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Churchwarden?

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by notsavd, Apr 18, 2012.

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  1. notsavd

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    This seems like a reasonable place to ask the following: any churchwarden recommendations in the $75 or less range? Considering Brog, Peterson, Savinelli...
     
  2. Preacher1611

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    I've heard great things about Pete's, Brog's and Sav's, Kaywoodie makes a nice church warden as well, here's mine:
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  3. Jussto

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    I love my Savinelli Qandale, probably my favorite 'warden, but I also have a Pete calabash warden that while a little smaller, smokes beautifully. They were both in your price range(ish) and I would recommend either without hesitation.
     
  4. Hawkwood

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    I don't think you can go wrong with a Peterson or a Savinelli. As for MrBrog i've been eyeballing his products on Amazon for awhile now.....with intent.;)
     
  5. Tony Malerich

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    Pete's and Sav's are definitely great options. My first (non-basket) pipe was a Stanwell churchwarden that I loved to death. Also I've never smoked one, but I've always been curious about a Johs churchwarden.
     
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    Corn cob with an 8" forever stem. $35 and the stem would be interchangeable with other cobs.
    My next option would probably be a Savinelli.
     
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  8. SteveH

    SteveH Active Member

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    Invicta. Ridiculously cheap, but, if their similarly low-priced non-churches are anything to go by, good quality (I've got four pipes from their low-price 'Classic' range - smoking FVF in the 'Dublin' right now - but not yet one of their churches).
     
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