Check out the Bongsmart Single Hose Hookah
The Single Hose Hookah is the most traditional form of hookah design and it’s been popular for centuries, simply because it gives you a pure, smooth and full taste, every time. Whilst hookahs were originally hand made by artisans, the mass production of today’s hookahs makes them far more commercially available with a much greater range of designs. Your only concern is to purchase from a respected supplier, for example, Bongsmart, to ensure the quality of your hookah.
Features of the Bongsmart Single Hose Hookah
The Bongsmart Single Hose Hookah is made from iron, zinc and a metal alloy, as well as glass and polyresin. The bowl is a lovely deep raspberry colour, while the bright red hose is set off nicely by the silver colour of the stem base and ports.
Why purchase a Hookah with a single hose?
Even though hookahs with multiple hoses look pretty awesome, hookah enthusiasts believe that a hookah with a single hose provides the purest and smoothest quality taste when compared to hookahs with multiple hoses. One reason is because the greater the number of hoses, the lower the performance through each hose, as the same amount of smoke has to be shared between multiple hoses. Another problem with using multiple hose hookahs is that if one person forgets to cap their hose when they are not smoking, anyone else smoking from the same hookah can’t get enough suction to enjoy a decent smoke.
Many people also prefer to enjoy their smoke on their own without sharing with anyone else. You can share hookahs with only one hose, but everyone needs to use the same hose and mouthpiece, which isn’t always the best idea. So if you want a memorable experience, then a Single Hose Hookah is the way to go.
What to look for in a quality hookah
If you’re ready to purchase your first hookah or upgrade to a quality option, here’s our guide on what to look for in your next hookah.
You want your hookah to last for a long time and not be so fragile that it breaks with a slight nudge. So look for a hookah with a wide, round base and narrow stem leading up to a wide shallow bowl. You want a stable design that isn’t top heavy and won’t tip over easily. You also want a shaft that’s robust and doesn’t unscrew into different sections, because the thread will quickly wear away and then it’s no longer of any use.
The hose ports also need to be of a solid construction and welded, rather than screwed into the stem. The best and most durable hookahs have the stem and hose ports as one unit. As far as design is concerned, there’s no difference in functionality between the more traditional designs and the more modern alternatives. It’s simply down to your own preferences for one design or the other.