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Dankstop Bent Neck Honeycomb to Tree Perc Water Pipe Dankstop Bent Neck Honeycomb to Tree Perc Water Pipe

$109.99 $89.99

Dankstop’s Bent Neck Honeycomb to Tree Perc Water Pipe is 12 inches tall and has 2 different percolators, each housed in a separate chamber. The first perc is a honeycomb design, featuring slits through which water and smoke can pass. The second perc is a 7 arm tree. Each arm... Dankstop’s Bent Neck Honeycomb to Tree Perc Water Pipe is 12 inches tall and has 2 different percolators, each housed in a separate chamber. The first perc is a honeycomb design, featuring slits through which water and smoke can pass. The second perc is a 7 arm tree. Each arm...
Borodirect Cross to Honeycomb Perc Animal Dab Rig Borodirect Cross to Honeycomb Perc Animal Dab Rig

$90.00

While it's possible to go with discount or even do-it-yourself bongs, when it comes to dabbing, it's best not to mess around with the cheap stuff. Luckily, getting quality no longer means having to shell out big bucks. While scientific-grade borosilicate bongs are going to run you more than the... While it's possible to go with discount or even do-it-yourself bongs, when it comes to dabbing, it's best not to mess around with the cheap stuff. Luckily, getting quality no longer means having to shell out big bucks. While scientific-grade borosilicate bongs are going to run you more than the...
Borodirect Honeycomb to Turbine Perc Straight Tube Bong Borodirect Honeycomb to Turbine Perc Straight Tube Bong

$90.00

The Borodirect Honeycomb to Turbine Perc Straight Tube Bong is a multi-use smoking implement that can take your smoking experience to new levels of flavor and mellowness. This Borodirect bong can be used in both traditional and dabbing configurations. The user can choose which accessories they would like to bong... The Borodirect Honeycomb to Turbine Perc Straight Tube Bong is a multi-use smoking implement that can take your smoking experience to new levels of flavor and mellowness. This Borodirect bong can be used in both traditional and dabbing configurations. The user can choose which accessories they would like to bong...
The honeycomb bong is one that is available in numerous shapes and sizes. It has a similar design to a honeycomb because of the discs that are seen around the edges of the bong. A feature that many people enjoy about this kind of bong is the increase in diffusion. This means that you'll receive more flavor each time that you smoke along with a minimal amount of drag. Most of the bongs are made of glass, offering beautiful designs whether they are clear or have a touch of color added to them. 

The surface area that is on the glass results in the smoke being forced through the holes of the discs. A benefit of this is that you won't need to smoke as much at one time to get the same impact as you would smoking from a smaller bong or one that has fewer holes. The multiple holes in the bong aid in separating the smoke, filtering it so that you have a pure taste when the smoke does reach the mouth. There is often more than one chamber that holds water in a honeycomb bong, which aids in the filtering process as well. There are several designs of filters and chambers, such as a ring or a tree. The design does have an impact on how fast it takes for the smoke to reach the mouth. The smoke from a honeycomb design delivers a creamy texture that is smooth and enjoyable no matter what you're smoking.

If you’re new to the world of bongs, let us first say, welcome! We know you’re probably excited to learn more about these crafty, cool, devices and surely you are now wondering why it took you so long to try one out, but given how frequently terminology changes these days, we wanted to help you make informed decisions about your bong purchases and as such we have laid out the essentials for you below.

Before anything else, let’s dive into the basic things you need to know about bongs, and later we'll pull apart the pieces and describe their functions within the bong. 

What Is A Bong?

A bong is a device used to consume cannabis that is designed to cool down the smoke during inhalation before it enters into the user's lungs. There may be different types of filtration depending on the type of bong used, either through the use of ice or one or many chambers of water. Some bongs are designed to allow the smoke to continuously move through the piece for enhanced cooling effects. They come in a wide variety of sizes and shapes, and despite their similarities to bubblers, they are quite different.

How Are Bongs Used?

Generally speaking, bongs work by lighting the bowl and inhaling from the open area at the top. Once the chamber has filled with smoke, you remove the bowl as this then allows the chamber to release the smoke much quicker than other methods of smoking. As mentioned above there are many different varieties of bongs so depending on what you’re using, it might function a little differently, but the main goal is always to allow the user to inhale a lot of smoke fast.

