Collection: Straight Tube Bongs

At RockyGreenKing we carry a wide selection of straight tube bongs that range in size from small to tall, expensive and cheap, and every color you can think of. You might notice that our straight tube bongs selection is a bit barren, but we are working hard to expand this collection even farther!

On This Collection page you can browse all of our straight tube bongs for sale.

What Is a Straight Tube Bong?

Pretty much as it sounds, a straight tube bong is well... straight! These bongs have a simple construction which makes them very easy to manufacture. You will normally see much taller bongs in the form of straight tubes, although these bongs can also be made small as well. These Bongs are normally lined with a simple diffuser, although it is possible to go all out with: complicated percolators, ice catchers, and everything that makes a bong great.

What Material Is a Straight Tube Bong Made From?

We carry straight tube bongs in glass and silicone. Silicone bongs are super durable and will not break. Glass on the other hand officers a bit more cleaner of a smoking experience. For those that want to go out with borosilicate glass straight tubes, there is that option as well but those bongs tend to be more expensive.

How Do I Clean My Straight Tube Bong

Luckily these bongs are super easy to clean because of there minimalist design. Normal bongs can be harder to clean when there is excessive glass piping or if there are percolators to worry about. With these straight tubes, however, all you need is some salt and warm water - pour it into the bong and: shake shake shake! Until all the grime washes out.

Where Can I Buy A Straight Tube Bong?

You can buy a straight tube bong from your local headshop or from any number of popular online headshops such as rockygreenking here :).


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