DankStop Fumed Bubble Chillum
Usually fumed glass is enough to set a pipe apart from others. This hand pipe takes it to another level with some intricate glassblowing. The Fumed Bubble Chillum has fumed glass tubing from end to end. Inside the fumed glass are green bubbles. This will turn colors along with the fumed glass. The residue builds up inside the chillum and causes new colors to form. Holding the Fumed Bubble Chillum in certain lights will also cause an effect. With the hand pipe's small 3.5 inch length, test the Fumed Bubble Chillum in various settings to experience all of its beauty. For a chillum, this pipe is made of pretty thick glass. Between the glass thickness and the flat mouthpiece, which keeps it from rolling, the chillum can be your go-to for sessions to come.
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Features of This chillum
- colored glass
- This piece features beautiful colored glass accents that give it a unique and aesthetically appealing appearance. Colored glass is one of the many features that can make this piece stand out in your glass collection
- fumed glass
- A type of glass created by heating silver and/or gold to a high enough temperature, which releases fumes from the metals. These fumes bind to the glass surface and produce a semi-transparent, colorful visual. The color will appear differently based on whether the light has been refracted through or reflected by the fumed glass before reaching your eyes. Over a period of time, fumed glass changes color because of the exposure to heat from the flame.
- thick glass
- This glass pipe contains thick glass which increases its durability and longevity. Thick glass pieces are less likely to break due to their heavy glass construction.
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