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The Glass Collection Thread! (Post your pics!)

Discussion in 'Glass' started by MarcellusWiley, Aug 23, 2012.

  1. ataxian

    ataxian PALE BLUE DOT

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  2. mvapes

    mvapes Scratchin' Glass! Accessory Maker

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    Haha...

    Have you seen photoriders?






    I feel so under equipped. :uhoh:
     
  3. PhotoRider

    PhotoRider Diagnosed with level 11 G.A.S.

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    So do I, I need therapy.
    BTW - My glass goes to Piece of Mind in Portland in my will to be distributed to users in need - free or displayed on the wall of shame. Can not be sold, only given or displayed :) Given only to people in need... 100% serious.

    I think its a win-win-win. I support our local blowers in the PNW, probably unmatched anywhere else, I get to use these awesome stuff, share it with friends, support my local head shops and give back to society in the end. Allows a person who maybe could never afford such awesome functional art a chance. I'm selfish in a way. It makes me feel good to know I have played it forward and given back to society who has given so much to me. Besides I am in love with this stuff.

    I hope to see it legal in all 50 states.

    Did people see the big announcement by the feds yesterday about pot enforcement? They publicly lowered the priority of Pot enforcement outside minors and trafficking. As long as the states enforce their law, they will look the other way. One more step to the wrong being corrected.
     
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  4. ogcook

    ogcook Well-Known Member

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    Cleaned my inline today so I had a quick photoshoot for all of you!
    Click the image for the gallery!
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  5. ogcook

    ogcook Well-Known Member

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    Figured I would post the matching hand pipe, again click the picture for the album!

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  6. feeney417

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    This was made by Jesse at Lotus Glassworks.
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    It holds water. I used black coffee for clarity.
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    The best part is how it sits so comfortably in my hand.
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  7. Frederick McGuire

    Frederick McGuire Aggressively Loungey

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    OK guys, I got some of my pieces together and grouped them together into mini collections :)
    My apologies up front for not cleaning them, I'll be sure to do a better shoot once I've given them all a good PBW wash, but I don't often clean all my pieces at once, so we'll just have to wait and see how it goes...

    1 - Matrix Collection
    Left to right:
    Mobius Ion Matrix, Mobius Clear Matrix, Black Sheep Gallery Dual Matrix
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    2 - Mobius Collection
    Left to right:
    Clear Reti, Ion Matrix, Clear Matrix
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    3 - Fritter Collection - Note My fritter Hydratube is missing from the pic :doh:
    Left to right:
    David Goldstein Mini Can Prototype, David Goldstein 13" convertible straight tube, Fritter to turbine tube, Honeycomb to fritter Tube, Double fritter rig
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    3a - Goldstein Frits
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    3b - Other Frits
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  8. Frederick McGuire

    Frederick McGuire Aggressively Loungey

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    (Part 2 due to 20 images per post limit)

    4 - Honeycombs
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    Honeycomb to fritter Tube, Double Honeycomb to turbine tube
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    5 - Turbines
    Left to Right:
    Fritter to turbine tube, Double Honeycomb to turbine tube
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    6 - EFS Collection
    Left to right:
    Gridded donut incycler with yoda blasting and other blasting accents, gridded donut tube with aztec calendar blasting
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    I took some other pics but my camera seems to have eaten them :(
    I'll re-take them and post 'em up here soon :)
     
  9. ataxian

    ataxian PALE BLUE DOT

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    Love the color!
     
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  10. Herr_Dampf

    Herr_Dampf Well-Known Member

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    My Green Buddha order came in, finally I got a splitter (cloud buddy, claisen, whatever) as well. I added a basket screen from my EV-2 toolbox to the bottom GonG to prevent any future particles entering the device itself. Also orderd the adapter set, that neat hex stopper, a bunch of clips and some other small parts. Nice price, even for international. He also added a 18f/18f 45° adapter and this cool green mushroom pick as free gifts.

