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10 Best One Hitters On The Market

10 Best One Hitters On The Market

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10 Best One Hitters On The Market

From the good to the bad to the ugly and back again, here are the 10 best one hitters currently on the market.

Despite whatever outdated stereotypes there are about recreational smokers, we know that we have stuff to do. Looking for a piece that matches your on-the-go lifestyle? If you’re looking for a roundup of the 10 best one hitters on the market, you’ve come to the right place.

10. Nova USA Marble Color Composite Case and Bat

10 Best One Hitters On The Market

The Cost:

$15.75

The Good:

Economical and pretty, the marbleized finish on the dugout gives it a unique and impressive look.

The Bad:

In 2016, the culture site Brokelyn.com proclaimed that the one hitter was going out of style, calling it “crude, gunky, and inefficient”—and this bat and system might be why. The swivel top is fragile, the odor is impossible to mask, and the bat gives the weed an overwhelmingly chemical taste.

9. Silverstick Travel Pipe

10 Best One Hitters On The Market

The Cost:

$25.95

The Good:

We’ve added this to our list of best one hitters because nothing looks quite like it on the market. Made with stainless steel, the design is durable to the max. Made for either tobaccy (or something a bit more whacky), the kit comes with a pipe cleaner and 25 filters for your pleasure.

The Bad:

…who smokes with a filter?

8. American Made Guaranteed for Life Stash Box

10 Best One Hitters On The Market

The Cost:

$23.95

The Good:

Made with lightweight ABS plastic, this iPhone look-alike is, according to the specs, so durable that you can drive a truck over it and it will still hold.

The Bad:

We hate to say it, but it’s going to look a little bit more than conspicuous if someone sees you pulling out what they think to be two iPhones out of your pocket.

7. DC Crafts Reusable “Cigarette” Accessory

10 Best One Hitters On The Market

The Cost:

$8.25

The Good:

With a bullet-shaped stash container, this three-inch metal one hitter is more or less the standard.

The Bad:

It’s more or less the standard.

6. Luxury Wood Dugout Kit

10 Best One Hitters On The Market

The Cost:

$99.99

The Good:

Designed by Elevate Accessories, this wooden dugout kit puts the lux in luxury, making it one of the best one hitters out there. With a shiny tritone wooden finish and an elegant pipe with a wooden tip, it’s truly beautiful.

The Bad:

This dugout’s best quality could also be considered its downfall. At one cent short of a hundo, this system is definitely one of the more expensive one hitters on the market. And if you’re trying to mask the aroma of your flower, it might not be the best option for you.

5. Mini Black Glass Taster Pipe

10 Best One Hitters On The Market

The Cost:

$19.60 (originally $28.00)

The Good:

While glass one hitters might be pretty, they’re not necessarily the best choice if your priority is motility. Yes, there’s the argument that metal can ruin the overall sapidity and taste of your ganj. Then again, if your imperative for getting a bat is for a dirp on-the-go, is pure flavor really your number one concern?

Despite this caveat, we’ve listed this as one of the best 10 one hitters on the market due to its affordability, style, and stealth.

The Bad:

Unlike Kimmy Schmidt, it’s breakable.

4. Glass Chillum Pipe—Tan Frit and Worked Red Eyeball

10 Best One Hitters On The Market

The Cost:

$49.99 (originally $70.00)

The Good:

Produced by the Mountain Jam Glass Company, each of these spooky cyclops-esque chillums is individually handcrafted, so your pipe is uniquely yours. Made from high-end borosilicate glass and a frit technique (in which crushed glass is used to create a textured look), the red eyeball at the smoking end of the pipe creates a funny visual joke all on its own. If it’s not one of the best one hitters around, it’s certainly one of the most eye-catching. (Like that pun?)

The Bad:

Depends on your taste. Either you’re going to think this red eyeball pipe is cool, or you’re going to think it’s creepy AF. There is no in-between.

 3. Digger One Hitter Pipe

10 Best One Hitters On The Market

The Cost:

$6.99

The Good:

We would never do something like endorse smoking cigarettes—what kind of monsters do you think we are, anyway?—but we would definitely recommend this stealthy little Digger One Hitter. A cigarette-style bat with a claw tip at the end for grinding-as-you-go, it’s almost an essential must-have bat. Take your pick between a two-inch or three-inch model; whatever fits you (or your pipe) best.

The Bad:

The Digger One Hitter is definitely cost-effective—definitely ideal for, say, a college freshman on a tight budget. But keep in mind that a wooden case isn’t included, and more than doubles the price. If you’re susceptible to losing things, you might want to make sure to keep an eye on this tiny piece.

2. The Box Dugout

10 Best One Hitters On The Market

The Cost:

$19.99

The Good:

You could argue that The Box does exactly what the Digger One Hitter doesn’t: provide a true package deal. This tried-and-true set includes a sleek canister, a claw-tip pinchie (sorry, “tube accessory”), a cleaner tool, and touts resilience and portability. Even more so, it has a mentality. With an understated design in a classic black, it has the aesthetic of a Lexus: sensible but sophisticated. One of the best one hitters indeed.

The Bad:

You could argue that The Box has its flaws—it’s not 100% at concealing odor—but hey, nothing is perfect. Really, the only negative is that it’s not our number one pick. Speaking of which…

1. RYOT

10 Best One Hitters On The Market

The Cost:

$44.00

The Good:

We’ve already told you that RYOT makes some of the best products out there, and their one hitters are no exception. It’s hard to choose just one of their many profferings—so we won’t. Instead, we’ll say that almost all of their models, from their wood models to their acrylic taster boxes to their tricked out magnetic Super line are almost unparalleled. If you’re going to make us choose, however, go with the RYOT Large Aluminum “Super” Magnetic taster box. In gun metal. Because of pure sex appeal.

The Bad:

We got nothing.

J.E. Reich

J.E. Reich is a Brooklyn-based GRD staff writer and a former night/weekend editor at Jezebel. Their work has appeared in Slate, the Toast, the Forward, the Huffington Post, and elsewhere.

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