actiTube activated charcoal filters - Evolution from rolled cardboard
Back in the day, flyers, train tickets and cardboard flaps from papers were rolled in as “filters”. These were at most a spacer to protect your mouth from the heat of your rolled cigarette or joint. They did not prevent you from inhaling harmful condensates and from having a terrible taste in mouth.
Nowadays, actiTube activated charcoal filters are made up of different components and materials that have been carefully designed to the last millimeter and have undergone tenuous quality testing throughout the production chain.actiTube activated charcoal filters – Get the gunk off your skunk
Thanks to its large surface area, activated carbon is able to absorb large amounts of harmful condensates, which also cools the smoke down and allows significantly fewer harmful substances in the respiratory tract. This makes each drag taste pleasantly mild. Experience and tests have shown that increased filtration always leads to less harm for the lungs, without detracting from the effects.
That is why actiTube always completely fills its filters and does not use any coal granulate, but only the highest quality activated carbon in pellet form, with the maximum filtration potential. Of course actiTube’s activated carbon is free from dust, purified and suitable for vegans as well.
actiTube activated charcoal filters - Invented in Berlin, made in Germany
All of the turned pipes and pipe heads are pre-produced by a small, Berlin-based manufacturer, and made by hand. The actiTube activated charcoal filters and even their packaging are 100% made in Germany. The progressive, open-minded vibe of Berlin has always been a source of inspiration for actiTube and it spurred them during their founding phase, and now serves them as a premium address on their business cards.The actiTube prices are and remain reasonable, even though they use high-quality components and painstakingly filled filters. Affordable sales prices and fair treatment of all business partners are indeed “totally normal” practices for them.