1 pack Zodiac Aquarius cabochon bowl saver(save-a-bowl) for smoking pipes

$5.50

ARE YOU OF AGE 18 OR OLDER.Copy and paste to see Youtube demo:
http://youtu.be/bhcEW8UVcPw

***Notice - YOU MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER TO PURCHASE! ***

***Notice - PIPE NOT INCLUDED! This listing is for the sale of: as shown in picture.***

New 25mm Aquarius Zodiac cabochon, New stretchier Silicone.

Package #1 pipe plugs can be added to the listing at a discounted rate:

Pipe Clean Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVIfOWNyuqA

Rig Clean Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6xi_HClrNo
Sizes

Package #1
Pipe, Bubbler, Sherlock Package Includes:
2 x 9mm - 12 mm
2 x 5mm - 8mm
2 x 1mm - 7mm
2 x 3mm - 6mm
1 x 3mm - 6mm plus stem(black)
1 x 5mm - 9mm plus stem(red)



The Save-A-Bowl is a Non-Toxic heat resistant band that provides valuable protection to the unconsumed tobacco or legal herb left in your metal, wooden, Cobb, or glass pipe.

Whether you're on the go or just looking to conserve - this product has you covered!

Each Save-A-Bowl design was created and molded by us and can be purchased on our website for the same price.

Sizes -

Cabochon band:
- Circumferences between 4.6 inches - 7.9 inches
- Bowl diameter up to 25 mm( 1 inch)
- Fits about 80% of the most common pipe sizes and styles. Designed specifically for
medium sized pipes that fit in a pocket, hand bag, back pack etc. but fits many sizes
including a number of Sherlock's , Gandalf's, and doughnuts.

1)To measure take a piece of string, shoelace ,yarn etc and hold one of it's ends to the bottom of the pipe(the bowl side, not the mouth side) with one of your thumbs.
2)Take your other hand and wrap the string around to the top of the bowl so that it crosses over the center of the section where you actually load the tobacco, and finish wrapping around the until you get back to the thumb holding the end of the string.
3) You should now have the string wrapped one time around the bowl creating a circle or oval type shape. The length from the begging of the string to the point you marked is the circumference. All you have to do is measure that length. For the most accuracy you should use thinner pieces of string and mark it with a marker or pen, stretch it out and then measure it.
4) If your measurement comes out to be between 4.6 inches and 7.9 inches the save-a-bowl should fit.

Copy and paste to see Youtube demo:
http://youtu.be/bhcEW8UVcPw

If you have any questions or concerns about the save-a-bowl fitting your pipe, please feel free to leave a message.

Customs-
Yes we do custom orders, but generally the minimum order if 500 pieces. Occasionally we will have a promotion where you may be able to purchase a smaller quantity of custom save-a-bowls. If you are an artist, shop, promoter, or just throwing a big party and are interested in a quantity of at least 100 pieces but 500 is to many for you, you can message us your email address and we will inform you should we ever have a promotion that fits what your looking for.

WARNING: YOU MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER TO PURCHASE THIS ITEM. BY CONTINUING ON WITH THIS TRANSACTION YOU ARE ACKNOWLEDGING THAT YOU HAVE READ THIS STATEMENT AND HAVE BEEN APPROPRIATELY INFORMED OF THE AGE RESTRICTIONS. FURTHERMORE, BY PROCEEDING TO THE CHECKOUT YOU ARE LEGALLY STATING THAT YOU

 

Disclaimer: Save-a-bowl products are made for use with tobacco pipes and are only intended to be used with tobacco and/or any other legal substances that such smoking pipes may accommodate. The legality of various substances differ from region to region, State to State, Territory to Territory etc. but in general 18 years of age is the limit on tobacco sales so you must be 18+ years old to order.

Aquarius Zodiac -

Aquarius is a constellation of the zodiac, situated between Capricornus and Pisces. Its name is Latin for "water-carrier" or "cup-carrier", and its symbol is Aquarius.svg , a representation of water. Aquarius is one of the oldest of the recognized constellations along the zodiac (the Sun's apparent path).[2] It was one of the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd century astronomer Ptolemy, and it remains one of the 88 modern constellations. It is found in a region often called the Sea due to its profusion of constellations with watery associations such as Cetus the whale, Pisces the fish, and Eridanus the river.[3]


Aquarius is identified as GU.LA "The Great One" in the Babylonian star catalogues and represents the god Ea himself, who is commonly depicted holding an overflowing vase. The Babylonian star-figure appears on entitlement stones and cylinder seals from the second millennium. It contained the winter solstice in the Early Bronze Age.[4] In Old Babylonian astronomy, Ea was the ruler of the southernmost quarter of the Sun's path, the "Way of Ea", corresponding to the period of 45 days on either side of winter solstice. Aquarius was also associated with the destructive floods that the Babylonians regularly experienced, and thus was negatively connoted.[3] In Ancient Egypt astronomy, Aquarius was associated with the annual flood of the Nile; the banks were said to flood when Aquarius put his jar into the river, beginning spring.[5]

In the Greek tradition, the constellation came to be represented simply as a single vase from which a stream poured down to Piscis Austrinus. The name in the Hindu zodiac is likewise kumbha "water-pitcher".[2]

In Greek mythology, Aquarius is sometimes associated with Deucalion, the son of Prometheus who built a ship with his wife Pyrrha to survive an imminent flood. They sailed for nine days before washing ashore on Mount Parnassus.[3][6] Aquarius is also sometimes identified with beautiful Ganymede, a youth in Greek mythology and the son of Trojan king Tros, who was taken to Mount Olympus by Zeus to act as cup-carrier to the gods.[7][8][6] Neighboring Aquila represents the eagle, under Zeus' command, that snatched the young boy;[9] some versions of the myth indicate that the eagle was in fact Zeus transformed. An alternative version of the tale recounts Ganymede's kidnapping by the goddess of the dawn, Eos, motivated by her affection for young men; Zeus then stole him from Eos and employed him as cup-bearer. Yet another figure associated with the water bearer is Cecrops I, a king of Athens who sacrificed water instead of wine to the gods.[6]

 

 

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