Sometimes I wonder about Werner Mummert, but then, I suspect that's just what he wants us to do. He wants us to scratch our heads, and he wants to push the boundaries of just what, exactly, we might expect a pipe to look like. And when you think about it, that's probably just what happened when the forest gourd Calabashes began to appear, way back in time immemorial. As such, it's only appropriate that he should go and use the reverse-Calabash concept to out-tubular even the Eltang Tubos, creating a great wide sandblasted cylinder of a pipe, tipped with a contrastingly slender saddle bit, and possessing what is easily one of the largest cooling/condensation chambers I've yet seen.
- Eric N. Squires