Best tobacco-related products according to redditors

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u/WantToStopRedditting · 29 pointsr/eldertrees

toss some of these packs in an airtight jar with your bud for longer term storage

u/Idontlikeredditors6 · 17 pointsr/cigars

Lets start before Cubans, and I'll assume you know nothing about cigars and just start from the beginning.

Okay, as far as humidors go, there are a bunch of options. The quickest and easiest way is to buy a tupperware container that seals well and a few boveda packets (you can get either on amazon). I'd recommend 65% if you're using a "tupperdor" (69% for a wooden humidor...of course depending on the climate where you live etc...). Rough rule of thumb is to use one 60 gram packets for every 25 cigars the container can fit. We'll get more into wood humidors later.

The next thing you'll want to have is a digital hygrometer. You can snag one for 15-20 bucks on amazon. If you're using multiple tupperdors, I wouldn't worry about having one in each, just switch the meter to a different container every week or so to make sure they're staying good. With boveda packets, you shouldn't have a problem. Anyway, when you get your hygrometer, you want to calibrate it. The packaging or instructions may say that it is calibrated at the factory and does not need to be tested. Ignore that. Get a bottle cap, fill it about 2/3 up with table salt, and a few drops of water. Put the cap in an airtight container (a zip lock bag will do) with the hygrometer. Wait a day, and see what the hygrometer says. If it says 75%, you're good. If it doesn't, adjust it until it does, and then leave it in the bag a few more hours to make sure it stays there. You will find that you may develop your own preference for the Relative Humidity (RH) of your cigars, but it your container is reading in the mid sixties to the low seventies, you're around where you want to be. Keep an eye on the temperature, too. I like to keep mine below 70 degrees F. If they get into the high seventies, your cigars may literally begin hatching beetles.

Now onto wooden humidors: these are much more of a pain in the ass than tupperdors, in terms of setting it up. As far as a specific model, there are a ton and it depends on too many things to specify from the information you gave. Personally, I'd recommend a humidor that can hold more cigars than you plan on needing. My first humidor holds fifty cigars. I now have another 25 count (although, that was free and I didn't need it until I figured "fuck it, might as well fill it"), a 100 count, and two tupperdors. So as far as picking one out, I'd recommend again going bigger than you think you need, make sure it is at least lined with spanish cedar, and just check reviews to see how it seals. Every humidor will have bad reviews because a lot of people don't know how to season them, so look for reviews from people who seem to know what they're doing. And I'd personally stay away from anything with a glass top, it's just another place it can lose a seal.

Speaking of seasoning, you have to season a wooden humidor, which means to sort of saturate the wood to the correct humidity level. If you don't, the wood will eat up the humidity being released by your humidifying thingamajig instead of it being all for your sticks. There's a couple ways to do this: you can get distilled water (or a premade solution of distilled water and propylene glycol, it really doesn't matter) and wipe the wood down with it, with a barely damp cloth or sponge. If you get the wood too wet, it will warp and the humidor won't seal. Then leave a bowl or shot glass filled with the distilled water in the humidor and let it sit a few days. Note that the water being distilled is not optional, do not use any other water, no tap, no spring water. Only distilled water. You want nothing in the humidor except spanish cedar, cigars, and moisture.

The easier way to season a humidor is to buy boveda seasoning packets. They regulate the environment in the humidor to 84%. Buy the same amount you'd need if they were regular bovedas, one per 25 cigar capacity. Put them in the humidor, close the humidor, come back 14 days later and take the packets out. Replace them with (I'd recommend) 69% packets. Put cigars in over the course of a few days (you don't want to add them all at once, it will swing RH levels).

I'd recommend this for a tupperdor, in the largest size:

I have this humidor, I like it:

I also have this smaller humidor which I'm still seasoning, but it seems to seal well enough:

Seasoning packets:

Packets to regulate RH (pick whatever RH you'd prefer, I like 69 for wood and 65 for tupperdor):

Distilled water/propylene glycol if you want to go that route:

Hygrometer (I like round ones because a lot of humidors will have a cutout for the shitty analog hygro they all come with and the round ones will fit there):

Someone let me know if I missed anything.

Edit: I didn't mention beads, the "soak this weird thing in distilled water" humidifier or kitty litter because I really don't think there's a good reason to steer someone towards them, but I really haven't ever used any of it so if someone wants to add something about those, please do.

u/LostArkOutdoors · 16 pointsr/cigars


Get some of these.

Choose any RH that you prefer. They control the RH with a two-way process that will either absorb or release water depending on the need of the container. Also, some people recharge them with distilled water. I haven’t tried that yet.

u/4gotn1 · 14 pointsr/StonerEngineering

For a glass pipe you want a "glass pipe screen". You can use metal ones but I would advise against them.

u/CaptainPoopsock · 14 pointsr/trees

Love mine!

You may want to invest in a Skunk Case as well to contain the smell and to protect your pricey investment.


u/BigB_117 · 10 pointsr/cigars

A few bovida packs to control the humidity:

And any airtight tupperware container. Even one from the kitchen will do the trick. I like these:

For long term storage you may want a hygrometer to monitor the humidity:

And if you want to get fancy and organize with cedar trays, two of these work perfectly stacked in the container above.

Then store it in a cool part of your house.

u/lukistke · 9 pointsr/saplings
u/---YNWA--- · 9 pointsr/cigars

This cutter will make your life much easier, trust me. Also, watch this for some basics on cutting and lighting.

u/Pingantu · 9 pointsr/tea

Yes, you need something to protect that tea! You might consider a "tupperdore", an inexpensive and easy to assemble piece of tea equipment. Just get an air-tight container you can fit your tea in and add a Boveda pack to it. I'd say go with 72% since your area is so dry. You can get them HERE They look like THIS but instead of cigars, you would use your tea.

u/TheGiant117 · 9 pointsr/cigars

Full Album

This is my biggest haul yet. I’ve spent the last few months working my way through lots of singles. I still have some more I want to try(hence more singles in the haul) but I did find some that I could be happy smoking every day until the end of time. Oh, and the Mayans MC show just started and I’m stoked to start watching.

In the bottom left of the picture are a few cigars I picked up from B&Ms. I get the urge to check out every B&M I see and have to buy something.

The two boxes in the top left are from ihavanas. Partagas Serie D No. 4 and Hoyo de Monterey Epicure No. 2. Never had either one but they’ve been suggested highly by many people.

Everything else is from Fox. If anyone needs more convincing to order from Fox, check this out. I purchased the box of Tatuaje Tattoos, two Boxes of Oliva Melanios, and the 13 singles directly below them. All the 40ish singles below that, to the right of that, all the swag and accessories, were free. A sick Jet Line tabletop lighter, a Lotus tabletop lighter, a 3 finger leather case, an Oliva ash tray, hats, cutters, golf towels, and of course the handwritten notes. u/lvsquared seriously hooked it up! I’m already a customer for life, but now I want to move to Arizona when I retire and work at Fox. Golf, cigars, and whiskey. Sounds like heaven to me.

Check out the album for pics of the tupperdor. I got this Iris Weathertight bin from the container store. This is the 36qt size which I had to upgrade from the 19qt size when I placed this order. This holds about 200 cigars how I have it set up, but could hold much more if you were to keep them in ziploc bags. It has a foam gasket on the lid to keep it sealed. I open it once a day to get some airflow in. I use a Caliber IV hygrometer which I glued some angled metal to and placed magnets on the outside of the box to keep it viewable from the outside. In the bottom of the tupperdor I placed some cedar wood planks to enhance the aroma and act as somewhat of a humidity sponge. For humidity I use 8x 60 gram 65% Boveda packs. To hold my singles I bought Feathergrain wooden drawer organizers. These are the 6”x9”x2” size. I put some hot glue on the bottom of them so they will nest in each other and not slide around. They hold my singles beautifully.

Thanks for reading. I’ve gotta let these babies rest now. I can’t wait to try each one in a month or so.

u/ascendingtom · 8 pointsr/hempflowers

Flower can definitely go bad. Usually caused by a few things.

The producer not curing the flower properly and leave too much moister in the flower so when it’s packed in an air tight jar it has nowhere to go and causes the flower to mold which will look like tiny white spider webs either on or when you crack the flower open or create anaerobic bacteria... get a jewelry loop and check for mold though noticeable by eye when bad

You could try keeping the jar open and on it side for an hour in the morning and evening. For a week or so this normally done in the curing process to stop this from happening but if it smells bad it probably will always be bad...

I would highly recommend getting boveda packs this helps keep the humidity constant in the jar leasing the chance it will go bad

u/CheapestOfSkates · 8 pointsr/canadients

Total newbie here and only currently have one strain going.

I bought these;

And have these on order;

I figure that will let me try at least 12 different strains without worrying about it.

u/mildxsalsa · 7 pointsr/trees

Use a hydration pack on that sumbitch. Won’t take all the staleness out of it but once it’s rehydrated properly it will be smokeable. They’re cheap as hell and last around 3 months. Just pack it inside an airtight container with the pack and within 24-36 hours you’ll be all set. I usually notice a difference after packing it up within 3-4 hours, but that’s my own experience and your mileage may vary in terms of just how fast it will recover.

What I use - Boveda 72 Percent RH 2-Way Humidity Control, Large, 60 gram, 4-Pack

u/d_r0ck · 7 pointsr/cigars

Definitely read the wiki cover to cover for all the general specifics.

To answer your questions:

> Do I leave them in the wrappers they came in when I store them in the humidor?

The wrapper is the outer most layer of tobacco on the cigar. Cigars consist of filler, binder, and wrapper. What you're referring to is the cellophane (cello) and it's really up to personal preference. I think a good rule of thumb is "store them how you buy them." If they're in cello when you buy them, just leave them in. The pro is that it'll protect the wrapper. The con is that it supposedly won't age a quickly, but that's a) supposedly and b) we're talking about storing cigars for years and I'm guessing you're not at that step yet.

