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Glass Spoon Pipe - Bubble Bumps

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Product SKU: DS-SP12-Y

The quirky, colorful, and bumpy Bubble Bumps Spoon Pipe is the perfect little pipe to use for smoking your herb on the go. The pipe's beautiful fumed glass changes color when the pipe heats up. And the longer you use the pipe, the more unique its appearance becomes thanks to the fumed glass used when creating this piece. 

The raised glass bubbles on this pipe do more than look cool. They also ensure you get a comfortable, secure grip. This glass spoon pipe has a carb hole on the side for you to control airflow. At about 4 inches long and 3 inches wide, this pipe fits comfortably in your hand and slips easily into your pocket. 

Available in pink and yellow and priced low, you can pick up a Bubble Bumps pipe for yourself and one to give as a gift. This glass spoon pipe smokes like a dream and holds plenty of dry herb in its generous deep bowl. 

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"Awesome looking little pipe! As soon as my schedule opens up I'm gonna give it a try. Stand by, I'll let you know."

- Margot J. Verified Buyer


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Highlights

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  • color_pink
  • color_yellow
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  • design_spoon
  • diameter_25mm
  • diameter_28mm
  • feature_thick glass
  • for use with_dry herb
  • Fulfilled by Crowdship
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  • length_4
  • made in_india
  • material_glass
  • mouthpiece_flared
  • mouthpiece_flat
  • Spoon
  • thickness_5
  • thickness_7
  • type_bong
  • type_hand-pipe
  • width_2

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How It's Made
Glass Spoon Pipes

Despite their straightforward nature, making hand pipes requires a large amount of training and experience. Glass artists start with a tube about four inches long and decorate it with a variety of techniques such as fuming, linework, etc. Next the artist starts to create the shape of the pipe by stretching the neck and forming the mouthpiece. The artist then carefully blows into the end of the tube to expand the glass and shape the bowl. They then push the bowl and pop the carb before placing it in the kiln to finish!