Two Mechanical Engineers with a sum 30 years of experience in metal mechanical industry, pharmaceutical companies, pneumatics, heat-exchangers and of course vaping and smoking the best plant conceived by the mother earth. For years we used to buy many pipes, blunts, bongs, hookahs, vaporizers but is was so hard carry with them specially in airports for pleasure or business travels. Actually we find the same issue for outdoors activities like camping in places without electricity sources specially for vaporizers. As engineers with such experience we decide to develop one single device capable to perform all the existing consumptions ways easily and just using common and standard things like plastic bottles, aquarium hoses, etc. The scope was emulate the characteristics of the most advanced vaporizers, bongs, pipes, hookahs, water pipes but ready for anywhere, anytime and without batteries or electricity. The process to design something healthy, small and cheap with such features was hard and it takes long time and several designs but finally it becomes true. Thanks for you who believe in this new concept each version has been improved with more features. Again and sincerely thank you guys!!!
Our company and products Name´s are inspired in the Nimbin village which is located in the Northern Rivers area of the Australian state of New South Wales which and is notable for the prominence of its environmental initiatives such as permaculture, sustainability, self-sufficiency as well as the cannabis counterculture. People described their initial impressions of the village this way: "It is as if a smoky avenue of Amsterdam has been placed in the middle of the mountains behind frontier-style building facades. ... Nimbin is a strange place indeed."
Nimbin has been described in literature and mainstream media as 'the drug capital of Australia', 'a social experiment' and 'an escapist sub-culture'. Nimbin has become an icon in Australian cultural history with many of the values first introduced there by the counterculture becoming part of modern Australian culture.