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I'm a Kaywoodie convert

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by mtsgsd, Aug 24, 2011.

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  1. mtsgsd

    mtsgsd Active Member

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    I picked up a kaywoodie "500" dublin, and a Kaywoodie "rufftone" from another PSF member a while ago. While I was already pleased with their performance, I was really surprised today with how well the 500 handled McB vanilla flake.
    Wow. I found much more flavor for some reason, and the flake burned easily and cool. Or at least it felt cool! I clench my pipes, and found the pipe was way too hot a couple times when grabbed the pipe (PC gaming, and gentle smoking don't always go together I guess). I couldn't even tell from the smoke. No bite, and no gurgle.
    I'm going to have to get me some more of these. :)
     
  2. ruffinogold

    ruffinogold Ruffinogold-Mayor, I.R.G.E.--At Large. Mayor

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    Wellcome to Kaywoodie world ! The greatest pipe for the money in the world , imo . I've been loving Kaywoodies since I was a teenager . I have at least a dozen but over the years a bunch ! Always good to see another fan & convert ! :th1: Sometimes the ' 500 " & ' 600 " will be laqured .... not all the time ... I have never figured out why . Most all Kaywoodies are waxed and the old ones are really top notch pipes to rival anything out there . Heres some sites to get you going :
    http://www.grayfoxonline.com/compendium.html
    http://chriskeene.com/kwg-toc
     
  3. user0003

    user0003 Well-Known Member

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    It must suit your style. Slow gently and long.........:p

    I love woodies......

    Don't go there......
     
  4. mtsgsd

    mtsgsd Active Member

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    yes, mine is lacquered. Nice grain too, although the red stain does it's best to obscure it. :)
     
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