Stands & Pouches - Economy Folding Pipe Stand
A steal at twice the price.
These are inexpensive enough to buy in quantity, and you should. I have one in each of my bags and spares in a drawer. Unlike metal stands, these are much less likely to gouge, scratch, or otherwise harm briar. Very lightweight as well, and takes up next to no room when folded up. Capable of holding a surprisingly wide range of pipe sizes.
Stands & Pouches - Leather Pipe Stand
I was afraid they’d be cheesy and cheaply made, but they’re actually not bad at all. They cradle pipes nicely, feel pretty good, and are small enough to toss in a bag if you’re so inclined. I prefer these to metal or wood stands because there’s no chance of damaging a pipe with a leather stand.
Tampers & Tools - Tobacco Pipe Wind Cap
Cheap and cheerful.
Pretty useful. A bit chintzily made and needed the legs bent out slightly to fit my bowls, but does the job well.
Tampers & Tools - John Aylesbury Black Matte Pipe Tool
The one I received was similar to, but not identical to the one pictured. Seemed to be a different brand too. However, it’s a nice tool that feels good in hand. Tools spring out with an authoritative click and stay put until you fold them back in. Has a nice heft that makes it feel like a quality item.
Stands & Pouches - Erik Stokkebye 4th Generation 1 Pipe Combo Pouch Kenzo Black
Nice, soft leather. Holds a decent amount of tobacco, and is small enough to chuck in a messenger bag or purse. Looks and feels classy.
Lighters - Kiribi Mikazuki Black Matte
It’s a pretty good lighter. Feels substantial in the hand, fuel lasts for several days between refills. Works pretty much every time, but goes out easily in a breeze, which is typical for butane lighters.