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Freeze Pipe Bong XL

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Product Description

The Freeze Pipe Bong XL combines 2 different percolators for maximum water filtration with the largest freezable glycerin chamber that's ever been put on a bong. When smoke passes through the glycerin chamber it's instantly cooled to a chilly temperature for a shockingly cool, smooth, and refreshing hit every time.

Water is nature's best filtration system. The base features both a Sprinkler perc and an Inline perc, providing more surface area for the water to interact with the smoke, instantly cooling and filtering out the harmful particles in the smoke. The smoke then travels through the frozen glycerin filled chamber for maximum smoothness and refreshment. The enlarged coils in the glycerin chamber offers better air flow.

Place the detachable glycerin chamber in the freezer for at least 1 hour before use, but don't worry, it's okay to leave it in there for longer if you want to store them in the freeze in between sessions.

Product Details
  • ColorsBlack
  • Materials
    Borosilicate Glass
  • Measurements
    17"L
  • OriginChina

— 18mm Bowl
— 2 Percolators Provide Maximum Filtration & Full Flavor
— Enlarged Coils Inside The Glycerin Chamber For Magnified/improved Air Flow
— Freezable, Non-Toxic Glycerin Filled Chamber
— Freezes Faster & Stays Frozen Longer Than Ice
— Glycerin Chamber Is Detachable For Easy Freezing & Storage
— Recommended To Place The Glycerin Chamber In The Freezer & Let Sit For At Least 1 Hour Before Use
— Includes Hemp Rope, Card Grinder Keychain, & Gift Box Style Suitcase For Storage

FAQ
How big is the bowl?

The bowl is 18 MM.

Can you put ice through the tube where you inhale in?

You don't need to as the glycerin chamber cools the smoke down much more than ice does.

Shipping Information
  • Shipping Availability
    Canada, United States
  • Shipping Policy
    Standard Ground Shipping
  • Ships In
    2-3 weeks
  • Return Policy
    Final sale, not eligible for return or cancellation