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Sarahnya

Grinder

Hi there. My current grinder doesn't get herb very fine.  Can you recommend something better that goes quite fine fir vaping purposes. 

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Hi, I'm sure you probably know it depends how dry it is too? Usually a brand new plastic one is good enough for quite a while. I'm still using a £2 plastic one and it grinds fine enough to vape with.

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If your feeling flush the newvape fine grind grinder looks really nice.

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Am I the only one who uses a coffee grinder with a stainless steel cup?

Depending on what I'm using, spliff, joint or vape I vary the texture by the length of grind.

And it's really good at stripping bud from those chunky stems.

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had my space case for over 10 years still as good as new. mind your toes though its a heavy fucker...

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Brill, I might just stick to mine then if no one really notices much of a difference :)

 

Mines just a metal jobby I bought for a fiver off if the market. 

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On ‎02‎/‎03‎/‎2018 at 6:31 PM, Gerfish said:

Am I the only one who uses a coffee grinder with a stainless steel cup?

Depending on what I'm using, spliff, joint or vape I vary the texture by the length of grind.

And it's really good at stripping bud from those chunky stems.

I use a small kenwood food blender/chopper, only cost £20, I wouldn't be without it.

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1 hour ago, SmokeTester said:

I use a small kenwood food blender/chopper, only cost £20, I wouldn't be without it.

Glad to know I'm not the only muck savage on the boards :P

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