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A beginner’s guide to glass

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  1. Why glass?
  2. Main types of glass pipes on the market today
  3. Glass made in U.S. vs glass made in China
  4. Scientific glass vs. artisan glass
  5. Choosing the glass that’s right for you

Whether you’re a seasoned stoner or newcomer to the world of cannabis, the fact remains the same: glass is an integral part of the consumption experience. It is one of the best, most commonly used materials for smoking out of, and glass pipes range from small and simple handheld pieces to huge, wildly intricate artistic creations, and everything in between.

Glass pipes range from small and simple handheld pieces to huge, wildly intricate artistic creations, and everything in between. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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What makes glass such a perfect medium for smoking cannabis? What are the different types of glass you’ll find on the market today, and which ones are the best for you? Here’s everything you need to know about glass, helping you to become a cannabis glass connoisseur the next time you visit your local head shop.

Why glass?

The primary reason glass is used for smoking cannabis is that it is a very clean material. To be more specific, when you heat a piece of clean glass, the only thing that really happens is the glass gets hotter. It doesn’t begin to smoke or vaporize, it doesn’t create toxic fumes, and it doesn’t emit odors or flavors. This makes glass perfectly suited for smoking cannabis flower and concentrates.

On the other hand, pipes made out of materials such as metal, plastic, or wood usually end up contaminating the cannabis smoke in one way or another, whether it’s changing the taste of the smoke, altering the odor of the smoke, or worst of all, emitting toxic fumes into the smoke.

Aside from maintaining the purity of the cannabis smoke, there’s an added bonus to using glass: style.

Glassblowers often mix in color pigments to create interesting patterns, adding artistic flair to the smoking experience. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Glassblowers often mix in color pigments to create interesting patterns, adding artistic flair to the smoking experience. Artists who specialize in high-end glass pipes also make large, elaborate pipes in a dizzying array of shapes, sizes, and designs.

Main types of glass pipes on the market today

Glass is used to make a wide variety of smoking devices. The most common are:


Spoons are widely used and are recognizable for their simple design. One end is a spoon-shaped bowl into which you pack your cannabis. There is a small hole at the bottom of the bowl that allows smoke to travel from the spoon end down into the body of the pipe. Somewhere adjacent to the bowl is another small hole, called a “carb.” You control airflow inside the pipe by covering or uncovering the carb with your finger. Finally, the body of the pipe extends out away from the bowl and carb, ending in a third opening, which is the mouthpiece.

Spoons are widely used and are recognizable for their simple design. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Bongs are defined by the inclusion of a water chamber. As smoke bubbles through the chamber, the water simultaneously cools the smoke and filters out heavy particulates, producing smoother, cooler, and all-around better-tasting smoke.

Bongs are defined by the inclusion of a water chamber. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Bubblers are essentially a mash-up of a spoon pipe and a petite-sized bong. In shape and function, they are just like a spoon pipe. They also include a small water chamber that cools and cleans the smoke. For many consumers, bubblers produce more enjoyable smoke the way a bong does, but with the smaller, more convenient size that a spoon offers.

Bubblers are essentially a mash-up of a spoon pipe and a petite-sized bong. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Glass chillums can essentially be described as a small cylinder of glass you can smoke out of. You pack one end of the cylinder with flower, ignite it, and pull the smoke through the other end of the cylinder.


Steamrollers are basically extra-large chillums that often include a small depression for packing cannabis, a carb for controlling airflow, and a much larger-diameter glass cylinder. The idea is to let you fill the pipe with tons of smoke before clearing it all at one time for a powerful punch of cannabis smoke.

Dab rigs

Dab rigs typically use the same water filtration system as a bong, but they include a number of additional features and components designed specifically for vaporizing super-potent cannabis concentrates at higher temperatures than those for smoking flower. Instead of a bowl, for instance, a dab rig typically utilizes a nail or banger made from glass, quartz, or titanium. Once the heated chamber reaches the desired temperature, the concentrate is dabbed and filtered through water before being consumed.

Dab rigs include a number of features and components designed specifically for vaporizing super-potent cannabis concentrates at higher temperatures than those for smoking flower. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Glass made in U.S. vs glass made in China

A common debate in the world of cannabis is whether glass pieces made in the United States are fundamentally different from or of better quality than glass pieces made in places such as China.

