WARNING: This product contains nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive chemical.
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Marley Natural Large Grinder is a well-designed and durable four-piece large wood grinder. Marley Natural is dedicated to creating uniquely designed smoking accessories. This four-piece grinder blends beauty and utility through its use of sustainably-sourced black walnut and high-grade anodized aluminum components. Not only is it a wonderful grinder, but also a beautiful storage jar. The Grinder portion of this Marley Natural Large Grinder uses 27 custom-made teeth (large version) constructed of high-quality anodized aluminum. The teeth can be turned continuously to produce fluffy flowers with volume and texture or rotated back and forth to yield a finer grind to your buds. And your pollen collects below in a removable magnetic collector with a stainless steel scraper. Use a stainless steel scraper to collect these crystals to produce more powerful smoke or various other uses. The Marley Natural Large Grinder features a nifty glass chamber that allows the user to view the contents while grinding – without opening the unit to check the yield. What's more, its size allows for easy travel and cleaning. Cleaning the grinder is also an easy task. Because of how simple it is to unscrew the parts, they can be cleaned thoroughly with soap and water should you need to.
How it works: Remove the lid and place your material on the teeth and replace the lid. Rotate lid back and forth until the material is fully ground.
• 4-piece grinder
• Black walnut wood frame
• Metal teeth and threads
• Kief catcher with magnetic closure
• Hideaway tool on the bottom
• Authentic Marley Natural grinder
• Produces two grind sizes
1* Marley Natural Large Grinder
Attention: As the manufacturer needs the serial number to provide a replacement, we highly recommend you keep the original packing box or take picture of the code before discarding it. Thank you!