Hookah supplies and accessories

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Hookah supplies and accessories

Hookah Clay Bowls
Hookah clay bowls

We offer clay bowls in different types, sizes and colors, You can choose mini clay bowl, small clay bowl, large clay bowl. Special The Funnel/Phunnel hookah clay bowl, Triple head Clay bowl etc. All models made from high quality ceramics.

Hookah Vases
Hookah bases for replacement

If you broken your old hookah base, there is no need to buy completely new hookah! Just order an extra hookah base. We have all sizes of hooka bases, like junior, medium, large size. All hookah bases have unique design and made in Egypt. Bohemian glass hookah bases are presented also. A beautiful hookah base will always upgrade your existing hookah.

Hookah Grommets
Hookah grommets

Every hookah has a ring of rubber to prevent an air passed through hose connections. The silicon pieces that make your hookah smoke in a perfect air-tight condition over and over again.

Filters and Mouth Tips
Hookah filter

Hookah Filters are designed to absorb any tars, nicotine etc. They should make your smoking extremely harmless. Mouth Tips for hookahs keep the hygiene between you and your smoking buddies.

Miscellaneous Accessories
Accessories

If you need any additional accessories, check this section and find an item you need.

Accessory Packs
Hookah accessory packs

Hookah accessories packs. "Must have" items for every shisha smoker.



Hookah world news

Hookah Smoke Links Cleveland To Mideast / Arabs breathe life into old customs The hookah pipe, also called a nargile (pronounced narg-EE-leh), is a centuries-old smoking tobacco pipe that originated in India and became popular in Turkey in the 1600s. Today, it is a common item in households and coffee shops throughout the Middle East. And as Greater Cleveland’s Arab community continues to grow - a population of 20,000 in 1990 to an estimated 60,000 today - the hookah smoking is no longer the novelty it once was.
When Abuasi locks up for the night, he heads to a Turkish-style coffeehouse in a storefront at W. 127th St. and Lorain Ave. where patrons from the Mideast - Egyptians hookahs, Syrians hookahs, Jordanians, Palestinians, Lebanese, Kuwaitis, Saudis and others - toke together on long hoses over cups of thick Turkish coffee and Arabic teas.
"The first time, if you’re not used to it, it makes you dizzy," said Jordanian Mohamed Shean.

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