The grinders you mentioned have been out for years and you are correct, users can search all over the internet to find what they are looking for. I get that he has only been online for a month but you cannot tell me that he has not ground up a single nug in one of his grinders. he seems pretty pumped up about them but to me, this is a crucial bit on info to push me to order. I relate this to anything else, vapes have reviews before release, cars have test drives before release, machines get tested before being sold even those vegetable spiral pasta makers have pictures of what you will get on the packaging. To me this seems like an oversight and he missed a great opportunity.
It's almost like a beta test with no info before you buy. EDIT: The only reason I am wanting to see the grind is due to this; I open a drawer and see: New Lift grinder with fine plate 2 piece Santa Cruz Shredder Boomers SS grinder New Vape fine grinder New Vape Arm band grinder Storz&Bickel grinder Magic Flight finishing grinder Sharpstones in various sizes Various free grinders All sit unused and unloved due to their grind not suiting me. Do I want to add another hunk of metal to the drawer, absolutely not. The one user video showed a mixed grind, not my requirement either. The world is very fast pasted currently and also customers want everything at their finger tips. I too would like to see it in action but am also trying to be patient and I've only ever seen reviews show products working. Also everyone's learning and I'm sure after reading your comments he's learning what us vape heads like to see in new products. If I was a grinder company I probably wouldn't show ground up material on my site just to be on the safe side, I'll make a vid for you guys :ok: :cool: I'm gonna try and setup separate hosting for videos where I show material and can't upload to commy Youtube :100: @ lazylathe I can only compare to a piu freebie and scs 2 peice.
Our budget pick, the Platinum Grinders Herb Grinder, is back in stock. We’ve moved the SharpStone V2 Grinder back to the Competition. After more than 20 hours considering 32 grinders and testing 12 of them, we found that the Santa Cruz Shredder Medium 3-Piece grinds smoothly and evenly, producing results that work equally well whether destined for a pipe, vaporizer, or recipe. This grinder’s uniquely shaped teeth make quick work of the densest flowers and should stay sharp for years. Its extra-deep collection chamber holds more material than the competition and is easy to empty. This simple three-piece model offers reliably smooth grinding thanks to durable, sharp, uniquely shaped teeth. Its collection chamber is the largest of any model we tested, and has rounded sides that make it easy to empty. In our tests, the four-pointed teeth on the Santa Cruz Shredder Medium 3-Piece grinder quickly and easily broke apart even our stickiest, most closely packed flowers. The three-piece model we recommend is easy to empty little by little thanks to its rounded bottom—far less messy than dumping a grinder out to get at anything stuck in the corners. The pieces of this grinder easily thread together and its top glides smoothly as you twist it. “If I could only have one grinder I would definitely go with a Santa Cruz Shredder,” Buzz of VaporizerWizard.com told us in an email. This model produced the fluffiest and finest results in our tests—a plus for many vaporizers. Its bonus storage compartment and an optional plate for coarser grinds are unique extras worth the added cost, but not necessary for everyone. The small, sharp teeth inside the Kannastör Gr8tr V2 tore through cannabis smoothly without binding and dropped the finest and fluffiest material of any we tried into its collection chamber. That’s ideal for many vaporizers, especially conduction-based models or hybrid conduction-convection models. (If you have a convection vaporizer, you can unscrew the Kannastör’s fine-grind plate and replace it with the included coarse-grind option.) Without adding bulk, the Gr8tr V2’s topmost piece seals off an extra storage compartment that no other grinder we considered includes—a great place to store whole flowers that you plan to grind later. The extra features aren’t necessary for everyone, but if you want a premium grinder, these features make the Gr8tr V2 worth the extra money. Although it doesn’t feel as well-made and isn’t as smooth to use as our other picks, the Platinum Grinders Herb Grinder gets the job done better than all other inexpensive grinders we tested. Given the cost of cannabis and vaporizers, we think that our top picks are worth every cent. But if you can’t justify the extra cost, get the Platinum Grinders Herb Grinder instead.
For about less than half the price of our top picks, the Platinum Grinders model gets the job done reasonably well. The biggest drawback to the lower-quality construction of this model is the longevity: Some Amazon customers have noted failures at weak points such as the threads or the connection of the grinding plate. A few customers noted finding metal flecks in their grinders on first use, likely remnants of the manufacturing process. We’d recommend cleaning this budget option with rubbing alcohol before using it for the first time. This simple three-piece model offers reliably smooth grinding thanks to durable, sharp, uniquely shaped teeth. Its collection chamber is the largest of any model we tested, and has rounded sides that make it easy to empty.
This model produced the fluffiest and finest results in our tests—a plus for many vaporizers. Its bonus storage compartment and an optional plate for coarser grinds are unique extras worth the added cost, but not necessary for everyone. Although it doesn’t feel as well-made and isn’t as smooth to use as our other picks, the Platinum Grinders Herb Grinder gets the job done better than all other inexpensive grinders we tested.