A few weeks ago, I broke my glass bong while cleaning it in the sink. It fell in slow motion then shattered in fast motions. It’s not the first time I’ve broken a glass piece. Won’t be the last time, either. Instead of reloading with a new glass bong, I decided to try a more durable product that had an added benefit. Enter the Bectar Silicone Water Pipe & Nectar Collector by Ooze.
The Bectar is a hybrid handheld device that allows me to smoke flower and concentrates. It can be used as a water pipe or a nectar collector. The Bectar comes in Scarlet, Aqua Teal, Chameleon, and Ultra Purple colors. I have the Rasta.
To use it as a water pipe, I fill the glass section with water, just above the percolator holes, and attach the top. Flip open the silicone flap, pack the glass bowl, and place a finger over the hole (carburetor) on the bottom. The Bectar fits in my hand comfortably and with balance and works best for personal or two person smoke sessions. It delivers a smooth but steamroller like hit.
To transform the Bectar into a nectar collector, close the flap and insert the titanium nail into the hole on the bottom. The Bectar comes with a glass dabbing dish that is wrapped in silicone. Heat the titanium nail and dab it into the dish filled with concentrates. Again, the Bectar delivers a smooth but steamroller like hit.
Another benefit of the geometric design is that it can be easily assembled and disassembled for cleaning. But because the titanium nail (or carburetor) is located at the bottom, the Bectar doesn’t stand on its own. So I place it in a clean coffee cup to keep it upright between uses.
I’m a fan of Ooze products, and Ooze keeps coming out with more new products. Along with the Bectar, Ooze sells smell proof bags, vaporizers, bubblers, pipes, banger hangers, trays, accessories, and more. For Ooze’s website, click here. Or find Ooze on IG and Twitter @oozelife on Facebook.
No doubt I’ll be reviewing more Ooze products in the future, but for now, I’m going to enjoy some flower…or maybe concentrate. Can’t decide.
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