It is illegal to sell tobacco products to a person under 18 and it is illegal to purchase a tobacco product for use by a person under 18
It's illegal to sell tobacco products to a person under 18 and it is illegal to purchase a tobacco product for use by a person under 18

Large Glass Cone Piece x 5

$19.99

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SKU: cone t1723 large glass s Category:

Description

 Simply put, a cone piece is commonly used for smoking mixes of tobacco and marijuana. Fun times!  In focus right now is this cool glass cone piece with a large build, allowing you to put quite an amount to light up! A tidy little piece, it can be used by anybody – the novice and the experienced. Use it solo or share it with your friends, it is easy to move it around.

 It has a classic, easy design that just works. Glass makes it supe easy for you to check for gunk accumulation and clean it out as required. Low maintenance – now, who does not like that? The thickness of the glass is just right where it is both durable and not too heavy. When you want to shake things up a little, just grab this cone and hit your bong, and we both know it will end happily. To good times! 

Contains 5 pieces

PRODUCT PRICES INCLUDE ALL TAXES

Using tobacco products has been linked to a variety of illnesses, including:

  • lung cancer
  • throat cancer
  • pancreatic cancer
  • stomach cancer
  • kidney and bladder cancers
  • acute chest illnesses and diseases
  • chronic chest illnesses and diseases
  • lung illnesses and diseases
  • stomach ulcers.

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.