Ultimately the shape, size, and height of a glass bong impact its ability to pull smoke through the water chamber and into the tube. Moreover, the diameter of the bowl and stem also dictates the flow of smoke and air. Some popular types of glass bongs include:
Percolator Bong: A percolator bong uses a glass filter suspended into the water chamber. The filter is responsible for breaking up and spreading out the bubbles evenly by ensuring the smoke is circulated through the water. The result is the creation of tiny bubbles, which are excellent at filtering toxic substances while also cooling the smoke.
Bubbler Bongs: This glass weed bong is a bong and pipe hybrid. It is a portable option that is horizontal. It includes a drop-down water chamber that cools and filters the smoke. When using a bubbler, be careful not to pull too hard, or else you will swallow the water.
Mini Bongs: When you want cheap bongs, the portable mini bong is probably the right option for you. You can find minis that are just six inches in height, and several are available for under $60. Most mini bongs rely on a carb system. Due to the lower price, they tend to be made from thinner glass, which is easier to break.
Scientific Bongs: This is the name given to laboratory-grade borosilicate glass bongs. These are more expensive devices because they are stronger with increased resistance to heat. The design can range from a simple straight tube to a complex bong with ash catchers, uniquely crafted percolators, and bent mouthpieces.
Post time: Jul-21-2021