Before I get into the information about this Chacom Reverse Calabash Bent Tomato, let me get on my soapbox for a moment.
This pipe is referred to as a reverse Calabash. That doesn't make any sense. With a gourd Calabash, the smoke leaves the chamber and goes into an area that lets the smoke deposit moisture and cool down before it makes its way through the stem. That's exactly the same as how these pipes work, so why the heck is it a reverse Calabash. Okay. Rant over.
This pipe is a tomato shape with a subtle sandblast and a black matte finish. The secondary chamber located in the shank isn't as large as a lot of these types of pipes giving it a more classic appearance. There's no char and the stem is clear of marks. It comes in a cloth roll-up pouch with a Chacom/French/pipe theme. This is a great way to get a reverse Calabash without spending big bucks.
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