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What a beautiful pipe! Just got it in and had to smoke it right away! It holds a lot of tobacco so plan on buying your favorite bend in bulk if you don't already. It has no filter and no restrictor in it so it's a bit different for the draw on it. Feels loose to me, not restricted like my other pipes. It's also a bit difficult to keep lit. Over all I like it and I'll get used to the draw but the looks of it far out weight the cons of how the pipe smokes.
Like any new briar you will have to break it in. It doesn"t matter if it's a 100.00 pipe or a 500.00 one. The more you smoke it the better it will preform.
When I got an email from CI about a sale on the Kaywoodie Sterling, I didn't think much of it. However, I saw the "two-tone Dublin" and thought it was a nice looking pipe and at the sale price it seemed worth the risk. I have to say, it stands up well so far next to my Petersons...so much so that I've even been considering buying a second...even at full price! Anyway, the Kaywoodie is rapidly becoming my favorite pipe. I would recommend it to anyone.