There are many ways you can choose to indulge in your favorite little flower, and one of the most iconic ways of getting high is by hitting that bong. We all can see that image right now, and although it’s not the healthiest alternative, it’s one of the oldest methods out there. So if you’re going to use that bong, does size matter?
I wouldn’t say I like to judge based on something so trivial, but in this case, it does. You can either go tall or small. So what’s the difference, and which is the best option?
The more water, the cooler the smoke gets. So by choosing a taller bong, you get bigger water chambers, providing a smoother hit. That giant water pipe also allows you to add in more liquid flavors. You can add accessories like quartz bangers, bubble bowls, and down stems. Due to their size, they can hold more flowers, providing more giant rips. As long as you have a quality plant, you’ll get a high-quality hit. They also aren’t as prone to damage and are also much easier to clean. However, pricing can get pretty high for these big guys, not even your accessories. Going tall is more of an investment rather than a one-time thing. So when buying an enormous bong, get one you love.
One of the defining factors when deciding to go big or small can be price. Smaller bongs are going to be the cheaper option and are more discrete. If you’re planning a beach trip or a lake day soon, a smaller bong is much easier to travel with. However, when you go small, the hit won’t be as smooth. That is mainly due to the limit of water the chamber can hold and its inability to cool down the smoke. You also must remember that they are easier to break due to their size. Also, cleaning them isn’t the easiest. If you’re starting, you need something easy to carry and don’t want to spend much- go for the smaller bong.
If I’ve said it before, then I’ll repeat it. In this day and age, we, as consumers, can get overwhelmed with our options! However, it is better than having none. So if you’re thinking about buying yourself a bong, think about how long you’ll need it and what you’re going to do with it!