US20130167852A1 - Pipe System and Method of Use - Google Patents

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US20130167852A1
US20130167852A1 US13/657,860 US201213657860A US2013167852A1 US 20130167852 A1 US20130167852 A1 US 20130167852A1 US 201213657860 A US201213657860 A US 201213657860A US 2013167852 A1 US2013167852 A1 US 2013167852A1
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pipe system comprising a bowl aperture, a inhaling aperture and a carburetor aperture is disclosed. said pipe comprising a bowl assembly having a bowl and said bowl aperture. A body portion having said inhaling aperture and said carburetor aperture. A smokeable material in said bowl. A plug capable of covering said carburetor aperture. A fluid passage between said bowl aperture and said inhaling aperture. Said carburetor aperture breaks said fluid passage between said bowl aperture and said inhaling aperture. Said carburetor aperture is capable of opening and closing by applying and removing said plug.

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    BACKGROUND
  • This disclosure relates generally to a pipe system and method of use. In one embodiment, this disclosure relates to a pipe for various types of “smokes”. The term “smokes” herein is to be understood as applying to any smokeable material includes tobacco, herbs such as clove, or herbs for medicinal use, and/or similar materials. None of the above inventions and patents, taken either singularly or in combination, is seen to describe the instant disclosure as claimed. Accordingly, an improved pipe system and method of use would be advantageous.
  • SUMMARY
  • A pipe, a pipe lock and a method of using a pipe system are disclosed. A pipe system comprising a bowl aperture, a inhaling aperture and a carburetor aperture is disclosed. said pipe comprising a bowl assembly having a bowl and said bowl aperture. A body portion having said inhaling aperture and said carburetor aperture. A smokeable material in said bowl. A plug capable of covering said carburetor aperture. A fluid passage between said bowl aperture and said inhaling aperture. Said carburetor aperture breaks said fluid passage between said bowl aperture and said inhaling aperture. Said carburetor aperture is capable of opening and closing by applying and removing said plug.
  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
  • FIGS. 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E and 1F illustrate a pipe.
  • FIGS. 1A and 1B illustrate a first and second perspective front view of said pipe.
  • FIGS. 1C, 1D, 1E and 1F illustrate an elevated first side view, front view, second side view, and top view of said pipe.
  • FIGS. 2A, 2B and 2C illustrate an elevated first side view and two front side views of said pipe.
  • FIG. 2B illustrates said carburetor aperture open and no draw on said inhaling aperture.
  • FIG. 2C illustrates said pipe with a draw on said inhaling aperture.
  • FIG. 3 illustrates an exploded perspective overview of said pipe.
  • FIGS. 4A, 4B, 4C and 4D illustrate a perspective overview, a perspective cross section overview, an elevated front view and an elevated top side view of said bowl cap.
  • FIGS. 5A, 5B, 5C and 5D illustrate a perspective overview, a perspective cross section overview, an elevated front view and an elevated top side view of said bowl.
  • FIGS. 6A, 6B, 6C, 6D and 6E illustrate a perspective overview, a perspective cross section overview, an elevated front view, an elevated first end view and an elevated top side view of said outer cylinder.
  • FIGS. 7A, 7B, 7C, 7D, 7E and 7F illustrate two perspective overviews, a perspective cross section overview, an elevated first end view, an elevated front view and an elevated second end view of said bottle.
  • FIGS. 8A, 8B, 8C, 8D, 8E and 8F illustrate two perspective overviews, a perspective cross section overview, an elevated first end view, an elevated front view and an elevated second end view of said mouthpiece.
  • FIGS. 9A and 9B illustrate an exploded cross-section perspective and an exploded cross-section elevated view of said pipe.
  • FIGS. 10A, 10B and 10C illustrate three elevated cross-section views of said pipe.
  • FIG. 10A illustrates the fluid sealed points within pipe.
  • FIG. 10B illustrates a first fluid passage within said pipe.
  • FIG. 10C illustrates a second fluid passage within said pipe.
