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Savinelli: Clark's Favorite Smooth

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by user2460, Jan 12, 2012.

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  1. user2460

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    Any of you have one? If so what do you think?

     
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    Don't have one, but it looks nice, and as a big Savinelli fan, I'd say you couldn't go wrong if you bought it, Darby.
     
  3. dmkerr

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  4. IrishRover

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    I have 1 Savinelli, it's a great pipe, but not a Clark's favorite...
    That Clarke is a sweet looking pipe.. I like that stem
     
  5. Puff The Magic

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    Don't have a Clarks but do smoke the "Bing black & white Prince" and i like it. Very good smoker!

    Ed
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  6. user2460

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    I don't have money for it now, but it's always fun to window shop. A lady should know about the pipe she's buying!
     
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    Darb, any pipe that catches your eye, run it by us, with our collective knowledge, we'll give you the thumbs up/down and whatever else needs to be said about the pipe.

    Ed
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  9. HCraven

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    I don't have that one, but I like it. I've got eight Savs in the rack, and not a bad smoker among them. Go for it when you have the opportunity!
     
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    It's beautifully proportioned and graceful. The tortoise shell looking stem adds a nice touch too.
     
  11. Elwin

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    That sure is a pretty thing!
    (adds another pipe to the list of one's that he doesn't need, but wants anyway...)
    :)
     
  12. ProvokeMe

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    I was going to use the word elegant... but graceful works too. Very nice looking pipe...
     
  13. t-bear

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    Sweet looking pipe Darby....worth adding to the rotation when the opportunity arises.
     
  14. CalPiper

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    I love all my Savinellis. So dont think you could wrong with another one!
     
  15. cobbsmoker

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    Now that's a nice pipe Darby and you will look elegant smoking that pipe while you’re out and about! :thu2:
     
  16. Tenthgate

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    My friend had a byron's favority savinelli which was in a similar style, one thing i would say about it, was that it heated up like a wood stove. I gave it several tries to see if the briar could be tamed, but even at a really timid pace it needed to be set down, cake buildup and all.

    Personally I couldn't dig it for that reason :D

    It's very classy looking, mind you.
     
  17. dbwittkopf

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    I like it I currently have sav envy but one day, I hope you beat me to it.;)
     
  18. Beale

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    I really like the style and the grace of that pipe. Heck we all window shop, Beale.
     
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