HIGH BUYS:

BRNT De­signs ash­tray

NOW Magazine - - CANNABIS NOW - By MICHELLE DA SILVA

There’s noth­ing wrong with smok­ing a reg­u­lar old pipe and emp­ty­ing the ash into a garbage can. It’s what ston­ers have been do­ing for decades, and we’re all for it. But per­haps you’re look­ing to el­e­vate your cannabis ex­pe­ri­ence from a de­sign per­spec­tive.

Ed­mon­ton-based BRNT De­signs is all about cre­at­ing sleek, de­sign-fo­cused cannabis ac­ces­sories. A $180 sculp­tural hexag­o­nal bong isn’t for every­one, but with le­gal­iza­tion loom­ing, there’s a bud­ding mar­ket for pre­mium para­pher­na­lia.

If you’re not quite ready to break out two c-notes, but want to take your en­joy­ment up a notch, BRNT’s Briq ash­tray (pic­tured) and Faro pipe are more ac­ces­si­ble at $50 each.

The Faro is sleek, min­i­mal and dis­creet, and also comes with a set of clean­ing tools. The Briq is nice for folks who smoke in­doors. Both the pipe and the ash­tray’s square box are made from con­crete, in ei­ther a solid black or white marble fin­ish. And the Briq’s wal­nut wood lid not only looks nice but helps mask the smell of the ash.

$50 each, at brnt.ca, Tokyo Smoke (var­i­ous lo­ca­tions) and Friendly Stranger (241 Queen West).

High Buys is NOW’s new cannabis life­style col­umn fea­tur­ing our favourite weed-re­lated prod­ucts and para­pher­na­lia each week. Got a tip? Email us at cannabis@ nowtoronto.com.

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