  • FIG. 11 illustrates a perspective overview of a cross-section of said pipe and said smokeable material, a first screen, and a stored portion of said smokeable material with one or more bottle screens.
  • FIG. 12 illustrates a perspective cross-section overview of a bottle.
  • FIGS. 13A and 13B illustrate a perspective detailed view of a portion of said mouthpiece and an elevated view of said mouthpiece inserted into a portion of said outer cylinder; all views being of a cross-section of said members.
  • FIGS. 14A, 14B and 14C illustrate a cross-section perspective overview of a second configuration pipe; a cross-section elevated front view of said second configuration pipe; and a cross-section perspective overview of said second configuration pipe with said smokeable material, said first screen and said first screen.
  • FIGS. 15A, 15B and 15C illustrate a cross-section perspective overview of a third configuration pipe; a cross-section elevated front view of said third configuration pipe; and a cross-section perspective overview of said third configuration pipe with said smokeable material and said first screen.
  • FIGS. 16A, 16B and 16C illustrate a cross-section perspective overview of a fourth configuration pipe; a cross-section elevated front view of said fourth configuration pipe; and a cross-section perspective overview of said fourth configuration pipe with said smokeable material and said first screen.
  • FIGS. 17A, 17B, 17C and 17D illustrate a perspective overview, an elevated bottom view, and two elevated front views of a locking system.
  • FIGS. 17A-17C illustrate said locking system in an open-configuration.
  • FIG. 17D illustrates said locking system in a closed-configuration.
  • FIG. 18 illustrates a perspective front view of said locking system locking around said pipe, where said pipe is in a cross section view.
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  • Described herein is a pipe system and method of use. The following description is presented to enable any person skilled in the art to make and use the invention as claimed and is provided in the context of the particular examples discussed below, variations of which will be readily apparent to those skilled in the art. In the interest of clarity, not all features of an actual implementation are described in this specification. It will be appreciated that in the development of any such actual implementation (as in any development project), design decisions must be made to achieve the designers' specific goals (e.g., compliance with system- and business-related constraints), and that these goals will vary from one implementation to another. It will also be appreciated that such development effort might be complex and time-consuming, but would nevertheless be a routine undertaking for those of ordinary skill in the field of the appropriate art having the benefit of this disclosure. Accordingly, the claims appended hereto are not intended to be limited by the disclosed embodiments, but are to be accorded their widest scope consistent with the principles and features disclosed herein.
  • FIGS. 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E and 1F illustrate a pipe 100. FIGS. 1A and 1B illustrate a first and second perspective front view of said pipe 100. FIGS. 1C, 1D, 1E and 1F illustrate an elevated first side view, front view, second side view, and top view of said pipe 100.
  • In one embodiment, said pipe 100 can comprise a bowl assembly 102, a body portion 104 and a mouthpiece 106. In one embodiment, said pipe 100 can be used for smoking a smokeable material 201 (not illustrated here). In one embodiment, said smokeable material 201 can comprise tobacco, herbs such as clove, and/or herbs for medicinal use. In one embodiment, some places in the world said smokeable material 201 can legally comprise herbs such as cannabis.
  • In one embodiment, said pipe 100 can comprise a top side 108 a, a bottom side 108 b, a first side 110 a, a second side 110 b, a first end 112 a and a second end 112 b. In one embodiment, said bowl assembly 102 can attach to said pipe 100 proximate to said first end 112 a and said mouthpiece 106 can attach to said pipe 100 proximate to said second end 112 b. In one embodiment, said bowl assembly 102 can attach to 9 said top side 108 a and said mouthpiece 106 can attach to said second end 112 b.
  • FIGS. 2A, 2B and 2C illustrate an elevated first side view and two front side views of said pipe 100. In one embodiment, said pipe 100 can comprise a bowl aperture 202, an inhaling aperture 204 and a carburetor aperture 206.
