Sometimes, even simplicity comes at a price. This 17-inch beaker-base glass binger does feature an inline percolator as well as some sweet inside-out color work but for the most part is a basic borosilicate bong, which is why its price tag remains comfortably in the triple digits. Grass City.
This bong has no need for a percolator attachment because it is one. The 14-inch Electroformed 1 has a six-hole design and is partially electroplated with copper. Very avant-garde. Grass City.
This ain't your granddaddy's bubbler, I tell you what. This monster is seven inches long and a flower slide bowl in addition to its percolating qualities and dual marble accents. It's available at Grass City
This bong has icewater in its veins. Well, technically, it's antifreeze. The neck of the bong that congtains the coil is detachable, allowing you to cool it in the freezer before using rather than dealing with ice cubes. You can pick one up at Everyone Does It.
This is the sort of binger you take home to meet your parents or use as a formal table centerpiece. Its simply phenomenal craftsmanship is matched only by the enormity of its price tag. Available at Everyone Does It
Because why wouldn't you want to spend a Kia's worth on an automotive movie reference you can't actually drive? Take one for a spin at High Priority Glass.
Remeber that time Billy Ray's daughter smoked salvia out of a bong? Of course you do, riveting stuff that briefly united our nation. Well, that piece of glass recently auctioned for a stupid high price of $70,000.