For near a century Yello Bole has been crafting some of the most respected lower price tobacco pipes in the world. Brylon, their material of choice, makes them capable of producing pipes like no other. Lightweight, inexpensive, and great on the eyes, this is the perfect pipe for the beginner or a seasoned vet who is looking for a cheap go-to pipe.
Brand: Yello Bole
Length: 5.65 in. / 143.64 mm.
Height: 1.72 in. / 43.92 mm.
Weight: 1.4 oz. / 42 g.
Bowl Depth: 1.47 in. / 37.56 mm.
Bowl Outside Diameter: 1.35 in. / 34.45 mm.
Bowl Inside Diameter: 0.92 in. / 23.61 mm.
Shank Width at Seam: 0.57 in. / 14.50 mm.
Filter: Removable Aluminum Condensor
Bowl Material: Brylon
Stem Material: Nylon
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Great beginner pipe.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Nov 2016
Great price, and good for beginners.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Sep 2016
I agree with other reviews regarding brylon. You will have to remove moist dottle from bottom of bowl after every smoke. The aluminum condenser insert (sort of like a stinger) is removable, but even in place allows a pipe cleaner to go all the way through. Caution, the bowl gets HOT (as in too hot to hold) even with slow puffing, although the shank remains cool. Great outdoor pipe (and hand warmer) for fall and winter outside. Great value and nice construction.
Posted by Steven A. Perkins on 16th Jul 2015
Nice pipe! A very smooth smoke and the moisture condenser makes cleaning very easy and is not messy like a filtered pipe. Not too big of a pipe, but the right size and economical. The only draw back is that the bowl can get fairly warm with a full bowl.
Brylon gets a bad rap.
Posted by Joe Bowers on 26th Sep 2014
The heat and gurgle issues I think, are very overstated. Both can be easily mitigated and I don't find them to be issues.
Brylon does not absorb moisture so you can smoke one over and over and over again without rest. This is great. The drawback is that the tobacco at the bottom gets wet. A briar you can smoke to ashes, a brylon you always have to scrape out the appreciable dawdle that sticks to the bowl.
On the whole brylon is not great and not bad. I would call it good overall and at its price point I plan to buy another.