  • In one embodiment, a portion of said smokeable material 201 can be inserted into said bowl assembly 102 and set into a controlled flame in order to provide a smoke 208 for a user of said pipe 100. In one embodiment, said user of said pipe 100 can use said mouthpiece 106 to draw a portion of said smoke 208 from said smokeable material 201 through said pipe 100 and said mouthpiece 106.
  • FIG. 2B illustrates said carburetor aperture 206 open and no draw on said inhaling aperture 204. FIG. 2C illustrates said pipe 100 with a draw on said inhaling aperture 204. In one embodiment, said carburetor aperture 206 can be opened and closed by placing and/or removing a plug (such as a finger of said user) over said carburetor aperture 206. In one embodiment, the term “draw” can mean that said user of said pipe 100 has placed his lips on said inhaling aperture 204 and inhaled to create suction on said inhaling aperture 204.
  • In one embodiment, drawing on said inhaling aperture 204 can draw said smoke 208 to said inhaling aperture 204 (as is well-known in the art). In one embodiment, said pipe 100 does not comprise said carburetor aperture 206.
  • In one embodiment, a portion of said bottom side 108 b can comprise a flat portion 212.
  • In one embodiment, said portion of said bottom side 108 b can comprise a portion of said body portion 104. In one embodiment, said flat portion 212 can allow said pipe 100 to sit on a substantially flat surface without rolling off of said substantially flat surface. In one embodiment, said body portion 104 can comprise a substantially cylindrical shape comprising a rounded exterior except at said flat portion 212 as illustrated. In one embodiment, said flat portion 212 can comprise an angle 214. In one embodiment, said angle 214 can be substantially horizontal.
  • FIG. 3 illustrates an exploded perspective overview of said pipe 100. In one embodiment, said pipe 100 can comprise a bowl cap 302, a bowl 304, an outer cylinder 306, a bottle 308 and a mouthpiece 310. In one embodiment, said bowl assembly 102 can comprise said bowl cap 302 and said bowl 304. In one embodiment, said body portion 104 can comprise said outer cylinder 306. In one embodiment, said bowl cap 302 can attach to said bowl 304 to form said bowl assembly 102. In one embodiment, said pipe 100 can comprise said bowl assembly 102 said bottle 308 and said mouthpiece 310 (as discussed infra) In one embodiment, said pipe 100 can comprise said mouthpiece 310 and said bowl assembly 102 (as discussed infra)
  • FIGS. 4A, 4B, 4C and 4D illustrate a perspective overview, a perspective cross section overview, an elevated front view and an elevated top side view of said bowl cap 302. In one embodiment, said bowl cap 302 can comprise a substantially cylindrical member comprising a sidewall 402, a top portion 404, a first end aperture 406 a, a second end aperture 406 b and a gasket 408. In one embodiment, said bowl cap 302 can comprise a top end 410 a and a bottom end 410 b. In one embodiment, said first end aperture 406 a can comprise a hole in said top end 410 a of said bowl cap 302. In one embodiment, said bottom end 410 b can comprise a substantially open portion of said bowl cap 302 capable of receiving a portion of said bowl 304. In one embodiment, said gasket 408 can comprise a sealing apparatus used to close off a fluid passage between said sidewall 402 and said bowl 304 (as discussed infra). In one embodiment, said bowl cap 302 can comprise a lip 412 about said top end 410 a. In one embodiment, said lip 412 can be used to grip said bowl cap 302 when dislodging it from said pipe 100. In one embodiment, said second end aperture 406 b of said bowl cap 302 can comprise an internal diameter 414. In one embodiment, said bowl cap 302 can comprise a fluid passage 416 between said first end aperture 406 a and said second end aperture 406 b.