> Is distiller water ok to use for the humidifier?

Yes, this is what you should use. What kind of humidifier are you using? If you're using the floral / foam puck, pitch it and get some 69% or 65% Boveda packs. You need about 2 packs for every 50 cigars you're storing.

> How long can I store em' before I smoke em'?

The short answer is "forever under ideal conditions." Ideal condition is about 68F and 68% relative humidity (RH). You may want to let them "rest" in your humidor for a few days after you buy them because sometimes they're over/underhumidified at Brick & Mortar (B&M) cigar shops.

> Advice for tasty cigars?

  • Smoke slowly (one puff per minute).


  • READ SOME MORE. Edumacate yourself.

    Welcome and good luck! PM me if you have any more questions.
u/Puckfan21 · 7 pointsr/cigars

Tupperware Though this has been cheaper at Target. Ship to store there might be worth it to you.

Hygrometer 1 or 2 depedning on what you like.

Boveda You will need two per container you get. They also have 4 packs. I would suggest 65% RH with a tupperdor.

u/RollCakeTroll · 7 pointsr/cigars

Hey there, welcome!

I do want to warn you, there are a lot of Cuban Cigar (CC) fakes out there. Likely if you bought from a shop and they aren't Cohibas, you're probably fine, but you may want to check out (looks like their standard map is down however) and see if the map isn't there.

That said, CCs aren't terribly hard to get in the US and there's a few sites that ship them by the box to the states. We have regular box splits on here (one person buys a box and ships it out at cost to other people in smaller batches, say 5 cigars each), and there's plenty of folks on /r/CigarMarket that will provide you some CCs if you search, or you can check out /r/cubancigars too. Funny enough they're usually much cheaper than what you paid in Canada because basically no taxes.

Honestly, I don't think there is much "working up" needed to smoke a CC. They're relatively mild compared to Dominican or Nicaraguan tobacco (in the grand scheme of things... of course there's bold Cuban and mild Dominican). Now, if we were talking about a Padron or a La Flor Dominicana, then yes, I'd say you'd need to smoke for a few months before you can be sure that the nicotine won't make you literally sick (rare but it can happen). Cubans? Nah, totally great for a newbie to smoke.

Also if you're new to cigars, don't let those things sit out. Get yourself a tupperware container and a boveda pack: and

If you don't store the cigars in an airtight container with humidification, they'll dry out and not be the tasty smokes you were expecting.

Now, if you do want to keep your first CCs as a special smoke, I totally understand. Do keep them humidified though. Without humidification they will wither and eventually the oils will dry out and they won't be recoverable at that point (years without humidification but that isn't out of the question when you buy them and save them) But overall, they're not hard to get, smoke great, and are totally fine for a beginner to smoke. I say light 'em up! You can replace CCs easily enough.

u/cxvader · 7 pointsr/ploompax
u/TuggyMcPhearson · 7 pointsr/preppers

Hey! I know this one!

Be the long term storage solution I've found is Mason jars with Bovedas. They're normally used for cigars, but 62% or 58% RH packets are what you want.

I've got a few jars at about 18 months now and just had to swap out the boveda's a few weeks ago.

Edit: fixed link

u/nicknameisnub · 7 pointsr/cigars

Here is a good setup that doesn't cost much at all, right around $40. The next thing you need are cigars.

Sistema Tupperware

Boveda 65% rh 4 pack

u/potpastor · 7 pointsr/canadients

I’ve had my solo for over 4 years and just never got around to buying one.. always something more important on the list I guess.. then I wanted to get a bong adapter for my pax.. but at minimum it was $30 plus shipping.. then I found this.. all in 1 package is the water pipe for my solo (with adapter) and also a adapter for a pax and for less than $30!!

This thing is dope!! I highly recommend you get one!

Replacement Glass Tube Bent Tube Curved Tube Stem Silicone Adaptor Mouthpiece for Arizer Solo Dry Herb

u/The_Time_Lord · 6 pointsr/IWantToLearn

Practice is the only way to get good. I would recommend picking up a rolling machine such as this one. Saves a ton of time and headache.

u/Axeking12 · 6 pointsr/ontario

Hey buddy. Im not the guy to talk to about THC levels and all that. But the prerolls are kinda expensive. If u were gonna use those regularly I recommend hopping on amazon and getting the RAW joint roller for 10$. It works well and will save u money in the long run

u/kdayel · 6 pointsr/cigars

If your B&M cigar shops don't carry water pillows or Bovedas, find a new cigar shop.

Or, just order some Bovedas on Amazon.

u/pickboy87 · 6 pointsr/cigars

Here's my advice since I literally just started a few weeks ago. This is exactly what I wished I knew before I spent money on random cigars from various sites.

  1. Depending on how many sticks you plan on getting at a time, invest in a tuppedor. Don't waste your time with a wooden humidor (at least right now). I picked up these from amazon and all my ~40-50 sticks sit comfortably in there.
  • Plastic "humidor"
  • Hygrometer
  • Boveda Packs, although I might lean towards the 65% next time. Also, you only need 1 pack in a tuppedor, 2 is overkill. They can also be recharged, so don't throw them away when they dry out.

  1. If you have a nice brick and mortar tobacco store (not a hole in the wall place that caters only to e-cigs and accessories) near you, visit them and ask questions. If they are worth their salt, they should be fairly knowledgeable about cigars. They will point you in the right direction. I stupidly didn't do this and just kind of bought random shit online and have had mixed results with what I bought. The stuff I've bought at the store has been much, much fresher too. However, you will be spending 30-40% above what you'll pay online. I found it worth it for how much time and effort the staff spent helping me, but it is quite a bit more expensive.

  2. If that's not an option, look for sampler packs online. You can find cheap options that include a bunch of different sticks so you can sample a variety. I would suggest looking at smallbatch mixes find a price you're comfortable with spending (30 to 40 should be plenty, maybe buy 2 of the $30 to $40 packs so you end with ~10 cigars) and in the comment section of your order mention that you're brand new to cigars. He should be able to make an excellent mix for a new smoker. Use code "rcigars" for 10% off (without the "", not sure if valid for the mix).

  3. Also, if you don't come from a background of smoking cigarettes, stick with the mild to medium strength cigars. I smoked a few full strength ones from the samplers I got and they kicked my ass. It was unpleasant to say the least. If you DO plan on smoking a full strength cigar, smoke on a full stomach and drink something sweet with it. Sweet tea or a pop of some sort works well to quell the nicotine content.

  4. Accessories. All you really need is a decent cutter and a torch lighter and you're all set.
  • A cutter
  • A butane lighter
  • Fuel [Note, you can use cheaper fuel, but your lighter may get clogged with shitty zippo butane fuel.]
  • Some sort of ashtray. You don't realize how nice it is to have one until you don't have one and have no place to rest your cigar.

  1. If you do find a cigar you enjoy, try buying a 5 pack of it. Let it rest for a week or so and try them out over the course of a month or several months and see if you enjoy them as much as you did the first time. See if they get better with age. I have far too many 1 offs that I enjoyed, but would I still enjoy them a month from now? 2 months from now?

  2. Oh, and generally stay away from infused cigars. They use shittier tobacco since they can mask it with flavors. The girlfriend still likes these, but I think she's starting to come around to a natural sweetness/chocolate taste instead of an artificially infused one. Plus they stink up your humidor and can potentially ruin the taste of your other cigars in them if they are in close contact.

  3. Online sites that I've enjoyed purchasing from and ship quickly:
  1. Look up retrohaling. You'll taste more of your cigar this way. Warning, it does burn the hell out of your nose the first handful of times you do it. Start with a mild cigar instead of a full strength one like I stupidly decided to do. :P

    Hopefully this helps.

    Edit: Many edits to fix errors and add additional info.
u/CodenameMolotov · 6 pointsr/StonerProTips

Index cards are still bleached and covered in ink. Here's some real, safe crutches that are probably cheaper than your index cards and will also last forever. I don't get why people go through so much trouble to replace something that costs 1 penny per use and can effect our health.

u/fill3r · 6 pointsr/ploompax

Got one of these for my 2 and it does the job really well. Hinge, lock, etc.

Pax 2 / Pax 3 Smell-proof Hard Plastic Case; Pocket-carry with Flip-top for Easy Access (Black) By Skunkcase

u/millhouse_kinda_guy · 6 pointsr/vaporents

Yeah, let me get the link for ya!

Edit: link

u/mrliquidjesus · 5 pointsr/cigars

The good news is is actually a fairly well respected site by this sub. I can only hope that's where he got it =) We even get a nice 15% off with them. (See the side bar - Cigar Deals)

That being said, grab a couple of these bad boys - Bodeva 84% packs. You should only need one to season your humidor. Follow the instructions on/in the package.

For calibrating - Install the analog one, and forget it. Its now a glorified cork for your humidor. Grab a digital one and a calibration kit.

Welcome to the family!

u/wimpwad · 5 pointsr/mapletrees

You could always try a joint rolling machine and see if you like that. Im so bad at rolling, but using the machine works like a charm I find. An extra $2-3 just for them to roll it for you is quite steep when you think about it, and the machine pays for itself after 4 uses at that rate.

u/HQV701E · 5 pointsr/canadients

I use one of those RAW Rolling Machines as I very rarely smoke joints but sometimes they're necessary for parties or events. My hand rolling technique is trash and they come out looking like a joint from the 70's so this setup is pretty great for uniform size and shape results.

u/superjew- · 5 pointsr/saplings

My cop out suggestion is to get a joint roller on amazon. They take a little trial and error (the first time i used it [4] i made it explode and my weed got all over me) but once you get it right it makes perfect

u/Bentwookiee838 · 5 pointsr/cigars

This is hands down my favorite cutter
And a steal at $20

u/katmaipinnacles · 5 pointsr/cigars - the 65% version

That's the easy and practical way. It's also a great long term overflow if you do end up getting something fancy down the road.

u/tobaccowhacko · 5 pointsr/cigars

Welcome to r/cigars!

