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Kick tube: The elongated kick hole

It is a question of faith: should a bong have a kickhole? Some people like the additional kick (which in most cases is caused by nicotine), while others hate the cough stimulus caused by the additional oxygen and the absorption pressure. There's

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It is a question of faith: should a bong have a kickhole? Some people like the additional kick (which in most cases is caused by nicotine), while others hate the cough stimulus caused by the additional oxygen and the absorption pressure. There's
nothing we can do - both opinions have reason to exist and thus also right.

bong mit Kickrohr
However, there are hardly any quarrels over the opinion that dirty bong water is extremely disgusting and that one can well do without this funky smell on your fingers or even clothes. This happens especially in the case of very low kick-holes, when an actually well dosed pull on the bong misses its target, and the water comes towards you. Or in the worst case, when you get overexcited and try to smoke a bong while lying down in a comfy reclined state.

Both mishaps can be prevented by bongs with kick tubes. The openings (the "Kickster" by Jelly Joker at the top of the picture) are pulled out considerably further upwards, so that splash water has hardly a chance to reach the fingertips.
Even more: the long attachment allows the pipe to be tilted considerably further than would be possible with normal bongs with kick holes. So bongs with a kick tube (and a slightly longer neck, in order not to be bullied again by gravity) are even able to be operated lying down. That of course is the summit of decadence - and that's the way we like it.
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