As more and more users turn to the bong, the range that can be selected is really varied. Bongs differ most fundamentally in their material , then in size , and finally, of course, in color.
When choosing the material, think about where your bong will be most often found and how much danger of breaking it will haunt it. There are beautiful and elaborate (but also fragile) bongs for thousands of crowns, which, however, are not very suitable for regular garden group sessions. In this case, a cheaper option, such as acrylic (ie plastic), will be better.
The advantage of the acrylic bong is undoubtedly its practical unbreakability, lightness, low price and an endless number of different designs. The disadvantage may be the relatively limited range of accessories for plastic bongs.
Glass bongs are then the most popular. Their price can vary considerably, depending on the quality of the glass and the overall design. There are even "unbreakable" bongs made of tempered glass. The advantage of this variant is easy cleaning and also the fact that no unwanted substances are released when using the glass bong.
A possible material for making a bong is also wood or bamboo . Bongs were originally made from these raw materials, today they are mostly replaced by other options. But that doesn't mean that a wooden bong can't be found.
Ceramic bongs will then offer a lot of original color variations and designs, a nice price and easy maintenance. Due to their compactness and strange shapes, they are a frequent gift for friends.
What about size ? It will depend on where, how often and in how many numbers you are going to use the bong. There are completely miniature, but not very practical bongs measuring only a few centimeters. The most common size is the range between 25 - 60 cm, and for extremist bongers, of course, there are also pieces far beyond this limit.