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A close relative to the beaker, the bubble bottom bong is just as iconic as we have been specializing in the bubble bottom bong for decades as well. This classic style has always stood out and serves its beauty in its circular shape. Blaze1 glass has pioneered multiple colorways and designs to stand out from the rest and find ways to innovate the bubble bottom bong.
From our heady top bubble bottom bong, worked bubble bottom bong, inside out bubble bottom bong, seeded beaker bottoms bong, we have found a way to truly cater to the culture and industry creating beautiful works of art for over 20 years. This style of bubble bottom bong has been another one of the people's favorites. Bubble bongs have been proven to be a classic water pipe that is well known throughout the world and through time. Known for its features with a wide bottom that usually tends to be the people's preference, it offers more stability and enables the smoker to take huge bong rips. Bubble bottom bongs have been proven to be more sturdy than their counterparts, the straight tube. This prevents the likelihood of your bong being knocked over much lower with a sturdy bubble bottom than the straight tube.
Another big advantage of bubble bottom bongs compared to straight tubes is that they can hold a lot more water and more smoke in the base, allowing for larger, nice tokes. Bubble bongs also have plenty of room for percolators that you may choose to add extra filtration to your smoking experience. Certain types of percs simply don’t fit inside a straight tube water pipe, so the bubbble’s big base is an important factor if you’re set on using a specific perc.
The bubble bottom bong and its cute cousin, the beaker, as well as other non-straight bottomed water pipes, tend to have more variety and creativity in their designs, since there's more surface area to work with. Some designs include a lip, a ring, or a slightly more flared base to increase the stability of the piece. If you’re looking for a truly unique piece of glass, you’re sure to find one that incorporates a bubble bottom.