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    Just wanted to see what ppl have out there they like or don't recommend.
    Plus I love the headies.
    I'm not hating if you wanna show off some shots of the glass you cannot afford inside the 'primo' case at the shops near you.

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    Here is a few ashcatchers and inline ashcatchers someone asked me about so I took some pics from a local shop.
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    Some globes and skillets for those who burn the midnight oil.
    Nice Koji bubbler with globe and a Ti nail in second pic.
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    Some jars I've collected over the years.
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    You will have to give me some time to take pictures of my glass collection. I just recently purchased 3 more Brandon Martin works of art.

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    Thanx for the shots brother there are some great pieces out there im saving my pennies for 1. Ill get some shots up of my bong,vape & pipe colection the persei vaporizer is my latest edition.

    Cheers brother

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    Just starting to get my eye on some worked pieces, Right now I'm rocking the TY Roor with an aftermarket inferior downstem for flowers, a Labworx quartz SKillet that matches the TY RooR , A SYN inverted showerhead bubbler with Ti nail, Stone Glass Works micro 14mm with Ti and globe setup. It's crazy, 4-5 years ago this would barely get any play, but I have a feeling this day and age with so many glass blowers trying to create and refine history, we will see many fine pieces of work. I'll post pics tomorrow, headed to the park with the family now! Peace!
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    Here's a few of mine anyway to get it rolling. Just go a Ti nail and globe but about to get this awesome Koji worked Globe and bottom stem to waterpipe glass joint. Also probably gonna pick up this Ben Wilson kind more like a hammer than a spoon but I have a Luke Wilson (they are brothers) bowl for my ROOR and it's like when I added my first diffusor bout 10 years ago.

    Older shots here, get some pics of some more gear up soon. All my ROOR's are old when they only had the 3 colors to distinguish the glass thickness.

    BTW.. I remember the pics of your TY ROOR Skunk-Mad and I love the custom ROOR's especially with it personalized by TY. Very nice piece I wish I had.

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    Here is a 8 stem diffusor I picked up. Its an 18mm joint with a 14.5mm joint for the bowl so I can use my newer Luke Wilson bowl with my tall green label ROOR (thats what I bought the stem for). Delivers an ultra smooth hit, I really like it and unless I'm going to buy a sick ass Darby (or high end) worked diffusor and bowl I would rater pay the extra $15 for the 8 stem versus a regular china made diffusor.
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    Beautiful !!!! . .. some of those look so complicated, I can't even figure out how they'd be used.
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    Here's a quick pic of my Toro Micro 7/13 with black accents. A real smooth smoking piece. I use it daily at work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jred View Post
    Here's a few of mine anyway to get it rolling. Just go a Ti nail and globe but about to get this awesome Koji worked Globe and bottom stem to waterpipe glass joint. Also probably gonna pick up this Ben Wilson kind more like a hammer than a spoon but I have a Luke Wilson (they are brothers) bowl for my ROOR and it's like when I added my first diffusor bout 10 years ago.

    Older shots here, get some pics of some more gear up soon. All my ROOR's are old when they only had the 3 colors to distinguish the glass thickness.

    BTW.. I remember the pics of your TY ROOR Skunk-Mad and I love the custom ROOR's especially with it personalized by TY. Very nice piece I wish I had.

    Take care all.
    I feel very honoured to own the T.Y RooR it is 1 amazing piece of kit. Im hoping to get a RooR ashcatcher with the T.Y logo to match my kit but i understand RooR are having troubleaccepting credit cards at present so ill wait a few weeks.

    You have some killer pieces ill get some up asap

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    J Goldsmith...whoa that's nice. Hope you have a globe and Ti nail for that thing. Haven't bought a big purchase piece in at least 8-10 years, only small add-ons here and there for my existing gear (mostly broken diffusors). When I was buying glass back then ROOR was the only one who had the ground glass joints for at least a year or longer, then PHX dropped in with the percs and all that. A buddy of mine has had similar pieces to that and a Stemless (brand bong that doesn't need stem becasue it bends back like a zong at bottom only).

    All very nice and maybe one day I will get one of these newer sick head pieces. Gonna make a visit to the NW soon, maybe stop somewhere in Seattle or Portland to get a good price. Last time I was there they had worked skillets with the Ti plate for $40, which goes for about $80+ here at the time.

    BTW how do you clean it so well? I use Grunge Off but things need to be submersed so that would be like 4 bottles of the cleaner in your piece. Used to use Formula 420 but over time it leaves salt buildup on the inside of my straight tube especially. Simple green works awesome for a quick clean after each use with a heavy clean every 3 to 5 uses about.

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    High Jred, I do have a dome and a Highly Educated ti-nail. That's what I use it for mainly. Cleaning is easy, hot water will clean most oil rigs, a short soaking in 99% isopropyl alcohol gets rid of the rest.

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    Check out this Ben Wilson piece. Love the way him and his brother make the bowl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathon Goldsmith View Post
    Here's a quick pic of my Toro Micro 7/13 with black accents. A real smooth smoking piece. I use it daily at work.
    Hey Jonathon where is that pic of you with my new green goo monster rig. Man I got to get pics of my growing glass collection as soon as I get back to Toronto. I have to say that there is little to no glass here at Grow Med in Valencia Spain.


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    I've got a nice little Ti pad rig blown by Korey Cotnam out of Vancouver B.C. First vapor rig, looking for a nice Ti nail rig some time this summer. Would be scared of a rig like Jonathons, so much work to clean it, wouldn't want to use it after it was clean.

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    Here's a couple spoons I've had for a long while now.

    Nothing ridiculous but funtional.

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    Was out and about and grabbed a new pipe.

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    Just a question Ive been toking close to 60 yrs and now I just use a few homemade pipes.Does any of the glass you are useing make your smoke any smoother. Years ago I used to use a bong but it was more of a pain in the ass to me.Now at night I use a blueberry muffin before bed and get a good nites sleep, usually a good 8 hours. Jerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by gelu65 View Post
    Just a question Ive been toking close to 60 yrs and now I just use a few homemade pipes.Does any of the glass you are useing make your smoke any smoother. Years ago I used to use a bong but it was more of a pain in the ass to me.Now at night I use a blueberry muffin before bed and get a good nites sleep, usually a good 8 hours. Jerry
    Filtering the smoke through water will cool it down, making it easer on the lungs.

    But since they are bigger, its much easier to draw more smoke into the chamber (as opposed to a pipe) and have too much to inhale, making it harsher. When you find a good balance it becomes easy, convenient and smooth. Just keep a small pile busted and load/smoke as needed

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    Thanks Dabbin, Thinking of trying one again.

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    Hi all i thought i would post a few shots of some new attachments & my 3 hole bowl pipe. I have just got a 14mm vaporizer attachment for any water pipe/bong, a 3 hole bowl bowl & a 3 hole bowl pipe. All are fumed so look great.

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    That bowl looks pretty cool SM

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightly_toasted View Post
    That bowl looks pretty cool SM

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    cheer,s mate they make some excellent attachments, the vaporizer attachment is cool but there bowls are trully amazing piece,s..

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