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Here are 6 Amazon products that are definitely not cocaine accessories

It's hard to find good coke accessories these days.

Mar 25, 2021, 1:47 pm*

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Mike Wehner

Amazon is the world’s largest online marketplace, but if you assumed that the site has something for everyone, you were sorely mistaken. As it turns out, Amazon doesn’t have anything for cocaine addicts. Not one single thing. Certainly not a coke spoon or a coke sniffer. If you’re looking for cocaine accessories, look elsewhere!

In fact, Amazon’s various sellers are so strictly opposed to the idea that you might do cocaine that many have taken the admirable step of noting it in their product descriptions. Here are a few of the most popular Amazon products that are absolutely, definitely not intended to be used for any type of illegal, white, powdery substance.

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6 Amazon products that are definitely not cocaine accessories

1) Leather Snuff Kit (Midnight)

leather snuff kit

Snuff Stuff! is made exclusively for snuff. It says so right on the label. After all, there’s nothing hipsters like better than ingesting tobacco like a member of the 17th-century gentry class. This snuff kit, which is definitely not a cocaine accessory, also fits handily in your pocket.   

Price: $19.99

2) Small Glass Vial with Coke Spoon

coke spoon

Sure, the seller notes that this little kit “can be used in [a] lab for chemicals or powders,” but we all know this is definitely not for doing cocaine at all. The description makes it very clear that this is to be used only for tobacco, and since finely ground snuff tobacco is so insanely popular these days, that’s absolutely why these are being sold.

Price: $3.43

3) Glass Vial Bottle with Hinged External Black Spoon 3ml

glass vial bottle which is definitely not a cocaine accesory

A simple vial with a coke spoon attached. Totally not intended for anything remotely illegal.

Price: $5.99

4) Double Barrel Nasal Coke Sniffer

coke sniffer

This little beauty comes with an interesting disclaimer that warns that it is designed only for “energy powder.” You know what energy powder is? Not cocaine, that’s for sure.

Price: $16.98

5) Permanent Marker Stash Safe

permanent marker to hide cocaine

Now this is a very interesting item indeed. It’s a glass vial and “nasal straw” that hides inside a fake marker. The seller claims, once again, that it is to be used only with tobacco, which makes a lot of sense when you think about it. Obviously, you’d need to hide something that is perfectly legal and definitely not cocaine.

Price: $14.95

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6) Nasal Coke Vacuum

nasal coke sniffer vacuum

It may not be a Hoover, but this shiny “nasal straw” boasts “easy snorting,” which will absolutely make your next party a whole lot of fun. Unless you’re doing something illegal because that’s not what this is for.

Price: $5.24

No longer available: Deluxe Snorting Kit – Not For Cocaine

deluxe coke sniffer
Amazon

This kit—which includes a mirror, razor blade, vial, spatula/spoon tool, and straw—is clearly not designed for cocaine. We know this for sure, because the seller actually put “Not For Cocaine” in the product name.

not for cocaine
Amazon

That makes it pretty clear, but if you need any further proof, you can just head down to the reviews section, where people who have never used a coke sniffer explain why they bought the item.

See? This gentleman bought it for its festive theme:

amazon review 1
Amazon Prime Video/YouTube

This person bought it to stop snooping cops from assuming that he was a drug addict, which can be a real pain for someone who doesn’t use cocaine but wants a snorting kit anyway:

amazon review 2
Amazon Prime Video/YouTube

And this guy bought it for…for…OK, this guy might actually be using it for cocaine:

amazon review 3
Amazon Prime Video/YouTube

Buyer beware!

Editor’s note: Amazon has removed listings for some of the products originally covered in this article. We’ve updated the piece with some new products.

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*First Published: Jan 22, 2016, 2:06 pm