Oblako, which translates to “cloud” in Russian, is the fitting name for these bowls since they do do produce foggy smoking experiences. Oblako hookah bowls were initially made available in Russia in 2015, and they have grown in appeal ever since. They started gaining the affection of hookah lovers from all over the world, including the USA and Germany, in 2017. Oblako Hookah bowls are constructed of white clay and have been produced in Russia since 2016. These bowls are extremely sturdy and do not retain the flavours of previous smoking sessions. Oblako Hookah bowls are constructed of white clay and have been produced in Russia since 2016. These bowls are extremely sturdy and do not retain the flavours of previous smoking sessions. Although the Oblako brand is most known for its vibrant Phunnel bowls, it also produces traditional 5-hole bowls under the name Black.
The Oblako Tunnel
Phunnel Oblako bowls are available in S, M, and L sizes, enabling anybody to select the most practical and functional hookah head for their requirements.
Oblako Phunnel S: This bowl has an alien-like appearance and is just the right size for single smokers. The 12–15g of shisha that the Phunnel S bowls can contain with great efficiency allows you to fully appreciate the flavor. Medium-sized bowls of the Oblako Phunnel M hold 20–23g of tobacco for a satisfying 50–minute session. The largest Oblako bowl, the Phunnel L, holds roughly 25 to 30 grammes of shisha and is ideal for larger businesses. A big capacity enables you to consume more shisha, extending its usage time to an hour or more.
The Oblako-style bowls
Despite being most known for its colorful Phunnel bowls, the Oblako Company also makes classic 5-hole bowls under the moniker Black. Russian bowl of the size OBLAKO PHUNNEL S made of white ceramic and available in a variety of colors. In order to prevent molasses from dropping into the phunnel hole, it is crater-shaped. The substance used to make this bowl improves the flavor’s strength. Bowls are made by Oblako hookah bowls craftsmen from white clay that has been kiln-fired and traditionally protected with milk glazing. The bowls are immersed in pasteurized milk for 1-2 minutes after the initial fire in the kiln, and then they are allowed to dry. They are then put back in the oven. The hookah bowl’s longevity is considerably increased by the additional layer that milk glazing adds. Additionally, this helps keep the walls of the bowls from absorbing the molasses.