GRAV Labs

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GRAV Labs
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Private
ISIN🆔
IndustryGlassware
Founded 📆2004
Founder 👔Dave Daily
Headquarters 🏙️,
Austin
Area served 🗺️
Products 📟 Glassware, Lifestyle products
Members
Number of employees
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Founded by Dave Daily in 2004, Austin, TX-based GRAV has remained an industry leader in the design, innovation, and development of high quality, functional glass pipes, and accessories. In addition to its flagship brand, GRAV Labs operates several product lines of specialty scientific glassware such as Helix, Stax, Upline, and the original Gravitron.[1]

Grav Labs operates several product lines of specialty scientific glassware such as Helix, Stax, Upline, Gravitron, Nano, Tasters, and the premium Grav Gold Series. Aside from scientific glass, Grav Labs also manufactures high end vaporizers and accessories.[2]

History[edit]

GRAV Labs was founded by Dave Daily in 2004. Daily left his career in the home loan industry to pursue a more ethical and creative line of work. He had always been fascinated by design and wanted to create a product that could become a household name. He needed something straightforward, original, and affordable, preferably in a market that had yet to be monopolized. Inspired by Austin’s progressive environment, he invented the Gravitron - the first gravity smoking system made entirely of glass.[3]

Dave spent the better part of 2004 cutting glass, assembling Gravitrons, and selling them to local head shops. As he became more confident working with glass and more familiar with the American pipe industry, Dave began to hire glass artists and head shop veterans to assist him.

References[edit]

  1. "GRAV". 420 Science. Retrieved 2019-05-13.
  2. "Grav Labs | Upline, Stax, Helix, & More". DankStop. Retrieved 2019-05-13.
  3. "The History of GRAV". SMOKEA®. Retrieved 2019-05-13.


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