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If you want to enjoy your smoke without worrying about breakage, then plastic bongs are for you. Acryl is a durable material that can withstand even the most enthusiastic smoker drops and spills while still looking great!

Not only does it protect against tars causing absurdly ugly stains but also protects our lungs from harmful toxins in cigarettes with its water filtration system so they remain healthy no matter what happens during use or who uses them afterward.

Bong – the word conjures up all kinds of images for most people. Some think of a water pipe, others an old-fashioned cigarette holder with tobacco smoke pouring out.

The bong has come along way in recent years and can be found as either a traditional smoking device or one that is used to vaporize different substances such as hash oil, potpourri, incense, oils and even waxes.

Acrylic bongs are the most popular smoking device available on the market today. They are also relatively inexpensive to own and operate as compared to other devices such as glass bongs or even ceramic bongs.

You can find acrylic bongs in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors and they are very easy to clean. If you want something that is not going to break when you drop it, an acrylic bong may be for you!

Smoking pipes were invented thousands of years ago by Native Americans who would take their tobacco leaves and smoke them inside a hollowed out log. These early water smokers consisted mostly of wood with some metal parts such as rings and connectors.

Later, these wooden pieces started being replaced with more durable metals like iron, steel, brass, copper and nickel which helped make smoking pipes easier to use and maintain over time.

In 1881, John Coughlin patented his “Water-Pipe” which was made from tin and had a small mouthpiece attached at its end. This design allowed people to enjoy the benefits of nicotine without inhaling copious amounts of toxic air.

In 1908, William Painter developed a method for making smoked cigarettes called “pork ribbing.” He did this by packing shredded tobacco into a tube he called a “cigarette holder,” then lighting up the top end. When the smoker drew on the cigarette holder’s side, fresh air entered the combustion chamber where the burning charcoal forced hot gases through the tobacco into the lungs.

It wasn’t long after that cigarettes became widely accepted throughout society. By 1920, there were approximately 200 million American citizens addicted to cigarettes. Cigarette manufacturers knew that if they could get people hooked on cigarettes, they’d become lifelong customers and loyal consumers.

As the popularity of cigarettes grew, so too did demand for better quality products. At first, many companies sold their products directly to retailers but soon realized that selling direct would cut down on profits. As a result, cigarette manufacturing giants like Philip Morris Company (today known as Altadis USA) formed partnerships with local businesses.

For example, the company bought land near factories to produce cheap wrappers for sticks of cigarettes while simultaneously buying raw materials from farmers. And since people always need places to go during hard economic times, stores opened specifically for the purpose of stocking cigarettes were built across America. Over time, cigarette sales increased exponentially.

Not surprisingly, manufacturers found themselves running low on space to store all those boxes full of money. Because each box contained only twenty sticks of cigarettes, it took up less room than ten cartons of milk.

After World War II ended, new technologies began emerging which led to further advancements in the field of smoking devices. People wanted ways to relax that didn’t involve furtively sneaking around like thieves.

So, in 1954, James W. Turner came up with the idea of using percolation to heat dried herbs instead of burning them. Percusion involves placing herbs inside a porous material like sand or crushed bark, along with a source of fuel.

Once lit, the percuser heats the substance until the oil burns off which releases aromatic vapors. Since percution doesn’t burn the herb completely, users still consume the active ingredients found within rather than waste the leftovers.

The next major breakthrough happened in 1973 when Alfredo Ferrer created the world’s first modern water pipe. His creation looked exactly like a water pipe except for two things. First, the length of hose connected to the head was about three feet long.

Second, the device itself was shaped like a cone with a conical filter fitted onto the bottom of the piece. According to Ferrer himself, he chose the shape because it produced smoother hits and gave the user greater control over how much vaporized liquid entered their lungs.

While experimenting with different designs, Ferrer noticed that adding another inch to the height of the water pipe reduced drag and improved performance. He added another foot to the total height and named the product “San Andreas.”

After becoming successful with San Andreas water pipes, Ferrer worked tirelessly to perfect his invention. Eventually, he released a line of high quality water pipes under the name Vaporgaard. Today, Vaporgaard remains one of the largest producers of smoking accessories in the United States.

Its success has spawned imitators, copycats and knockoffs galore. Some of the best looking ones include water pipes featuring bowls made of stainless steel, porcelain, plastic, glass and bamboo. There are also several types of acrylic bongs designed especially for beginners, veterans and anyone else wanting to buy an affordable way to indulge in a little hobby.

So why do people choose acrylic bongs in place of regular water pipes or traditional smoking glasses? Read on to learn what makes acrylic bongs great alternatives to smoking pipes.

What Is An Acrylic Pipe?

An acrylic pipe consists of four main components: the base, stem, slide valve and carb cap. Unlike other forms of smoking apparatus, including water pipes and ceramic bongs, an acrylic pipe does not require any kind of ignition system.

