I have seen the Cal Aqua Influx X3s which would work, but at $80.00 at Green Leaf Aquariums it a bit more than I want to pay for the single pipe.
I have seen some cheaper pipes.
If $80 is too much for you to spend on an inlet filter pipe, then you probably shouldn't get one in the first place. (i just use the Eheim inlet filter pipes if i don't have the money to upgrade to a nice glass inlet filter pipe.) My experience with the inlet filter pipes in particular is that (1) you get what you pay for and (2) you will need to spend a lot for a quality inlet filter pipe in particular.
The cheaper inlet filter pipes can make compromises with (1) glass thickness, (2) number of slits and/or (3) quality of the slits. (If there are not a lot of slits, then the filter pipe can get clogged easily by, say, floating leaves and other debris which potentially reduces the flow. If you have a lot of slits, then the flow rate isn't impeded as much by that one floating leaf.) Plus, all glass lily pipes will eventually break from handling them incorrectly so you will eventually have to get another one.
The Regular Cal Aqua Labs brand inlet filter pipes are nice (i've never tried any of the new, shorter ones). (TPT won't allow product reviews so i can't call out some of the other brands i've tried...) I did just get a VIV 17 mm inlet filter pipe and that's on the shorter side. Not sure of the dimensions, but you should be able to look that up easily here.