Every bong comes with its set of attributes and if you are a dedicated smoker, you will understand the nuances that come with each of them. First of all – this Springer bong is exciting to look at and can easily spark conversations with its colourful palette. It is made up of glass and is covered with silicon – two of the best materials to make a bong with.
At 35 cm, its stem is long enough to give you smooth, clean hits that are not tampered by the material. The silicon coating gives the bong extra protection, so your interactions remain mostly hassle-free. A crowd-pleaser, it goes well with both novices and advanced users. Once in a while you come across a bong that simply makes you happy and chances are, you will feel the same with this one. A rather cool bong to hang out with, it undoubtedly leaves an impression.
Using tobacco products has been linked to a variety of illnesses, including:
kidney and bladder cancers
acute chest illnesses and diseases
chronic chest illnesses and diseases
lung illnesses and diseases
Women who use tobacco products during pregnancy expose their children to the risk of serious respiratory illnesses. Non-users, particularly children, can also suffer serious illness if they are exposed to second-hand smoke. Children exposed to second-hand smoke also have an increased risk of these illnesses, including:
reduced lung function, especially for infants
an increase in lower respiratory tract infections during infancy
impaired lung growth
the risk of developing more serious respiratory diseases in later life.