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Brigham Pipes

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    Young Fish


     

    Brigham Pipes

    Howdy all!

    I'm new to the site so I'd like to say thanks for all the wonderful knowledge you guys have on here.

    I bought my first pipe on Monday, a Brigham voyageur and I must say I love it.

    I havent really seen too many brighams online tho and thought I'd ask what you guys generally thought of them.

    Do you think I should stick with it as a starter or should I venture onto eBay and pic up an estate pipe?

  2. #2

    Seņor Corncob


     

    Re: Brigham Pipes

    I own 2 Brighams a Voyageur 147 and a Mountaineer 336 and they both smoke great!
    I would say stick with it as they are great pipes, just make sure you break it in slow 1/4-1/2 bowls for the first dozen or so smokes.

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    Captain Awesome Yansee's Avatar


     

    Re: Brigham Pipes

    I picked up a Brigham Mountaineer about a week and a half ago (either a 29 or a 36, can't remember off the top of my head). Really nice pipe; even managed to get a couple bucks off. I figured a gotta support Canadian businesses.

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    Young Fish


     

    Re: Brigham Pipes

    I got the voyageur 32.

    I prefer the look of bent pipes.

    I've smoked it three times so far and I loved it. But I didn't know if I can expect better from a pipe or is it as good as it gets?

    As for the smoking part I pretty much dove right in and smoked a full bowl each time. Took me about an hour and a half to smoke them but I got through it with no overheating and some minor relighting.

    I think I'm doing well. Lol but I'm just trying to hold back the p.a.d.!!

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    No longer a community member.


     

    Re: Brigham Pipes

    I started with a voyager and I must say it was a great smoking pipe I ended up selling it but now I am regreting that I did so. Stick with it but your gonna want to add a few more to your collection.

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    Young Fish


     

    Re: Brigham Pipes

    My only issue is that I can't get a pipe cleaner all the way down into the bowl without removing the stem.

    The pipe cleaner catches on the wood because of the angle of the drill hole.

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    Captain Awesome Yansee's Avatar


     

    Re: Brigham Pipes

    Quote Originally Posted by Basilios View Post
    My only issue is that I can't get a pipe cleaner all the way down into the bowl without removing the stem.

    The pipe cleaner catches on the wood because of the angle of the drill hole.
    I have the same problem. It's a little annoying.

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    Young Fish


     

    Re: Brigham Pipes

    Quote Originally Posted by Yansee View Post
    I have the same problem. It's a little annoying.
    Does it make the pipe harder to keep clean in the long run?

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    Captain Awesome Yansee's Avatar


     

    Re: Brigham Pipes

    I've only had it for about a week and a half... but I'd say no. You can still pull the mouthpiece off and run a cleaner through it that way.


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