i agree, also the magnets are not too big and spreaded over the marginal side of each part, saving more space inside the grinder itself...The capu is a intresting design for sure...i definitely dig that it has no threads.
Not a bad price either.
Anyone try this capu grinder?
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Goes a step further from having a swappable plate, it has swappable top teeth as well! So the whole thing can become stash without any teeth sections too...
Or this iaso steel grinder??
These are the same price as the potent grinder more or less? So who is going to jump in and test these... $140
most people which use 2 part grinders are the ones which weed is very easy for them to get, growers mostly, because they put all the grinded material on some plate, and it can be left for hours...... they don't care if the weed is not protected by some grinder because it's super cheap for them hehe
I agree.. that was something that bothered me (still does) about the OB-Gon grinder... too many animated images.I tend to avoid products that have websites, but very little real information. Wish they would spend more resources on just listing the materials and facts, as opposed to fancy 3D animations. No info, no buy....
No. I do not place mist flowers in grinders.
While I am very "low-income", (I receive $783 a month for my entire rent/living needs), I use a two piece grinder because I prefer the results.most people which use 2 part grinders are the ones which weed is very easy for them to get, growers mostly, because they put all the grinded material on some plate, and it can be left for hours...... they don't care if the weed is not protected by some grinder because it's super cheap for them hehe
So does a 3 piece without having to resort to a separate jar lid to store the ground material on, having to empty into another container is just an extra step I would not like.Two piece grinders allow one to keep the chief in the meds
I understand.having to empty into another container is just an extra step I would not like.
Agreed!Oh, and fuck 4 piece grinders, keif robbers..
Yeah, but I much prefer a 3-piece because I just scoop out of the grinder catch. It can sit in there, just like on @Vitolo 's tin, but that tin is just one more step, and one more way to lose keif.
Also, I have less control over the consistency of the herb with a 2-piece than I do with a 3-piece, which has holes that don't allow herb through till it's the right size.
Furthermore...I don't like grinding upside down in a grinder at all. If I feel the need to do that, then it means that I don't have the right grinder (or the right grinding plate) for my needs, and I'm just making my grinder dirtier than I should have to.
yeah that's right, you never lose your kief. that's the best advantage of 2 piece grinder. i understand why people really like it!!Two piece grinders allow one to keep the kief in the meds, and not remove some of the constituents present for separate use.
Even the poorest of us do have specific preferences stemming from medication value, and us delivery availability.
Same reason I've come to prefer a 3-piece. I like to keep my keif in the herb, not separate it.
Yeah I thought it would be the large BCG for me, but decided to see what steel was all about with the UM, then the FM popped up and felt unique enough to justify it as well!
haha.. love that sentiment.Nooooooooooo!!! Don't sell your grinders
haha.. love that sentiment.
About 5 years ago I sold just shy 50 of my grinders in one sweep!
I thought I was all settled then on one favorite, which has now amassed to over a dozen "favorites".
Looks like I am headed in that direction once again.
Speaking of grinders... the new Mill type grinders are the same functional principle used in the
credit card grinders... just like the verbalizer card grinder mentioned in that thread!