Metal is a rare material for creation tobacco pipes, other than they are not unidentified. The majority ordinary form of this is a pipe with a stalk and stem complete of aluminum, which serves as a warmth sink. Mouthpieces are complete of vulcanite or lucite. The bowls are detachable, though not identical between manufacturers. They are complete of unreliable materials to allow the smoker to attempt dissimilar individuality or to offer exacting bowls for exacting tobaccos.
additional metal tobacco pipes comprise the Japanese kiseru and the Arabian midwakh. Hookahs also have metal stems, but fall into the universal group of water pipes.