The motion of the smoke is created by micro-holes at the shoulders of the funnel-shaped body, also called a “Venturi Chamber.” These holes, all angled in the same direction, produce the air-intake for the system. The result is an aeration process that has three benefits:
1. It slows the burning, conserving tobacco;
2. The infusion of air creates a smoother draw;
3. It creates a fascinating swirling motion similar to a tornado.