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Hammer Bubbler

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  • $110.08 + Free Shipping Save 50%

  • Grav Labs Bubbler
  • Available In Your Choice Of Color
  • Branded Glass
  • Clear Glass
  • Colored Glass
  • Frosted Glass
  • Grav Labs Mini Bubbler
  • Hammer Style Design
  • Scientific Glass
  • X-Cut Diffused Downstem
  • Clear Glass
  • Colored Glass
  • Deep Bowl
  • Fixed Downstem
  • Thick Glass
  • Frosted Glass

Grav Labs really hit the nail on the head with this mini hammer style bubbler. This bong is available in your choice of blue, green, white, or black. The colored glass accents are subtle yet very stylistic, leaving the design sleek, modern, and eye-popping at the same time. With an x-cut style diffused downstem, the user is sure to get a smooth and clean hit every time. The main chamber sports a frosted Grav Labs graphic on the front for a little extra touch of flair. The mini size of this glass bubbler makes it perfect for discreet and on the go smoking. 

Features of this bubbler


This piece features sleek and clean clear glass that allows you to watch this concentrate rig or water pipe function. Clear glass allows you to watch the bubbles stack as your smoke/vapor percolates


This piece features beautiful colored glass accents that give it a unique and aesthetically appealing appearance. Colored glass is one of the many features that can make this piece stand out in your glass collection


This pipe features a deep bowl to allow for a large amount of dry herbs or tobacco to be packed at one time


The downstem is a glass tube that funnels smoke from the bowl towards the bottom of the bong. This specific type of downstem is fixed into the joint and functions as a perc by distilling smoke with its slits or holes


This glass pipe contains thick glass which increases its durability and longevity. Thick glass pieces are less likely to break due to their heavy glass construction.


A type of glass that obscures vision behind its pane, and has more traction on its surface. The process of frosting glass is achieved through abrasion, often sand-blasting.

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