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You may think of the bubbler as a scaled-down bong. It is based on the same principle: smoke is being cooled down by water to make inhaling gentler. However, the bubbler is smaller, easier to maintain and use.

Naturally, this comfort comes at the expense of size, meaning that bubblers cannot accommodate as much weed as a traditional bong. Still, it is a practical device that allows you to get a pure and delicate flavor. What do you need to know to select the appropriate type?


How to choose a proper bubbler

Do you spend a lot of time at home, or are you on the road all the time? There are two main types of bubblers: the traditional bubbler – essentially an upright mini-bong – and the small spoon bubbler – a spoon-shaped pipe with a water chamber.

Traditional bubblers are upright, with the bowl directly above the water chamber. They come in a classic shape and produce pleasant, delicate smoke. If you prefer the bubbler to be easily portable, you may want to choose the so-called “spubbler”. These spoon bubblers are a little larger than average spoon-shaped pipes. This is because they contain an in-built horizontal water chamber. You may take the spubbler along anywhere you go. However, setting the water level correctly can be a bit challenging.