After so many years of being on the market, the standard Vortex bowl has received a slight upgrade, we present to you the Vortex 1.5 bowl. Currently the Vortex bowl serves as the next step from an Egyptian bowl, these bowls brought in a new form of air flow to its users. Similar to a Phunnel bowl, the vortex bowls feature a central spire but this portion contains no vertical air channels. Instead the Vortex bowl features 4 symmetrical holes for airflow, and one flare opening at the underside. If you want to see more of a comparison with the phunnel bowls, check out our blog on the differences between the Vortex and Phunnel Bowls
The Vortex 1.5 bowl contains a 3 inch diameter
, with a height of 3.25 inches
. Depending on your tobacco of choice and smoking preference, you should have no problem loading around 20-25 grams
of shisha inside this bowl. This bowl can be used in combination with the Flavor Saver
, or just good ole' tin foil
If you have never gone through the process of loading a Vortex bowl, don't worry it's about as simple as an Egyptian bowl. The standard Vortex bowl will utilize a sprinkle pack method, and this will allow for an even cook throughout your session. Since the 1.5 contains larger holes you can still use a sprinkle method, just make sure that there is no loose tobacco covering any of the air channels. In the test session that we've had with the vortex 1.5 bowl, the sprinkle method worked great but adding a little more shisha while applying some pressure away from the spire created remarkable sessions.
Because the bottom opening on the Vortex Hookah Bowl is slightly larger than most traditional bowls, it's recommended to use a thick Mod Bowl Grommets
for the best fit for your hookah.
You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase this product.