A month or so ago I received a brand-new Klip grinder. Then it languished in my shelf of to be looked at items for a bit longer. Those well-chosen products that I’m considering for a possible reviews and I had almost forgotten about the one that has truly changed my smoking experience.
For the better!
It took going to Benzinga Cannabis in Miami Beach and then wondering what that box was on my shelf, opening it and gazing into the Danish inspired workings with artistic fervor. And then not knowing what to do with it because I had a perfectly good grinder that I like using. Once I tried the Klip my experience of smoking cannabis flower changed forever. Not only is the Klip gorgeous to look at, but it makes my sesh completely different. And that would be different in a very good way. The flower feels light and airy in my mouth and the flowers retain their potency longer because they are not ground, they are sliced! What does that mean, sliced?
Since I had a few weeks of self-isolation in place, I thought that it would be a good time to revisit the large package on the shelf.
Thoughtfully packaged in a magnetically attached cork and smoked plastic container, the black colored, aluminum grinder resembles a high end cold-pressed juice maker. The packaging is crisp and quite Scandinavian in appearance. As you can see, my own influences to this region of the design world are quite apparent. From my Stonedware Pipe, to the lamp in the background, to the grinder itself. There are creative cues everywhere. It’s just how you look at things differently that’s all.
The Klip Grinder is a practical solution to your cannabis fluffing needs. Fluffing? What’s that? Well, it’s how the herbs are sliced and extended. Not at all like the typical grinders on the market. This one actually makes your flowers fluffy and there is something about this technique that makes the flowers more potent. Less of the important trichomes are left on the grinder teeth because this grinder doesn’t have teeth.
If you look inside, there are no teeth to capture your expensive flowers. There are three blades that spin either east or west, depending on your hands. Left or right, they both work just fine thank you. And the filters all come apart really easily. They’re all magnetic. You can clean the entire thing in hot soapy water, no ISO needed. I used my do-it-all, go/to, Dr. Bronner’s Peppermint soap. A couple drops in a bowl of hot water and you’re good to go. Everything snaps back together easily too. Lucky that the base holds all the parts with more magnets. Keeps it neat and clean on your desk or coffee table. I wish every cannabis tool was this easy to use, keep clean and use again.
I really didn’t need a new grinder, now I’m finding that I can’t live without the Klip. This grinder without your typical grinder parts looks fantastic on my desk. It’s easy to clean and it gets the job done in a way that I’ve never experienced prior and I’m not just born to this genre or the vipers.
The kief storage at the bottom is almost full, very impressive indeed. The pertinent pollen is not stuck to finger cutting sharp blades like my old grinder. This is a product I’ll own for a long time.
That also reminds me. Thanks to DF Tram for his musical guidance
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