One camp maintains that mass-produced Chinese glass is inherently inferior to American glass. According to this perspective, because Chinese glass is mass-produced and is intended to be much more affordable, manufacturers cut corners and don’t create products with as much care or quality assurance as manufacturers in the U.S.

As seen on numerous online discussion boards and cannabis forums, common complaints about Chinese-made glass include:

  • Lower-quality glass
  • Thinner glass
  • Glass that is not carefully hardened through a process called annealing, thereby making it more susceptible to stress fractures and breaking
  • Unoriginal designs, with many claiming that Chinese glass manufacturers essentially rip off designs created by smaller glassmakers and then mass-produce them

Another camp tends to be much more open to glass pieces made in China. In general, this cohort sees the quality of Chinese glass as close enough to the quality of any other glass that it doesn’t really make a noticeable difference.

Further, this group often argues that because Chinese pieces are mass-produced for lower cost, they actually serve a valuable function within the cannabis industry, giving people access to very affordable smoking implements. For many, this affordability outweighs whatever drop in quality consumers might get with a piece made in China.

As expert glassblower Luke Wilson put it: “The only difference is [Chinese manufacturers] take everything they make from other people and make it a million times over. . There’s nothing wrong with China glass as far as I’m concerned. So if you need a high-filter piece for your money, then go buy a China piece. But if you want something that’s collectible and that you’ll appreciate, go buy a personal artist piece.”

Scientific glass vs. artisan glass

The other key distinction in the types of glass used for cannabis pipes is if it’s made from scientific glass or artisan glass.

According to The American Scientific Glassblowers Society, scientific glass is specifically designed to meet the rigorous demands and specifications of the scientific community. Per the Society’s website: “Scientific glassblowers provide highly specialized glass apparatus for all universities with graduate research programs, government, private, and industry-research laboratories, production facilities, the semiconductor industry, and many other aspects of scientific research.”

Scientific glass is primarily focused on function, precision, and consistency. And smoking devices made out of scientific glass are much the same. These pieces tend to use thicker glass, are typically more heat-resistant, and have minimal issues with stress fractures or other manufacturing defects.

Scientific glass pipes are primarily focused on function rather than style. As a result, they typically do not have a lot of color or decorations, and the designs are simple and minimal, more in line with something you’d expect to see in a research lab than a stoner’s dorm room. One big advantage of focusing on function is that many scientific glass pipes include high-performance percolators that require a high degree of precision to make well.

On the other hand, artisan glass — often called “heady glass” — is focused much more on design and style elements. Artisan pieces are often one of a kind, made by established artists with recognizable aesthetic styles and a cult following of high-end glass collectors. As such, these pieces can be very fun to smoke out of and many enjoy the sense that their pipe is more aligned with a piece of art than a smoking apparatus.

Artisan glass is focused much more on design and style elements. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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The process of adding colors, crafting pipes into funky shapes, and executing complex designs often requires artists to use a slightly “softer” glass than a scientific glass piece. Additionally, the exclusive nature of artisan pieces often means that they carry heftier price tags than scientific glass pieces.

Choosing the glass that’s right for you

There are three main factors to consider when buying a glass piece:

What type of smoking experience do you want?

Do you want to smoke out of a simple spoon or chillum? Are you interested in the cooler, smoother, better-tasting smoke of a bong or bubbler? Do you want the hard-hitting, massive hits of a steamroller? Answering these questions will help narrow down the types of glass smoking devices that fit your personal criteria.

Form or function?

If you want consistently high-quality, precision performance, you can’t go wrong with a scientific glass piece. If you’re all about personal style, creativity, and flair, then you’ll love exploring the world of artisan glass. And remember, function and style are not mutually exclusive. Many people who like minimalist designs find scientific glass to be very aesthetically appealing.

What’s your budget?

If you’re on a tight budget and you simply need a piece that will get the job done, you might want to experiment with an affordable piece made in China. Don’t be surprised if you run into problems or if the piece breaks — at least replacing it won’t be too expensive. But if your budget gives you more room to shop around, have fun exploring the diversity of glass pieces made in the US by more hands-on glassblowers and artisans.