First thing you need to do is get rid of that paper towel asap! You will over humidify your cigars and you might get mold too! Go to your local B&M and get a boveda pack or order one online. Then use an air tight tupperware container to hold your cigars and humidity. Super cheap and many many people use this as an option. As for building your own. Get an ammo can or a gun case and line it with spanish cedar. It will hold humidity perfectly and you'll get your woodworking skills a bit wet for your next bigger project.

u/CrazyManInCincy · 5 pointsr/cigars

Sistema Klip It Collection Rectangle Food Storage Container, 29 Cup

Caliber IV Digital Hygromter by Western Humidor

Boveda 69% Rh 2-Way Humidity Control, Large 60 g, 4 Pack

u/kingka · 5 pointsr/trees

this is what most people i know use: raw paper filters (raw is the brand)

the picture above is part of the zig zag papers booklet flap, it's the og way, it's actually a great theme of this picture; cannabis picked apart by fingers, ripped out flap from the same packaging as your paper that i assume will be hand rolled. a great cowboy/down to earth feel - it's probably this part of the booklet

u/Scarlet_Feverish · 5 pointsr/BlackPeopleTwitter

I assume he means tips or a crutch not an actual cigarette style filter :)

u/TheOneGuyFromNowhere · 5 pointsr/cigars

Looks good. A couple thoughts:

Those analog hygrometers suck. Get a good digital hygrometer. I recommend the Caliber IV.

Which method are you using for humidity control? If yours using the sponge that usually comes with those or "gel" stuff you add distilled water to, I'd recommend ditching it. Boveda Packs are so easy to use and offer 2-way humidity control. That is, they add humidity and remove humidity when necessary. Many humidity control mediums only add humidity.

If you can't maintain humidity, to to a Tupperdor. I use those and I've never looked back.

u/jdub922 · 5 pointsr/cigars

Until someone more knowledgeable chimes in and asks for more pictures... PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE put those in a tightly sealed tupperware with some sort of humidification device. Preferably a Boveda pack

u/FireHawk3636 · 5 pointsr/cigars
u/its_my_growaway · 5 pointsr/eldertrees

For best maintenance of cannabis moisture (think cigar humidor) get a glass Mason jar and throw a 62% RH Boveda pack in there and your buds well stay fresh for months. The packs are like $10 for 12 and they last a long time so it's a no-brainer purchase. They are two-way humidity control, so they will both absorb moisture to dry out buds that are too wet (to a certain degree) and release moisture to hydrate dried out buds.

Amazon link to 12x 62% Boveda Packs with Prime, $13.49
Amazon link to 10x 62% Boveda Packs with free regular shipping, $8.99

Seriously, buy them if you like fresh cannabis, they're so cheap and so effective you'll wonder why you didn't use them before.

u/PuffCow · 5 pointsr/saplings

Some cigar/smoke shops and most Headshops have them. I usually add a few to my order when i get some smoking accessories. For example Amazon

Recommended pack size to weed:

Boveda 4 gram: 7-14 grams of medicine.

Boveda 8 gram: 14-28 grams of medicine.

Edit: When you are looking online you might see they are available in various humidity levels (for different stuff) and 62% is used for weed.

u/T_H_See · 5 pointsr/trees

Use these in your mason jar, Boveda 62 best way to keep your weed at the right humidity level.

u/Uther-Lightbringer · 5 pointsr/NewJerseyMarijuana

I mean... 'technically that's not following the letter of the law.

The reality however is that no cop is going to know the difference. If you have a jar with a 2018 date on it, who is that cop to tell you that you're not allowed to smoke year old bud? It's not like the cop is going to sniff your jar labeled as Kush IV and go

> Whoa whoa hold up here champ, this jar says Kush IV but it smells more like Cannatonic, what kind of stunt are you pulling here little man?

He's going to look at the jar, look at your ID and send you on your way.

As for the drying out issue? I'd highly recommend investing in some Boveda's. I'm personally a fan of the 62% ones but the 58% ones work good as well. But they'll keep your bud from drying out for months. They'll also keep it from getting too humid during the summer months. You just drop one in your mason jar (or more really if you want) and it'll maintain the proper rH for you at all times.

They carry them in all sorts of sizes but the 4g or 8g ones are going to be the best for your home use. I personally like the 8g ones simply because they're going to typically last a little bit longer.

u/jordcorner · 5 pointsr/canadients

Boveda makes humidipaks that a lot of ents use to keep their stash fresh. I highly recommend it, much more efficient than doing something weird like using a chunk of lettuce or an orange peel. Glass jars should be enough for storage but there are some more expensive containers specifically for cannabis, but I've never tried one because my mason jars work fine for me.

u/busybox42 · 5 pointsr/ploompax

Ya the only case I use is to hide the smell. So not really the question your asking but the skunkcase is fantastic, durable and water proof.

u/h3rodotus · 5 pointsr/PipeTobacco

Most people use ball jars but a lot of people like to keep their tobacco just in their tins. Depending on your relative humidity this is usually fine just to keep it in a tin.

If you’re talking more than a few months you want to go ball jars. But you can also throw one of these in your tin to keep the RH up.

Boveda 62% RH 4 Gram, patented 2-Way Humidity Control, (1) 10-Pack, Unwrapped Boveda, Resealable Bag, store up to ½ oz (14g) of cannabis; terpene protector, for drier climates and higher altitudes

u/updog357 · 4 pointsr/cigars

If you don't want mold on your cigars, then you need a hygrometer you trust. Based on your post, you currently do not have one.

Go online and find a digital one that can be calibrated, this one for example would work. I have several of these and they work great.

Once it arrives, you will need to calibrate it. Boveda makes a calibration kit that works very well. There are other methods, like the salt test that could work. However the calibration test is my preferred method.

u/Drizzle8888 · 4 pointsr/trees

RAW 79 mm 1 1/4 Hemp Plastic Cigarette Rolling Machine

I can't roll for shit either. This makes it simple and cake to roll perfect every time. Look into vaporizers! It will change how you use weed for ever!

u/-Greenlung- · 4 pointsr/trees

I dunno why anyone would do it the hard way when these things make it a snap. Takes me ~15 sec to roll a joint with mine.

edit: For the 2-5 times a year I want to waste pot by passing a joint around. My bubbler or vape are far more efficient...

u/Snowpossum · 4 pointsr/trees

Grab a papers roller box for him. They can be used one handed and are cheap.

u/MeltsLikeButter · 4 pointsr/trees

Looks solid, nice job! I take the easy way out and just use a roller. RAW 79mm 1 1/4 Hemp Plastic Cigarette Rolling Machine

u/Scarvis12 · 4 pointsr/TheOCS


I mostly vape. I also have a bong. I don't usually smoke canons/cones. I can roll by hand, and do, if I'm rolling something big, but for just myself and my girlfriend, I just use the RAW 1 1/4 papers and roller with the cellulose filters.

I do not use tobacco. Only smoke straight green.

I do rehydrate now, only in the last few months. Never used to. Always just picked up and smoked right out of the bag.

It does make it easier for rolling a burns a bit smoother IMO.

With the roller, you pack the weed in with a filter, close it shut, spin it and it will compress the weed to the same side/shape as the filter. Once you've rolled and compressed, slide in the edge of a paper, start spinning the roller and it will pull the paper in and wrap it around the weed and filter. Open it and you have a perfect "cigarette" every time.

When rolling cone, larger joints, cross joints, etc... I like to use something to roll the paper with, a pen, a rolled up sheet of white paper, etc... To make it easier to hold the shape. Roll the paper around whatever I'm using and stick it to create a hollow cone/tube. Then I slip a paper filter/tip from the top, down to the bottom and let it unroll itself a bit to fit the open, then fill the weed in from the top. Different people have different methods. My "hand roll" method is a bit unorthodox and "assisted" but a lot easier than fumbling weed everywhere. If that's. It an option, just use the fold in a pack of paper to hold and fill with weed, then tuck/roll a corner and spin it between your fingers, similar to what the roller does.

I prefer to use the rollers though.

If you want to pick some up to try for yourself, here's the links:

The simple RAW 1 1/4roller:

With 1 1/4 papers:

With the slim, cellulose filters (a lot easier on the lungs):

u/Ciguard · 4 pointsr/cigars

Snatch one of these up, you'll be able to cut a cigar perfectly blind folded.

u/resonatingfury · 4 pointsr/lotr

Here is the link. It is worth what surprisingly little it costs :D and it ships really fast, too. Yay Amazon!

u/Zavenism · 4 pointsr/trees

I use the RAW tips. You can get 500 of them for a few bucks

u/mscarn · 4 pointsr/saplings

You might want to look into these.

u/Hoch · 4 pointsr/saplings

If you're looking for a 4 piece grinder with a kief catch... Make sure you don't say kief. Proper term is pollen. Made that mistake once lol. Also, if you have the money, I'd grab a small spoon pipe. See if they have filter tips (example), would be better than card stock.

u/--fix · 4 pointsr/cigars

TO ALL NOOBS looking to build a tupperdore. Or seasoned guys looking to build yet another: [Here is a great piece of tupperware](] on amazon. I recently got it and I couldn't be happier. Great size, great seal, and even has a moisture tray (I just put my boveda packs under that).

Here's a great Humidity/temp gauge

For humidity, Boveda packs are the way to go. A lot of the guys here suggest 65% humidity. Mine is at 69% but I may cut back, we'll see.

Also smoke a Drew Estate - Undercrown. Medium bodied cigar with great flavors and a really nice sweet taste throughout. (Sorry if you've seen me say this many times, it's a great cigar haha)

EDIT Here's another, cheaper tupperware option suggested by /u/nicknameisnub

u/SantoroMT · 4 pointsr/cigars

Tupperware container with a good seal on it, boveda pack at 65 or 69%, and a hygrometer and you're all ready to go.

u/Eldridge33 · 4 pointsr/cigars

There are essentially two companies selling cedar trays on Amazon. After reading through reviews one company has a bunch of "mold" reviews, wherein the trays ARRIVED with mold already on them. Mold will obviously destroy your cigar habitat. The trays listed below are ones I purchased and came in great condition.

