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Bubblers for Concentrates

Bubblers for Concentrates: Enhancing Your Experience with Flavorful and Smooth Hits

Cannabis enthusiasts can never run out of options to consume concentrates. From bongs to steamrollers to one-hitters, the list goes on. However, you must try out bubblers to take your smoking experience up a notch.

If you’re a fellow green stuff lover, it’s unlikely you’re hearing of the bubble pipe for the first time. In case you haven’t, you should; they are a new craze all around, especially for concentrates. It doesn’t just get you high but offers you a new taste profile, enhancing your overall experience of the hit. 

In this blog, we take you on a journey of bubblers. Let’s understand what difference they can make to your smoking experience, their types, and how you can choose the right bubble type - 

Introduction to the Flavourful World of Bubblers for Concentrates

Some substances are experienced best when they are consumed with the right tool. And the pairing of bubblers and concentrates is made in heaven. 

But wait, what are concentrates? Let’s get to know - 

What are Concentrates? 

The cannabis industry keeps coming up with new ways to make cannabis more enjoyable for people. Concentrates are one of the most popular ways. 

Concentrates are cannabis extracts made from concentrated cannabinoids and terpenes found in the plant. Its process changes its consistency and enhances the potency, flavor, and aroma. People can consume it via a vape pen, dab rig, tincture, or bubbler, or can eat it as an edible.

Since the extraction process removes the plant material from the substance, the concentrated effect makes you experience higher THC levels. A sweet deal for the smoothest hits, isn’t it?

What are Bubblers?

Now, moving to the star of our blog - bubblers!

In the fascinating realm of smoking tools, bubblers lie somewhere in the middle of a bong and pipe. They come with a mouthpiece, bowl, stem, and water chamber and thus, feel similar to bongs. But they also come with a fixed, non-removable mouthpiece, along with a carb. It makes them more like pipes. These bubbler pipes or bubbler bongs are like a combination of traditional dry pipes and water pipes that offer an exciting smoking experience. 

A bubbler works very much like a water pipe. You have to add the water to the bubbler and load the bowl with concentrates. Once you light it, the smoke travels into the water chamber, then travels up to the stem and into your mouth. 

Benefits of Using Bubblers for Concentrates 

Enhances Flavor

With bubblers, you get to experience the nuanced taste of your concentrates. The tool adds no chemicals, preserving the delicate flavors of your stuff. You can taste the concentrate in its best flavor whether you pick a water bubble or a bubble bong


Bubblers are small and compact. You can carry them to your night outs and trips to make your nights memorable with your friends or date. Since it does not have a bulky setup, it’s easier to carry it discreetly and conveniently. However, be cautious while using glass bubblers as they can break easily. 

Suitable for All

Are you a beginner looking for a method that offers the ease of smoking? Or someone who wants smoother hits than traditional dab rigs can offer? Either way, bubblers are user-friendly for everyone. Novices and experienced smokers can use them alike as they have zero to no maintenance. 

Types of Bubblers for Concentrates 

Hammer Bubbler

As the name suggests, hammer bubblers are shaped like a hammer. With a flat bottom and elongated mouth, they can rest stably on a flat surface. Their shape makes them comfortable to use and hold.

Sherlock Bubbler

Inspired by Sherlock Holmes’ tobacco pipe, Sherlock bubblers look like hammer bubblers. However, they are curved into an ‘S’ shape with a curved stem and a bowl at the end. If you’re a Sherlock fan or would love to play detective while enjoying your smokes, this one is a must-buy.

Sidecar Bubbler

Sidecar bubblers vary from other bubblers as they have a unique design. Its mouthpiece is at the side of the water chamber. It’s a brilliant design, as you won’t get any water splashes while inhaling. If you want a mess-free smoking experience, try it.

Double Bubbler

As the name goes, double bubblers come with two chambers and not one. If you’re wondering why, it’s for smoother hits. You see, it has two percolators, which means double filtrations. So be ready for an extra-clean and cool hit of flavor with double bubblers.

Glass Bubbler

Glass bubblers are the closest thing to bubbler bongs. They come with a removable bowl where you can place your concentrates. A lot of them also come with a carb hole.

How to Choose the Right Bubbler for Concentrates?

There’s a bubbler for everyone. Here’s how you can choose the perfect bubble bong for yourself - 

Size Matters!

Bubblers come in all shapes and sizes. Determine where you would like to use your bubbler the most. If you want a permanent home setup, large bubblers with big filtrations are a good option. However, if you are planning to carry the bubbler around, pick a compact one with a small filtration. 

Stick to a Budget

You don’t want to break the bank while buying a bubbler. So, determine your budget and choose a bubbler accordingly. The price varies depending on the material, quality, colors, and designs. 

Prioritize Compatibility

What type of concentrate do you prefer - oil, wax, or shatter? Not every bubble is compatible with every kind of concentrate. Also, choose whether you want a silicone, glass, or acrylic bubbler. 


If you’re a cannabis lover and want to have the best experience while smoking the concentrates, a bubbler will win your heart. With this beautiful and elegant smoking device, you can say goodbye to the harsh smoking experience and embrace flavorful puffs. 

Badass Glass is a wonderland for all concentrate lovers. We have bubblers in all shapes, sizes, colors, and materials. From the Pink Double Bubbler with Gold Fume to the Skull Bubbler by SWRV Glass, we stock fascinating and affordable picks on our marketplace. Explore and shop now!
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