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Hamm Brushland Scientific Glassware

Discussion in 'Glass' started by DaProfessor, Apr 6, 2012.

  1. Cheerful Dub

    Cheerful Dub Spaced Station

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    It's technically like uh, "lavender" or something so your testosterone can remain fully intact :lol: picked up the same one in "lime" :nod: goes great with an HE TI domeless :p
  2. mrboote

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    Fucking righteous, I just dun seasoned my dualiti! I was super confused how peach and light blue (lime green, I get) sold out before da purps. I took it as a sign.
  3. mrboote

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    I really am liking this little pipe. The way the perc fires seems to rinse any reclaim right off the sides. You really don't get water in the mouth despite how high it stacks, the design of the mouthpiece does catch any splashes if you do pull way too hard. This isn't my video, but I'm not really capable of doing better:



    It seems like the other pieces in the expo diffy line are almost novelties... Same relative size/function for hundreds more, cuz it's got a silly shape? Does anyone really want a square or triangular mouthpiece? The rocking one is cute, but I don't see $1000 worth of cuteness there
  4. PhotoRider

    PhotoRider Diagnosed with level 11 G.A.S.

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    Here is my New Hamm Waterworks recycler. Love this pipe:
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  5. Doug

    Doug Just passing time

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    Cool! Let's see some action shots.
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  6. Tweek

    Tweek Well-Known Member

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    Love this guys work. The only time in my life, I would actually consider spending serious money on glass. Fantastic looking stuff.
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  7. dirtpie

    dirtpie Well-Known Member

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    That's because Philpot worked and learned from HAMM in his studio. Many glass artists attribute the first utilization of the recycler design in water pipes to HAMM. The man is a true innovator!


    I dream to have one of his original hurricane perc pieces. While I continue my hunt for one, I was able to find a really neat piece by him.

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    It's amazing how the disc perc keeps the water on top of it making the piece work and act like a double chamber piece.
  8. lookmomnohands

    lookmomnohands Well-Known Member

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    I dig Hamms Waterworks a lot, but dirtpie has reminded me of how much I miss the "old school" Hamm hurricane days. I actually like the way those looks over the Coriolis or Sputnik. Sick sick piece there man.

    Here's a very unique hurricane w/ a removable ash catcher and scalloped tubing. The Waterworks stuff is just as intricate in design but i just think this style looks more elegant to my eyes. All opinions are valid.

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  9. PhotoRider

    PhotoRider Diagnosed with level 11 G.A.S.

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    Edit: wow - didn't know Lookmomnohands posted this piece... Found it independently.

    The Hamm Hurricane recycler - the smallest of the small at only 20" tall. Think its a bat in its past life. However with the correct water level aka a gallon, the whirlpool action is like a hurricane, nothing like it...
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  10. PhotoRider

    PhotoRider Diagnosed with level 11 G.A.S.

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    Here is a vid:
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  11. PhotoRider

    PhotoRider Diagnosed with level 11 G.A.S.

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    The Hamm Sputnik Recycler:
  12. lookmomnohands

    lookmomnohands Well-Known Member

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    PhotoRider, thanks so much for posting the video of your hurricane! You are very lucky to be the owner of that piece. I almost pulled the trigger on it a year or two back but never did. Glad it's in good hands!

    I posted videos of these pieces before but I just rediscovered some pics of them on my photobucket.

    14" Hurricane bubbler w/ Royal slide.

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    next to my old Luke Wilson gridline to mini 14 arm tube.
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    The razor maria burly Brushland tube. My lungs were too small for this mother fucker.
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    Sometimes I would refer to it as "La Fontaine" because when you'd clear it, the water would spurt up like a fountain. The disc perc also reminded me of Marcel Duchamp's "La Fontaine".
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  13. Tweek

    Tweek Well-Known Member

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    I could listen to the sound of water swirling around in those Hamm's all day long :smug:
  14. PhotoRider

    PhotoRider Diagnosed with level 11 G.A.S.

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    Lnow the feeling about volume - my is large, but love it... Love your also.

    Don't know, but I like these Hamms better than the waterworks style.

    Its also interesting to know that pipe sat that long. Go figure....

    PS - get those things dirty!
  15. lookmomnohands

    lookmomnohands Well-Known Member

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    Thanks dude. I agree, I dig the old school Hamm over the Waterworks. The shaping was more interesting imo. Still would kill for a mini old school hurricane, i've only seen one tho. And it's doubtful he'll be making those anymore :(

    I'd get em dirty but I sold them a few months ago. They're in a good home.
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  16. mrboote

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    The new waterworks stuff is up on his wholesale site, some of it looks pretty sweet. I haven't seen what the retail prices are. I'd wager the sputnik hasn't dropped in price, just height!

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  17. Frederick McGuire

    Frederick McGuire Aggressively Loungey

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    If the retail prices are approx double wholesale (Which is fairly common practice AFAIK for just regular retail shops), then I daresay
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    the sputnik coriolis will retail for approx $1,400, and the tiny sputnik will retail for approx $900.
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    The Trichomes will go for approx $600
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    the Centrifuzes will go for approx $750

    I just checked ALT, and the sputnik coriolis is $1,200, but it looks like a slightly older model?


    My estimates might be a bit high, but I'd say they're good ballpark figures :)
  18. mrboote

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    I got this recently and am quite happy with it. I was excited to find one with a square mouthpiece instead of the usual triangle. It almost seems like they made a happy mistake and switched where the two shaped pieces of tube are attached. The way they do this style bub has lots of variation, so who can say?

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  19. Silver420Surfer

    Silver420Surfer Well-Known Member

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    +1 for the squared off mouthpiece. Looks better to put your lips on
  20. mvapes

    mvapes Surrounded by the healthy!

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    Those globes look sick! I recently got a round exodiffy and I fucking love it. The chug is creates in such a small piece is off the charts. And I mean chug in a good way, almost feels like your pulling on a recycler.
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  21. Chicken Charlie

    Chicken Charlie Well-Known Member

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    Please pardon this neophyte's question...but what size adaptor would I need to mate a Hamms piece with a Solo/HI/UD vape?
    Thank-you.
  22. malachi

    malachi Member

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    My new Sputnik.

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    This is the new style (shorter, square body).
    It's a brilliant piece for a d-nail set up with a dropdown.

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    There is high resistance initially, then once it starts to chug it almost runs itself.
    The flavor is nuts, especially when running the d-nail at colder temps with a carb cap.

    I'm a big fan of lemon drop. So I had to pick this one up.

    His workmanship is really flawless.
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