There's a tiny green and brown lizard hanging onto the bottom of this Sherlock pipe's chamber for dear life. Even though the lizard pipe is mostly green, the lizard actually is very visible even next to a design on the chamber that looks similar to the top of a tennis ball or a very bright green eyeball.
The clear glass extends to cover all the pipe and comes with different decal colors. There's one closest to the chamber of the Gandalf pipe that looks similar to a hypnotizing ray, the one under it that looks similar to oil paint, and the one closest to the stem that looks like a Trippe symbol of King and yang.
Since the other colors are so spread out, it looks as if they could represent the outline of a country such as Jamaica. This pink Sherlock pipe gives off the appearance of a swirl because of its shape Although it doesn't have any cheetah prints or any kind of design similar to an exotic animal, the pattern is everywhere and unique to say the least.
This marijuana pipe comes with beautiful green and yellow colors with a touch of black and white. This long, red and white glass Gandalf pipe is relatively thin, but is very elegant because of its use of a single color and a lone darkened glass at the bottom of the chamber.
If you're looking to sport a Lord of the Rings look to your next marijuana smoking session, this glass Gandalf pipe is probably perfect for you! Also, this Sherlock pipe is embedded with all kinds of marble colors that make the “snake's” appearance even more mind-blowing.
Like all of Grave Labs' products, these Sherlock are sure to please! This is a squiggly, clear pipe that is similar to what a person taking their eye-ball out might compare to.
This simple but elegant Sherlock pipe comes in green, blue, or lavender purple colors. One of the coolest Sherlock pipes on this list, this piece brings out visions of the ocean due to its mixture of blue and green.
It also a cute little pattern of three dots at the bottom of the chamber that could easily be mistaken for a paw print. This particular Purr Sherlock pipe has a mixture of designs and colors ranging from blue, yellow, green, orange, pink, and white.
At the bottom of the chamber, there is even a few tentacle-like swirls which make it a simply stunning Sherlock pipe to behold! If you're into straightforward designs, this might be one of the Sherlock pipes that piques your interest.
This Sherlock pipe by Purr is another example of how creative glass smoking accessories are getting these days. This particular Sherlock pipe comes in a variety of accent colors but there's also a black stem for each of them.
Sort Featured Best selling Alphabetically, A-Z Alphabetically, Z-A Price, low to high Price, high to low Date, old to new Date, new to old When people first start smoking they will usually gravitate toward a smaller glass hand pipe.
After smoking for a while they want to upgrade to a pipe with water filtration. Going straight to an expensive bong from a cheaper glass pipe can be intimidating for some.
This is where water bubbles come into play. You get the water filtration like a water pipe or bong, but in a much smaller footprint at a substantially cheaper price.
Bubbles are a step up from glass pipes as they have built-in water filtration. Like water pipes and bongs, you put water into a bubble to help filter the smoke to make for a smoother smoking experience.
When smoking out of standard glass pipes the smoke will be harsher and feel stronger on your throat. With a water bubble, your smoke meshes will be more pleasant, and you will be able to take larger hits of your flowers.
Bubbles tend to be more compact than a water pipe, and cheaper than a bong. This makes them good choices for people that need to store their smoking pipes when not in use.
Not everyone wants a giant bong sitting on their coffee table. Bongs can be very expensive depending on how much work, and how intricate they are.
Standard Sherlock bubbles are a cheaper budget option that won't break the bank. For portability, water bubbles win hands down over water pipes.
Taking a big bong camping, canoeing, rafting, biking, hiking, or to a concert or festival isn't very practical. A water bubble can be put into a backpack or a padded pouch, and when you want to smoke you can use a small amount of water from your water bottle to have a wonderful smooth smoke anywhere anytime.
Once you are done you can dump the water out, and carry on with your activities. Most of the bubbles we carry will be priced well below a comparable water pipe.
You get the benefits of water filtration but without the high cost of the water pipe. In the unfortunate event that you drop your bubble, and break it you won't feel quite as bad as if you dropped a $300 bong.
There are many styles and designs of water bubble pipes. The pipes we sell are all made of Pyrex glass that is hand-blown one at a time by a skilled artisan.
They use a torch to heat up the glass tube and mold it into the final product. These glass artists use many techniques, and glass styles to make the finished water bubbles.
Some use inside out techniques where they blow the glass tube out and put the artwork on the inside of the tube, while others use outside techniques where they mold the glass tubes into a bubble shape and add the artwork on the outside of the glass tube. Some more basic bubbles are made of a colored glass tube with no additional artwork added.
, with some being made of a thicker tube that can be designed inside out. Scientific lab glass bubbles are rising in popularity.
Helix by Grave labs and Marley Naturals makes bubbles out of clear scientific lab glass. The most popular style of water bubble is a Sherlock style pipe.
The Sherlock pipe stands up on the flat base and is usually made of two parts. It gets its name from looking like a Sherlock Holmes style dry pipe.
The neck of the pipe angles back and makes for a much easier smoking experience. Newer styles of Sherlock bubbles have multiple water chambers.
With up to five different chambers of water, the filtration makes for one of the smoothest smokes for the price. Hammer bubbles get their name from the shape of the pipe.
The Water reservoir is usually a cylindrical shape, and the tube coming off goes into a tapered mouthpiece. Where Sherlock bubbles have an S-shaped tube for the mouthpiece a hammer bubble is typically a straight tube of glass.
Hammer bubbles are more stable when they are set down than Sherlock style bubbles. Sidecar bubbles are similar to hammers but the bowl and the water reservoir are turned to the side.
They function pretty much like a hammer, but some smokers like having the bowl more to the side than out in front. Scientific water bubbles are made of scientific-grade clear lab glass.
They can have attributed more like a water pipe, but still, be considered a bubble. They may have removable bowls that are either glass on glass or standard slide bowls that fit into a grommeted down stem.
Lab glass bubbles will usually have built-in percolators like bongs. Some of these bubbles end up being as intricate as a water pipe but instead of standing up, they lay down like a bubble.