Discover the Efficiency of Sutra Grinders
Since the explosion of popularity that vaporizers and other portable aromatherapy devices have enjoyed over the recent years, a wide range of products have become available to streamline the vaping process. One such innovation was the introduction of dry herb vaporizers. These devices are able to take raw, ground aromatic blends and vaporize them at the perfect temperature to ensure smooth, delicious clouds. Many people have started to take advantage of dry herb vaporizers since they offer many of the same conveniences as their oil counterparts, but the source material for a dry herb vaporizer must still be properly prepped in order to be optimally enjoyed.
Grinders are able to cut down on the prep time of your aromatic blend of choice. They use milled teeth that are built into the structure of the grinder to pulverize anything that gets inserted into the handheld tool. Not only do they effectively break down an herb product for vaporization, but they do so in a manner that is far faster and cleaner than breaking up the product by hand.
Sutra Vape carries two distinct versions of our sturdy herb grinder. They are both made with the same high quality materials and durable design, but one measures 50mm in diameter while the other measures 65mm in diameter. They perform the same function, but the larger grinder can obviously grind more material at once, and it has a larger capacity for storing the ground material.
Each of these grinders is made with a 4-piece design, and each piece is fully separable from the remainder of the grinder. The top half of the tool, which contains two of the four pieces, is the portion of the device that performs the grinding. The two top pieces form the interlocking teeth where the herb should be loaded, and a few twists of the top most piece will spin the teeth inside the unit, which grinds the herb. The second top piece, where the herb is ground, contains several milled holes that allow the ground material to fall through to the third component, which catches the herb on a fine aluminum mesh. The mesh is used to separate the third piece from the fourth and last piece. The fourth piece holds any fine pollen from the herb that might fall through the fine mesh of the third piece.