  1. Cigar Oasis Caliber IV Hygrometer
  2. 2 Cedar Trays
  3. 1 Sistema 1870 Klip It
  4. 2 Boveda 69% (60g)

u/Not-A-Peep · 4 pointsr/cigars

Some of the most blueneck people you'll ever meet in your life use tupperdores. I would not suggest you use that hygrometer as it has more of an household/environmental application and is likely going to take up way too much room in any humidor. You want something like this Caliber IV or this HygroSet II.

Also, this is the exact acrylic jar started my collection with and it worked great until I ran out of room. Now I use it for incoming/quarantine purposes. I suggest you do what I did and lose the humidifier puck it comes with and use a couple 65% Boveda packs instead.

u/CanadianAirsofter519 · 4 pointsr/cigars

Yeah...your best option would be a tupperdore.

You can get some nice looking tupperdore's these days. Heck, you can go "fancy" air tight container such as

Or go for the classic which is $12, probably one of the easiest/cheapest solutions.

That way you can still place them near your booze and have a nice presentation.


Tupperdore doesn't need to be ugly lunch box tupperwear container. ANYTHING that is airtight can be used in theory.


Also, once you have the tupperdore, get yourself 2 or 3 65% Bovedas and you will have 99 problems, but cigar humidification won't be one.

u/saucytech · 4 pointsr/microgrowery

Here ya go: Veanic 4-Pack Mini Digital...

And the 62% packs: Boveda 62-Percent RH 2-Way...

u/remember_987 · 4 pointsr/TheOCS

if you have time you could cancel your order on the OCS store and just order them off amazon: 4 gram 62%, 8 gram 58%

u/ArmatureArt19 · 3 pointsr/Cigarettes

Loose filters can be a number of problems. Too small of a filter being the easiest thing to blame it on. If you roll straights it can be hard to make the filter stay in, I usually try to keep the filter rolled as tightly as possible and pinch it between my fingers when rolling so it will expand to fit the paper when I let go, I sometimes rip gum tips off papers and use the glue to keep filters in when I'm having trouble. Alternatively if you roll straights, I find rolling cones really makes the filter sit better, as well as smoking better. If all else fails a raw rolling machine (I bought mine couple years back at my local headshop couple years back for something like 4$, and its never failed me) is a great investment for really cheap and wont break on you anytime soon. If you load one of these with about a .8 of rolling batch and a pretty fat filter it will roll you something that is extremely similar to a brand name somke in both look and feel. Good luck and happy rolling.

u/-Vape-Nation- · 3 pointsr/saplings

Like the other guy said, spoon pipes are alot less of a hassle, but if you insist on joints here's my suggestions:

  1. RAW/Zigzag

  2. [This wan] (

  3. You can make your own easily with business cards and what not but if you want go with RAW filters.

  4. Mason Jars FTW

  5. Mason Jars FTW

  6. Weed
u/Climbs-the-steel · 3 pointsr/weed
u/The_____Truth · 3 pointsr/trees

I can tell you the secret... for about tree-fiddie

And by that I mean buy the aforementioned rolling machine... it's just over 3.50 on amazon with free shipping.

u/Jeet_Kune_Do · 3 pointsr/saplings

good idea! i just bought this to match these papers! and you put up a very valid point with the technicalities of the tubes vs thin rolling paper and the filters! thanks for ur input!

u/theghostofkurtcobain · 3 pointsr/trees

buy a pack of Randy's to learn with. The wire in it makes it easier to learn rolling technique. They arent the greatest but do the job and it has the built in roach holder. Or get this and a grinder and they work awesome

u/Jrskf · 3 pointsr/Cigarettes

For cost savings, maybe try rolling your own. As I understand it, there are different levels of it, where the more skill you have the less complicated the tools are. You can freehand roll them, use a plastic machine
Or use an injection machine with filter tubes which are like cigarettes without the tobacco.

u/soberanotherday · 3 pointsr/trees

I believe he’s talking about something like this and if that’s the case these will make your life 100% easier if you can’t roll too good on your own

u/Juanathin · 3 pointsr/trees
u/iKojack · 3 pointsr/trees

I dont know about cigarette injector, but before I learned how to roll joints I had bought a raw roller. It makes flawless joints and it's really quick. this is the one I got. You can get a 1 1/4 size and a king size. But now I roll my joints faster. It just takes practice man.

u/glitcher21 · 3 pointsr/trees

Buy one of these.

But if you're wanting something now you can always use 2 pencils, wrap the paper around one, lick it and seal it like you're rolling up the pencil and then push the paper up the pencil and pack the weed into it with the second pencil until the paper is full. Then twist it at the ends and fly to the moon.

u/ajchann123 · 3 pointsr/saplings
  1. A spliff, by definition (in the US), is a joint with tobacco mixed in. When I used to smoke cigarettes, making a spliff was a great way to use less weed, and many believe smoking tobacco with weed enhances you high a lil

  2. Yes, that's a fair amount for a standard J

  3. There are a lot of great videos on youtube (like this one!), but it basically just takes practice and discovering your own preferred method. However, nowadays I just use this plastic joint roller that actually works perfectly. I get a perfect J every time when I use this

  4. It all depends on how much airflow you want. That said, a J/blunt/spliff works better with ground weed, while picking can get the job done in a moment of desperation haha you would just need to make sure it's rolled well in that case

  5. No difference. Your dad's method is also my preferred method and arguably adds more support for the crutch, but its just a preference

  6. HA! I would actually buy all those strains haha they mean nothing though and the name only roughly associates to a "family" of weed. Many times, strains will be named after the two strains they are made from. Example: Purp OG is just OG Kush mixed with Purple Kush, and so on
u/debotehzombie · 3 pointsr/cigars

Cuban Crafters Perfect Cutter

Can't wait to get my own, I'm stealing my girlfriend's dad's at the moment. Best cutter I've used, perfect cut every time and it's like cutting warm butter.

u/Icecream_and_cigars · 3 pointsr/cigars

No. This one:

I have the large. Worth the extra 2 bucks.

u/thedogsbollies · 3 pointsr/cigars

Initially store in Tupperware - Don't over humidify the cigars, try to keep around 65% rh. (Boveda)

Get a decent cutter like the Perfect Cutter - This is a great cutter, stops you cutting too much off.

Don't smoke too fast! 1-2 per minute.

Don't waste $ on expensive sticks until you can appreciate them. It will take a while.

u/williammud · 3 pointsr/cigars

I recommend the Perfect Cutter Lifetime warranty and at only $17 it's reasonably priced.

u/jarvis400 · 3 pointsr/PipeTobacco

I'm sorry to hear this. Honestly though, you often get what you pay for.

u/montroller · 3 pointsr/trees

It actually looks really similar to this one. Except the whole thing is a darker red and the tip is about 2 inches long.

u/Dunning-Kruger- · 3 pointsr/PipeTobacco

Not tried these with pipe tobacco but I've recently rescued five Cohiba Especiales after they were left in an unsealed box for ~ 10 years and although it took six weeks it worked well.

They basically add or remove moisture till the humidity gets to the set amount. Would be a little high for pipe baccy but you could always keep checking then remove when ready.

Oh and they are not usually that expensive, it was just the first hit on Amazon, should be able to pick up in a pipe /cigar shop.

u/JerusalEmAll · 3 pointsr/cigars

ok, cancel you order from Thompson and lose their web address.

Then order these for humidification and this fo peace of mind.

edit: and if you don't have a tupperware yet, anything that looks like this with the sealing gasket will work. They sell them at target, walmart and everywhere online

u/mozetti · 3 pointsr/cigars

There are a lot of us from DMV on here, and several good cigar shops in the area as well. What area in D, M, or V are you located?

If your humidifier has the green material in it, you probably want to pitch it. Eventually it will start to get moldy, which will then transfer to your cigars. The Drymistat tubes are good, and a lot of people here use Boveda packs (also available at most cigar shops). Other than a calibrated hygrometer -- again, common opinion here is to go with a digital one -- you're good to go with you humidor.

u/ziggythebear · 3 pointsr/weed
  1. Grab a booklet of RAW rolling tips as well
  2. Work on your rolling
  3. Post to /r/trees
u/i8ababy · 3 pointsr/StonerEngineering

That's some sweet engineering! Still, I don't understand why more people don't just use these guys or something similar. I swear by them.

u/SubParUnderLord · 3 pointsr/StonerEngineering

White printer paper is probably no worse than cardboard from rolling paper package. I bought bought a bunch of these raw filter tips super cheap for the amount you get saved me from having to worry about trying to scrounge around for decent paper for filters.

u/soloz2 · 3 pointsr/cigars

Here's what I use. Saw some recommendations here, and skimmed the Amazon reviews to see lots of people using this setup too.
Spanish Cedar Trays
And two 65% Bovedas

This setup will easily hold 50+ cigars. You can fit two of the trays, and the Bovedas fit on each end. I haven't had more than 27 cigars at a time in it yet, but they all fit in the top tray along with my hydrometer with some room for a few more. Right now, the bottom tray has air packets to help regulate humidity by reducing empty space.
Here's a pic:

u/ElenisDad · 3 pointsr/cigars

Sistema KLIP IT Utility Collection Bakery Box Food Storage Container, 14.8 Cup, Clear/Blue | BPA Free

Boveda 69-Percentage RH Individually Over Wrapped 2-Way Humidity Control Pack, 60gm

u/SamSlice · 3 pointsr/cigars

Some of my favorite "entry level" (really, you can start with smoking with whatever you like, taste is taste :) cigars are the Perdomo Lot 23, the Man of War Ruination, and the Undercrown. These cigars vary a bit in taste, and can help you draw out your palate pretty well (though really, you can smoke whatever you like).

