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sparrowhawk

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Jul 24, 2013
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For anyone interested, I recently did a favorable review of the Brigham Red Pipe tool at Smokingpipes.com in the "Tools" category. It really is a fine addition to my pipe accessories. If anyone reads it, I'd love to hear your opinion.

 

sparrowhawk

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I was glad to hear you haven't needed to use your Senior reamer for so long. I'm frankly nervous about the idea of using a full-fledged reamer on my pipes. They must only be needed for pipes that have been long neglected?

 

sparrowhawk

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Sounds like good advice. I'm printing out your message to use for my own pipes, with your permission, of course.

 

sparrowhawk

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As a matter of fact, the protagonist of my novel is a pipe smoker . . . I don't know yet if his pipe vocation will be that prominent, but rest assured if the book is published, EVERYONE in the forum will know about it!

 

phred

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Nice! I'll have to consider getting one of those next time I have the itch - I picked up one of the plastic screw-together Brigham tools after hearing them described on the Radio Show, and plan to field test it this weekend. Sure enough, the minute I placed the order, my missing Czech tool turned up... :D

 

instymp

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Jul 30, 2012
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Roths pipes are cleaner than the rock's glass I use every night!

I have a pipe tool similar to Roths, not sure of the brand and also have 2 reamers that I never use. The knife blade on the tool takes care of everything.

 

sparrowhawk

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Phred, do let me know how your field test on your Brigham tool turns out. Hope my review was helpful; I can't get over how little it cost, it is such an incredibly useful and attractive tool ... my other review on the same site, under "Pipe Accessories," is for the Brebbia Tobacco Pouch. Really a different kind of way to carry your tobacco around, although it usually sits on my desk with my other pipe stuff. I don't get out much...