If you’re on the lookout for an awesome herb grinder to add to your collection, the GrindeROO 4-Piece Metal Herb Grinder is going to leave you feeling super impressed!
One of the first Aussie-designed grinders to hit the market, the GrindeROO was created with the herb connoisseur in mind and features optimized zinc ion and stainless steel teeth that shred your herb to the perfect size for consumption!
Whereas most grinders come with a minute micron screen for pollen collection, the ROO has a wider screen which is awesome for collecting your dusties!
In the past with other grinders, you’ve likely experienced sticky lid, where your teeth become too stuck together to crush even the crispiest herb.
The GrindeROO’s stick-free stainless steel teeth and ergonomic top-and-bottom design mean you’ll be crushing your herbs for years to come.
Grab yourself a GrindeROO and get grinding today!
How to Use a Grinder
Step 1: Take off the top lid. Use your fingers to break bigger buds up and place them in between the grinder’s teeth. Don’t bother putting any bud in the direct centre this is where the magnet pivots, so nothing in the centre will get shredded.
Step 2: Replace the top of the grinder and give it about 10 rotations, until all the bud has fallen through the holes. You can remove the top and tap it against the grinder’s side to help loosen up any sticky pieces stuck in the teeth.
Step 3: Unscrew the chamber with the teeth to find the basket layer holding all your freshly ground cannabis. Load it into your pipe, joint, or blunt and enjoy!
Step 4: Once you’ve collected some kief in the bottom chamber, scrape some out with a piece of paper or the scraping tool provided (not all grinder purchases will include one, but they’re definitely handy). Again, you can sprinkle kief onto a bowl to make it more potent, or save it for something else. Be careful with metal scrapers, as they can scrape aluminum particulates along with your kief!
Some people like to put a weight in the kief chamber to help knock resin from the screen into the bottom dish. A cleaned penny or nickel works perfectly for this.