There is a great reccomendation page in the wiki (and the wiki is very useful for just starting out, it will contain everything in depth!). For buying cigars, I'd suggest finding five-packs of things you're interested in on CigarMonster, where a five pack will average around $20-25.

For maintaining your cigars, I'd suggest a larger tupperware container with a good seal. Take the tupperware container, wash it well with soap and hot water (to get the plastic smell out), get two or three boveda packs, and just drop them in there with your cigars (take the boveda packs out of their plastic wrappers, but don't tear them open). Bingo!

It's a great hobby, and really doesn't cost a lot to get into. Just stay financially responsible, and don't smoke when you can't afford it :)

A Cuban cigar is a cigar that originated in Cuba. A Cohiba is a cigar that is made in Cuba (or somewhere else, depending on what brand you get), and is very often counterfeited by people wanting to make some money. A Dominican comes from the Dominican Republic.

u/djscsi · 3 pointsr/whatisthisthing

Those are glass "jack" or "flower" screens for a (weed) pipe or bong slide. Better than metal screens, more easily cleaned and clog less. The silicone container is usually used to store cannabis concentrates.


u/chronikfunk · 3 pointsr/trees

Mostly because people dont use glass filters or metal screens in their bong so it just falls through. But get some of these

u/DankYou_VeryMuch · 3 pointsr/trees

I'm glad you're the OP because I'm baked and forgot how to pm someone, and I wanted you to see this. I just had a thought of something that would solve this problem for you. If you don't want to spend any money, a small pebble will do the job just fine.

u/ThatThar · 3 pointsr/cigars

I use this as a humidor. It's been doing me fine so far, no complaints. It's about the same price as a comparable tupperdor, but I'd say it looks better on a shelf than a tupperdor.

u/lunaticfringe80 · 3 pointsr/rosin

Do you have a UV light? That might help spot mold.

Next time, consider Boveda 62 packs to rehydrate instead.

Also, rosin isn't 100% THC, so it doesn't mean it was 20% THC flower when you get 20% yield.

u/duce7 · 3 pointsr/TheOCS

I hear you still learning myself, yes two way and as I understand you can’t mess it up as they draw moisture if it’s to high and add if needed and bigger doesn’t hurt as it just maintains what’s needed.

I picked these up

Posts I have read say 62 for smoking 58 for vape. I’ll find the post and share it in a sec as someone on here made some informative comments on the subject.

u/soheil_boss_man · 3 pointsr/vaporents

Yea that's what I'm talking about, it helps with moisture by keeping the humidity levels right

Boveda 62-Percent RH 2-Way Humidity Control, 8 gram - 10 Pack

u/excellENT__ · 3 pointsr/CanadianMOMs

10 for $12 with Prime

I am no expert or cultivator but some say that 62% still is too damp. Something like 59% would be ideal but the next step down is 49%. I use the 62% packs but open my jars periodically and don't change them until they're quite crunchy. No problems.

u/KevanuReeves · 3 pointsr/cigars

I just converted from humidor to tupperdor. Pick up a sistema in either 101 or 67 oz, and some boveda packs to keep the humidity. It's seriously the best way to keep sticks fresh and is super easy to setup.

u/IClaudiusII · 3 pointsr/canadients

Y'all motherfuckers snitched. I was buying these for 12$ 6 months ago and now they are 30 on amazon.

By the by, they are the best thing ever. Anyone who doesnt use them gets instantly converted when they see how fresh your weed is. Try and order them online, head shops are rip off for them.

u/spongebob66 · 3 pointsr/CanadianMOMs

Yes, boveda packs provide humidity control and are pretty much the standard for storing herb properly. If you're storing for as long as a year, they would be a must have. Even if you open the jar weekly, you'll be fine. They can also (I've heard) be reconstituted when they expire, to be used again. Never tried it, you'd have to google that one for more info. I bought these:

u/DarkStar851 · 3 pointsr/trees

Not the cheapest, but by far the best/easiest, and pretty cheap.

Boveda 62% RH packs and a glass jar. Or even a decent plastic container, if it seals.

u/TEEss · 3 pointsr/cigars

Whynter 2.5 cf Model

It has decent reviews and I have to say it's been fantastic at holding the humidity once I had it set up. It has a temp control on it but I never plug it in. The compressor when lowering the temp was also lowering the humidity and you can't set it above 69 I think. I prefer a 72-75 temp with 70-75% humidity. Left it unplugged with my Oasis plugged in running at 73%.

u/Drama_Derp · 3 pointsr/vaporents

Pax 3 has the same foot print as the Pax 2. (meaning anything made for the Pax 2 will work on the Pax 3)

Sorry but it is Anodized Aluminum. There is no buffing to be done, you will only wear down the coating. Depending on the color you may have some luck with a sharpie and a steady hand.

Firstly I would suggest a skin. This is the one i got, actual carbon fiber feel not just printed.

Here are some other skins from the same shop

I had a Skunk Case for a while before the o-ring got loose and cause the hinge to break (partly my fault).

ID makes the cheapest smell proof option with their mylar bag.

u/NigZiggel · 3 pointsr/trees

Here is one that I would highly recommend. Been using it since I got my pax and have never had a problem with smell.

u/Kromulent · 3 pointsr/trees

Bovedas are great, I've used them for years. I understand many serious growers swear by them.

For weed, you want the 62% version:

u/tomraider021 · 3 pointsr/sqdc

Lemballage date de 4 mois, la masse du cannabis depend beaucoup de son contenu d'humidité. Il est clair que le produit a sécher depuis ce temps la.

Je vous recommande tous dacheter des paquets humidificateurs (voir lien) pour améliorer la qualité de votre herbe ainsi qu'augmenter la masse. Garder votre cannabis dans un pot masson avec le boveda et vous verrez que dans 1-2 jours vos cocottes reprendront la masse et fumeront BEAUCOUP mieux!

u/taylor314gh · 3 pointsr/cigars

Sistema 1870 Klip It Collection Rectangle Food Storage Container, 236 Ounce

Spanish Cedar Cigar Tray, Adjustable Divider, Fits Large Humidors, Made with Solid Spanish Cedar, by Quality Importers X2

Boveda 65% RH 2-Way Humidity Control for Cubans, Oily Wrapper Cigars & Wooden Humidors, 4 Count 60-Gram Packets (Humidifier/Dehumidifier)-by Boveda Inc

Inkbird ITH-10 Digital Thermometer and Hygrometer Temperature Humidity Monitor

That should do it, cedar trays are optional but I found that they helped keep things organized

u/jtread4 · 3 pointsr/cigars

Most will recommend the Sistema 1870.

You can optionally get a Spanish Cedar Drawer for organization.

You will need a hygrometer.

And finally Boveda. Most people will recommend 62% or 65% for a tupperdor setup.

u/TophatsNTaters · 2 pointsr/cigars

Like the others said, get a digital hygrometer. The analog ones are junk and shouldn't be trusted. The Caliber IV is a good choice. Also, you'll want to calibrate it using one of these. I put containers of distilled water on every level and left it for a few days. Just let it do its thing. Lightly moistening the shelves and drawers will help, but don't overdo it because they can warp.

As for humidification, the general rule of thumb for Boevda is one 60g pack for every 25 cigars that the container is ABLE to hold (for example, if it's listed as a 100 ct you'd need at least 4 packs). You might want more than just 12 of the 60g packs. 65% is what you want.

Our wineadors seem to be similar in size so for reference, I use 6 of the 320g packs (one on each shelf/drawer) and the humidity is rock solid. It might be excessive but keep in mind that you can't have too many Bovedas since they're self-regulating. The more you have, the longer they'll last and work more efficiently.

Another thing to note is if you have a drain plug at the bottom of your wineador is to plug it. It's just another spot for humidity to escape.

u/stickinitinaz · 2 pointsr/cigars

Boveda sells an actual calibration kit - Click "from 3.78 new" and order from premium humidors for cheapest price.

u/faon18 · 2 pointsr/cigars

I use these when I get new hygrometers. I know about the salt test and it does typically work. however, I prefer these. I also have 4 digital hygrometers in my main humidor as I font trust just one kind lol.

u/Dr0me · 2 pointsr/Charcuterie

i normally start with like 75%-80% for the first week or so then drop it down to 70% for the rest of the aging. This allows the meat to dry out slowly at first so the casing doesn't harden and trap in moisture which can lead to spoilage. I think it is important to get an adjustable hydrometer and calibrate it so you know your actual humidity and not assumed. However, if your meat didn't spoil but just hardened around the edges, you can vacuum seal the end result for a couple weeks and it will even it out and improve the mouthfeel.
this is a good hydrometer and this is a good calibration kit

u/KonkyDong212 · 2 pointsr/snakes

First I'd get a calibration kit to see if they really are faulty, especially if they're all reading the same things and adjusting when you move them. You can get one on amazon for like 8$. If it really is the hygrometers, then you're probably going to need to invest in a higher quality hygrometer.

u/BurgrMeistr · 2 pointsr/trees

you twist it in case you dont plan on smoking it within an hour or so and you are worried about it falling apart.

looks pretty loose so it was a good idea for him... goodtry/10 bro
maybe think of investing in a roller-

u/longtimelurker- · 2 pointsr/entwives

I highly recommend a Raw “cigarette” rolling machine! Once you get the hang out of it, there’s no turning back!

u/theboysaccount · 2 pointsr/trees

Joint Roller

check this out, I don’t use it but I heard it gets you perfect joints every time!

u/headpool182 · 2 pointsr/ontario

Well, mine is Raw, I got it from Rock universe. Most headshops should have them. Or buy from Amazon -

ninja edit: OCS might have some under accessories

u/cHorse1981 · 2 pointsr/weed

As far as rolling a joint goes if you don't have the patience to master doing it freehand you can always get a rolling machine. They are sized to fit a particular size of paper so be sure the roller and papers are the same size.

