|March 14, 2004|
Tim Fuller: Coco
It makes you wonder why other pipe makers don't try wood combinations. Of course, there is always the fear that the bottom, so to say, of the pipe would fall off. To that end, I'm presently indulging in a torture test of Tim's standards. (By torture, I mean smoking the pipe several times in a single day; it happens while I'm traveling too.)
Thus far (after a half-dozen smokes in a single day) the pipe has held together. And although the right upper wall tends to be thin toward the top of the bowl, there are no signs of burn through. A very superior pipe!
And if you'd like a larger detail of the bowl, it's right here.
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