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davet

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May 9, 2015
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I've wanted/needed a Cutty for sometime and have been watching these Ropps for awhile so I gave in and bought this one. Just picked it up and couldn't wait to try it out, smokes great and I'm very happy with it :clap:

The SPC pic;

The transition from shank to stem is much better than the picture portrayed.

 

mso489

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Feb 21, 2013
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Trim classic cutty shape, handsome, and with an ample bowl.

 

davet

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Picked up this one as well, marked Kingston, made in Italy. Needs some work but should clean up nicely.


Not bad for $10 :puffy:

 

piffyr

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Apr 24, 2015
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I don't blame you one bit for pulling the trigger on that cutty. That's a sharp looking pipe! Congrats!

 

mso489

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Some of the Ropps have a tight draw, my straight red-stained apple for example, but not too tight. It's a comfortable smoke that focuses the smoke nicely and works well with medium to full-strength blends. For milder or more complex blends, I go to a different pipe.

 

aldecaker

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Feb 13, 2015
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That's a beautiful cutty. It looks like it would be a great clencher despite it's length. Something about it just looks...balanced.

 

tslex

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I have a small Ropp bulldog I bought through SPC some time ago. Very lightweight, easy smoking briar. That cutty is very refined in shape. Enjoy.

 

jorchamp

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Very nice looking Pipe. I have a Ropp Prince. It is a very straightforward and easy smoking pipe. I particularly like the size and length of smoke. Good for flakes. Enjoy the pipe

 
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