New Revolutionary Grinder ‘The Clipper’
When you think of your trusty grinder you wouldn’t think that their was much room for improvement in regards to its design. However a group of entrepreneurs from Winnipeg have created a revolutionary grinder that they say will never get clogged up due to sticky resin build ups left behind after you have crushed up your buds. The group have decided to call the new grinder The Clipper, maybe paying homage to the brand that in my opinion dominates the lighter market.
“We threw out that entire design,” Olsen said, referring to standard grinder models. “We decided to go with an entirely different method we felt solved a lot of problems associated with the old version.”
According to Metro News, “the biggest difference is a rotating stainless steel blade and a patented wedge design that the group says cuts herbs rather than mulching it, and drastically reduces user effort.” The primary reason why The Clipper gives users a finer, smoother grind is because it’s newly designed blade keeps resin from building up.
“The biggest difference between The Clipper and a standard grinder is the cutting blades versus the regular teeth,” said Keely Middleton, a recent Clipper convert. “The blade is a game changer because it doesn’t build up resin in the teeth and hinder the ability to turn and grind.”
Although ‘The Clipper’ is not available for retail purchase, it is garnering a lot of attention from leading cannabis figures around the globe.For starters, big-time pot activist, entrepreneur, and politician Marc Emery has already begun raving about the new grinder.
“Marc has endorsed it, and he has one,” Olsen said. “He’s Tweeted about it a few times, and we’ve had conversations about it.” “He loves it, and he wants to carry it in his retail store in Vancouver. So far he’s been really helpful, and a big advocate of the design.”
Olsen, Moneta, and Marr are currently trying to raise funds for their product through an Indiegogo campaign. They hope to launch their online store in January, begin production in February, and start shipping out their first round of orders in April.
Although this grinder is not available for retail sale there is other grinders with similar technology such as the MasterGrind grinder, you can check out the review here: