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Don’t have time to settle down? Our steamroller pipes offer a simple way to indulge in your favorite smoking blend on the go.
Our BIO Glass steamroller pipes offer resistance-free airflow to deliver powerful, intense hits to send you flying. Unlike traditional hand pipes, steamroller pipes feature a large carb hole at the end of the cylinder. Once you take a hit, the bowl clears instantly — firing your favorite smoking blend straight into your lungs. It goes without saying, this pipe ain’t for beginner smokers.
Steamroller pipes are infamous for their simplistic nature. Sure, they may function like your typical bong, but you won’t need any water here to get the party started. They’re simple, hollow glass tubes with a bowl on top, which is located next to a small hole (a.k.a. carb) to control the pipe’s airflow. All you need to do is pack dry herb into the bowl and blow.
Smoking enthusiasts love Biohazard steamroller pipes because they offer a discreet method to enjoy cannabis, yet are as portable as a rolled-up joint. Our durable BIO Glass steamroller pipes are handblown out of high-quality, heat-resistant borosilicate glass, making them the perfect hand-held device for ganja-lovers on the go.
If BIO Glass steamroller pipes remind you of a certain type of transportation, you’re not alone. Steamroller pipes get their name from the ubiquitous steamroller trains of the 20th century, noted for their slim, high locomotive chimneys. But let’s not get off track (sorry, had to do it).
Archaeologists believe the history of steamroller pipes actually goes back to the dawn of ancient civilizations after clay hand pipes have been dug up at sites in India and Egypt and dated back to B.C. Back on the mainland, tobacco hand pipes have been found during Native American excavations going back more than 3,000 years, though we presume the “peace pipes,” passed around during those early treaty signings may have been packed with party favors other than tobacco leaves.
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