A hybrid water and dry pipe, our Bubbler's versatility offers the best of both worlds. This collectible standing glass piece is the perfect lifestyle amenity for an enriched smoking experience. The generously apportioned base allows for a large volume of water to be filtered, while its globe-shaped percolator assures a premium filtration effect. Exceptional design makes this piece a display-worthy object in and of itself, while removable parts allow for easy cleaning and maintenance.
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- Our black walnut wood is sustainably sourced from North America.
- Dimensions: 5.75” L x 1.75” W x 5.75” H / 14.5 cm L x 4.5 cm W x 14.5 cm H
This product may only be used with legal smoking herbs and may not be used with tobacco products. Smoking may be harmful to your health. This product may not be sold to minors. This product has not been tested by the Food and Drug Administration.
The bubbler is a water pipe to be used with water for filtration and a smooth inhalation. To fill the bubbler with water, carefully unscrew the bottom glass chamber from the rest of the piece. Fill the glass chamber about halfway with water (or just above where the percolator holes sit when the piece is assembled). Reassemble the bubbler. The dish at the top of the Bubbler is for packing your herb, and the glass tip at the end of the wood stem is the mouthpiece. To use, simply place your finger over the small hole on the side of the bowl and put your lips on the mouthpiece. Light the herb in the dish while inhaling to fill the chamber with smoke. This should cause the water in the pipe to bubble. If not, more water should be added to completely cover the percolator. Remove your finger from the small hole on the side of the bowl and clear the chamber.
Place glass components in a plastic bag containing 8 oz. of 91% isopropyl alcohol and 2 oz. of table salt. Shake vigorously for approximately 2 minutes. A quick pass with a nylon brush will loosen any remaining residue. Rinse in warm water.
Do not submerge wood component in any liquid. A nylon brush can be passed through wood to remove any residue. A very small amount of isopropyl alcohol can be applied to the brush beforehand without causing any damage to the wood. Over time, the wood will lose its natural luster. Applying a small amount of wood conditioner will restore the appearance of the wood and will also protect it from variations in environmental moisture levels. Warm wood conditioner should be applied so that it penetrates the wood grain. Apply liberally in the direction of the grain. Let sit for approximately 20 minutes, wipe off any excess, and buff gently with a cloth.