Looking for another way to elevate your outdoor adventures?


Dangle Supply are carving a fresh niche for themselves with their Titanium Waterpipe: the DangleBong™.

We first came across the kit through their collab with hip US outdoor website Field Mag. The special edition came in a High Viz orange (so you don’t lose it lol), and sold like wildfire. Searching for more info, we turned up a predictably cooked About Us page and, to our relief, found out that the original DangleBong™ was still available.

And you can buy them in Australia! Which I guess is useful if you live in Canberra ¯_(ツ)_/¯

What’s So Special About the DangleBong™?

Weighing in at just 150 grams, the ‘waterpipe’ was brought to life after bikepacking stoners and owners Dan Gullbongs Jr. and Danny Gullbongs noticed the trend of bikepackers hanging titanium gear from their packs. What started as a joke product for a few mates quickly became a bonafide product, because we all know that glass has no place in the wild.

The kit comes with an ‘UltraSucc’ bowl that integrates with the rubber stopper accessory and stows it for travel. Set up and pack down will be easier than your next inhale.

Raw titanium is the preferred colourway, but our favourite is the blue speckle (not sure if this one’s available in Aus). Drawing inspiration from those old school plates and mugs in your camping box means that the DangleBong™ will fit right in.

To put the cherry on top, the waterpipe is environmentally friendly. The medical-grade, non-reactive titanium material from which it’s constructed is reusable, dishwasher safe, and 100% vegan.

So whether you want to blaze under the summer sun or go green on your next rainforest hike, the DangleBong™ has you covered. Just don’t forget the snacks.

You can order yourself one of these premium waterpipes over at Jambi Jambi, the Aussie distributor.


Editor’s Note: If you’re going to smoke, make sure you do so responsibly. We’re happy to suggest that you flout a law about smoking a plant, but when it comes to fire in the bush, utmost care is needed to prevent the wrong kind of blaze.