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Gas Mask Bongs for Cannabis Connoisseurs

Gas masks and bongs go together like peanut butter and chocolate, if you are a cannabis aficionado.

By Johnny HashPublished 7 years ago 1 min read

Gas masks and bongs are two favorite methods that heavy-duty tokers use to elevate themselves to the outer limits of their mind.

It was only natural that someone somewhere would combine both ideas, which is how so many cannabis culture products come about. As usual, simplicity works best. The combined products are steadily balanced, easy to handle, and require a minimum of maintenance—mainly keeping the bowl filled so you can maintain.

This is one piece of headgear with a name that accurately describes its function. The mask/bong combo makes taking a hit as easy as breathing, which comes naturally for most folks. A carburetor helps the process, and if one is well-coordinated enough to take a DEEP breath and hold the it at the same time, the result is a delightful bonus.

Milwaukee Mask was a small outfit that specialized in turning out various smoking apparatus in the 1970s. Designed to live up to their motto—"Shit what a hit!" They obviously spent a great deal of time in practical research towards the goal of maximum results with minimum effort. They were one of the first companies to commercialize the concept.

Naturally, there were skeptics who looked at new ideas with an "I-don't-believe-this-will-work” attitude, but sure enough Milwaukee Mask products were a huge hit back in the day.

Having tried many of these new gas mask bong products, my skepticism evaporated like the smoke in the air. I used each product weekly. On average after about six hours of testing a product I was able to function again.

So if you're getting a bit tired of hassling with vapes and pipes that don't deliver those brain bombing tokes, I recommend a gas mask bong. It may be a bit old school, but it is still "the shit."

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About the Creator

Johnny Hash

Born in Kingsland, Arkansas. Spent way too much time watching TV. Daily toker. Still in Kingsland, Arkansas.

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