If there is anything that this classy pipe reminds us of, it is the fantasy tales of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes that it. While this pipe isn't a part of the Peterson Sherlock Holmes collection, this Red Spray Spigot B10 no doubt makes us want to go back and reread all of Mr. Holmes adventures. Because of this we suggest smoking this pipe with a bowl of Peterson Sherlock's Choice tobacco inside.
Style: B10 Red
Length: 5.43 in. / 138.16 mm.
Height: 2.00 in. / 51.03 mm.
Weight: 1.69 oz. / 48.17 g.
Bowl Depth: 1.44 in. / 36.82 mm.
Bowl Outside Diameter: 1.62 in. / 40.91 mm.
Bowl Inside Diameter: 0.78 in. / 20.05 mm.
Bowl Material: Briar
Stem Material: Acrylic
Band: Sterling Silver
*Pipe measurements are approximate
**Pipe pictures are not of actual pipe you may receive.
Got my Peterson Red Spray B10 Spigot in the mail last Friday and I love it. It is so light. Great looking pipe! I had a lot of compliments on it over the weekend. It has a nice deep red finish and it hangs in your mouth with very comfortably allowing me to do work on the computer, in the garden or whatever with both my hands. If you are considering this pipe, I say go for it!
While I’m certainly no major authority on tobacco pipes, I rated this smooth/red Peterson Spigot-Pipe with 5-stars (like I also rate my four other Peterson Spigot-Pipes) because it/they combine rugged durability with functional practicality, excellent craftsmanship and aesthetic styling to provide one of the easiest-smoking, best-tasting and finest-looking tobacco pipes I have found during my past four years of continually searching for the pipe that was perfect for my active lifestyle.
My four other Peterson Spigots are all smooth/red finish with sterling silver spigot hardware simply because I prefer that color and look; they are also all of the half-bent configuration (which provides very efficient condensation control similar to their “system pipe”) and only differ in their individual bowl shape including Brandy, Author, Rhodesian, and Billiard that I use for different tobacco blends. So, when I found this smooth/red Peterson Spigot with a Dublin bowl, I pounced it like a duck on a Junebug.
While I am not a pipe collector by any means, I do have a kitchen drawer loaded up with many past attempts to find the “right pipe” (prices ranging from $30 el-cheapo up to a $750 Dunhill) that I’ll never smoke again because none of them can match the practicality, convenience and pure smoking pleasure of a Peterson spigot-pipe.