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Quiver Fabrications titanium “components” help you light, er, lighten up!

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Do you need to lighten up? Looking for the chillest titanium accessory to match your bike? Or just want to bring your recreational activities along for the ride without weighing yourself down? With the stigma (and potential legal issues) quickly fading away, Quiver Fabrications makes it easier than ever to up your 4:20 game while embracing the beauty and craftsmanship of titanium components…

Quiver Fabrications’ titanium travel water pipe

titanium travel bong

Even if you don’t partake, Quiver Fab’s The Summit titanium bong is still lust worthy. At $160 it’s their highest end product offering, but the design’s smooth interior prevents any harsh buzz. And you can choose the ti finish you want – dark brushed, light brushed or polished.

titanium travel bong

It comes with everything you need to use it, including a black silicone ring that you can use to strap it to the bike, and another to keep you from burning your fingers. Although we prefer the slightly flashier orange rings that’ll cost you an extra ten bucks. It comes with a no questions asked lifetime warranty, so dangle it from your saddle and enjoy the ride.

Safety Meeting titanium pocket pipe

titanium travel one-hitter pipe

If a water bong seems like overkill for your ride, you can get the more portable Safety Meeting. You still get Grade 1 titanium and a component that will last a lifetime, but in a smaller $65 package you can pop into a jersey pocket.

Our biggest beef about both of them? Quiver doesn’t list their weights. But, I guess we should just chill out, man…

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Sam
Sam
5 years ago

I know some Danglers that won’t be so pleased by this here dangler imposter.

Floatch
Floatch
5 years ago

Would someone like to explain to me what this has to do with bicycles? Yes, they’re made from titanium. Bicycles are sometimes made of titanium. What else is there?

nunya
nunya
5 years ago
Reply to  Floatch

Obviously you’re not a golfer.

Happy Gilmore
Happy Gilmore
5 years ago
Reply to  nunya

+1 @Nunya

Maus Haus
Maus Haus
5 years ago
Reply to  nunya

This aggression will not stand, man

AK_Ben
AK_Ben
5 years ago
Reply to  nunya

Hey man, there’s a beverage!

TheKaiser
TheKaiser
5 years ago
Reply to  Floatch

I guess it is all in how it is marketed by the manufacturer. It has a fitment for saddle rails (although that could easily be a fitment for a backpack clip or something), which makes it a bike accessory in the same way that pretty generic athletic socks, “hip” packs, sunglasses, etc…become cycling accessories once they are relabeled.

More importantly, I think we need to see some true product testing going on, with a proper head to head shootout with the Danglebong that UltraRomance was promoting. This Quiver model seems to have the edge in terms of water volume.

Mr Pinn
Mr Pinn
5 years ago
Reply to  Floatch

Vitamin G had been behind almost all of your favorite advancements in mountain biking and the creation of the sport itself. Show me a bike company with a drug testing policy and I’ll show you a bike company with shite products Brah.

TomM
TomM
5 years ago

I hope these guys don’t make bike parts. I definitely would not feel safe riding them.

Sevo
Sevo
5 years ago
Reply to  TomM

$20 days the majority of your mountain bike you Ride was designed by stoners Tommy.

JBikes
JBikes
5 years ago
Reply to  TomM

So you just sit at home and do nothing I assume.

Marc Smith
Marc Smith
5 years ago
Reply to  TomM

Would you feel better if the person was on painkillers or had a few beers for lunch ?

Steve @ Gears4Good
5 years ago

TOKERUMOR.COM

Eggs Benedict
Eggs Benedict
5 years ago

Wesley Pipes!

Shafty
Shafty
5 years ago
Reply to  Eggs Benedict

Don’t Google that at work…..

Eggs Benedict
Eggs Benedict
5 years ago
Reply to  Shafty

I was referencing Half Baked. But thanks for the warning.

quickgeezer
quickgeezer
5 years ago

I have no problem with weed; but I have a problem with getting high and riding, on the road or not.