  • FIGS. 5A, 5B, 5C and 5D illustrate a perspective overview, a perspective cross section overview, an elevated front view and an elevated top side view of said bowl 304. In one embodiment, said bowl 304 can comprise an upper portion 502 and a lower portion 504. In one embodiment, said lower portion 504 can comprise an external threading 506. In one embodiment, said bowl 304 can comprise a top end 508 a and a bottom end 508 b. In one embodiment, said bowl 304 can comprise a first aperture 510 a and a second aperture 510 b. In one embodiment, said first aperture 510 a can be in said top end 508 a, and said second aperture 510 b can be in said bottom end 508 b. In one embodiment, said bowl 304 can comprise a fluid passage 511 through said bowl 304. In one embodiment, said fluid passage 511 can lead from said first aperture 510 a to said second aperture 510 b. In one embodiment, said portion of said fluid passage can comprise a chamber 512. In one embodiment, said chamber 512 can hold said smokeable material 201 while it is being smoked. In one embodiment, said chamber 512 can comprise a first diameter 514 a and said second aperture 510 b can comprise a second diameter 514 b. In one embodiment, said first diameter 514 a can be greater than said second diameter 514 b. Thus, said fluid passage 511 can narrow as between said first aperture 510 a and said second aperture 510 b. In one embodiment, said upper portion 502 can comprise an external diameter 516 a. In one embodiment, said lower portion 504 can comprise an external diameter 516 b.
  • FIGS. 6A, 6B, 6C, 6D and 6E illustrate a perspective overview, a perspective cross section overview, an elevated front view, an elevated first end view and an elevated top side view of said outer cylinder 306. In one embodiment, said outer cylinder 306 can comprise a first end 602 a and a second end 602 b. In one embodiment, said outer cylinder 306 can comprise a first end aperture 604 a in said first end 602 a, a second end aperture 604 b in said second end 602 b, and a bowl socket 606. In one embodiment, said first end aperture 604 a can comprise said carburetor aperture 206 of said pipe 100 (when said pipe 100 is at least partially assembled). In one embodiment, said first end aperture 604 a can comprise a first diameter 608 a. In one embodiment, said second end aperture 604 b can comprise a second diameter 608 b. In one embodiment, said outer cylinder 306 can comprise a length 610.
  • In one embodiment, said outer cylinder 306 can comprise an internal fluid passage 612. In one embodiment, said internal fluid passage 612 can comprise three openings; namely, said first end aperture 604 a, said second end aperture 604 b and said bowl socket 606.
  • In one embodiment, said bowl socket 606 can comprise an internal diameter 614. In one embodiment, said bowl socket 606 can comprise an internal threading 616.
  • FIGS. 7A, 7B, 7C, 7D, 7E and 7F illustrate two perspective overviews, a perspective cross section overview, an elevated first end view, an elevated front view and an elevated second end view of said bottle 308. In one embodiment, said bottle 308 can comprise a first end 702 a and a second end 702 b. In one embodiment, said bottle 308 can comprise a first end aperture 704 a in said first end 702 a and a second end aperture 704 b in said second end 702 b. In one embodiment, said first end aperture 704 a can comprise a first diameter 708 a. In one embodiment, said second end aperture 704 b can comprise a second diameter 708 b. In one embodiment, said bottle 308 can comprise a length 710. In one embodiment, said bottle 308 can comprise a fluid passage 712 between said first end aperture 704 a and said second end aperture 704 b. In one embodiment, said bottle 308 can comprise an external diameter 714. In one embodiment, said first end aperture 704 a can comprise an internal threading 714.
