The Pleasure Point

  • $225.00
Color
Matte Black
Blue Lake
Vintage Speckle

A premium piece from Summerland's core lineup.

The Pleasure Point is a mid-sized bong that's sure to hit the mark with newbs and pros alike. While the body is more compact than Summerland's Chongo, Pleasure Point's bowl is just as generous. 

The bowl/downstem on these guys is hefty and fits snugly in with a silicone o-ring, ensuring air-tight carbs and clean hits. Fill with water, pack and hit it!

Colors
Vintage Speckle: A brand new finish with a vintage feel. Warm white with subtle tiny freckling all over - a departure from many contemporary speckle glazes that are bright, shiny white with deep black spots. The Vintage Speckle is also a silky matte finish to the touch, and recalls mid-century American Studio Ceramics surface treatments.
Blue Lake: Limited quantity. The hue is mesmerizing, pretty much a textbook International Klein Blue (unofficially): the deep indigo of Lapis Lazuli stone with undertones of electric violet. Love color? You've found your match. This gorgeous matte glaze feels like marble: cool to the touch and silky smooth. The finish on Blue Lake Chongos shows a classic subtle crackle glaze effect when wet.
Matte Black: This gorgeous glaze feels like marble: cool to the touch and silky smooth. We're pretty much obsessed.

Alcove recommends pouring out the water after every session (or as soon as you remember) to minimize odor. Easy to clean with isopropyl alcohol + salt, warm water + natural dish soap, or one of our recommended cleaners: Double Claire or Resinate.

10"H x 4.5"W

Made with the finest lead-free, food-safe glaze and ceramic, and a high-grade silicone grommet to ensure clean hits and airtight carbs, every time. Back in stock after a long production delay due to you-know-what.

Summerland Ceramics was founded in San Francisco by designer Liam Kaczmar as an escape from a soul-sucking advertising job and has blossomed into the cult-favorite smokeware brand it is today. Summerland uniquely combines the new and the old with its innovative use of 3-D printing technology during the design phase and its use of traditional casting expertise at two long-running California production sites to create the finished product.

Summerland Ceramics was founded in San Francisco by designer Liam Kaczmar as an escape from a soul-sucking advertising job and has blossomed into the cult-favorite smokeware brand it is today. Summerland uniquely combines the new and the old with its innovative use of 3-D printing technology during the design phase and its use of traditional casting expertise at two long-running California production sites to create the finished product.