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Silver 3 in 1 Pipe Tool

Simple and versatile

This silver 3-in-1 pipe tool is classic, offering everything you need to keep your pipe going. Small and lightweight, each tool features a tamper, scooper, and reamer. As for the price? About as low as it gets. These tools are very durable, but we find many people stock up anyway — if you're like me, chances are you'll lose a few of these and find yourself happy that you've got backups. 

Silver 3 in 1 Pipe Tool
  • Silver 3 in 1 Pipe Tool
  • Silver 3 in 1 Pipe Tool
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$3.00
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$1.99
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Silver 3 in 1 Pipe Tool
Overall Rating4.82 out of 5 Based on 11 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Silver 3 in 1 Pipe Tool”

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5 out of 5
Works great
No complaints great product, great price
5 out of 5
This is the perfect pipe
This is the perfect pipe tool for me and it fits in my pipe pouch. I highly recommend it.
5 out of 5
Inexpensive must have
For the price you can tamp, pick, and scoop without getting too precious about the finish. It’ll hold up to the heat to give you hours of smoking joy with the necessary but all too often overlooked art of tamping.
4 out of 5
Can't go wrong for the price!
Feels like I will break it, for the price it works great, just feels a little flimsy
5 out of 5
Works!
Does the things it is supposed to do.
4 out of 5
Works great
I was concerned this might be too cheap to be good but it works great for what i needed.
5 out of 5
You know what it is...
... And you know what it does. It works, and the price is right. Thanks!
5 out of 5
Gets the job done
Quality but inexpensive ... Gets the job done!
5 out of 5
As advertised
Compact and does what it says. No complaints and cheap with descent quality.
5 out of 5
inexpensive and does the job
handy to a bunch to spread around where you smoke.
5 out of 5
Works great and affordable.
The Czech pipe tool works great and is very affordable. This is one example of how the lowest priced item actually works as good as anything "higher end".