  • FIGS. 8A, 8B, 8C, 8D, 8E and 8F illustrate two perspective overviews, a perspective cross section overview, an elevated first end view, an elevated front view and an elevated second end view of said mouthpiece 310. In one embodiment, said bottle 308 can comprise a first end 802 a and a second end 802 b. In one embodiment, said bottle 308 can comprise a first end aperture 804 a in said first end 802 a and a second end aperture 804 b in said second end 802 b. In one embodiment, said first end aperture 804 a can comprise an internal threading 806. In one embodiment, said first end aperture 804 a can comprise a first diameter 808 a. In one embodiment, said second end aperture 804 b can comprise a second diameter 808 b. In one embodiment, said bottle 308 can comprise a length 810. In one embodiment, said mouthpiece 310 can comprise a first portion 811 a having a first length 812 a, and a second portion 811 b having a second length 812 b. In one embodiment, said mouthpiece 310 can comprise a first gasket 814 a and a second gasket 814 b. In one embodiment, said first gasket 814 a and said second gasket 814 b can be referred to as a mouthpiece gaskets. In one embodiment, said mouthpiece gaskets can wrap around said mouthpiece 310 at one or more locations. In one embodiment, said first gasket 814 a can wrap around said first portion 811 a and said second gasket 814 b can wrap around said second portion 811 b. In one embodiment, said first portion 811 a can comprise an external diameter 816 a; and a portion of said second portion 811 b can comprise an external diameter 816 b. In one embodiment, said second end aperture 804 b can comprise a bit or mouthpiece for said pipe 100. In one embodiment, said second end aperture 804 b can comprise said inhaling aperture 204 of said pipe 100. In one embodiment, said mouthpiece 310 can comprise a fluid passage 818 between said first end aperture 804 a and said second end aperture 804 b.
  • FIGS. 9A and 9B illustrate an exploded cross-section perspective and an exploded cross-section elevated view of said pipe 100. In one embodiment, assembling said pipe 100 can comprise: sliding said first end 802 a of said mouthpiece 310 into said second end aperture 704 b of said bottle 308; sliding said first end 702 a of said bottle 308 into said second end aperture 604 b of said outer cylinder 306; attaching said lower portion 504 of said bowl 304 to said bowl socket 606 of said outer cylinder 306; sliding said second end aperture 406 b over said upper portion 502. In one embodiment, attaching said bowl 304 to said outer cylinder 306 can comprise screwing said external threading 506 of said lower portion 504 into said internal threading 616 of said bowl socket 606.
  • In one embodiment, said internal diameter 414 of said bowl cap 302 can be greater than or equal to said external diameter 516 a of said bowl 304. In one embodiment, said external diameter 516 b can be less than or equal to said internal diameter 614. In one embodiment, said second diameter 608 b of said outer cylinder 306 can be greater than or equal to said external diameter 714 of said bottle 308. In one embodiment, said second diameter 708 b of said bottle 308 can be greater than or equal to said external diameter 816 a of said mouthpiece 310.
  • FIGS. 10A, 10B and 10C illustrate three elevated cross-section views of said pipe 100.
  • FIG. 10A illustrates the fluid sealed points within pipe 100. In one embodiment, a first fluid seal 1002 can be formed between said bowl cap 302 and said bowl 304 by pressing said gasket 408 between said sidewall 402 and said upper portion 502, as illustrated. In one embodiment, a second fluid seal 1004 can formed between said bowl assembly 102 and said outer cylinder 306 by screwing said external threading 506 of said lower portion 504 into said internal threading 616 of said bowl socket 606. In one embodiment, a third fluid seal 1006 can be formed between said bottle 308 and said mouthpiece 310 by pressing said first gasket 814 a between said first portion 811 a of said mouthpiece 310 and said second end aperture 704 b of said bottle 308. In one embodiment, a fourth fluid seal 1008 can be formed between said mouthpiece 310 and said outer cylinder 306 by pressing said second gasket 814 b between said second end aperture 604 b of said outer cylinder 306 and a portion of said second portion 811 b of said mouthpiece 310. Accordingly, when said pipe 100 is assembled, three fluid openings remain at said bowl aperture 202, said inhaling aperture 204 and said carburetor aperture 206.
  • FIG. 10B illustrates a first fluid passage 1010 within said pipe 100. In one embodiment, said first fluid passage 1010 can be created by locking carburetor aperture 206 with a plug 1012 (such as a finger of said user). In one embodiment, said first fluid passage 1010 can comprise drawing air and said smoke 208 through said chamber 512 of said bowl assembly 102, said internal fluid passage 612 of said outer cylinder 306, said fluid passage 712 of said bottle 308, said fluid passage 818 of said mouthpiece 310, and through of said inhaling aperture 204 in said mouthpiece 310. In one embodiment, said internal fluid passage 612 can be recessed as between said carburetor aperture 206 and said bottle 308 in order to allow a passage between said bowl aperture 202, said carburetor aperture 206 and said first end aperture 704 a.
