Zanabaq Poly Phunnel - Ice

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Zanabaq Poly Phunnel - Ice
Zanabaq Poly Phunnel - Ice
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Zanabaq Poly Phunnel - Ice

Vendor
Zanabaq
Regular price
R 800.00
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R 800.00
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Art: Phunnel

Country of origin: Russia

Capacity: 18-22g

How is the Zanabaq Poly Phunnel - Ice bowl made?

The Zanabaq Poly Phunnel - Ice is handmade in Russia. The process of making this bowl is elaborate and ensures high quality. Each bowl is crafted with great care by experienced craftsmen.

What makes the Zanabaq Poly Phunnel so special?

The Zanabaq Poly Phunnel - Ice bowl stands out for its high burning temperature of 900 degrees. The tobacco is evenly heated, providing an intense smoking experience. The clay that the bowl is made of is of excellent quality, ensuring optimal flavor.

  • Unique designs - The unique structure of the bowls combined with the individually glazed tobacco glasss are real eye-catchers
  • Perfect fit for smoke boxes - all conventional smoke boxes fit perfectly on the bowl
  • Protection against contamination of your hookah - The phunnel construction reduces unrestricted leakage of molasses into your hookah
  • Suitable for aluminum foil - Smoking with aluminum foil is also perfect

How much tobacco does the Ice bowl consume?

The Zanabaq Poly Phunnel - Ice bowl has a capacity of 18-22g. This allows you to enjoy a pleasant smoking session.

Matching accessories for the Zanabaq Poly Phunnel - Ice bowl are the ONMO HMD - Silver and the Moze Phunnelplug - Wavy Frosted.


Dimensions:
Height:
 approx. 12.2cm
Width (outer diameter): approx. 7.7cm
Width (inner diameter): approx. 7.2cm
Bowl depth: approx. 1.1cm

Note: Due to the handmade production, the bowls may slightly differ in shape and color from the product image. Bleeding of the bowl cannot be completely prevented either. Therefore, these reasons do not constitute grounds for complaint!