10 Of The Coolest Pipes And Bongs Ever Invented
The more that the legal cannabis industry grows, the more creative people are becoming. Here are the coolest pipes and bongs ever designed.
The cannabis community is a surprisingly creative crew. That’s especially true when it comes to figuring out ways to smoke and get high. People have come up with seemingly endless methods and techniques. And it seems like virtually anything and everything can somehow be turned into a smoking device. And the more that the legal cannabis industry grows, the more creative people are becoming. Here are 10 of the coolest pipes and bongs ever designed.
10. 3D Printed Bongs
3D printers are insane. You can pretty much print anything you want with these things.
And a couple of artists decided to use 3D printers to create some truly futuristic bongs. If you’ve ever wondered what aliens smoke out of, it’s probably something that looks like this.
The team of artists that created these super cool bongs consists of brothers Al and Saul Jacobs.
They got the idea while attending the University of Washington in Seattle.
And for them, it’s all about bringing together art and function. You can smoke out of their 3D printed bongs. But you can also display them out in the open like some sort of ultra-modern sculptures.
9. Pizza Box Pipe
Pizza company Push for Pizza invented the ultimate pot smoking solution.
They made a pizza box that doubles as a pipe. Now you can puff and satisfy your munchies at the same time.
Here’s how it works: The top of the pizza box has a rectangular piece of cardboard that pops out.
It can then be folded up into a cylinder shape. That’s the body of your pipe.
Next, take out that little table-shaped thing that holds the pizza in place during delivery. In this pizza box, this piece isn’t made out of plastic.
It’s made out of a heat-proof ceramic. That enables it to become the bowl for your herb.
Once you’ve got these two pieces, pop the ceramic bowl into the cardboard cylinder. Now load up your herb, and you’re ready to go.
This is some seriously genius weed engineering. The only problem: it’s not in actual production. But the design seems awesome, so hopefully, we see it come to life sometime soon.