It definitely gets the job done but the bowl piece came chipped and the handle snapped off with little force
Glass is very fragile, be cautious when cleaning. Still usable without the glass and replacement parts are available.
I bought both this and the Aqua Lab Technologies beaker, 3 months ago and have used almost daily since then, cleaning weekly. Conclusion- they are both great. It is hard to tell from the website pictures, but the bubbler is much smaller than the beaker. The bubbler rocks and would be really perfect for dabs as well if you swapped out the bowl to a nail. I also own the Eyce silicone rig, and this bubbler killed it hands down. The silicone on the ALT bubbler is thicker, and there is triple diffusion, including the removeable glass. I also like that there is a glass connector for the thick glass bowl. I use a Grasshopper Vape with it, and the performance front end of my Hopper fits like a glove (thus I haven't used the bowl, but it is thick and seems large enough and sturdy). The much thicker silicone of the ALT piece means unlike the Eyce Rig 2.0, the ALT bubbler is not super squishy and has the strength to hold up my Hopper vaporizer. Other cool features- underneath the bubbler, there is a space to hold a dab tool and one of those round silicone dab holders (not included). Because of the triple diffusion (and I believe mostly the disk diffusion), the pull is a little stiffer than the beaker. But that is to be expected. And again, if used for dabs, that disc diffusion is going to really help. A great benefit is that you can remove the glass diffuser if you want something smaller and unbreakable. Perfect Party Piece. I highly recommend as a smaller piece and if you want to get into dabbing. (If you want the old school big bong experience get the beaker.) I have them both and love them both.