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How Are Bubblers and Bongs Different?

Have you only just heard about bubblers and want to know more about them? Do you want to know if it is worth it to get a bubbler or rather just stick to a bong?

Do you have trouble deciding which water pipe to buy? Do you want a bubbler or a bong? Perhaps both? We’re here to help. In this article, we will talk about the basics of each type of water pipe as well as discuss some of its pros and cons. 

Which is better: a bong or a bubbler? This is a question that many people ask themselves when they are new to cannabis culture. If you are new to smoking and want to choose one to buy, this is what you need to know. 

What Are Bubblers?  

When it comes to choosing between a bubbler and a bong, you might be wondering how they are different. They look pretty similar and they both use weed to get you high. 

With that aid, although they have their similarities, they are quite different from each other, and some are better suited to specific needs and different people. Bubblers are relatively small in size and are somewhere between a bong and a regular old pipe. They are essentially a type of glass pipe and can be found at sites like DankStop. 

The biggest difference between the two products is that a bubbler typically looks more like a pipe than it does like a bong. However, it makes use of a water chamber, just like a bong, to cool down the smoke before it hits the lungs. 

What Are Bongs?  

When choosing your next kind of pipe, something you have to consider is a bong. Bongs are one of the older consumption methods and are a wildly popular choice, especially among those who want a quick hit rather than a full session. 

Bongs are relatively big glass pipes. They contain a water chamber, mouthpiece, down stem, and a bowl which is where the finely ground weed is packed. These bongs can range from really big, to just small handheld ones, but they all offer the same outcome, with a slightly different experience. 

They are most commonly made of glass, but you can find bongs made of other materials such as acrylic or other kinds of plastic if you are looking for something more durable. While bongs can come in different shapes and varieties, for the most part, pieces are interchangeable such as the down stem and the bowl. 

Benefits of Bubblers   

When it comes down to choosing the right products for you, there are pros and cons to each of these devices and ultimately it comes down to what you prefer. 

First, let’s talk about the benefits of bubblers. Typically, bubblers offer much smoother hits and you are less likely to cough afterward. They also are just much better tasting in general. 

With their small size and shape, they are easier to handle and much easier to use, and lastly, they are also much more durable than any kind of bong. This is because of their design and style, as well as their small stature. 

With that said, they have their cons such as being difficult to clean, as well as the fact that they don’t smoke for as long, meaning that your session doesn’t last very long. 

Benefits of Bongs  

Just as with the bubblers, bongs have their list of both pros and cons that need to be considered before choosing to buy one. When it comes to bongs there are plenty of benefits to having one or choosing one over choosing a bubbler. 

One of the biggest benefits is that they typically give you a much stronger high than any bubbler could do.  They are also much bigger which means that you can smoke for longer. 

On top of all of that, they are much easier to clean than bubblers are, and you can easily take them apart to make sure you get them spots before your next session. 

Last but not least, when it comes to bongs you have a much bigger variety to choose from than you do with bubblers. Not only can you choose between different materials, but you can also choose between different sizes that are best suited to you.



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