How You Can Choose Between A Water Pipe and Dry Pipe

People who are regular smokers often ask the same old question, which pipes are better – water pipe or dry pipe.

By looking at their nomenclature, it is easy to understand that water pipe must be containing water while dry pipes do not. Also, water pipes are always ranked much higher as far as filtration and notoriety is concerned, but dry pipes are simpler and more portable.

Let us now look at pros and cons of bongs with both water pipe as well as dry pipe.

Water pipe

Let us first try to look at water pipes first which consist of vertical tubes that are partly filled with water and are typically made out of glass. There are also few water pipes that are made of clay, silicon and acrylic.

Following are few benefits of water pipes:

  1. Cooler smoke

You will feel smoke cooler while smoking and those who cannot bear harsh smoke can easily take larger amount of weeds and feel the effects of smoking that many of you may be looking for.

2. Filtration

Water can also work as filter for your tobacco and herbs and many unwanted substances will be filtered out. That may motivate people to buy more water pipes.

3.  Modification

It is possible to modify these water pipes and have freedom to choose table top pipes, bubblers larger or monster sized bongs. This can be perfect for all kind of smoking needs.

Following are few disadvantages of water pipes:

  1. Cleaning

Though water cab filter can prevent any impurities to enter into mouth, but the ash may get deposited in the pipe which may be difficult to clean.

2.  Practicality

Larger size may cause water pipes to become less discreet as compared to dry pipes and partially remains filled with liquid that need to stand upright, which will make bongs much difficult to use.

Dry pipe

For smokers prefer dry pipes are also quite favorite and usually made of clay, ceramic, metal, glass or wood. They are also available in various shapes and typically have a bowl in one end and a hole on the other end for inhaling.

Following are few benefits of dry pipes:

  1. Simplicity

Due to the simplicity of these dry pipes inherently, it will be easy and quick to use. Especially for newbies, straightforward design of such pipes will help ease smoking experience.

2. Portability

Dry pipes usually are more discreet and compact especially one-hitters and thus making them ideal to carry and can easily fit into your bag pocket or car.

3.  Economical

Usually, dry pipes are economical in price and also in smoking habit. You will get thick glass steamroller, basic spoon bowl, carved out healing-crystal or beautifully sculpted as well as imaginative artisanal piece.

Following are few drawbacks of dry pipes.

  1. Harsher smoke

One issue with these dry pipes is that they are hotter, and hence harsher to smoke.

2.  Simplicity

Due to its simple nature or lack of filters, the biggest problem is that ash may get into your mouth when you smoke or suck dry.

People who are regular smokers often ask the same old question, which pipes are better – water pipe or dry pipe.

By looking at their nomenclature, it is easy to understand that water pipe must be containing water while dry pipes do not. Also, water pipes are always ranked much higher as far as filtration and notoriety is concerned, but dry pipes are simpler and more portable.

Let us now look at pros and cons of bongs with both water pipe as well as dry pipe.

Water pipe

Let us first try to look at water pipes first which consist of vertical tubes that are partly filled with water and are typically made out of glass. There are also few water pipes that are made of clay, silicon and acrylic.

Following are few benefits of water pipes:

  1. Cooler smoke

You will feel smoke cooler while smoking and those who cannot bear harsh smoke can easily take larger amount of weeds and feel the effects of smoking that many of you may be looking for.

2.  Filtration

Water can also work as filter for your tobacco and herbs and many unwanted substances will be filtered out. That may motivate people to buy more water pipes.

3.  Modification

It is possible to modify these water pipes and have freedom to choose table top pipes, bubblers larger or monster sized bongs. This can be perfect for all kind of smoking needs.

Following are few disadvantages of water pipes:

  1. Cleaning

Though water cab filter can prevent any impurities to enter into mouth, but the ash may get deposited in the pipe which may be difficult to clean.

2. Practicality

Larger size may cause water pipes to become less discreet as compared to dry pipes and partially remains filled with liquid that need to stand upright, which will make bongs much difficult to use.

Dry pipe

For smokers prefer dry pipes are also quite favorite and usually made of clay, ceramic, metal, glass or wood. They are also available in various shapes and typically have a bowl in one end and a hole on the other end for inhaling.

Following are few benefits of dry pipes:

  1. Simplicity

Due to the simplicity of these dry pipes inherently, it will be easy and quick to use. Especially for newbies, straightforward design of such pipes will help ease smoking experience.

2.  Portability

Dry pipes usually are more discreet and compact especially one-hitters and thus making them ideal to carry and can easily fit into your bag pocket or car.

3.  Economical

Usually, dry pipes are economical in price and also in smoking habit. You will get thick glass steamroller, basic spoon bowl, carved out healing-crystal or beautifully sculpted as well as imaginative artisanal piece.

Following are few drawbacks of dry pipes.

  1. Harsher smoke

One issue with these dry pipes is that they are hotter, and hence harsher to smoke.

2. Simplicity

Due to its simple nature or lack of filters, the biggest problem is that ash may get into your mouth when you smoke or suck dry.

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