All that’s needed is a match or lighter. However, unlike cigars, no special care needs to be taken regarding storage. Unlike cigarettes, an individual cannot just throw away their acrylic pipe when finished unless they’re concerned about wasting valuable resources.

Also, due to the fact that an acrylic pipe contains clear tubing, the user will know immediately whether or not they’ve been smoking correctly. Finally, cleaning an acrylic pipe is extremely simple. Simply put a few drops of dish soap in your sink and run plenty of cold water through the entire unit. Then wipe everything down with a damp cloth and allow it to dry naturally overnight. That’s really all there is to it.

A Brief History Of The Acrylic Bong

While several hundred years old, the history of the acrylic bong begins with German craftsman Karl Fuchs. Back in 1790, Mr. Fuchs was commissioned by King Friedrich Wilhelm III to create a contraption capable of delivering pure oxygen into rooms occupied by sickly monarchs.

Using nothing but common household items, Mr. Fuchs managed to build a miniature generator that sent oxygen directly into the king’s bedroom. Unfortunately, this innovative project failed miserably because the tiny generator couldn’t supply enough power to pump sufficient quantities of oxygen through miles of hose.

It wasn’t until nearly a century later that another man emerged who might be considered the father of the modern acrylic bong. In 1910, Dr. Charles Jackson constructed a prototype for the world’s first water pipe made entirely from transparent material.

Called the “Vaporizer,” Dr. Jackson’s original model featured a single elongated cylinder topped with a semi-spherical cup located at its center. Users placed wicks made of cotton soaked in alcohol underneath the cups’ rims. Once lit, the flame would cause the wicks to catch fire and draw heated air upwards into the cylindrical portion of the Vaporizer.

Upon reaching the uppermost area of the tank, the warm air passed through holes drilled near the edges of the cylinder and exited through holes in the sides of the cup. Before long, a number of doctors and nurses began purchasing the Vaporizers as gifts for patients.

Their positive feedback encouraged Dr. Jackson to continue producing additional models. Although the Vaporizer’s appearance changed slightly between 1910 and 1922, its basic design remained unchanged.

Next we’ll discuss the various kinds of acrylic bongs currently available.

Types of Acrylic Bongs To Choose From

There are dozens of styles of acrylic bongs available on the market right now. Most consist of a large reservoir filled with glowing quartz crystals. Quartz crystal beads act as both igniter and heating element.

When exposed to intense flames or heat, these beads release electrons which flow towards grounded electrodes positioned on either side of the quartz container. During transit, the electrical current causes the quartz molecules to vibrate rapidly, creating radiant heat energy that permeates the surrounding atmosphere.

Inside a typical acrylic bong, the quartz tubes are submerged in fluid typically consisting of distilled water, glycerin or juice. When activated, the process produces thick clouds of highly concentrated vapor similar to ethereal marijuana smoke.

When choosing an acrylic bong, keep in mind that size matters. Generally speaking, larger bongs offer stronger hits. Remember, however, that bigger isn’t necessarily better. Sometimes smaller units pack more punch simply because of the overall amount of surface area present. Additionally, don’t forget to consider safety concerns.

My Favorite Acrylic Bongs

Acryl Bong Alien

Acryl Bong Alien, 77 Bongs

– Alien head design
– Assorted colors
– The metal downtube and bowl, mouthpiece ring, rubber grommet, and base are standardized bong parts
– A simple but highly effective bong design.

Height: 30.5cm
Diameter: 38mm
Color: yellow/red, clear, fluorescent/blue

Acryl Bong Double Colored

Acryl Bong Double Colored, 77 Bongs

The Acrylic 2-Chamber Recliner and Bubble Bong is an ingenious smoking device, featuring two brightly colored chambers to give it a cooler and extra smooth smoke, as the smoke has further distance to travel from the bowl to the lungs.

Both parts are sturdy with their own thick rubber base and are made into one piece by two tubes that connect each shaft to the other. It might be a little bit crazy looking, but it’s a hell of a lot of fun and the double-chamber really does provide a fantastic smoke.

Height: 31.5cm
Diameter: 38mm

Acryl Bong Double Colored

Acryl Bong Double Colored 2, 77 Bongs

The Acrylic Large Double Bubble Bong is a wickedly clever smoking device, featuring two separate chambers with a large bubble at the base of each.

One chamber sits atop the other, and they are joined only by two brightly colored tubes, which lead from the lower bubble into the upper bubble.

The double chamber effect helps give the bong a much cooler and smoother smoke, as the inhaled smoke has further distance to travel from the bowl to the lungs.

Both parts are well supported, with the lower bubble chamber having a rounded and removable base and the upper bubble slotting neatly into the top of the lower shaft. It might be just a little bit crazy looking, but it’s a hell of a lot of fun and the double-chamber effect really does provide a fantastic smoke.

Height: 52cm
Diameter: 51mm

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