So you want to get into the wondrous world of glass pipes but haven't the slightest clue where to begin? Well I'm sure it can be quite overwhelming with so many choices out there all over the internet, but don't worry Fat Buddha Glass is here to help!

The first thing you need to consider is what you're looking to get out of your piece. Are you always on the go and looking to take your piece with you? Then you should consider either and hand pipe or a bubbler as they tend to be much smaller than most water pipes. If portability isn't a factor for you then keep on truckin' to the next piece of this guide!

The next thing you want to consider is how often are you planning on using your piece? If you plan on getting heavy/daily use out of your piece we reccomend exploring our water pipes. Water pipes cool down the smoke and allow for a much less harsh hit that's way easier on your lungs. Bubblers also offer this but with less percolation it's not quite on the same level as a water pipe. If you're just looking for a casual use pipe then your normal hand pipe will do the trick!

Another thing to consider is durability, if you're clumsy like I am or you have mischievous pets you may want to consider getting a pipe that's extra thick. While they tend to be a little more on the expensive side you'll thank yourself when it hits the ground and doesnt break!

Finally it really comes down to personal preference, I will pick a water pipe over anything else every day of the week but plenty of people prefer the feel and hit of a hand pipe/bowl over a water pipe. If you really can't decide try your luck with a bubbler and see which you prefer!

You really can't go wrong with any glass pipes. They all offer an enjoyable smoking experience sure to leave you happy with your new piece.

Happy smoking!

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