 1.25 inches width x .6 inches depth

Weight: 2.85 ounces

www.pipelighters.net

Corona ELYSE Chrome Barley Pipe Lighter

October 30, 2012

Fuel Type: Butane

Ignition: Flint Roller

Flame: 45° Angled Flame

Price Range: $80-$100

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Dunhill Rollagas Briar Wood Palladium Plated Pipe Lighter

October 29, 2012

Fuel Type: Butane

Ignition: Flint

Flame: Angled Flame

Price Range: $700-$1000

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Jetliner Lacardo Pipe Lighter

October 28, 2012

Fuel Type: Butane

Ignition: Piezo Electronic Quartz
Tools: Built In tamp, pick and scraper
Flame: Soft Angled
Price Range: $25-$30

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Perfect Evening

October 27, 2012

Cold weather, good pipe with dark cavendish, sunset, Ole Miss beats Arkansas and my AMAZING chili on the stove with jalepeno corn bread coming out of the oven. Can it get any better!

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Corona Accord Pipe Lighter

October 26, 2012

Fuel Type: Butane

Ignition: Flint

Flame: 45° Angle

Price Range: $85-$105

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Quote from thepipesmoker

October 25, 2012

Thanks to Exile for this great quote! Check out his site at www.thepipesmoker.wordpress.com

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Sillem’s Sterling Silver Old Boy Pipe LIghters

October 25, 2012

Fuel Type: Butane

Ignition: Flint

Flame: 45° Angle

Price Range: $200-$250

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Pipe Cleaners

October 24, 2012

Here is an interesting article of something I’ve not considered, but may give a try. I found this on Pipedia. www.pipedia.org

Enjoy!

Should I store my pipe with a cleaner in the stem?

There are three schools of thought on this issue:

1) Those who do not leave a pipe cleaner in their pipe between smokes. These people believe that doing so prevent their pipe from drying quickly and or properly.

2) Those who do leave a pipe cleaner in their pipe between smokes. These people believe that doing so assists in the absorption of nasty stuff.

3) Those who compromise by leaving a pipe cleaner in their pipe for a short period (usually overnight), then removing it to allow the pipe to dry completely.

Personally, I belong to group #1 a about half the time. The rest of the time I’m a #3, unless I forget to remove the pipe cleaner, in which case I’m an accidental #2. Bottom line: It really doesn’t matter. Whatever works for you is fine.

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