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There was a day when, if you saw an English-man smoking a pipe you could bet it was Falcon. Nowadays, Falcon with the hawk logo continues to be so famous with people starting to smoke pipes and with experts. In 1936 the American engineer Kenly Bugg invented the Falcon Pipe combing metal parts from aluminum and heather wood. He based his system in the basic principle that creates rain. To have this result Bugg used aluminum because its very light and more importantly it dissipates heat quickly. The pipe bowl is made from heather wood and is designed so it screws on the aluminum part of the pipe and creates a small bowl to collect liquid. In that way the humidity is guaranteed created during smoking is trapped allowing the smoke to pass free through the aluminum tube, to be cooled more and arrive at the smokers mouth as it becomes drier and cooler providing maximum enjoyment Since then million Falcon pipes were sold all over the world and production is continued in England. The Falcon system is consisted from different bowls and an abundance of parts for the smoker to create the best combination.