JBikes
JBikes
5 years ago
Reply to  quickgeezer

Why? Is there a plague of weed related bike accidents?
Everyone sees this and think everyone will start doing that, as opposed to realizing everyone that would, already is. And check out the comments about beer/wine bidons and bikes and you don’t see any of the same concerns for something way more dangerous.

Marc Smith
Marc Smith
5 years ago
Reply to  JBikes

exactly…

quickgeezer
quickgeezer
5 years ago
Reply to  quickgeezer

Do we need a “plague of weed related bike accidents” to figure out that something that slows your reflexes isn’t a good idea on a bike? Beer, wine, vodka, whatever — same problem. Dumb thing to do, driving or riding.

O_O
O_O
5 years ago
Reply to  quickgeezer

I only have bike accidents when I’m not high unfortunately.

JBikes
JBikes
5 years ago
Reply to  O_O

quickgeezer, and many others, would likely be shocked at how many elite level athletes, leaders and generally responsible people use marijuana. Sadly, because of the stigma and flat out lies regarding the substance, those users tend to hide it. So all we see is the idiot, who will be an irresponsible idiot with or without use of any drug.

JBikes
JBikes
5 years ago
Reply to  quickgeezer

Its not the same drug as alcohol (which dangerously combines slowed reflexes with loss of inhibition).
Secondly, you missed the point that people already use marijuana in large numbers. If it were a significant problem, such as with alcohol, we would have seen significant numbers of issues by its users (the majority of whom go unnoticed as the stigma around it forces them to refrain from stating they use it…so you only see the loser with nothing to lose)
I’m not condoning getting ripped and doing anything, but I acknowledge that like alcohol, their are responsible levels of consumption.

JBikes
JBikes
5 years ago

ingenious
1. Bike cowbell? Check.
2. Emergency hydration container? Check.
3. Recreation? Check
note – generally speaking, keep 2 and 3 in that order.

JNH
JNH
5 years ago

At the risk of sounding like an old fart, please keep adverts for drug paraphernalia away from this cycling website. I spend enough time picking up the pieces of drug abuse at work.

Marc Smith
Marc Smith
5 years ago
Reply to  JNH

i.m sorry, do you drink beer ?

Marc Smith
Marc Smith
5 years ago
Reply to  JNH

If Park tool made a bottle opener that was coold or Abbey tool made a tire lever with a bottle opener, would it be criminal to talk about it ? I would like to remind readers that THC and CBD consumption is a perfectly legal and honnest social activity in Canada EVERYWHERE starting on October 18th. In fact, the givernement is setting a massive retail store system… yeah…

Fred Gravelly
Fred Gravelly
5 years ago
Reply to  JNH

It’s about time that corny weed related products becomes mainstream, especially since there are so many corny alcohol related products out there (Cool, my rims have bottle openers on them, so do my chain tensioners)

Dr Sweets
5 years ago
Reply to  JNH

@JNH, you are aware that cannabis is legal in some form in all but four states. As legal drugs go, cannabis is far less pernicious than alcohol. A titanium bong is amusing if not far more entertaining than all of booze crap that foisted upon us at every turn. Let’s not even start with the pharmaceutical industry’s advertising efforts.

Bobby Kennedy
5 years ago

Pretty much every rep that walks into our store hands out beer and branded bottle openers. I know folks for whom this will be much more useful.

gringo
gringo
5 years ago

It was borderline painful to read all the little puns squeezed into this review.

dockboy
dockboy
5 years ago

Thank God they left the bottle opener off of it.

rogsim
5 years ago

Get off my lawn you loony potheads!

Keith Benefiel
Keith Benefiel
5 years ago

Made my bong out of my Campy seat post almost 50 years ago. So what’s new?

Mike
Mike
5 years ago

Remember kids: just cause it’s legal in your state doesn’t mean it’s legal on the federal land in your state. Example: ski areas in national forests…

#notlegaladvice

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