Trade-Ctore RAW 79 mm 1 1/4 Hemp Plastic Cigarette Rolling Machine

how to video

u/smileysocks · 2 pointsr/woahdude

Try using a cigarette roller. My thumbs are shot and this makes it super easy.

u/Danteinferno500 · 2 pointsr/trees

There was a thread not too long ago (maybe an hour) talking about some tips and tricks for rolling. If you like me and can't roll to save your life, pick one of these up.

u/MainsleyDesign · 2 pointsr/bostontrees

Ever used on of these? Cigarettes are horrible for your circulation which won't help your dexterity. Do you like rap music? You could get yourself an MPC instead of a guitar and make some beats or something...

u/DaMurkySturgeon · 2 pointsr/eldertrees

get a rolling machine:

I have one of these and it works like a champ.

u/touchy610 · 2 pointsr/trees

If I don't feel like rolling, I use one of these. Cheap, and effecient.

u/BALTHAZ4R · 2 pointsr/trees
u/bettorworse · 2 pointsr/Damnthatsinteresting

Almost everybody had one of these, tho

u/UKUK8 · 2 pointsr/Brampton

Yes but it will stink and also taste differently when you relight it.

I’m not sure about at Ganjika or the OCS but at the Wee Smoke Shop in dt Brampton you can buy rollers. The brand is Raw and it’s no more than $10. It’s a little contraption where you put the weed into it and a filter paper, then you just close it, feed a rolling paper through, give it a twist, lick the paper and you have a smokeable joint. (Not the prettiest or best roll but it’s fast and small and convenient). Here’s a link to it on Amazon

u/the1osu · 2 pointsr/trees

It's the RAW 1.25 roller. You can get it here on Amazon

u/Musicduude · 2 pointsr/trees

Anything "RAW" in that case. Without spending too much money I'd suggest a raw rolling tray, raw papers (1 1/4 size is what most people roll with), and some tips! If he has a difficult time rolling his own joints you could always get him a rolling machine. They're pretty cheap.

Rolling machine


I cannot vouch for the machine, but everything else is pretty basic. Pretty much everyone uses Raw papers these days. I prefer variety myself, but yeah.

u/greenspartan · 2 pointsr/cigars
u/ha1fway · 2 pointsr/cigars

I've used xikar cutters and they're fine, I just don't care for the style.

Personally I can't recommend these highly enough. Cheap and free amazon shipping. Tack one onto your next order. Also has a lifetime warrantee.

u/ShitGuysWeForgotDre · 2 pointsr/halloween

All stuff I got from Amazon. The beard and wig came together (also came with stick on eyebrows, but they weren't very comfortable or visible so I didn't wear them), and the hat, robe, and satchel were also a package deal. Then I got some kind of bling necklace, the dollar signs multi-ring, and shutter shades which were advertised as "glow in the dark" though the glow only last about 5 minutes even though I put them under a bright light all day. I also got a long sherlock pipe that was very nice, totally legitimate (IE could actually be smoked from, though I didn't actually use it) and came in a nice storage box with felt or something inside, and was only $20.

All told, I probably spent about a hundred bucks on the costume. Just summed the current prices, $115.06 including shipping for the things that weren't available with Prime. I think that's a few dollars more than what I paid, some of the prices have fluctuated.

The beard and wig were pretty good quality IMO. The beard didn't stick on, but instead had a couple of straps that go around the back of your head and are covered by the wig. The wig was pretty thick and full of hair and looked very nice. Drinking was kind of bitch with the beard on; I drank out of bottles with moderate success if I was careful, but had to use a straw with anything from an open glass. After a while I started pulling the beard down so the mustache was below my mouth, to make it easier to drink.

The robe was nothing fancy, but looked good and wasn't too expensive. The color definitely isn't genuine but the beard/hair made the Gandalf part obvious to anyone who knew who Gandalf was. The hat and satchel were both made of very cheap thin foam, and the strap on the bag isn't adjustable I found it hung too low to be convenient. The hat also easily slid off of the wig, I had to use a few safety pins to attach it to the wig. LPT: Don't stab yourself in the skull with safety pins.

Both pieces of costume jewelry -- the necklace and the rings -- were cheap plastic. I probably could have gotten better quality stuff for a similar price, or gotten the same crap for cheaper if I tried, but it did the job. The necklace didn't have a clasp, you just slide it over your head, and it was a pretty tight squeeze. Definitely impossible to put it on or take it off without removing the wig, and someone with a particularly large head might not be able to put it on at all.

Some people "got" the costume better than others as was expected. Most people at least knew Gandalf, but I got some confused looks when I tried to explain the Cray part. A group of people took to calling me Wiz, I think as a combination of wizard and Wiz Khalifa. I really enjoyed the costume and I definitely want to use it again, especially since it was the most expensive one I've ever had. It was a lot of fun to put together and the general reaction was pretty positive, so I'd recommend it to someone who wants to put only small/moderate amount of effort for a pretty cool costume.

u/cmoon761 · 2 pointsr/cigars

Do not freeze them. Assuming that you keep humidity in check you have no concern over beetles.

Take a Tupperware container (or any airtight container) with you which is at least 8" long, then buy a humidity packet called a Boveda, which you can her on Amazon. This packet will automatically regulate the humidity to be just right.

Keep them sealed up, and open the container only when needed. They will age beautifully like this for years. Also store them in a dark place at around 68° f

Airtight glass kitchen canisters work well too. These TightVac containers are great too, just make sure you get the big one. Either of these will also need a Boveda pack. URLs below.

Tightvac - 5oz to 24 Ounce Vacuum Sealed Container - Black Body/Black Cap

Anchor Hocking Montana Glass Jar with Fresh Sealed Lid, Black Metal, 1.5 Gallon

Boveda 72 Percent RH 2-Way Humidity Control, Large, 60 gram, 4-Pack

u/digitalliquid · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

please guys stop using food to add moisture, its a great way to get mold and funky tasting product. they make humdi packs for cigars that will give you a desired % and it wont make your shit taste funky.

u/jirohen · 2 pointsr/Cigarettes

That's where this stuff comes into play, it's a food safe product that's used in most tobacco to keep the moisture in, I think that's why most packed cigs keep for a while, but the RYO pouches may dry out (depending on ingredients list) if they decide to use a humectant or not.

Have you tried using those moisture pouches that cigar users use inside your tobacco tin? that way you'd possibly avoid getting mold into your tobacco using fruit as a source of moisture. I heard Boveda is a good brand, and have seen on some videos how to rehydrate them when they dry out.

u/morkman100 · 2 pointsr/cigars
u/ThatGuyOnTheReddits · 2 pointsr/cigars

Hygrometer recommendation:

69% Boveda packs:

You said you already have the humidors. The rest will take care of itself with a little monitoring. You can get as fancy, or as frugal as you want, these are really the only necessities though.

What sticks do you like by the way?

u/Cp7Chris009 · 2 pointsr/cigars

Get one of these weathertight bins and a box of these bovedas and you'll be good to go

u/jeffrife · 2 pointsr/cigars

Cool, I'm going to go with these and this. Thanks guys!

u/Yrrem · 2 pointsr/vaporents

If you get a pack of the RAW filter tips (not the perforated ones, the brownish ones that are usually like $1 -THESE) and roll it up REALLY tight itll fit inside the condenser. Stick it inside

After that, take a Qtip and clip off one of the cotton tops. Use the stick then to puh the filter through the dynavap. When it comes out, the filter paper will have pushed most of the oil and absorbed very little.

To clean the bowl piece use any thin piece of metal, some pocket knives have good parts on them for that.

EDIT: Then sandwich the wax with bud or AVB

u/GreenestInThaVillage · 2 pointsr/uktrees

These. I also realise now how confusing that was to everyone calling them tabs by mistake. oh dear

u/ueyat · 2 pointsr/trees

From what I've come to know the cotton tips filter out almost all THC. These are my go to for joints. You get a lot of them for cheap I think its a pretty good deal.

u/alrobert13 · 2 pointsr/TheOCS

You can do that. You can also get some on Amazon. Look for Raw filter .. there's cigarette type filters, paper filters, all sorts of stuff. Chances are you'll get they before your weed...

500 RAW Rolling Papers Filter Tips (10 Booklets of 50) Standard Size Vegan

u/SuperBlown · 2 pointsr/trees

just crutch papers man. Once you use them you'll never use business cards again.

u/Yellowdawwg · 2 pointsr/trees
u/IvanAE · 2 pointsr/trees

$12.73 :)
Here is are the papers, and here are the tips.

u/Runfatboyrun911 · 2 pointsr/trees

This. It keeps your container at a constant 65% humidity, i use them for cigars which are MUCH more delicate to humidity. All you need and itll last years because once the pack dries up, you can put it in a container with water and it fills right back up overnight.

u/Ric1917 · 2 pointsr/cigars

Buy a large plastic airtight container, like this one that is highly recommended

Grab a few boveda, I use 65% personally

2-3 will be enough. That will keep them good for a long long time. I would unwrap the boxes and prop the lids open when putting them in the Tupperware, just for airflow.

Also, congrats on the wedding!

u/GrannysLit · 2 pointsr/cigars

Around $25 bucks..

Rubbermaid Brilliance Food Storage Container, Large, 9.6 Cup, Clear 1991158

Goabroa Mini Hygrometer Thermometer Digital Indoor Humidity Gauge Monitor with Temperature Meter Sensor Fahrenheit (℉)

Boveda 65-Percentage RH Individually Over Wrapped 2-Way Humidity Control Pack, 60gm

u/smokybrett · 2 pointsr/cigars

If I had $70 I would do a build your own sampler. Invite some friends over and burn through them.

