Knipex TubiX Pipe Cutter with Deburring Tool


Knipex Tubix Cutters: What are they?

The Knipex Tubix Cutters are made from high quality materials. They have been designed and manufactured by skilled craftsmen in Germany. These cutting tools have been tested extensively to ensure their durability and safety. The knipex tubix cutter is a great tool for cleaning up your pipes, bowls or other smoking accessories. You can use it to remove any bits of ash, wax or other debris that may be stuck inside your pipes.

What’s so special about these tools?

These tubix cutters are made from stainless steel, which makes them strong enough to handle the heat generated during the de-burring process. Also, they are extremely durable and will not rust over time. The blades themselves are sharpened to a razor edge for easy cutting and removal of tobacco. The handles are made of black plastic and are ergonomically shaped to fit comfortably in your hand.

How do I use it?

You simply place the tool into the bowl, and then hold it against the wall until you hear a satisfying pop sound. Then, pull out the tool slowly using only one finger at a time. After removing all traces of tobacco from your pipes, you can easily clean them again with these tools!

Do I need to buy more than one?

While one tubix cutter could be all you need for your smoking tools, you may find that having two on hand will save you time and effort. This is because the first tool can be used again after being cleaned while the other is being used. You may even want to use a larger tool for your water pipes and bongs and a smaller one for your hand-held pipes and bubblers.

How much do they cost?

We offer these cutting tools at an affordably low price. A pair of these tubix cutters costs less than $20, which is a steal when you consider how much use you will get out of them! In fact, you may even want to buy a few pairs for your friends and family who are all avid smokers. Spread the good word about our website and save them time, money, and effort.

What are the main advantages?

These cutters are very easy to use and will not cause you any frustration. They are made from durable materials and can last for years. They are specifically designed to remove excess debris from your smoking tools without causing any bending or warping of the metal. Whether you are a casual smoker or have several water pipes, bubblers and bowls, you will find these tools to come in very handy.

What are the main disadvantages?

While these tools can easily save you loads of time and money, they can only be used for certain pipes. Glass, metal and wooden smoking tools all work with this cutter. On the other hand, acrylic smoking tools cannot be used with this product.

What do I get?

If you decide to buy a pair of these tubix cutters, you will get a pair of high quality, durable metal cutting tools. These tools can be used to quickly and easily remove excess debris from your hand pipes, water pipes, bubblers and bowls. While these tools are very easy to use on acrylic smoking utensils, they are not suitable for glass or wooden ones.

Color

These tubix cutting tools are black in color on both the blade and handle. The blade itself is made of ultra-sharp stainless steel that is perfect for cutting and removing hardened ash, wax or other debris. On the other hand, the handle is made of plastic and is sized just right for your grip. The overall look of this product is sleek, clean and professional.

Additional information

These tubix cutters are sold as a pair. You will receive two complete tools in a single package. These tools are small enough to fit easily into your pocket or purse for easy transport. They can also be left out on a table since they do not take up much space at all.

How to use:

Cleaning your smoking utensils:

Make sure the pipe is cleaned out. Using the cutter, press down firmly on the mouthpiece of the pipe. Slowly slide the blade down to the other end of the pipe. This will cut off any excess ash or debris that may have built up inside of it.

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