  • FIG. 10C illustrates a second fluid passage 1014 within said pipe 100. In one embodiment, said second fluid passage 1014 can comprise drawing smoke through said bowl assembly 102 and air in through said carburetor aperture 206 substantially simultaneously. In so doing, said pipe 100 can be used to regulate an amount of said smoke 208 drawn through mouthpiece 310. In one embodiment, said second fluid passage 1014 can comprise drawing air and said smoke 208 through said chamber 512 of said bowl assembly 102, said internal fluid passage 612 of said outer cylinder 306, said fluid passage 712 of said bottle 308, said fluid passage 818 of said mouthpiece 310, and through of said inhaling aperture 204 in said mouthpiece 310; wherein, air is also drawn in through said carburetor aperture 206 whilst it can be drawn in through said bowl aperture 202.
  • FIG. 11 illustrates a perspective overview of a cross-section of said pipe 100 and said smokeable material 201, a first screen 1102, and a stored portion 1104 of said smokeable material 201 with one or more bottle screens. In one embodiment, said one or more bottle screens can comprise a first screen 1106 a and a second screen 1106 b. In one embodiment, said smokeable material 201 can be held in said bowl 304 on said first screen 1102 as is known in the art. In one embodiment, holding said stored portion 1104 of said smokeable material 201 in said bottle 308 can allow said smoke 208 to resonate within said stored portion 1104 before consumption at said inhaling aperture 204. Thus, in one embodiment, said fluid passage 712 can comprise a resonating chamber for said smoke 208. In one embodiment, resonating said smoke 208 can improve the quality of said smoke 208 at the point of said inhaling aperture 204. In one embodiment, said stored portion 1104 is held within said fluid passage 712 as between said one or more bottle screens (for example said first screen 1106 a and said second screen 1106 b). In one embodiment, said one or more bottle screens and said first screen 1102 can be round and substantially fill the space in which they are placed. In one embodiment, said stored portion 1104 of said smokeable material 201 is not lighted as is said smokeable material 201 in said bowl 304.
  • FIG. 12 illustrates a perspective cross-section overview of a bottle 1200. In one embodiment, said bottle 1200 can comprise said bottle 308, said mouthpiece 310 and one or more caps. In one embodiment, said bottle 1200 can be used to hold said smokeable material 201 when not in use. In one embodiment, a portion of said pipe 100 can be removed and used as said bottle 1200. In one embodiment, said one or more caps can comprise a first cap 1202 a and a second cap 1202 b. In one embodiment, said one or more caps can comprise an external threading capable of screwing into an internal threading as is found in said bottle 308 (at said internal threading 714) and said mouthpiece 310 (at said internal threading 806). In one embodiment, a piece of moist clay can be held in said bottle 1200 to act as a humidor for said stored portion 1104 of said smokeable material 201.
  • FIGS. 13A and 13B illustrate a perspective detailed view of a portion of said mouthpiece 310 and an elevated view of said mouthpiece 310 inserted into a portion of said outer cylinder 306; all views being of a cross-section of said members. In one embodiment, said mouthpiece 310 can comprise a bevel 1302 about an external portion of said second portion 811 b of said mouthpiece 310. In one embodiment, said bevel 1302 can keep said mouthpiece 310 from recessing too far into said outer cylinder 306.
  • FIGS. 14A, 14B and 14C illustrate a cross-section perspective overview of a second configuration pipe 1400; a cross-section elevated front view of said second configuration pipe 1400; and a cross-section perspective overview of said second configuration pipe 1400 with said smokeable material 201, said first screen 1102 and said first screen 1106 a. In one embodiment, said second configuration pipe 1400 can comprise a variation on said pipe 100 comprising no use of said outer cylinder 306 and the additional use of a second bowl 1402. In one embodiment, said second configuration pipe 1400 does not comprise said carburetor aperture 206; instead, said second configuration pipe 1400 comprises said bowl aperture 202 and said inhaling aperture 204 with a fluid passage 1404 between. In one embodiment, said second configuration pipe 1400 can comprise attaching said bowl assembly 102 to said bottle 308 and said bottle 308 to said mouthpiece 310. In one embodiment, said second bowl 1402 can attach to said mouthpiece 310 and said second bowl 1402 can slide inside of said bottle 308. In one embodiment, said first screen 1106 a can be used between said second bowl 1402 and said bowl assembly 102 (within said bottle 308).
