Glass spoon pipes, smoking pipes and bubblers come in a variety of materials, shapes and size. Each piece as nickname that the smoker generation used to describe them. In the paragraphs below I will explain the difference of each pipe and their use.
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I must say that glass water pieces are superior to any other material. Water Pipes range in size form 5″ all the way up to 5 ft which is almost to big to hit. To hit a water pipe you light the tobacco with a lighter and as the chamber fills up you pull out the slide and inhale the remaining smoke. The slide is what you put the tobacco in. The slide allows non smoke filled air to enter the water pipe making it easy to inhale the rest of the smoke.
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4 Burning the fire evenly – The tobacco should continue to burn for that take in pulls from the pipe regularly in every 30 to 60 seconds. If the tobacco begins burning unevenly, use the flat part of the tamper again to even out the burn ring. The tobacco can be smoked until it is burned through three quarters of the way. If the last quarter is smoked it will be hot and bitter.
They are much more breakable. Since they are made of glass, they can be very fragile. Metal pipes don’t break. They are also much easier to disassemble and clean without the risk of a glass pipe shattering if it accidentally slips from your hands.