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Percolator Bongs

Function of percolator glass bongs:

Percolators make the major difference in choosing a bong. A percolator bong (also known as a "perc") takes filtration a step further to create the smoothest hits of all. They work by forming tiny bubbles as the smoke passes through, which give the water more surface area to interact with the smoke.
Water is a polar molecule, so it will attract to other polar contaminants found in the smoke and filter them away from the substance you’re ultimately trying to inhale. The more surface area the water has to interact with the smoke, the more it will filter out all of junk and leave you with the smoothest vapor for inhaling. ShareBongs have many kinds of best percolator bongs for sale!

Common styles of percolator bongs:

1. Diffused Downstem Percolator Bongs
This is the most basic of perc types, and can be fixed in the construction of the bong or removable. They look like a vertical pipe extending from the bowl piece joint fixture, with slits at its base. The base of the downstem sits under the water and cools the smoke as it flows from the bowl and up through the top of the bong.
2. Inline Percolator Bongs
The inline percolator can deliver a diffused and powerful hit that most smokers want. It is a horizontal tube with numerous slits in it. The more slits the inline perc has, the more diffusion it creates when the air, smoke, and the bubbles are moving through each slit.
3. Honeycomb Percolators Bongs
Honeycomb percolators are arguably among the most sought after percs — and for good reason. These percs feature flat discs, usually more than one, studded with a bunch of tiny holes (hence the name). They're typically found in straight tube bongs stacked directly above one another to create additional chambers for the smoke to pass through.
4. Showerhead Percolator Bongs
These percs utilize a tube connected to the main chamber, that pulls smoke up and through a larger tube, and then pushes it down and out of a round base with slits or holes of varying sizes to maximize diffusion. It’s easy to recognize as it looks just like a showerhead!
5. Tree Percolator Bongs
You can easily say that the tree percolator looks exactly as the name describes. With multiple tubular arms full of little slits, they branch out and actually look like a tree. It connects at the top and air comes up from below and is forced into the central tube and down through each of the arms. This creates a crazy amount of small bubbles. The tree perc is one of the more delicate percs and can be more easily broken.
6. Swiss Percolator Bongs
When it comes down to a percolator with the weirdest, wildest design, it has to be the Swiss perc. Bongs featuring this percolator can look like they were victims of a barrage of bullets, with holes throughout. But these holes are actually the percolator part! Air is forced around these holes, filtering smoke without creating any drag on your pull. They’re functional and stylish, and definitely one of our faves.
7. Turbine Percolator Bongs
Commonly paired with a honeycomb due to it's disc shape, turbine percs are slabs of glass that feature slits around the edges. When you inhale, it creates a visually appealing whirlpool as water and bubbles are pulled through it. Basically, these percs diffuse your hit and also look super dope.
8. Coil Percolator Bongs
If you really like a percolator that has a very interesting and scientific look, you might choose the coil percolator. Unlike other percs that are only made one way, the coil perc actually comes two different ways. The glass coil percolator that diffuses as you think it would, However, a glycerin coil percolator can be frozen so that you can get a really icy cool toke.
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