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Different Types of Water Pipes – Ultimate Guide

So, you’re looking to get a new bong, or perhaps even your first bong. Exciting!

But, with so many different types of bongs on the market, how can you know which one is best for you?

At HelpingPot, we pride ourselves on being one of the best educational resources for Stoners. We created this guide to help you understand the many different types of water pipes, and find the right one for your needs.

In this guide, you will learn about:

  • 6 Types of Bongs By Material
  • 12 Types of Bongs By Design
  • Which Type of Bong is the Best?
  • Where to Find Great Deals on the Best Bongs
  • How to Learn More About Bongs

We have a lot to cover in this in-depth guide, so let’s get started.

6 Different Types of Bongs By Material

The first thing you need to understand about the different types of bongs and pipes is that they can be made out of just about anything. As you may already know, Stoners are quite a creative bunch, and over the years we have found hundreds of ways to smoke, and make homemade smoking devices.

With that being said, most of the bongs you will find on the market are made of 5 basic materials:

  • Metal
  • Glass
  • Silicone
  • Acrylic
  • Ceramic

While there are also wooden, bamboo, and even plastic bongs, these are the main materials we will outline in this guide to keep things simple. We also wanted to cover these because they are the most common on the market, and usually the highest performing as well.

1. Metal Bongs – Not Recommended

Metal bongs are not very popular, and there is a good reason for it. While they are extremely durable and usually quite affordable, the metal in them has a very profound impact on the taste and smoothness of your smoking experience.

On top of that, they are usually not see-through, which can make it hard for Stoners to know when they are about to take way too fat of a rip. Also, they are kind of hard to come by, and really have no advantage over some of the more durable types of bongs like silicone or acrylic.

Lastly, one major downside of metal water pipes is that you can’t easily add accessories such as quartz bangers or ashcatchers to them, which limits their use and makes them hard to improve.

Pros & Cons of Metal Bongs

Overall: We don’t recommend metal bongs for anyone. They have poor taste, are hard to find, are hard to add accessories too, and overall are no more durable than silicone bongs, which have much higher performance.

2. Glass Bongs – Most Common, Highly Recommended

Since the 1970’s, glass bongs have been the pinnacle of water pipes in the cannabis industry. They are by far the most popular type of bong, and for good reasons.

First of all, glass can be blown into hundreds of intricate designs that add beauty and functionality. Over time, percolators, ice catches, diffused downstems, and dozens of other bong accessories have been adapted to improve the performance of glass bongs to make them smoother and cooler to smoke. This variety allows you to find the perfect water pipe for your needs based on design and function.

On top of having the most variety, glass bongs also tend to have the best performance by far. Sure, if you go with a cheap one, a high-quality ceramic or silicone bong may be able to outperform it in terms of smoothness and hit quality. But, there are tons of bongs for under $100 that come with percolators, diffused downstems, ice catches, and even more zany glass creations to make your smoking experience as smooth as possible.

Lastly, glass bongs can be more durable than you may think. While a drop from a high height will most certainly break them, thick glass bongs can take a beating. There are even some unbreakable glass bongs with lifetime warranties.

Pros & Cons of Glass Bongs

Overall: Glass bongs are by far our favorite type of bong. Perhaps that is just a bias we have, but it is safe to say that a wide majority of the Stoner community agrees. At the end of the day, they are convenient, easy to accessorize, high quality, and relatively affordable. There are literally hundreds of types of them, and you can find thousands of designs.

3. Silicone Bongs – Up & Coming, Highly Recommended

Within the last decade or so, silicone bongs have started to make a serious splash in the cannabis world.

And it should come as no surprise why – these bongs are nearly unbreakable, they are easy to fold up, most of them are dishwasher safe and come with lifetime warranties. On top of that, they are extremely affordable, come in a decent variety of colors and designs, and are made of silicone that is safe to smoke out of.

Now, with that being said, there are still some downside to this type of bong over some more traditional glass bongs. For instance, most of these models do not allow for easy accessorization, though some of the best silicone bongs are making breakthroughs in this.

