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5000 Beamer Premium Brass Pipe Screens 0.625" (5/8") Inch Size +

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Beamer Premium Brass Screens inside Beamer Bag + Limited Edition Beamer Smoke Sticker. These pipe screens are made of Mesh, which effectively allows freer flow of smoke and air through your pipe while keeping dirty ash from pulling through. Pipe screens prevent clogging and stop hot ash and embers from entering inner pipes, making smoking more enjoyable and cleaning a much easier task. Pipe screens are durable, so they can be cleaned and reused or can be replaced as needed to support maximum air and smoke flow. This product comes with a Limited Edition Beamer Smoke Sticker! Beamer products are backed by a name you can fully trust in the Smoking Industry Since 2010! BeamerÕs goal is very simple - Offer Extra Low Prices with Top Notch Service amp; Huge Variety. With customers in over 57 Countries, Beamer's Quality, Price, and Services speak for itself. Beamer specializes in Smoking Products amp; Accessories, such as Rolling Papers, Hookahs amp; Hookah Flavors, Rolling items and Accessories, Apparel, Smoking Storage, Smoke Eliminating items and much more! Beamer Smoke was born in a small basement in Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. in 2010 by hookah aficionado brothers. Never knowing where their success would lead, Beamer started with one hookah and one case of orange Zig Zags rolling papers. Now, Beamer is undeniably turning heads worldwide. Beamer's small business has continuously grown into what they are today; a multinational company known for outstanding, well built, functional products that are: in high demand, wanted and known worldwide. Beamer Smoke aims to design high-quality products at reasonable prices. Beamer Smoke has not only moved out of their basement but now have two factories in Detroit, Michigan U.S.A., all thanks to amazing customers like you! Beamer Smoke aims to please each and every customer individually and appreciates all their supporters. Check out all Beamer Smoke products today!

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