The Kamry pipe is really unique. It is made of stainless steel and it is SOLID. It's quite heavy in the hand which lends itself to a distinct feeling of quality. From what I can tell, it also seems very well built. So far, so good.
It isn't without its faults, though. The top switch is much more robust than the Beauticig pipe that arrived with a faulty switch, but I have to say... once the 18350 battery is installed, it can be a challenge getting the top cap back on the Kamry e-pipe. It's tight and doesn't screw down completely. I'd say maybe it's a bad battery choice, but the batts it came with are the Kamry batteries. That all said, I do worry a bit that the threads will wear enough that it eventually won't catch and hold with the tiny amount of threading that is possible once the battery is inserted.
The other thing that royally concerns me, especially after having a pipe with a battery that vented, is that if a battery were to explode in this thing, it is basically a small bomb. The pipe itself has no venting holes built into it. That means that if a battery leaks gases, pressure will build up inside of it. Hopefully there is enough airflow through the top switch to keep the pressure down, but it is still a bit of a surprise that Kamry didn't drill a couple of holes in the bottom of the pipe bowl.
The quality of the vape isn't too bad. It seems to work just fine with one of my Aspire tanks with the lower resistance (1.8 ohm) coil in it. This is the coldest vape I've ever had though. I think that is largely due to the long, thick stainless steel drip tip that comes with it. Your mouth is quite a good distance from the atomizer and there is a good deal of cold metal between the coil and your mouth. This results in a pretty cool vape. Vapor production seems to be solid, though, on nothing more than the 3.7 volts coming straight off the battery. This is a mostly mechanical mod. There is no short circuit protection. No fuse. Nothing preventing you from installing a battery backwards and royally screwing things up. And no way to adjust output voltage. So what the battery gives you is what you get out of it. And there is absolutely no room to add a Kick inside it. So it is what it is.
With those things all in mind, if I were asked whether I would recommend this product, I'd say "yes, but only as a novelty to add to a collection of mods." I would not suggest this as anyone's first device or to a novice user. The build quality is good. Don't get me wrong. I think every vaper should have some sort of pipe mod in his or her collection, but what I plan on doing with this one is likely to let it sit and look bad ass on my desk. And when I'm feeling like messing around, I'll pop a battery in it, a tank on it, and have some fun just messing with it.
In the end, I'm still waiting on someone to release a really high quality pipe mod that doesn't have the risks of a mechanical device, does have the quality and durability of the more traditional devices, and has the variable voltage that makes for an actually usable daily vaping device. This ain't it, but it's still cool.