Why A titanium bong is the best choice for adventures
by Dan Gullbongs·
Does Titanium really make the world's most lightweight, indestructible bong?
Dear valued customers:
You have seen the DangleBong Titanium waterpipe and surely noted it's portability. No other bong on the planet is as lightweight and easy to attach to your person for adventuring outdoors. But is that the only reason that the DangleBong Titanium Waterpipe is the right fit for you? Surely not.
The DangleBong Titanium Water Pipe is designed to be taken outside and enjoyed in nature. If you are like us, you want to see these places stick around for long after we are gone. Buying something new always comes with an environmental toll, but here at DangleSupply we believe in products that will last a really, really long time. Meaning less things going to the landfill and never having to buy again. The resilience of Titanium is truly unparalleled and you can sleep easy knowing that this is the last bong you will ever have to buy.
You value your time outside, you like to go hiking, biking, climbing and all that. Let's be honest, we're not winning any world tours here, but it is always good to be conscious of what you are putting into your body. The DangleBong Titanium Waterpipe is made from chemically pure Titanium, which is one of the least reactive metals on the planet. That is the reason it is so often used for medical implants and devices. This ain't the aluminum can you smoked out of in high school, this is modern science at work.
In a world of increasingly overcomplicated objects, take a moment to appreciate the simplicity of the DangleBong Titanium Water Pipe. We believe in keeping all of our products as simple as possible, which means less complication for you when you are out adventuring, less cost to our customers and more elegant pieces built to last a lifetime and more.
Anyhow valued customers, those are just a few things to appreciate about the world's most beautiful, handcrafted, lightweight, indestructible Titanium Water Pipe. What did we miss? Let us know in the comments.
Dan Gullbongs, CDO