My choices would be

  1. HC Series Maduro2 Robusto

  2. Diesel Unlimited d.X

  3. Romeo y Julieta Vintage #7.5

  4. Rocky Patel ITC Limited Reserve Bear

    You're also going to want to store them somewhere. For an additional $16 on Amazon you can get this and this

    You can store them under your bed. That boveda should last you a couple months. After that you can either buy a new one, or spend $1 on a gallon of distilled water. Soak your boveda for a few days until the hard chunks inside are gone and you're ready to go again.
u/angryqueso · 2 pointsr/cigars

So I'm not exactly sure what you mean by water pillow. However, if it looks like this then it's probably a Boveda pack, which are very popular humidification devices, and for good reason. They take the guess work out; you just throw one in with your sticks. I'm guessing that's what they included with your shipment, and it's what myself (along with most everyone else here) would recommend you use to humidify your cigars in a humidor.

So to answer your question, yes, you're fine to leave them in a bag with a boveda, if that's what you have. But if you are buying/have bought 50 sticks, I'd recommend the upgrade to a tupperdor.

u/oldlegbone · 2 pointsr/cigars

You know what I like to do with work emails?

Ignore them.

Welcome to the sub! Get verified and start trading, man.

Also, here's some links to your new overflow tupperdor that you'll need once you get verified:



u/BillWeld · 2 pointsr/cigars

You might save them with some TLC. The question is is it worth it. Depends on the sticks. Assuming you want to proceed, get an airtight container something like this, put the cigars in with one of these. Then just wait a few months.

u/nessi_saltares · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Congrats on being an auntie & congrats to your brother! ❤

This. I bought some when I went on a trip earlier this month but lost them over there. Not prime but free shipping.

Thanks for the contest! (:

u/ArsenistRobot · 2 pointsr/trees

20+ Glass Flower/Daisy Screens For Pipes [20 Pcs w/ Small Container]

u/Captinfucker · 2 pointsr/saplings

Don't go overboard. Just buy a $10-20 spoon pipe, a nice grinder(this and this are both good ones in different styles), and an eighth of some good weed. Don't go overboard immediately. If you want a bong just get it off DHgate or (most of the bongs you'll find in headshops are the same exact pieces for 500% more). If you want to get a vape the Arizer solo is amazing for $120 and the MFLB is decent for $80. Since it's a legal state there's really no reason to bother with joints unless you really like them. Any papers / grinders / rollers you can get on amazon really cheaply.

Also get some of these screens for the bowls, they basically stop all weed from getting sucked in

u/smitty_be_slunk · 2 pointsr/trees

I believe they're called glass filters. They look like 4-5 tiny little glass beads joined together in a floral formation. They're designed to be used with the snap bong bowls that are practically tubes where your weed will just fall through. My thought is that if you put one in a regular bowl, it will just take up some space and work like normal.

Also, they're cheap as hell. I'll see if I can find some online.

EDIT: I found some! Literally 5 dollars for 20 of them, and a cool dab container.

u/KushBurgerFlex · 2 pointsr/CBDhempBuds
u/cook_ · 2 pointsr/hempflowers

Large jars with humidity packs for long term storage. Move from that jar to a smaller jar you will be opening more regularly for usage. You just don't want to be opening your storage jar as much as your usage jar. It will keep the humidity packs lasting longer. The humidity packs should last 4-6 months in a dark sealed jar. Just replace the packs when they get stiff and you should be able to store for quite a while.

Boveda Humidity Packs
Integra Humidity Packs

u/UnleashTheTurtle · 2 pointsr/trees

You can also try these, they're definitely more expensive but incredibly worth it ngl

u/tdktank59 · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

Weed may smell grassy even tho it's skunky in the room but that smell typically goes away during drying and will definetly be gone sometime in the cure.

Make sure to have proper airflow and to dry and cure your buds properly.
I use boveda 62% as soon as they go into the jars. And I Crack them every day for the first week or two to help the rh stabilize then onto the long cure.

Boveda 62-Percent RH 2-Way Humidity Control, 8 gram - 10 Pack

Source: my last harvest all smelled a bit grassy until at least dry and 1 strain took 3 weeks in cure to get rid of its grassy smell.

u/CaptainGreezy · 2 pointsr/trees

The "too much moisture" and mold issues can be avoided by using Boveda packs which will prevent the optimal 62% relative humidity from being exceeded.

u/canuckchick1980 · 2 pointsr/CanadianMOMs

I buy on amazon,

I also rehydrate; place hard packs in glass of water for a few min until soften, then into a ziploc. Have rehydrated each pack many times; no need to throw out. I place an 8G into an OZ bag/jar and it keeps it fresh.

u/dak4f2 · 2 pointsr/eldertrees

Get some boveda packs to add to air tight mason jars stored in a cool, dark place. Should last you a long time!

u/Smokadabowla · 2 pointsr/rosin

It's super strain dependent. The lowest I've gotten is 10% and that's from a single strain. Average is 15%+. Humidity is a big thing too. With these and dialing the time and temps down on certain high yielding strains you can easily get 20%+. Gorilla Glue #4 and Blueberry have been my biggest yielders so far(pics are a couple weeks old but still using the same flower today). If you tell the people at the dispensaries that you're going to press it they might be able to direct you towards better yielding strains too. And instead of using an ounce or more just testing times and temps, you might want to just press small buds one at a time, checking out the color, stability, yield, flavor for like single dab presses. Then you find what works the best without having to buy an ounce of each strain just to experiment.

u/MOMAccount123 · 2 pointsr/MOMpics

Mason jars from the dollar store or like walmart work fine then just keep one or two of these in the jar with it. It will basically bring dry bud back to life with moisture and makes it sticky again/keeps it sticky and fresh if you already have good bud :) One boveda pack could probably last a month and there are ways to "recharge" them if you're cheap but personally I just throw them out once they dry up too much.

u/nooshaw · 2 pointsr/Marijuana

I use stash jars that are 3" tall and 2" diameter (standard size) to hold weed. Line these in the back in individual holding slots of 3 or 4. Sectioned off from the front and length wise a simple trough to hold items like vapes, pens, paper, grinder. For humidity control use Boveda 8g packets in each jar. They last for months keeping his cannabis fresh.

If you really want to trick it out pick up some Swagstr stash jars and matching grinder on Etsy. They also sell stash boxes so have a look for design ideals.

u/kc1328 · 2 pointsr/CanadianMOMs

I keep my almost all of my weed in the dark, in glass jars, with a boveda pack, I also have small hygrometers (you dont need one in every jar, I just move them around to keep an eye on the humidity()
I lost track of some strawberry Jerry, it had been sitting for 5 months, I rolled a joint last week, it smelled and smoked as good as it did when I first opened it, you dont forget the smell, it was from KC so the Terps are always good and they are still the same.


Anchor Hocking Emma Jar with Glass Cover,10-Ounce,Set of 4

Boveda Humidipak 8 Gram (Medium) 10 Pack 2-way Humidity Control 62% RH

EEEKit 5-Pack Mini LCD Digital Electronic Temperature Humidity Meter Indoor Thermometer Hygrometer (Black) (5-Pack)

u/CheapMedicine · 2 pointsr/saplings

Ey! this might be a late reply and what i am about to say may have already been written but what i did to keep my cabbage good was to use Boveda 62-Percent RH 2-Way Humidity Control, 8 gram - 10 Pack to keep the humidity in check and so that mold does not grow on your delicacy. for storing i used Ball Wide Mouth Pint 16-Ounce Glass Mason Jar with Lids and Bands. hopefully this helps out and keeps your buds good to go for a long time to come! hope you have a great day!

u/BIG_BLACK_COFFEE · 2 pointsr/PipeTobacco
u/Norris420 · 2 pointsr/CanadianMOMs

Yeah it saves me when i'm out of fresh weed leaf/bud . Not sure about headshops selling it but i got mine from amazon

u/cjokrap · 2 pointsr/cigars

It might be worth it then to just order it on Amazon.

u/FromundaMabalz · 2 pointsr/cigars
u/cavhob · 2 pointsr/cubancigars

if its this it looks pretty cool, and good reviews too. Something to research now, thanks!

u/PublicPilot007 · 2 pointsr/cigars

This If you're already outgrowing your humidor just skip a step and grab this or something like it. It's inevitable...

u/Zumoshitekato · 2 pointsr/StonerEngineering

Reminds me of this:

This is the same concept and it can be used to fill and pack the joint too!

u/FailleBelle · 2 pointsr/trees

The Cone Artist, $5 on Amazon. Takes a little bit of practice but their tutorials videos on Youtube helped a ton. I get perfect joints every time.

u/OCDPacMan · 2 pointsr/ploompax

Sorry, somehow I did not see that there were some comments on here. Yeah, I got the Titan case that a lot of people raved about, and did not care for it very much. But this skunk case on Amazon is totally perfect. Completely airtight an odor proof. Weird right now it shows as being out of stock on Amazon.

Pax 2 Smell-proof Hard Plastic Case; Pocket-carry with Flip-top for Easy Access (Black) By Skunkcase

u/XdefeatsY · 2 pointsr/ploompax

I personally recommend investing in one of these for when you aren't using your PAX:

They are pretty discrete and will block out the smell from the vaporizer itself.

u/Benevolent_Truculent · 2 pointsr/ploompax

Bought the skunkcase on Amazon. Have had it for 2 weeks now. Works amazingly well.

Pax 2 Smell-proof Hard Plastic Case; Pocket-carry with Flip-top for Easy Access (Black) By Skunkcase

u/hangingfruits · 2 pointsr/vaporents

Tried snagging some pax caps?
I've heard good things about them, also quite cheap. Skunk Case also has some more expensive smell proof water proof etc. options.

u/Dank_Knight69 · 2 pointsr/trees

Store it in an airtight container like a Mason jar. If you're worried about drying out, you can always get [bovida humipacks.](Boveda 62 Percent RH 2-Way Humidity Control, 4 gram - 10 Pack

u/Ijustaskthequestion · 2 pointsr/Michigents

Boveda 62% RH 4 Gram, patented 2-Way Humidity Control, (1) 10-Pack, Unwrapped Boveda, Resealable Bag, store up to ½ oz (14g) of cannabis; terpene protector, for drier climates and higher altitudes

u/Therealpolishbeast · 2 pointsr/TheOCS
u/EatenByWeirdFishes · 2 pointsr/puer

You're right, the tubes have (temporarily) ruined one of my cakes, and I'm waiting for it to air out to get rid of that chemical odor. Instead I recommend using a 65% Boveda pack and a 1 gallon mylar bag.

