Top 10 Best Grinders for Cannabis of 2019

By Sean Geng in 2019

Grind it up!  The ultimate guide in finding the best grinder for your dry herbs and cannabis. 

A herb grinder is an essential tool for the modern toker to grind up their flowers for either rolling, packing a bong, loading a hand pipe, or anything in between.  Grinders often come in multiple parts and contain several chambers, and work by crushing and cutting up your herb into smaller pieces.

Choosing a good grinder will spare you the painstaking and sticky process of picking apart herb by hand. 

The most common style of grinder is the multi-piece grinder, which uses several pieces that connect to create an area for grinding and storing.  Many smokers find these grinders to be the most useful for the extra storing space, which can vary depending on size and diameter

What do customers often consider when choosing a weed grinder?

  • Material: Grinders are made from several different types of materials, from acrylic, to aluminum, or anodized metals.  Most people prefer a metal grinder for their durability and feel.
  • Compartments: Many grinders come in several tiers of layers.  The multi-piece grinder often contains a compartment for kief and pollen, while the two piece grinder simply just grinders your herb.
  • Size: Portability and the amount of herb you can grind depend on size.  Large grinders can store and grind more herb at a time, but will be heavily and bulkier to carry around.

Smoke Cartel's curated selection of the top 10 herb grinders are perfect choices are customer reviewed, user tested, and carefully vetted for your next sesh.



2019 Top 10 Top Grinders for Cannabis



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