  • FIGS. 15A, 15B and 15C illustrate a cross-section perspective overview of a third configuration pipe 1500; a cross-section elevated front view of said third configuration pipe 1500; and a cross-section perspective overview of said third configuration pipe 1500 with said smokeable material 201 and said first screen 1102. In one embodiment, said third configuration pipe 1500 can comprise a variation on said second configuration pipe 140 comprising no use of said outer cylinder 306 or said bottle 308. In one embodiment, said third configuration pipe 1500 does not comprise said carburetor aperture 206; instead, said third configuration pipe 1500 comprises said bowl aperture 202 and said inhaling aperture 204 with a fluid passage 1504 between. In one embodiment, said third configuration pipe 1500 can comprise attaching said bowl assembly 102 to said mouthpiece 310.
  • FIGS. 16A, 16B and 16C illustrate a cross-section perspective overview of a fourth configuration pipe 1600; a cross-section elevated front view of said fourth configuration pipe 1600; and a cross-section perspective overview of said fourth configuration pipe 1600 with said smokeable material 201 and said first screen 1102. In one embodiment, said fourth configuration pipe 1600 can comprise a variation on said pipe 100 comprising no use of said bottle 308 or said mouthpiece 310. In one embodiment, said fourth configuration pipe 1600 can comprise a fluid passage 1604 between said bowl aperture 202, said inhaling aperture 204 and said carburetor aperture 206. In one embodiment, building said fourth configuration pipe 1600 from the parts of said pipe 100 can comprise removing said bottle 308 and said mouthpiece 310. In one embodiment, said fourth configuration pipe 1600 can be used by placing a user's mouth across said second end aperture 604 b of said outer cylinder 306 (that is said inhaling aperture 204 of said fourth configuration pipe 1600). Thus, in one embodiment, said pipe 100 can be used as both said bottle 1200 and said fourth configuration pipe 1600 at the same time.
  • FIGS. 17A, 17B, 17C and 17D illustrate a perspective overview, an elevated bottom view, and two elevated front views of a locking system 1700. FIGS. 17A-17C illustrate said locking system 1700 in an open-configuration. FIG. 17D illustrates said locking system 1700 in a closed-configuration. In one embodiment, said locking system 1700 can comprise a first arm 1702, a second arm 1704, a lock 1706 and a key 1708. In one embodiment, said first arm 1702 can comprise a plurality of teeth 1710. In one embodiment, said first arm 1702 can move in and out relative to said lock 1706. In one embodiment, said plurality of teeth 1710 can be locked into one of a plurality of positions according to the location of said plurality of teeth 1710 relative to said lock 1706. In one embodiment, said lock 1706 is able to lock onto one of said plurality of teeth 1710 by rotating said key 1708 in said lock 1706 to hold said plurality of teeth 1710 in place relative to said lock 1706. Thus, in one embodiment, said locking system 1700 can be locked in a variety of positions.
  • FIG. 18 illustrates a perspective front view of said locking system 1700 locking around said pipe 100, where said pipe 100 is in a cross section view. In one embodiment, said first arm 1702 can be inserted into said carburetor aperture 206 and said second arm 1704 can be inserted into said inhaling aperture 204; wherein, said locking system 1700 can be used to hold said pipe 100 closed by locking said locking system 1700 so as to prevent said pipe 100 from being dismantled.
