There are several elements that make a dependable, high-quality grinder to be aware of when shopping for one. What is the configuration and size of the teeth? Is it an electric or manual grinder? Does it have additional features such as a clear window or a handle (or both)? How many chambers does it have? These are important aspects that you should be aware of. So, let’s take a look at 2-piece, 3-piece, and 4-piece grinders to help you decide which type is right for you.
Say Goodbye to the 2-piece Grinder
Many of us still have some of these useless grinders lying around the house. You know the ones we’re talking about – those click-together, pyramid-toothed, saucer-looking ones that we were given in our welcome-to-the-smoking-club packages. Yes, you can use them in a pinch, but they’re more aggravating than what they’re worth unless you need something disposable for camping or a festival. They do only one job and they do it poorly. And that is the reason better designed grinders are in the market now.
3-piece Grinders are Better, but still not the Best
The 3-piece grinder features holes that enable the ground material to pass through them. Thus, they do solve the messiness issue. These provide a better way to store your herb and enable you to travel with them. At best, they offer somewhat of a compromise between portability and usability. Plus, they have an easier time breaking down more dense, tougher material. But although it might seem like enough, you can’t maximize your smoking experience the way you can with this next grinder.
If you want the best Value for Your Investment, buy a 4-piece GrinderThe 4-piece grinder gives you the best bang for your buck, hands down. They feature a bottom layer that is separate from the primary chamber by a mesh screen that ranges from approximately 40 to 100 wire threads per inch. This screen has been designed with a bottom chamber that captures the smaller and more concentrated particulates while at the same time keeping those larger pieces of material out of the way. Those smaller particulates typically get lost in 2-piece and 3-piece grinders.
One thing is certain. With certain added features such as clear chambers, embossed designs, see-through windows, or turning levers, grinders are anything but boring. And don’t forget to get one with a magnetic lid so you don’t have any messy accidents.
If you are looking to get one now, look online and check the wide range available.
To learn more about the different types of grinders, contact Tank Glass at (323)-364-7952 today or send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.