These bongs also are usually much smaller than glass bongs, leaving less room for filtration, cooling, and percolation. Many also come with metal bowls that taint flavor, though a few include quartz bowls wrapped in silicone that help users avoid this, while still maintaining durability. The last area this type of bongs falls short of glass bongs is that almost all models have very little to no percolation, due to the fact that percolators are very intricate glass or quartz designs that cannot fit in the small sizes of silicone bongs. Not to mention these intricate parts kind of contradict a silicone bongs main purpose: durability and easy transport.

Pros & Cons of Silicone Bongs

Overall: Silicone bongs are great for people who are looking for a great travel pipe. This is best for Stoners who are looking for a very terrible peace that is easy to clean trouble with. As long as you are willing to sacrifice a bit of performance, this is a one of the best types of water pipes you can have.

4. Acrylic Bongs – Not Recommended

Acrylic bongs are basically the forefather of silicone bongs. They’re usually made a very hard plastic, and come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

Most people who like acrylic water pipes usually pick this type of bong based on the price point. I need something cheap, easy to replace, and that just gets the job done.

Our main complaints about acrylic bongs is that they break easily, are extremely cheap, are usually made in foreign countries so you cannot guarantee the safety of them, and they are nearly impossible to accessorize. If $5-10 is your budget for a piece, and you really don’t feel like making a homemade pipe, but feel like waiting 3 days for a bong, then this is right for you. Otherwise, your money is better spent on silicone or a small glass bong.

For the most part, people who buy acrylic bongs soon realize their flaws and upgrade to either silicone or glass. It just makes a lot more sense to spend maybe $10-20 more on an insured, safe, accessible, and nearly indestructible silicone bong than a brittle acrylic one that will decay quickly over time.

Pros & Cons of Metal Bongs

Overall: We are not big fans of acrylic. It simply doesn’t get the job done, or stand up to a slightly more expensive glass or silicone bong. It breaks easily and will wind up costing you more in the long run. It tastes horrible, and you rarely can find a nice one.

5. Ceramic Bongs – Old School, Recommended

Before glass water pipes took the scene, ceramic bongs were the only choice for Stoners. People have been making pottery and smoking devices out of ceramic materials for thousands of years, so the art has been damn near perfected.

Ceramic bongs are the next step down from glass and silicone. They provide an excellent smoking experience with smooth flavor and massive rips. They are extremely durable, and less sensitive to temperature changes than glass bongs.

One massive advantage that ceramic bongs have over glass is that it is very easy to find extremely creative and one-of-a-kind designs affordable prices. Oftentimes complex glass designs can take hundreds of hours, resulting in higher prices, whereas ceramics are much easier to mold into crazy creations.

However, where they fall short of glass is the fact that they are often difficult to accessorize, and do not come with additional accessories like diffused downstem, percolators, ash catchers, and regularly.

Also, they tend to be just as expensive as glass bongs or even more expensive in some cases. At the end of the day, it is really a matter of preference. For people who prefer a more old-school approach, or like larger hits, or who don’t need all the flashy features, ceramic works just fine.

Pros & Cons of Ceramic Bongs

Overall: For someone who is looking for an affordable and durable bong that will usually be kept indoors, this is a great option. It’s also great for people who are looking for thousands of custom design options, and who do not need exceptional percolation.

6. Other Types of Bongs – You Really Can Make One Out of Anything…

Alright so without going to in-depth into the hundreds of ways that people can make different types of water pipes, here are a few of the other options you have:

  • Bamboo
  • Wood
  • Plastic

On top of that, there are virtually infinite ways to make pipes out of household items such as food, office supplies, tools, recyclables, and more. If you look feel like getting creative and experimenting with your own homemade log, we definitely recommend checking out our complete guide with dozens of ideas and step by step instructions.

12 Different Types of Bongs By Design

Alright, so now it’s time to get to the actual types of bongs based on their design.

Keep in mind that most of these designs evolved over the years in order to make water pipes more interesting looking, and also improve their functionality.

For the most part, these different designs are available for both ceramic and glass bongs, while acrylic, metal, and silicone bongs are limited just straight tube and beaker base designs.

Also, keep in mind that a single bong can have multiple features, such as a beaker base and a percolator.

1. Beaker Base Bongs – Tough & Reliable

The beaker base is a very common type of water pipe that of course features a base in the shape of a beaker.