  • Various changes in the details of the illustrated operational methods are possible without departing from the scope of the following claims. Some embodiments may combine the activities described herein as being separate steps. Similarly, one or more of the described steps may be omitted, depending upon the specific operational environment the method is being implemented in. It is to be understood that the above description is intended to be illustrative, and not restrictive. For example, the above-described embodiments may be used in combination with each other. Many other embodiments will be apparent to those of skill in the art upon reviewing the above description. The scope of the invention should, therefore, be determined with reference to the appended claims, along with the full scope of equivalents to which such claims are entitled. In the appended claims, the terms “including” and “in which” are used as the plain-English equivalents of the respective terms “comprising” and “wherein.”

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1. A pipe system comprising:
a bowl aperture, a inhaling aperture and a carburetor aperture;
a bowl assembly having a bowl and said bowl aperture;
a body portion having said inhaling aperture and said carburetor aperture;
a smokeable material in said bowl; and
a plug capable of covering said carburetor aperture;
a fluid passage between said bowl aperture and said inhaling aperture; wherein,
said carburetor aperture breaks said fluid passage between said bowl aperture and said inhaling aperture; and
said carburetor aperture is capable of opening and closing by applying and removing said plug.
2. The pipe system of claim 1 wherein,
said bowl assembly comprises said bowl and said bowl aperture;
said body portion comprises an outer cylinder having a first end aperture, a second end aperture and a bowl socket;
said first end aperture comprises said carburetor aperture;
said second end aperture comprises said inhaling aperture;
said bowl assembly attaches to said outer cylinder at said bowl socket; and
said bowl holds said smokeable material.
3. The pipe system of claim 2 wherein,
said bowl assembly comprises said bowl, a bowl cap and said bowl aperture;
said bowl cap slides over said bowl and holds said smokeable material within said bowl;
said bowl cap comprises a first end aperture and a second end aperture;
said bowl aperture comprises said first end aperture; and
said second end aperture is capable of sliding over a portion of said bowl.
4. The pipe system of claim 3 wherein,
said bowl cap further comprises a gasket, a sidewall, and a top portion;
said gasket is affixed along an interior portion of said sidewall;
said top portion comprises said first end aperture;
said bowl cap comprises an internal diameter;
said bowl comprises an external diameter; and
said bowl cap is capable of sliding around said bowl and said gasket is capable of holding a fluid seal between said bowl cap and said bowl.
5. The pipe system of claim 2 wherein,
said outer cylinder comprises a flat portion on a bottom side of said outer cylinder.
6. The pipe system of claim 2 further comprising
a bottle and a mouthpiece;
said bottle is capable of receiving a portion of said mouthpiece;
said bottle is capable of sliding within said outer cylinder; and
a fluid passage between said bowl aperture and said inhaling aperture passes through said bowl assembly, a portion of said outer cylinder, said bottle and said mouthpiece.
7. The pipe system of claim 6 wherein,
said bottle is capable of holding a stored portion of said smokeable material;
said pipe generates a smoke when said smokeable material in said bowl assembly is lighted;
said smoke passes through said stored portion in said bottle before reaching said stored portion; and
said smoke is capable of resonating in said bottle before being inhaled by a user of said pipe.
8. A pipe lock comprising:
a first arm and a second arm;
a lock;
said first arm moves relative to said lock and said second arm;
said first arm comprises a plurality of teeth;
said lock is capable of locking onto one or more of said plurality of teeth in order to hold said second arm and said first arm in a relative position;
said first arm and said second arm are capable of locking around a pipe and preventing said pipe from being opened;
said pipe comprises a bottle;
locking said first arm and said second arm of said lock around said pipe prevents said bottle from being removed from said pipe.
9. A method of using a pipe system comprising:
passing a smoke from a smokeable material through a fluid passage between a bowl aperture and a inhaling aperture of a pipe; and
resonating said smoke in a stored portion of said smokeable material in a bottle between said bowl aperture and said inhaling aperture.
10. The method of using a pipe system of claim 9 further comprising:
opening and closing a carburetor aperture between said bowl aperture and said inhaling aperture to regulate said smoke.
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