The tradition of smoking hookah has come a long way since it origin in the 16th century. Its design have gone through many changes over a long period of time. Well, the hookah we are showing you today certainly have the most sophisticated design. Stündenglass is the world’s first gravity powered contactless water hookah pipe that is propelled by kinetic energy and one-of-a-kind technology. Besides that, it uses cascading water and opposing air flow technology to deliver an amazing smoking experience.
Stündenglass Gravity Hookah is constructed from high quality materials such as borosilicate glass globes and aircraft-grade anodized aluminum. The metal base is made from surgical stainless steel and Teflon seals. The water filtration is delivered using gravitation. As soon as the bottom chamber is filled with water and upper with smoke, the device is flipped. The water is pulled from the two-way aluminum steel upstem and the smoke is pushed out. Thus, in this way it provides a contactless experience.
The 360° rotating glass hookah is available as an entire set that comes with an aluminum hookah bowl kit and a glass bowl for flower. For direct draws, a 3-foot silicone hose is also provide with the kit. However, the 45° adjustable mouthpiece offers a balanced flow of smoke for contactless intake. The patent design of the Gravity Hookah is further secured by the 10-year warranty from the company.
The Stündenglass Gravity Hookah is delivered in a reusable craft box that comes with a handle. Thus, it can be stored and transported safely. Also, the glass globes are removable and dishwasher safe as well. This device comes with a price tag of $499.95 and will be available through Sezzle. It allows you to split your order into 4 interest free payments. For more information, visit the official website.
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