Chillum pipes are one of the simplest, easiest pipes to operate and definitely one of the most intuitive – it’s a pure cylinder that has dry herb placed on one end and a mouthpiece on the other (make sure not to get it confused in the dark or in a rush, it could lead to a rather nasty effect).
A dugout pipe is one of the most popular and one of the least-understood things in any herbal enthusiast’s toolkit. They’re practical and portable, stylish and handy, inexpensive and even hip. A dugout pipe refers to the whole rig which includes a variety of components which are contained in (and include) the dugout itself, a multi-chambered container. A dugout pipe usually opens at one end and holds a cigarette-style one-hitter pipe, a cleaning or scraping tool, and a bigger chamber to hold a supply of dry herbs, all in one handy kit. Read this blog to learn more about what is a dug-out pipe.
Everyone loves shopping for their new glass pipe, but when deciding on which one to buy, it's hard to choose between a Glass spoon pipe, chillum or Sherlock hand pipe. We put together this Glass Pipes guide to help you understand how all of them are different from each other.