Why Are Bongs Better Than Other Methods?

In all honesty, they are not necessarily better, it comes down to the users' preference. You may find that you prefer to interchangeably move from bongs to pipes to joints or blunts, or you may find that you prefer just bongs for your smoking needs. One of the major appeals to bongs is that they result in a full, smooth hit, particularly compared to pipes or blunts which can feel quite harsh upon the inhale. Vaporizers are also an option for a clean tasting hit that can build in intensity given its compact design.

What Is A Perc?

Within ever bong is a chamber of water which is key to the effectiveness of the device. These are called perc (short for the percolator.) which essentially just means that when water comes through it, it will bubble. There are a lot of different types of percs, and they can be categorized a few different ways. At the GrassCity store, there are more than 14 available types, even an entirely separate category for the non-standard percs. More than likely, you’re already familiar with what is known as the classic perc; it kind of looks like a vase for flowers depending on what generation of human you ask, but even within that there is differentiation, such as honeycomb, circ, and tree percs. The key thing to know is that they assist in breaking up the smoke and filtering it through water, leaving you with that smooth hit you desire.

What Is A Bowl?

The bowl is the key piece of the operation and is the one piece that is included in all bongs regardless of design. It’s necessary because, well, that’s where the cannabis goes. The bowl is attached to a down stem that leads to the perc which helps the smoke flow upwards into your lungs.

What Is A Downstem?

The down stem is the little piece that connects your bowl to the rest of your bong. Some down stems may be equipped with something to add extra percolation to the bong. There are many different sizes of down stems so when it comes time to replace or upgrade your current piece, but sure that you know exactly what size fits into your bong.

What Is An Ice Notch?

These are sometimes referred to as ice catches and they are incredibly useful if you want to experiment with using ice in your bong. They normally sit a little bit away from the top of the bong but close to the highest percolator chamber. Many multi-perc bongs already come with an ice catch for that extra smooth cooling which results in gorgeous tall bongs like the Liquid Sci 8-arm tree.

Should I Use Ice?

The main benefit of using ice in the bong is to help cool the smoke so that your otherwise harsh hit feels easier to pull. The difference is that using ice generally results in a dryer feeling, which you may or may not like, so try it out and determine if ice bongs are something you’d personally enjoy. The important thing is that you do use an ice notch when trying this technique.

Are Bongs Healthier Than Other Methods?

Many people believe that bongs are healthier than say joints or blunts because they’re filtered through water, and water, as we all know, is very good for us. It’s a pretty big misconception though, as the bong doesn’t really change anything about the smoke other than making it feel smoother upon intake. There’s also no risk of inhaling ash with a bong like there is with pipes. Generally, though, if you’re looking to make your smoke experience healthier, that’s what vaporizers are for.

Okay, everybody. I hope you enjoyed this brief overview of bongs and bong structure to help you along your journey into the world of cannabis. In another post, we’ll detail things like genders of bongs, nails, whacky glass and other fun cannabis-friendly equipment!

The honeycomb bong is one that is available in numerous shapes and sizes. It has a similar design to a honeycomb because of the discs that are seen around the edges of the bong. A feature that many people enjoy about this kind of bong is the increase in diffusion. This means that you'll receive more flavor each time that you smoke along with a minimal amount of drag. Most of the bongs are made of glass, offering beautiful designs whether they are clear or have a touch of color added to them. 

The surface area that is on the glass results in the smoke being forced through the holes of the discs. A benefit of this is that you won't need to smoke as much at one time to get the same impact as you would smoking from a smaller bong or one that has fewer holes. The multiple holes in the bong aid in separating the smoke, filtering it so that you have a pure taste when the smoke does reach the mouth. There is often more than one chamber that holds water in a honeycomb bong, which aids in the filtering process as well. There are several designs of filters and chambers, such as a ring or a tree. The design does have an impact on how fast it takes for the smoke to reach the mouth. The smoke from a honeycomb design delivers a creamy texture that is smooth and enjoyable no matter what you're smoking.

