The Inventor Of The Proto Pipe Phil Jergenson

The Inventor Of The Proto Pipe Phil Jergenson

The inventor of the Proto Pipe Phil Jergenson. If you’ve been smoking with hand pipes for awhile now, you may have come across a couple of unique designs created by legendary pipe maker Phil Jergenson. His first invention was the Proto Pipe, which he designed and produced in the 1960s. Though there have been imitation pipes circulated throughout the years, none come close to the quality and craftsmanship of the original design. This metal hand pipe is small, yet multi-functional. It comes with its own poker tool conveniently stored in the pipe, and a storage chamber, so users can load a few sessions in before their adventure without accidentally forgetting their product behind.

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A removable bowl on the bottom collects oils and tars from each session that users can then consume later for their own purposes. Metal pipes usually get bad raps because they tend to alter the taste of the product during use, or they leave a metallic aftertaste in the smoke, but the Proto Pipe has provided clean hits to users for nearly 60 years now. Most users are pleasantly surprised over the purity of the pipe, and it’s easy to see why so many people have fallen in love with it over the decades that it been on the market. For its durability, ease of use, and multi-functional design, you would think this pipe would set a smoker back financially. However, it’s extremely affordable for all of the features it includes.