My New Brebbia Arrived

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lohengrin

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Since I make my pipes by myself, I usually don't buy new pipes. When this style stroke me sometimes ago I did'nt like the sandblasting of the available pieces.

In these days a new one I liked was shown on www.bolitopipe.it and I ordered it.

It is a Brebbia Fat Bob 2114 Sandblast


 

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iamn8

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Would that be considered a Rhodesian? Beautiful pipe! I've always loved that shape and style. Congrats!!

 

lohengrin

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Thank you all.

I always appreciated this shape, but the pipes I liked were rather expensive. This pipe is around 100 dollars.

It is rather heavy, 2,87 oz, yet feel lighter.

I already smoked it two times. Usually one time is enough to light, but this needs two at least.

It is a relly comfortable smoker: from the beginning I can enjoy the tobacco flavour and it allows me a long and slow smoking (maybe for the 0,90 in. chamber diameter?) without warming the bowl.

I don't know if with its wide diameter (2,38 in) it can be considered a Rhodesian, yet that's the look.

 

anthonyrosenthal74

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I'm normally not a fan of diamond shanked pipes, but I really like the look of that one. Wonderful shaping. Enjoy the heck out of it! :D

 

fnord

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It's kinda', sorta' a squashed Rhodesian, but it's still handsome as can be.
I hope you enjoy it, Lohengrin!
Fnord

 

deuce26

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I have a Brebbia hourglass that I really love. Enjoy! I do find my Brebbia to seem lighter than it looks. Not sure if that is a good think, but I like it.

 
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