This ad was run in HeadQuest magazine (HQ) March 2017, a trade magazine, and it was our coming out party. We give credit to the platforms that allowed our Twisty Glass Blunt to go viral, Facebook and Daily Dot, but more importantly, we thanked all the stoners out there who saw something innovative and told their fellow stoner to check it out. Word of mouth, baby. 36 million views is not something that comes around everyday for a product company, and we think the Twisty will become a classic pipe for it’s simplicity and ability to make people say to themselves, “I need to try that.”
This ad was placed in ERB Magazine, an industry magazine, May 2017 issue. This ad is for our Twisty Glass Mini launch. In a twist, the red cloth both covers and exposes what lies beneath. The sly humor of our tagline takes a jab at the ever-inflated product launches of companies nowadays.
The one indispensable accessory to the Twisty is your lighter. What you may not have known is that your lighter is also a nifty tool to cash bowls and pack new ones. The method takes advantage of both the side edge and the flat edge of your lighter. Please feel free to view see our detailed instructions.
What I love about the Twisty is that it is actually packed from the bottom, not from the top like traditional spoon pipes. In fact, this may be the only pipe or the first pipe or both to be packed from the bottom. If you can think of one, please contact us and let us know.
The surprising thing about my invention, the Twisty Glass Blunt, is that the obvious way to load the Twisty is the wrong way. Or the inefficient way, anyways. The immediate thought is to reverse the twisting direction and suck up the herbs against gravity. Don't get me wrong, this method works. The problem is that it is laborious. The space for the cherry doesn’t make things any easier, as you’re then required to have a constant mound of herbs to reach the screw. This upward twisting action is the method I used to load my first few tubes of ground up Sativa bud. As I played with my 3D-printed Twisty prototypes though, I became impatient and wanted a faster way...