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Sebastien Beo pipes.

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  1. ohin3

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    Anyone own a Sebastien Beo pipe? I have been eyeballing them since Smokingpipes started carrying them and would love to hear reviews from those that own them. I love the aesthetic and the light weight, I just want to know if they are engineered well. The price sure is right.

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    ohin - now you done dood it! Fed my starving PAD. I sure like the idea of classical French shapes but in a smaller bowl. The huge bowls that are the trend are too much for me most of the time.

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    I agree. I just find that my taste buds, and throat get fatigued by the time I get half to three quarters of the way through a large bowled pipe. Always been a sucker for small elegant pipes.

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    Always been a sucker for small elegant pipes.

    I agree, Ohin. For me, nothing spoils a good smoke more than trying to hurry, and I don't always have time to smoke a large bowl. I'd rather smoke two small bowls than one large one.

    That's a nice looking Sebastien Beo you are considering. I can't comment more than that. I have never owned one.

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    Never owned one, looks real nice though, and from what research i can gether real fast, they seem like a decent brand, havent heard of anything bad.

    Personally i like a large pipe, i have no problem filling it halfway and smoking that. I really do enjoy when i can sit and smoke for a good hour and a half, or two hours.

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    Nice looking pipe. I have a small bent Dublin, for just your reasons listed.

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    I like the look of a lot of the larger pipes but they are too heavy for me as well. I'm more of a clencher and tend to like a small lean light weight pipe that basically sticks in my mouth as effortlessly as a toothpick.

    Posted 3 years ago #

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