1001 Hookah

Feb 24, 2014

Category: Gear

Like equipping a spear with an infrared laser sight, here’s an example of applying a cutting edge touch to a centuries old instrument. The 1001 is a hookah that combines sophisticated materials in a uniquely minimalistic design.

Anodized aluminum, polished brass, crystal clear glass and 3D printed parts all come together here to form a futuristic looking device that’s ready to let you inhale your favorite flavored tobaccos. The whole thing can be disassembled, and that comes in handy for trips to Grandma’s house. When Grandma spots it, mistakes it for a Bunsen burner, and demands she clean it up for you real nice, you’ll also be glad it comes apart. The 1001 will run you about $680, so maybe you and Granny can split the cost? [Purchase]

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