If you’re new to the world of bongs, let us first say, welcome! We know you’re probably excited to learn more about these crafty, cool, devices and surely you are now wondering why it took you so long to try one out, but given how frequently terminology changes these days, we wanted to help you make informed decisions about your bong purchases and as such we have laid out the essentials for you below.

Before anything else, let’s dive into the basic things you need to know about bongs, and later we'll pull apart the pieces and describe their functions within the bong. 

What Is A Bong?

A bong is a device used to consume cannabis that is designed to cool down the smoke during inhalation before it enters into the user's lungs. There may be different types of filtration depending on the type of bong used, either through the use of ice or one or many chambers of water. Some bongs are designed to allow the smoke to continuously move through the piece for enhanced cooling effects. They come in a wide variety of sizes and shapes, and despite their similarities to bubblers, they are quite different.

How Are Bongs Used?

Generally speaking, bongs work by lighting the bowl and inhaling from the open area at the top. Once the chamber has filled with smoke, you remove the bowl as this then allows the chamber to release the smoke much quicker than other methods of smoking. As mentioned above there are many different varieties of bongs so depending on what you’re using, it might function a little differently, but the main goal is always to allow the user to inhale a lot of smoke fast.

Why Are Bongs Better Than Other Methods?

In all honesty, they are not necessarily better, it comes down to the users' preference. You may find that you prefer to interchangeably move from bongs to pipes to joints or blunts, or you may find that you prefer just bongs for your smoking needs. One of the major appeals to bongs is that they result in a full, smooth hit, particularly compared to pipes or blunts which can feel quite harsh upon the inhale. Vaporizers are also an option for a clean tasting hit that can build in intensity given its compact design.

What Is A Perc?

Within ever bong is a chamber of water which is key to the effectiveness of the device. These are called perc (short for the percolator.) which essentially just means that when water comes through it, it will bubble. There are a lot of different types of percs, and they can be categorized a few different ways. At the GrassCity store, there are more than 14 available types, even an entirely separate category for the non-standard percs. More than likely, you’re already familiar with what is known as the classic perc; it kind of looks like a vase for flowers depending on what generation of human you ask, but even within that there is differentiation, such as honeycomb, circ, and tree percs. The key thing to know is that they assist in breaking up the smoke and filtering it through water, leaving you with that smooth hit you desire.

What Is A Bowl?

The bowl is the key piece of the operation and is the one piece that is included in all bongs regardless of design. It’s necessary because, well, that’s where the cannabis goes. The bowl is attached to a down stem that leads to the perc which helps the smoke flow upwards into your lungs.

What Is A Downstem?

The down stem is the little piece that connects your bowl to the rest of your bong. Some down stems may be equipped with something to add extra percolation to the bong. There are many different sizes of down stems so when it comes time to replace or upgrade your current piece, but sure that you know exactly what size fits into your bong.

What Is An Ice Notch?

These are sometimes referred to as ice catches and they are incredibly useful if you want to experiment with using ice in your bong. They normally sit a little bit away from the top of the bong but close to the highest percolator chamber. Many multi-perc bongs already come with an ice catch for that extra smooth cooling which results in gorgeous tall bongs like the Liquid Sci 8-arm tree.

Should I Use Ice?

The main benefit of using ice in the bong is to help cool the smoke so that your otherwise harsh hit feels easier to pull. The difference is that using ice generally results in a dryer feeling, which you may or may not like, so try it out and determine if ice bongs are something you’d personally enjoy. The important thing is that you do use an ice notch when trying this technique.

Are Bongs Healthier Than Other Methods?

Many people believe that bongs are healthier than say joints or blunts because they’re filtered through water, and water, as we all know, is very good for us. It’s a pretty big misconception though, as the bong doesn’t really change anything about the smoke other than making it feel smoother upon intake. There’s also no risk of inhaling ash with a bong like there is with pipes. Generally, though, if you’re looking to make your smoke experience healthier, that’s what vaporizers are for.

Okay, everybody. I hope you enjoyed this brief overview of bongs and bong structure to help you along your journey into the world of cannabis. In another post, we’ll detail things like genders of bongs, nails, whacky glass and other fun cannabis-friendly equipment!

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