Many years ago I went into my local headshop to get a grinder and was told "buy our brand for 50 bucks, works better then the rest" Ha! 2 weeks later the outer metal was all worn out, scratched and would not even turn ffs! Now I only buy name brands I can trust lol
Santa sent me a nice little grinder, four piece, no-name, but seems very similar to Sharpstone. Anyway, just wanted to say how much of a difference it makes when it comes to filling either my bong, or my vape: much better overall buzz, flavour, even burns better! I was one of those stubborn A-holes what assumed (incorrectly) that hand or scissor cutting was good enough...boy, was I wrong!
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Originally Posted By: HalfBakedTeen
I'd highly recommend that you go for a no-name spacecase -esque four piece grinder from eBay. I've had mine for over a year now, and I still consider it to be my greatest pot-related purchase. Works like a charm, looks really cool, and I don't think I payed any more than 10 bucks for it all told. I honestly can't understand why some people opt to pay 100+ for the same deal.
The kief that eventually collects in the chamber is an excellent smoke, either alone or sprinkled on top of a bowl.
Pic of grinder, and product:
Four years on and this very grinder still works great. I use it almost daily, though I don't smoke quite as often as I did when these pics were taken.
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I have en el cheapo, paid 10 bucks for it at a flea market and I've been using it for a little over a year now. Anything contructed well should hold up for a while I can't see spending $50 on a grinder unless you just got it like that...
My favorite grinder is a salton coffee grinder . I bought one at home hardware for 11.99 . Only draw back is that you need to plug it in , but you can grind enough for 25 or more joints at a time . I like to have them all pre rolled so i have one ready all the time .