Peterson Dracula Briar Smoking Pipe X105
- Overall Length: 145mm
- Overall Height: 47mm
- Bowl Height: 47mm
- Bowl Diameter: 36mm
- Bore: 20mm
- Weight: 50g
- Gift Boxed with limited edition Dracula sleeve
- Cloth pipe bag included
Peterson Dracula Series:
The Peterson Dracula series is a new line from Petersons and has to be one of the most exciting and unique ranges we’ve seen for a while. However from the outset they have been surrounded by excitement and controversy. The UK allocation sold out within hours and we were informed that they were a limited edition range and that no more where being made. However we have been informed that this is not the case, just that demand was just far higher than had been anticipated and Petersons (despite being the biggest pipe manufacturer in the world) didn’t have the ability to supply demand. We have been informed that the Dracula series is to be a permanent line but supply will be sporadic so we recommend buying sooner rather than later to avoid disappointment.
Peterson X105 Shape:
The Peterson Dracula X105 is classic Straight Billiard of good proportions. It has a good length and thickness of Briar to ensure a cool smooth smoke and with the ample bore size the pipe is still remarkably light and is great for those who like to fill a pipe and sit for a while. The bowl is finished in a Black ebony stain and what is undoubtedly the most striking stem we have ever seen before being finished with a Nickel band branded with a Dracula logo.
The pattern on the stem is unique to every pipe and varies considerably so every pipe is a one off and will not be exactly as pictured.
The standard mouthpiece for most pipe manufacturers. The fishtail has the exit hole in the end of the mouthpiece. The end of the mouthpiece is flat, which some people find easier to grip, and suits the smoker who doesn’t get on with the p.lip style.
The marbled mouthpiece in this picture is a one off and is unlikely to be the exact mouthpiece you will receive. There is variation from pipe to pipe with substantial differences in colours, patterns and marbling.