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Discussion in 'The Brown Leaf' started by Mike H, Aug 1, 2019.
A Custombilt and a Savinelli 320 and a couple vintage tins.
Looks like @Price will be happy about the start date this month.
That's more like it.
Phil Morgan was in the restaurant again today, and brought me this hat.
The flour was my doing.
Quite a bit this month. Kramer’s blend for Cary Grant, LL BS-005, Capt Black Black Seas, and a new MM Rob Roy pipe.
Tin of Seattle Pipe Club Plum Pudding Reserve
Ken Byron Ventures Kick Start blend.
Morgan Pipes Tobacco Flapjack holder. cant find a single flaw on the thing.
Supposedly holds little over 3/4 ounce ribbon, double that for flake.
Not a flaw, but there is one thing about it that is holding me back.
If it lasts a lifetime it only costs 3.00 a year tops!
And you can’t lose it till you croak.
Your math is off for me....
2.00 a year?
That is nice but as others have said, a tad too expensive for me. I'm not hundred percent sold on them splashing the logo all over it, either. I've just this second been outsniped on a Baccyflap been after one for ages.
Is it easy enough to open? The Baccyflaps have a thread, I presume this is a "pull off" lid?
Same way I rationalize purchases!
It opens easily and as you surmised it is a press fit, though if you are a serial nail biter it would be a bit difficult. There is an o-ring that mates to a groove machined in the cover that locks the two halves together. It isn’t airtight so the tobacco will eventually dry out, but I cannot smell the tobacco when closed so I am confident it will maintain moisture for a significant length of time.
I was gunning for a Baccyflap as well, but at more than half the price of the Morgan one, I went for the Morgan one. Truth be told a plastic baggie will do the job just as well for a day’s worth of Toby.
That doesn’t mean I won’t get me a Baccyflap later on tho...
You are a wise, wise man.
Close to that