This design helps to add a lot of stability and the base, allowing these types evolve to be taller, which usually makes for larger hits and more room to add percolators.

2. Straight Tube Bongs – Simple, But Reliable & Smooth

Straight tube bongs are fairly straightforward, featuring a design from one straight tube of blown glass.

Usually,this type of bomb is thicker than most other types, in order to make it more durable. Straight tubes are also typically taller, usually in the 8-24+” range.

More often than not, straight tube bongs will feature percolators, diffuse downstems, and / or ice catches.

3. Percolator Bongs – Smooth Smoking Experience

As the name implies, percolator bongs are distinguished by – you guessed it – their percolators.

We won’t take the time to go in depth about what percolators are and how they work here, as that is an entire subject on its own. But basically, they make your smoking experience much smoother by cooling down the smoke and filtering it more before it reaches you.

If you want to know more about the various types of percolators and how they work, check out our complete guide to percolators.

4. Round Based Bongs – Stylish & Reliable

Round base bongs are a type of water pipe that features a round base. Much like beaker base, this is meant to make for a wider, more sturdy base in order to allow for taller designs.

I know what you’re thinking – how in the heck does a round base make for a sturdy base?! Well, technically, the base itself is flat, and the bottom chamber of the bong is just shaped like a sphere rather than a beaker.

Overall, this design is usually coupled with a straight tube or a percolator, but is also typically used with zong designs, which we will cover soon.

5. Multi-Chamber Bongs – Even Smoother Smoking Experience

Multi-chamber bongs are on the higher end of water pipe designs. They typically feature complex glasswork that transfers smoke from one chamber to the next in order to cool and purify it for smoother hits.

These types of water pipes have tons of different designs that not only look cool, but function in extremely impressive ways. Watching bubble is a thing of beauty, and the hits you get are out of this world.

For people who want a high-end bong, and who are willing to spend over $100 for a great piece of glass that is durable and smooth, this is definitely the right choice.

Because of the high price point and the level of skill it takes to make them, you can often find extremely thick glass designs that are highly creative and nearly one of a kind – which also makes them great collector’s items.

6. Recycler Bongs – The Smoothest Smoking Experience

Recycler bongs are very similar to multi-chamber bongs, and most would even consider them to be a different type of multi-chamber bong.

The reason we wanted to make the distinguishment between them is that multi-chamber bongs technically do not recycle the smoke through the same chamber, but transfer it to another chamber.

But recycler bongs actually take the smoke and filter it using water through the same chamber and percolators multiple times before finally transferring it to you. This all happens very rapidly, and 5-10 cycles can happen in just seconds. But when played in slow motion, it is truly something to behold.

There are dozens of types of recycler bongs out there, each with their own way of working, unique designs, and amazing efficiency.

Overall, this is a great bong for someone who is looking for the smoothest smoking experience, or who is looking to get into dabbing in the future. They are easy to accessorize, high quality, and durable. The only downside is that they are often some of the most expensive bongs.

7. Bubblers – Portable Miniature Bongs

Bubblers are the bongs’ little brother. They are basically miniature bongs that are a mixture of water pipes and bowls in one. This allows them to provide the convenience and the ease of use of a hand pipe, with the smoothness of a bong – all at an affordable price point.

The beauty of bubblers is that they are super easy to travel with, and can also simply function as a hand pipe if you don’t have time to fill them up. Another great thing about bubblers is that they come in tons of designs.

Some cons are that they often do not have percolation – though some types of bubblers with percs do exist – and that they are impossible to accessorize. Also, some of the more complex bubblers can be a real pain in the ass to clean – unless you know how to clean a bubbler.

Overall, bubblers are a type of bong that is best for someone who is looking to mix things up. Someone who usually likes to smoke on the go, but wants a piece that is a bit smoother than a hand pipe, but still affordable and easy to pack up.

8. Zongs – Different Design for Diffusion

Zongs are named because of their Zig Zag design, usually in the shape of a Z. While this may seem to be purely aesthetic, there are actually a few interesting performance benefits to this type of bong.

First of all, if the tube is skinny enough, the Z section functions as its own ice catch. It also provides a place to easily secure a good grip on large bongs. Lastly, this section allows smoke to cool a bit more before reaching you, making for a smoother smoking experience. There is also the fact that these things just look awesome, like a bong sent from outer space!

