Mathematix 14 Inch Beaker Bong
This scientific glass beaker design by Mathematix Glass of California is built from high-quality borosilicate German Schott Glass. Featuring a 6-arm 14.5mm-18.8mm downstem diffuser, this clear glass bong comes complete with a male 14.5mm bowl and the ever-popular 3-pinch ice notches.
Mathematix 14 Inch Beaker Bong Features
- German Schott Glass
- 6-Arm Reducing 14.5mm-18.8mm Downstem Diffuser
- Female 18.8mm Ground Joint
- Male 14.5mm Bowl
- Ice Notches
- Choose from 3 designs with 3 different logos
6-Arm Downstem Diffuser
Mathematix Glass equip the piece with a highly effective 6-arm downstem diffuser. Each arm of the diffuser contains two slits to help produce optimal smoke diffusion. As the smoke particles separate through the slits, the smoke diffuses into a larger number of small bubbles, which in turn lowers the temperature of the smoke. The end result of this diffusion is a significantly cool and smooth hit for the user.
Mathematix Glass include the forever in demand 3-pinch ice notch system at the neck of the glass piece. Dropping a number of ice cubes down the tube, this forces the smoke to pass through the ice and delivers the user with refreshing, chilled hit.
Beaker Base Design
The beaker base design lends an added level of stability to this piece. The beaker base also allows for a larger volume of water that can filter and cool your hit further.
As the male 14.5mm bowl slide is removable, the user can easily insert their own vapour dome and nail. Converting this well-crafted glass bong into a dab rig for which you can use your chosen concentrates. Looking to turn this piece into a dab rig? Find high-quality vapour domes & concentrate nails in our extensive Dabbing section.
The best bongs in the herb scene are made of high quality Borosilicate glass. This premium type of glass is much more heat resistant than other forms of glass. This makes it much less likely to fracture when in use. The process of its creation involves the addition of the chemical Boron which reduces the material stresses caused by temperature gradients.