How To Make Steampunk Hookah DIY#2 With Working Pressure Gauge



Today I want to show you the idea of creation, a steampunk hookah, with a working manometer. In time the smoke is sucked in, the manometer shows a vacuum, and when smoke comes out, the pressure gauge shows the pressure.
So that the video did not turn out to be long, behind the scenes, the dial of the manometer was made in the graphic editor, and brass and copper parts was polished, and the copper coil was twisted, you've already seen this many times in my past videos.
Brass and copper parts are soldered with silver.
As a water tank was used a bottle of sparkling water VOSS 375ml, you can buy it in any supermarket, this allows us in the event of breakage of the bottle easy its replacement.

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First song used: Sappheiros – Reminiscence

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Second song used: Sappheiros – Reaching Out

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