There are a few cons to the design as well. Some Zongs tend to be a bit top-heavy, which can be a problem without a sturdy base. Other times, they can be easier to break because people who brush by them can easily knock them over.

Overall, zongs are a bit better performing than strict straight tube bongs, but nothing notable. They can also be broken more easily if not careful. They are usually just as affordable as glass bongs, so generally, people usually side with Zongs strictly because of the cool design.

9. Scientific Glass Bongs – Sturdy, Smooth & Expensive

Scientific glass refers to the actual chemical makeup of the glass itself. This type of bong is made with borosilicate glass, which reduces the glass’ reaction to changes in temperature.

Without getting scientific 😉 , this glass is better because it will not break as easily from rapid temperature changes, and will not become as weakened as regular glass over time from use and heat exposure.

Generally, this type of glass bong is a bit more expensive, but well worth the investment as long as you can keep it nice throughout the years.

Scientific glass bongs are usually made to be high-performance pieces and regularly include diffused downstems, ice catches, percolators, and more features to make your smoking experience smoother. They are also usually made to be thicker in order to be more durable.

Overall, this type of water pipe is best for someone who is looking for a very high-performance piece that will last a long time. They can be a bit expensive, but you can find amazing deals from a trusted online headshop.

10. Inline Bongs – Intricate Designs, Strong Bases, Excellent Percolation

Inline bongs are not very common, mainly because they are usually very expensive compared to other types of water pipes.

This type of bong is distinguished by their inline percolators, which are horizontal percolators built into the glass – usually in very creative and intricate ways. This usually leads to another percolator above to make the experience even smoother. For this reason, technically, this is considered to be a very specific type of multi-chamber bong.

Overall, inline bongs are some of the smoothest hitting water pipes. They are typically very large, and paired with a thick straight tube made of scientific glass. The best ones are very expensive, but well worth it for people who keep them nice and collect glass. This type of bong is best for someone who is willing to drop $200 or more on a piece and who wants the cream of the crop when it comes to smoothness.

11. Dab Rigs – The Next Evolution of the Bong

Dab rig s have only recently stepped onto the scene. Made for dabbing wax concentrates, this type of bong has some seriously unique designs in order to handle the heat and intensity of dabs.

As a result, most dab rigs focus heavily on recycling and percolation, with lots of intricate designs that help improve airflow and cooling of the smoke.

Most of the time, dab rigs are smaller than bongs, in order to make them easy to transport. They are also designed to easily allow for different dab rig accessories, which allow you to smoke dabs in a number of ways.

Overall, dab rigs can also be used as bongs. In our opinion, purchasing a dab rig and then adding a glass bowl to it is an easy way to get all of the smoothness of an expensive bong, with the affordability and portable design of a dab rig. Our dab rig starter kit has all you need to get started dabbing, or turn your rig to a bong!

12. Home Made Bongs – Getting Creative

You knew we couldn’t make a post about the different types of bongs without including the most infamous (and creative) type – homemade water pipes!

Over the years, Stoners have found a way to make bongs out of just about any household item you have laying around, including:

  • Food
  • Cups
  • Plastic bottles
  • Pens
  • And more…

While these bongs are not very durable or high quality, they are honestly a blast to make, and get you blasted just the same. We strongly recommend that any hardcore Stoner gives this a try every once in a while, just for the entertainment value alone.

If you are interested in learning some easy, step-by-step ways to make homemade smoking devices, check out these awesome resources we’ve made:

What is the Best Type of Bong?

The answer to this question really all depends on your budget, smoking preferences, and smoking style. For some people who prefer a smoother smoking experience, glass may be best. For others who are on the move more often, silicone may be the right choice.

Personally, our favorite type of bong by material is without a doubt glass, with silicone being a close second because of its durability, affordability, and convenience.

As far as bong design goes, we prefer recycler or percolator bongs with thick glass, or scientific glass to ensure durability combined with smoothness. For on the go smoking, we prefer a sturdy mini bong or rig made of glass, or a silicone bong with quartz bowl.

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Tell Us About Your Favorite Bong!

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