The G-SPOT Glass Bong company was founded in Germany back in 2000. Their workshop, showroom, warehouse and shop are based in Wertheim in southerly central Germany, where glass has a long tradition and is well known as the most important city in the glass industry.
In Wertheim, you will find the Glass School and the Glass Museum, where you can have a go at blowing glass balls and shaping glass beads yourself.
G-Spot Glass’ solid bongs are made by experienced glass artists in this beautiful city of glass-blowing history and tradition. Whenever you should be travelling through the region, G-Spot Glass welcomes you for a visit.
With the Solid Tank Joint on many of the G-Spot glass bongs, they have developed a perfect solution for what is often the weakest point of a glass bong. They are extra thick, extra sturdy and extra tough, to the point where you can drive in nails and break planks with them (see the video below).
Always keep a G-Spot bong in your toolbox…
Laurence Cherniak is the author of the trilogy ‘The Great Books of Hashish’. The legend goes that he just dropped in on the G-Spot Glass crew one day, they all kind of got along, and then they cahooted on a few bong designs to produce the Laurence Cherniak ‘Leaf Series’.
G-Spot Glass went a bit further afield than people who visit them for their inspiration for the Aboriginal Bong range, unsurprisingly all the way to Australia in fact. It is not known if they toyed with the idea of a special Scott and Charlene design, but the result is some pretty interestingly unique pipe designs, vaguely reminiscent of the didgeridoo. Suddenly they were seeing glass, just the way it am.