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Parts of a Water Pipe

Today we’re going to break down the basics of a straight tube water pipe – nothing fancy, just pure functionality.

Here are a few basic parts of a simple water pipe.

Mouthpiece: this is where you place your mouth and where the smoke is inhaled

Chamber: this is the tube in which the smoke travels to the mouthpiece, after your dry herbs are combusted

Bowl: this is where your dry herbs are placed before being lit and combusted

Ice Catcher: this part catches and holds ice in the chamber. Its whole purpose is to cool your smoke down before you take a hit.

Downstem: this piece allows smoke to travel from the bowl and through the chamber before being inhaled

Base: this is the bottom of the pipe which helps it stand upright without assistance

And there you have it, the parts of a basic, straight tube water pipe! We hope this clears up any confusion you may have had about all the features of your own water pipe.

Today we’re going to break down the basics of a straight tube water pipe – nothing fancy, just pure functionality. Here are a few basic parts of a simple water pipe. Mouthpiece: this is where you place your mouth and where the smoke is inhaled Chamber: this is the tube in which the smoke travels to the mouthpiece, aft