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    Default E-Pipe Mod I made for my Hubby!

    Here is a picture of the E-Pipe I made for my Hubby so I would have a vaping partner.

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    It uses and 18350 battery and an Artemas Locking Tank Dual Coil Cartomizer.

    Thank you Kittypie for answering my question. Now I have an order to place.
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    Wow, that is amazing, and gorgeous! I am so impressed with your skills! How in the world did you figure out how to make it? How long did it take?


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    Very nicely done Meme... you can make a pipe for me anytime.

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    Kittypie you can find anything on youtube

    He has always wanted to smoke a pipe but couldn't handle the actual smoking part. So when I started vaping he said I would vape with you if they made a pipe. So I looked into it and it turns out it's not that hard.

    It took several days because I shorted out the first auto switch I ordered and had to order another one (ok I ordered 3 more just in case) But in reality it could probably be done in about an hour if you had all of the parts on hand.

    I am going to make at least 2 more because our son and son-in-law both want one and have birthdays coming up.

    Depending on the pipe you use and the tank brand and style you go with it is relatively cheap to make also.
    The one I made cost about $35 dollars.

    State O' Flux Thank you very much. I enjoy doing projects like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MemeNPop View Post
    Depending on the pipe you use and the tank brand and style you go with it is relatively cheap to make also.
    The one I made cost about $35 dollars.

    State O' Flux Thank you very much. I enjoy doing projects like this.
    Oh... you made it from a preexisting pipe? That's interesting. I'll have to look into that as a project. See there... I learned something today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by State O' Flux View Post
    Oh... you made it from a preexisting pipe? That's interesting. I'll have to look into that as a project. See there... I learned something today.
    Yes I made it from a wooden Tobacco pipe that I bought and modified.
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    "The E-Pipe, for the classy vape and distinguished look that Heff would be jealous of."
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