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Steve Bae—an up-and-coming industrial designer from Seoul, Korea—recently tackled a concept for a vaporizer pipe for Peterson of Dublin, which just celebrated its 150th anniversary in business. Bae’s concept fuses a traditional pipe smoking experience and iconic lines like those you’ll find in Sherlock Holmes’s deerstalker hunting cap with modern design and vaporizer technology. Because you hold it like a traditional pipe, the voltage control buttons were relocated into the bowl to make them easier to operate. Bae also designed the bowl with an LED indicator that makes swirls of light to mimic the traditional smoking experience. A new hygienic intake system uses a mouthpiece built into a drawer that slides out of the top. While it’s only a design mock up at this point, we’d be surprised if Peterson of Dublin didn’t reach out to produce it.
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Whether at home or on-the-go, when it comes to vaporizers, we want it all. We want to be able to use full flower or potent concentrates depending on the mood–and keep it smooth without any harsh smoke. We want multiple modes for unique combinations of flavor and vapor. We want an oven that’s as easy to clean as it is adjustable depending on the length of the session. Sounds impossible, right? It’s not with PAX Plus. In addition to packing all those features into one perfectly portable device, it’s also one the most sleek and stylish products that’s come out recently.