For Sale at the Bern Gallery: Steamrollers
Steamrollers are perhaps the simplest type of smoking pipe. Akin to a bong’s mouthpiece that’s been turned sideways, these long and horizontal pipes are ideal for taking major hits (and best used by experienced lungs).
Best Steamroller Pipe Design
The steamroller pipe is quite simple in its form, having little more than a mouthpiece, long tube, carb and place for your bowl. Even with such a seemingly basic pipe, little nuances make a big difference. At the Bern Gallery, you’ll find the best steamroller pipes available.
Glass steamrollers featured on our site typically feature a long body that gives the pipe a sleek look. The base of a steamroller will often consist of some type of footing which helps prevent rolling off of surfaces, which always ends badly.
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Properly Sized Steamroller Pipes
When shopping for a steamroller smoking pipe, one of the most important factors to consider is the size. Since there is no water involved in steamrollers, it should be long enough to let the smoke sufficiently cool before hitting your lungs.
Advantages of Using a Glass Steamroller Smoking Pipe
A glass steamroller offers simplicity, yet there are significant advantages that the simplicity brings. Enjoy the following benefits with a glass steamroller pipe:
1. Bigger Hits
Joints and dry pipes are usually made for taking smaller hits, as they don’t cool large amounts of smoke quickly. The size of a steamroller pipe allows for big hits that can have quite an impact.
2. Ease Of Use
While wet pipes (e.g. bubblers) also cool down smoke, they’re significantly more complex to use. When you just want to enjoy a smoke without going through a lot of extra work, a dry steamroller will serve you well.
3. Discrete & Easy to Hide
Although glass steamroller pipes are sizable in length (e.g. 7 inches on average), they’re still quite easy to hide. The long cylinder can be stowed in any number of places, ranging from a drawer or back of a bookcase to a glovebox or medium-sized purse. And the lack of water increases your available options for storing.