"Tortuga" is the Spanish word for tortoise. This turtle inspired pipe has a rustic finish and multicolored acrylic stem, that is designed to match the color of a tortoise's shell. This Savinelli 305 model takes the form of a bent pot shape, with a unique triangular shaped shank. This pipe comes fitted with a matching acrylic and rubber ash cap, which will preserve your partially smoked bowl of tobacco for later.
Shape: Bent Pot
Length: 5.75 in. / 146.05 mm.
Height: 1.55 in. / 39.37 mm.
Weight: 1.41 oz. / 39.97 g.
Bowl Depth: 1.28 in. / 32.51 mm.
Bowl Outside Diameter: 1.61 in. / 40.89 mm.
Bowl Inside Diameter: 0.85 in. / 21.59 mm.
Bowl Material: Briar
Stem Material: Acrylic
*Pipe measurements are approximate
**Pipe pictures are not of actual pipe you may receive.
I got this pipe for my birthday 2 weeks ago. I am very satisfied with the Rusticated Tortuga 305. I have smoked about a dozen bowls so far, but still feel that this pipe is not completely broken in. No problem - I want to take it easy on the Tortuga. The design of this pot bowl beauty is well thought out and very nice to look at. I keep it front and center in my pipe section. Not too crazy about the cover/cap as I think it is mostly useless and when used to cap a cool empty bowl seems to trap a nasty odor for a few seconds when removed.
Overall I like this pipe and plan on taking good care to keep it in top condition. My second Savinelli, the first was an unfinished bent billiard, and won't be my last. Very good value at an affordable price.
Great looking pipe smooth draw very lite. In my rotation and by the way super fast del. and great tracking. I enjoy buying here never a problem.
This is my third pipe and first Savinelli, awesome feel and finish. This is my favorite piece! A cool smoke, with just the right weight when freehand. Looks nice on a stand too.
We did good! The look, feel and smoke are all that I expected. Not too heavy and a neat personality of a pipe. Pricing was awesome and shipping was quick and first class. A very nice addition to round out my collection, with my first Savinelli.