Tune In pipes – relax in style

All actiTube pipes are made of precious wood, which is neither varnished nor stained, and is treated only with vegetable oil. They are all made by hand in Germany, and are a pleasure to hold and behold.


From left to right: Pear tree wood, briar root, olive wood

What’s inside counts

Thanks to the actiTube activated carbon filter inside, all the Tune In pipes taste milder than conventional one-hitter pipes, since the smoke becomes cooler and feels less rough on the throat and lungs. That makes one-hit smoking easier, which helps some people to quit smoking tobacco.

Olive wood - the diva among the wood varieties

With its vivid grain, the slowly growing olive wood is not only appealing to look at, it’s also very hard and durable. The wood is very flame- (and ember-) resistant and adds a slightly nutty flavor. Due to its tendency to crack and its irregular growth pattern, the olive wood requires the most painstaking attention from our turner. 




Briar root – a tuber with tradition

Briar wood is also set apart by its excellent durability. It has a fine grain and a very neutral taste. This type of wood has been used to make high-quality tobacco pipes since the beginning of the 19th century. Our Tune In briar wood pipe has a hygienic, elegant acrylic mouthpiece and its timeless shape is reminiscent of the Bauhaus design style.




Pear tree wood – for students and scatterbrains

Compared with our other wood varieties, the pear wood can only trump the others with its incredibly neutral taste. Since the wood is not as tricky to work with as olive, or as rare and small as briar wood, it is available as our cheapest model. It’s also not a huge deal if this one ever goes missing at a festival.

Pfeife Birne