DankStop "Bubble Bumps" Pipe
Every detail of the Bubble Bumps Fumed Spoon Pipe stands out. The multiple glass bumps give the spoon pipe a unique feel that can also be beneficial. The raised glass bubbles can be found along the neck and around the head of the hand pipe. Depending on the size of your hands and fingers, these protrusions will help you keep the pipe stable when handling it. A dropped pipe is a headache for everyone as it is a complete waste. You waste time cleaning up the mess. You waste money with all the dry herbs that is now on your floor. And worst of all you waste your time. Each glass bump on the Bubble Bumps Fumed Spoon Pipe helps prevent any of these problems. A deep bowl can hold plenty of dry herbs for hefty rips. The carb hole on the side controls the airflow. Place your finger on this hole to accelerate the rate at which your herbs will burn. The hand pipe is about four inches long and is two inches wide at the head. Both the bottom of the head and the mouthpiece are both flat. This keeps the pipe from tipping over when not in use. We here at DankStop are always looking out for your herbs and wallet. Even though the pipe leaves our warehouse, we continue to care about it. Every Bubble Bumps Fumed Spoon Pipe is made with fumed glass. Choose the overall hue that is expertly blended with the fumed glass. The golden amber takes a backseat to the other colors when in darker lighting. Fumed glass is a very interesting material as it changes the more you use it and the light in which it is displayed. Watch the colorful changes while you enjoy the Bubble Bumps Fumed Spoon Pipe.
- 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
- deep bowl
- This pipe features a deep bowl to allow for a large amount of dry herbs or tobacco to be packed at one time
- 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.