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Old May 16th, 2010, 04:01 PM
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Default eco bricco coals

wondering if anyone has had any success with eco bricco coals...

i was in dearborn, michigan a few weeks ago at Hookah Garden and the guys there convinced me to spend $7 for a 84 pack of eco bricco since they are the best natural coconut coals...

however, i've not been able to light one coal successfully yet!

i have a gas stove, so its got a flame instead of a coil that heats up

i'm so close to throwing these out...! i have coconut naturals by starlight and they are so much better...

i'm thinking of just ordering some ******* hookah quicklights...
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Old May 16th, 2010, 08:05 PM
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Default Re: eco bricco coals

I have a gas stove top and a single coil electric burner. The single coil works much better than my gas stove top at lighting Coco's and Exoticas. Might try finding a single coil.
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Old May 16th, 2010, 08:11 PM
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Default Re: eco bricco coals

As has been posted in some other treads, you can pick up an inexpensive single coil burner from places like walgreens and such for under $10.00. I got mine there and it was $7 on sale. It would be worth getting cuz ur other nats will light easier from it as well. Smoke happy.

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Old May 16th, 2010, 08:21 PM
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Default Re: eco bricco coals

I recently tried eco bricco for the first time since it's only 4 bucks for 96 pieces at the local shop.

Eco Bricco = TERRIBLE. They give decent heat but they burn down extremely fast (30 mins tops) and ash really oddly (they ash into a trapezoid or pyramid shape) To top it all off, I've never felt so crappy or had such a weird headache from hookah as I did after i smoked these, it might have been a fluke but so far as I'm concerned I'm never touching them again.
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