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With a limited lifetime warranty, they’ll cover you, even for normal wear and tear. If you’re looking for variety, affordability, and a lifetime warranty you should take a look at Zip Grinders. They have several options, including the Mega Crusher, the Asian-inspired Pagoda Tower and a few designer lids featuring artistic imagery.

The Mega Crusher has an extra-large storage chamber and can hold up to six tablespoons of flower, making it doubly handy as both a grinder and storage container. Utilizing Siemens CAD Software, they’ve patented a “perfect” shredding tooth design. Leaving “sharper is better” behind, they’ve focused on strength that won’t dull. The teeth cut multiple ways, the idea being to “fluff to perfection.” Other features are a unique “7-Catch Design,” to easily adjoin grinder parts, and a knurled grip. Santa Cruz is the only grinder with strict “Medical-Grade Ultrasonic Cleansing procedures,” which removes all traces of contaminants like dust, dirt, and toxic oils and polish. Santa Cruz guarantees the Shredder is the only medical-grade grinder in the world (although Phoenician Engineering may argue that claim). Mendo Mulchers, made in Mendocino, California, have been in the grinder business for 20 years. Mendo grinders have more than 88 teeth, about twice the typical grinder, and they’re made from billet aluminum on a CNC machine for design precision. The high-quality aluminum keeps the grinder in top shape, has a metallic finish that prevents fingerprints and scratches, and offers a full lifetime warranty.

Mendo is known for its superior quality and fine grind, making it perfect for vaporizing or rolling joints and blunts. Erin Hiatt is a New York City-based writer who has been covering the cannabis industry for more than six years. Her work - which has appeared in Hemp Connoisseur Magazine, PotGuide, Civilized, Vice, Freedom Leaf, MERRY JANE, Alternet, and CannaInvestor - covers a broad range of topics, including cannabis policy and law, CBD, hemp law and applications, science and technology, beauty, and psychedelics. The 13 Best Grinders That'll Prevent You From Ruining Your Good Weed. Sans a decent grinder, you might as well chop an entire gram in two, stuff one half as is into a rolling paper, and throw the other half into the garbage. Good grinder blades will seamlessly cut through your dry herb, sifting out the bad chunks and preserving the extra-potent pollen. They'll create a little mound of fine, fluffy weed to roll, vape, or hell, bake into a cake. No dirty smoke, no lost product, not a bit of that eighth wasted. You can seriously invest in this kind of accessory if you want, but you can also find some solid, inexpensive options. These 13 weed grinders—many of them with four pieces to grind bud, sift pollen, and store the results properly—each have their own strengths. One ought to suit you and your legal (or less legal; we're not cops) cannabis-consuming ways. This zinc alloy grinder comes with five pieces—including two mesh screens to sift pollen from your weed, and a little scraper to use for the catch tray so not a speck is wasted—with sharp teeth and a magnetic seal. If it seems too large, then remove a mesh screen to shorten it. Mendo Mulcher makes some tough grinders—all out of solid, aircraft-grade aluminum—but this one might be the most useful. At only 1.75 inches across, it's best for travel, and its extra-grippy construction ensures you won't slip up while using it despite its small size. It grinds weed evenly and with precision, it's built like a tank, it has a mesh screen and strong magnetic seal, and it's under 20 bucks. It's a workhorse, built from materials that'll keep it working through many a grind. The Kingtop grinder is nearly as big as the palm of your hand, great for when you have a considerable amount of bud and don't need to be discrete. Its four pieces include a magnetically sealed cap, a grinder, a mesh screen, and a catch tray—a big one, at that—and its 45 teeth ensure smooth grinding. For a more tactile option, get Aerospaced's grinder. The hand crank operates a set of blades, which chop up weed and filter it through a mesh screen. The clear lid allows you to monitor the entire operation. Magic Flight's grinder is part of its wooden Launch Box vape kit, fitting snugly over the opening of the vape so you can transfer freshly ground bud without a mess. If you're looking for a beautifully carved, non-aluminum grinder (the grate is made from stainless steel) that's part of a matched set—hell of a flex, right?—opt for this. Phoenician medical-grade grinders get you a medium sheer on your weed—not too fine or too chunky. But more importantly, their grippy sides and deep bowls are intended to help users with arthritis (or folks with clumsy hands).

The Tectonic9 leans to the Inspector Gadget side of things.

You put the weed into the chamber and grind it up, standard procedure. But accessing it is what is pretty damn nifty: That silver dispenser flips up from underneath the grinder and fits over a hole (which you manually open and close). The Pillar wasn't built to be shoved in a junk drawer or lost under the couch.

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