What Makes the Studenglass Gravity Bong Unique?
The Studenglass Gravity Bong doesn’t run on a battery, motor, or plug. Instead, it uses pure gravity of the 180th-degree rotation and pushes the smoke out by itself. You don’t have to share a mouthpiece, which is great for flu season and the current coronavirus risks. It’s also perfect if you’re in a mandatory quarantine with the virus. Just be sure to clean and sanitize it afterward.
The other thing that’s so great about it is that the user can control the tilt. This means that you can work from any angle that works for you. However, if you’re using shisha or something that requires coals to burn, a partial turn is best. It’s the best for keeping your coals lit and your suction rich.
The cool cannabis pipe also doesn’t leave much room for spillage or holes.
The potency and strength of the smoke depends on how far you rotate the bong. You can also control the amount of smoke that you inhale that way.
How is the New Studenglass Different?
The new version has not lost the appearance of the original. It is made from aircraft-grade aluminum, stainless steel, Teflon seals, and silicate glass. The above materials are what ensure the new beautiful durability, preventing it from easily cracking and spilling.
Both versions are designed to make your smoke smooth but powerful. Both versions are designed for contactless smoke. The Studenglass is many steps up from the old DIY bongs in which the water used to turn brown and make a lot of people nauseous.
How to Use
1.To fill, rotate making sure that the glass globes are standing in a vertical direction to the base.
2.Turn it counterclockwise to unscrew.
3.Fill the bottom globe with water to the edge. Make sure you don’t overdo it. Wipe down the threads with a paper towel or a dry clothe.
4.Make sure that the rubber seal is still in place and screw the lid back on clockwise.
5.Choose your bowl and smoke materials.
6.Rotate in either direction by getting the top globe to the bottom.
7.When the water starts to drain, ignite the bowl until gravity takes over. The water makes for a slow steady draw, depending on your globes’ angle. Just be careful not to make the mistake that Seth Rogan did and light too much or your smoke will be too dense and it could cause a coughing fit.
8.When your top chamber is fully drained, rotate it again to have the remainder of the smoke forced out. If you want to pause your smoking session, simply rotate the globes into a parallel position.
Seth Rogan, the Canadian-American actor, and comedian posted a video of himself testing the new cool cannabis pipe on his Instagram account. It went viral overnight. It consists of him trying the bong and then going into a coughing fit for 25 minutes, which makes his wife laugh. It was one of the first demonstrations of the degree of the potency of the Studenglass.
Here is a link to a video of Seth using his infamous piece!