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About jennyfell55

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    Bey - Low Lord of the Hose.

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  • Gender Female
  • Location Tacoma, WA
  • Age 27

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  1. El Nefes Sultan

    I just recently picked up an El Nefes Gazi, and I love it :D Good welds, no problems that I see. It's actually cleaner construction than my Farida! Downstem length is good, extending 8" into the base (identical to my Farida) Mind you, I don't know if the draw on the Sultan is different, but I LOVE the draw on the Gazi. A bit of restriction, but I love it more than I could have imagined. I actually haven't smoked my Farida since my El Nefes showed up. I posted a review on it, so whenever mods approve the post you can see some pics I took of the Gazi. :)
  2. El Nefes Gazi

    I just picked up this pipe a week or so ago and figured I should do a review on it I LOVE this pipe! My other good hookah is a Farida, and I haven't even pulled it out since I got this baby. Gorgeous, heavy, and in my opinion the perfect draw :D The engravings are deep and beautiful, welds are good in my opinion, and it smokes beautifully! There was a bit of black stuff in the engravings that had to be cleaned out, but I always give all new pipes a thorough cleaning so it was nothing a sponge couldn't fix. Total Pipe Height: 24" without a bowl Stem Length: 21" Height above base: 13" Base Height: ~11" Tray Diameter: 9" Total Weight: 5.85lbs Stem Weight (without tray): 2.66lbs Base Weight: 2.82lbs Stem Construction: Brass and HEAVY. Copper downstem Heart: Traditional Pull: Restrictive, but not overly so, and smooth Purge: Easy. I can clear the base in one breath no problem Cleanability: Super easy. A few passes of the stem brush and rinse with hot water. Overall: 10/10! I can't say enough good things about this pipe! Couldn't be happier with the purchase! For the rest of the pictures: http://smg.photobucket.com/user/jenn...20Nefes%20Gazi  
  3. I would LOVE to test and share my opinions!
  4. Made A Hose End/mouthpiece

    Wow! Common? I want to see the stuff you consider unusual or special... must be GORGEOUS!! :)
  5. Homemade Washable Hose/handle!

    The Mya hose that came with my Mya hookah rusted within 3 months... and that's without me washing it. Unless there's a different Mya hose I'd say not washable.
  6. Made A Hose End/mouthpiece

    Thanks! Scale isn't shown well on the photo... it's less than an inch wide at it's widest point and 7" long. Weighs less than 1.5oz... 40g according to my kitchen scale :)
  7. Made A Hose End/mouthpiece

    I've had a chunk of curly maple sitting around and I finally scheduled some shop time so I could make a mouthtip/hose end out of some of it. Cut the block open and much to my surprise and joy it's spalted!! Spent some time on the lathe and this was the result. Forgive the picture... it really doesn't do the grain of the wood justice :-(
  8. Washington - Puget Sound Area

    I know this is super necro, but I love the idea of meeting some fellow hookah smokers in the area!
  9. Washington State Smokers Wa

    Tacoma area :-)
  10. *waves*

    Hi everyone! I'm Jenny, 28 at the end of the month. Relatively new to hookah smoking, but not completely new. Just bought my first hookah (Mya Econogon) a month ago :D Figured I should say hello!