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Falcon Brown Extra Straight Dental Tobacco Pipe Stem

MSRP: $37.00
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Many may wonder how an aluminum base and stem pipe handles the moisture from smoking tobacco. The Falcon stem takes a ring filter in the base of the stem keeping it dry and flavorful when smoking. The extra straight design of this dental pipe is quite attractive. We suggest pairing a Falcon Plymouth Hunter bowl with this stem.

Brand: Falcon

Model: Straight Brown Stem

Shape: Straight

Length: 5.64 in. / 143.35 mm. 

Weight: 0.4 oz. / 11 g. 

 Filter: Dry Ring

Stem Material: Aluminum

Country: UK


*Pipe measurements are approximate

**Pipe pictures are not of actual pipe you may receive.

3 Reviews

  • 4
    A Workhorse of a Pipe

    Posted by Mitch Gordon on 16th Mar 2019

    I purchased this along with a Meerschaum lined bowl. That combo provides for regular use without having to wait for the pipe to rest. I like the dental bit as it allows me to have leverage on the mouthpiece which I prefer. I deducted 1 star because it isn't quite the same as holding a hand made briar, but it functions as well or better.

  • 5

    Posted by Verified Customer on 2nd Nov 2016

    I have a straight bit falcon stem and this dental bit and like this one more. I put rubber bit covers on all my pipes. With one of those on one of these I'm digging it.

  • 5

    Posted by Mick on 19th Oct 2016

    I really like the Dental bit. All my other pipes stems are the usual kind: vulcanite or acrylic, mostly fishtail. I use the BJ Long rubber bits on some but not others. The bit on this stem is a stroke of genius. I hope the cat who came up with it got a good Xmas bonus that year. I love that the brown in the tube is different from the brown in the rest of it. Is that the brown that's in the twisted colored stem? My smooth Snifter, Hunter Bulldog and WGM meerschaum bowls all look great with this stem. This would be a good stem for walking with one's hands firmly embedded in coat pockets.