Zootly Glass Beaker – Tribal Bong
Created from extra thick borosilicate glass this is the bong of bongs!
The Zootly Glass Beaker Tribal Bong is 300mm high and has three ice pinches to catch ice!
Which makes it very nice for a cool hit! Also, it has custom design work by established artists.
Read more below – or just buy it now!
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The crew at Zootly decided it was time to create their own glass bong range. The result is the Glass Beaker Tribal Bong.
Conceptualised over many organic coffees from a health shop on Kloof Street. The team knew what stuff this bong had to be made from. Let’s talk about that quickly.
What Zootly’s Glass Beaker Tribal Bong is Made From!
If you’re a bong person you’ll know that you want the glass to be borosilicate glass. Also, you want it to be a thick girl. No skinny bongs here. For those who don’t know, borosilicate glass is special. It may come as a surprise by glass isn’t just glass.
To create borosilicate glass you need to incorporate two chemicals in high concentration, namely: boron trioxide and silica. What these environmentally friendly (won’t put anything harmful in our bongs) do is make the glass more heat resistant when compared to other glass. Which is a good thing since you’ll be light up this bad boy everyday!
For the eagle eyed user you’d have noticed that the Zootly Glass Beaker Tribal Bong has a rad design on it. That’s because we hired some rad designers.
Yep, when you order the Zootly Glass Beaker Tribal Bong you’re buying a piece of art, that you can smoke! The artist is Jonty Hurd who is all about creating work that pops off the page, or in this case a bong.
Now let’s talk numbers about this beauty!
This beauty is:
- 300mm high, and if you’re American 11″;
- Clear 51*4.8 tubing;
- Has three ice pinches;
- A clear ground joint;
- Clear down stem;
- And custom bowl…
We got these stats from the supplier. These are just jumble of words too many of you, but those in the “bong world” know what they mean.
Now all that’s left to do is place your order and get ripping! If you’d like something different why not take a look at Safari – here.