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  11. dannkk

    dannkk Well-Known Member

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    My collection. Left to right. Leviathan FC Lattice. RooR Barrel perc ash catcher. Hamm mini triangle rig. Pulse double showerhead nano with gridded showerhead downstem. RooR Flush recycler.
     
  12. clouded vision

    clouded vision Well-Known Member

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    My oil rig collection. Left to right aaron b, Geoff Platt, robin hood, in the front is an arsin revolver
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  13. SD_haze

    SD_haze MMJ Vaporist

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    Haven't seriously considered a new piece of glass in over 6 months :mental:
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  14. Deadshort480

    Deadshort480 We're here to fuck shit up.

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  15. FlyingLow

    FlyingLow Team NO SLEEP!

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    A few of my older pieces here. First is my mini binger, second an alcohol chamber chillum, and last is my ole GonG bubs.

    If anyone knows the artist for the chillum or the bubbler, any additional info would be appreciated:)



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  16. Resinberg

    Resinberg Well-Known Member

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    a few of my toros
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    macaroon
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    macro OG and OG mini
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    red elvis XL can macro
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  17. Frederick McGuire

    Frederick McGuire Aggressively Loungey

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    No pics in this post (:(), but I've noticed my collection slowly consolidating on similar percs...

    I now have 6 matrix pieces
    • Möbius clear matrix
    • Möbius ion matrix
    • A double chamber toro style piece with 2 matrices
    • Yingmin ion clone
    • Yingmin stereo matrix clone
    • Sunshine store D-020-W
    and 6 fritters
    • Goldstein mini can prototype
    • Goldstein 13" convertible tube
    • Honeycomb to fritter piece
    • Double fritter piece
    • Fritter to turbine piece
    • GBD convertible fritter hydratube
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  18. Roger D

    Roger D Vapor Wizard

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  19. FlyingLow

    FlyingLow Team NO SLEEP!

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    With such a collection, how many do you typically use in a day?
    How do you choose?
     
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  20. ataxian

    ataxian PALE BLUE DOT

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    Nice collection:
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    The question is not how much glass you own it's how full are your jars?
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    With your glass?
    I would be in a coma!
     
  21. Roger D

    Roger D Vapor Wizard

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    I like to use them all in some kind of rotation, in a typical day I would use 2 to 4 pieces. One dedicated for oils when I'm having some and 2 or 3 for flowers. If I feel like taking big fat rips I go for maximal diffusion and if I want taste I go for small pieces or dry hitting. Sometimes I want a good compromise and I choose medium sized pieces.

    It's also about how convenient they are to handle and to hit. In a lay back mode I want a piece easy to use so I don't break my neck.

    It may seem ridiculous to some but in fact they are very different, each piece gives me another experience.

    Right now I'm going for the matrix. I have been eating a lot of that home made pizza and I need a strong digestive.

    Edit : I'm waiting for a new worked recycler ! My first heady custom :) And more stuff.
     
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  22. Deadshort480

    Deadshort480 We're here to fuck shit up.

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    Rotation is best. Since I received my Recycler hydratube from Gordo Scientific I haven't used much else for flowers with the EVO. I usually have two rigs out for oils, a larger piece and a mini. They get changed out every day or two. I have a random rotation though. I just use whatever catches my fancy that day.
     
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  23. EveryDayAmnesiac

    EveryDayAmnesiac Well-Known Member

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    I know it ain't much, but... it gets me through the day. :ko:

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    PNWT, SSFG Gridded Inline, SSFG Small Flower Recycler, SSFG Travel Beaker, and VXL Prototype Hydracirc (don't know what else to call it!) given to me by @stonemonkey55 during his personal contest to guess the name of the new VXL Product.

    Still like that name, "Nimbus." :)
     
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  24. blankrider

    blankrider Well-Known Member

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    It is my birthday tomorrow and I plan on getting really really high. Like the moon better watch out.
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    I even got out my combustion pieces but probably won't use them
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  25. Deadshort480

    Deadshort480 We're here to fuck shit up.

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    A couple pieces not in the shot. [​IMG]
     

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