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Search in excerpt I am always on the lookout for a new washable hose to fall in love with and the folks over at LuLava generously gifted me one of their own for review. Per usual, this is an entirely unbiased review. Even thought the items were provided by Lulava they don’t get special treatment and the […] After my latest blog post touting the merits of silicone in hookah accessories, I figured I should give you a look at a new product that I have been enjoying. This is the Palace Glass Hookah Hose. I was gifted one of these hoses to try out by and I think it’s worth a review. […]

Mya Saray makes a multitude of hoses in different styles. There ARE NOT washable hoses and should not have water run through them. The only company that makes cloisonne hoses to match their cloisonne stems.

Made by the Khalil Mamoon company known for their high end hookahs. Their bigger hoses are the standard for wide gauge hoses. Made in Egypt with many different materials to finish the hose including twisted cord and dyed leather. These hoses ARE NOT washable.

Nammor hoses are one of the many options you have when looking for an upgrade from the stock hoses that most hookahs come with.  Nammor hoses are washable and very durable.  As with all hoses there is an upper limit to the abuse they can take but Nammors have the advantage of being washable and […]

In a hookah, the hose is the part where we pull the smoke (dah!). It is one of the most important parts of the hookah that can greatly affect the quality and thickness of the smoke. Let’s start with some definitions: The gauge of the hose refers to the inner diameter of the hose. Hose Handle […]

A washable hose made without metal or leather. Originally made for One of the most popular washable hoses. There are multiple versions including the original Razan, Sultan, Abu Mahir and Raja.'s Facebook Page's Twitter Profile's Instagram Profile's YouTube Channel's Google Plus Profile's Pinterest Page's Tumblr Page's LinkedIn Page's RSS Feed