The standard method is to store your tea in some sort of container with relatively low airflow, and to pack it full of tea to decrease volatility of temperature and humidity. This container could be a plastic box with a lid, an unpowered refrigerator, a large crock, etc. There are various ways to add humidity in this setup and I don't like any of them. Not foolproof enough.

Some people like myself prefer a much higher degree of control and precision. I store most of my tea in mylar bags with 65% Boveda packs, at room temperature (~75 F). Anything higher than 65% at room temperature will put you at serious risk of mold. Also, the lack of airflow isn't an issue. That's a myth.

The following is all you'll need to purchase to get started.

  1. 1-Gallon Mylar Bags

  2. 65% RH Boveda packs

    It's by far the easiest, most foolproof way to store pu-erh: all you have to do is put your cake of tea and a Boveda pack in a mylar bag and seal it. Done.

    Edit: To take this a step further you can create a temp-controlled "hotbox" which will keep your tea warm (104 F for peak enzymatic activity) allowing you to use higher humidity (up to 72% RH), but the details haven't really been figured out yet. I'm currently doing an experiment that will show some inital results in January 2020. So just letting you know there is more to it than what I've mentioned above, but I don't suggest jumping into it quite yet because it's a bit expensive, requires some know-how, and after all that is still very risky.
u/unn4med · 2 pointsr/vaporents

Hey, I’ve seen Sneaky Pete demo this in one of his vids and thought it’d be perfect. I don’t want to carry around a “small” bubbler with me, but this glass is actually doable to carry around.

Haven’t tried it yet but heard lots of good things about it!

u/Matrix19 · 2 pointsr/vaporents

here is everything you need (WPA for the solo included): (amazon canada link)

And you can order it for a cheaper price elsewhere

u/krdshrk · 1 pointr/cigars

Hygroset II

Small, very easy to calibrate (turn the dial). I recommend using the Boveda Hygrometer Calibration Kit to calibrate it as well.

u/Itkovan · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Yes absolutely since the AC is removing moisture from the air. I had the exact same problem as you, in fact it even led to me getting sick several times before I thought about it, and identified the source. I put a humidifier directly in front of the fan/blower part of the AC unit in order to distribute the moist air throughout the room.

Nowadays with whole house AC I keep a hygrometer and a humidifier on a timer. (I don't trust hygrometers built in to humidifiers. Actually I would buy an adjustable hygrometer along with a way to calibrate it.) With a way to measure the humidity I try to keep it at the minimum that doesn't cause problems for my throat. Experiment and find that minimum since too much humidity is bad for mold and could lead to a whole new set of issues.

u/insert_comical_name · 1 pointr/trees

This is the one I got and here is a larger one.

u/chuck138 · 1 pointr/StonerEngineering

This probably wouldn’t work for dry papers but they do make really cheap machines just for that. They come in many different sizes for typically under $10. It’s the only way I can roll lol

RAW 79 mm 1 1/4 Hemp Plastic Cigarette Rolling Machine

u/Gyis · 1 pointr/trees

Just get a cigarette roller. They are cheap, easy to use, and roll a perfect joint every time.

u/tidefan · 1 pointr/trees

Trade-Ctore RAW 79 mm 1 1/4 Hemp Plastic Cigarette Rolling Machine

u/frbap · 1 pointr/ontario

Just get a roller.

Bought mine for like 5 bucks from a corner store.

u/canniferous_rex · 1 pointr/canadients

I would advise you to pick up a Raw rolling machine and your own bud. Pre rolls can be made with shitty floor weed much like fake cigars are.

Not saying they all are, but some definitely are made with crap quality and its much easier to make pinners with that machine.

u/ronnieboy25 · 1 pointr/trees

If you smoke regularly then I recommend you get this Buy some Elements King size Papers and a pack of tips. You'll save a lot of money!

u/frickxoff · 1 pointr/trees

I use a grinder. The buds don't break up enough for me when I do it by hand. Use a RAW rolling machine to roll joints. They burn a lot better that way because I can't roll a joint on my own to save my life. Lol

u/MechanizedMedic · 1 pointr/trees

Maybe try one of these little rollers if you want to start rolling your own. Takes about a minute to make a perfect rollie without a fuss... I like to pack mine extra tight so they go out if I don't keep puffin.

u/crypticsmellofit · 1 pointr/portlandtrees

you can also just get filters and papers, and use a rolling machine: put the filter in at one end and put the flower in the rest...

u/MyLittleGrowRoom · 1 pointr/StonerEngineering

Amazon has them for less than $5, and my local tobacco shop has them for less than $3. Amazon Raw Rolling Machine

u/benzarella · 1 pointr/weed

You should get a joint/cigarette roller like this one . It’s great for shaky hands because it does all the work for you. They are also cheap. One of these would help you so much!

u/tinyjb · 1 pointr/Marijuana

Idk about blunts, but I do know joints.

For joints, the #1 mistake that I've learned not to make is to roll it/pack it too tightly. If you roll it or pack it too tightly, that joint will be running like a mf. It took some time for me to feel what is an overly packed joint.

Basically, if you squeeze it and it doesn't budge nearly at all from how tight it is, it will start running.

To avoid this problem, I do this: After I roll the joint, I twist 1 end. If I feel that it is too tight, I start rolling the joint in my fingers to loosen it, it's okay if a little weed falls out. It is kind of difficult for me to describe when a joint is not overly packed/too tightly rolled but also not "loose" either.

Again, basically if your joint is so tight that it feels like a candle stick and will not "give" when you squeeze it, you need to do the loosening technique. An under-packed joint should be obvious as weed will be able to slide up and down the joint.

Here is the joint roller that I use. It took some practice to learn how to roll good joints that weren't too tight or too skinny, but once I learned how to roll joints well with this, I never rolled by hand again.

u/Blacklightrising · 1 pointr/trees

That's cool, no judgement. But a rolling machine like this one.
A pack of papers and a Glass crutch are minimal effort for a much more powerful and cheaper experience.
The smallest amount of effort will afford you a better experience, that's all I wish to point out.

u/g4howie · 1 pointr/trees

I can't stress how awesome the automatic cigarette rollers are. They are 5 bucks, and worth their weight in gold.

it takes about 2 minutes to learn how to use it.
every joint you roll is perfect, cylindrical, tight, same diameter of a cigarette. and because they are so perfect, they look a lot more like a cigarette.

edit: here is the one i have

u/AlamedaBrian · 1 pointr/trees

I cheat and use a cigarette rolling machine, like this:

Plus the tips they have in the "frequently bought together". Perfect cylinders every time, no burnt fingers or lips.

u/corruocorruo · 1 pointr/trees

Maybe buy a grinder and a vape. Or even cheaper, a grinder and a rolling machine like this

u/FlatulENTz · 1 pointr/trees

Those cheap little rolling machines really work.

Example ---->

u/PhosphorescentWave · 1 pointr/trees

Try a rolling machine (Amazon). I've given up on hand rolling. Honestly even the rolling machine was a pain in the ass for me to get right (took me like 20 attempts after watching a REALLY simple youtube video) but eventually I got it right.

The thing I figured out was that the herb needs to be somewhat dense for it to roll right. I only like to smoke a little at a time so I didn't want to fill the entire joint.

I fixed that by cutting a piece of a plastic drinking straw and stuffing it with rolled up filters. I put the straw at one end of the roller, and the (actual) filter at the other, that way I can pack herb into the open area tightly without using too much.

Now that the herb is packed in nice and tight, I roll it up, seal it, and kind of pinch the straw out of the joint and twist it up. They come out a little pathetic looking but who gives a shit? They smoke really nice and it's the perfect amount.

If you're interested I can take a few pictures to illustrate what I mean about the straw.

u/op4daze · 1 pointr/trees

It always takes awhile for me, never could roll a decent one quick.. I picked this up a few years ago. Perfect every time.

u/TomSawyer410 · 1 pointr/PipeTobacco

I've never used them. If you're not familiar with hand rolling I recommend this like thing.

Don't try to overstuff it and you'll make perfect little cigarettes. Use 1.25 papers.

u/One_Crazy_Dude · 1 pointr/trees

Not really. The stuff you're thinking of putting in it is typically more moist and doesnt pack as well in a machine of this caliber. Save the $70 bucks and maybe go with something like this instead.

Although hand rollies still work better i think.

u/followmeftw · 1 pointr/Pieces

Picked this one up a couple years back. Ultra cheap, pretty durable, massive bowl (as it's intended for tobacco), filter is incredibly hard to clean so I just removed it. Best of luck!

u/h3r4ld · 1 pointr/trees

Amazon, bro. Amazon.

u/thebigham1 · 1 pointr/trees
u/Umpalumpa47 · 1 pointr/trees

Not OP but it looks exactly like a pipe i have, got it on Amazon:

u/Gaukler · 1 pointr/trees

Check out Fess, they have cheaper pipes. I recently bought one for 20 on Amazon haven't gotten it yet so cant say how good it works or is made.

u/chuckst3r · 1 pointr/cigars

Are these the ones you can recharge?

That's why I got the drymistat for the fact that they were rechargeable like that.

u/InnovativeFarmer · 1 pointr/worldnews

There is huge variety in this types of jars but I just picked the first one linked that popped up. There are some that have a very durable gasket.

You can buy normal mason just about anywhere. Walmart, Target, dollar stores, etc. My mom does a bunch of canning and preserving so my house was always stocked with them.

Edit: You can get disposable humidor packs that are sold online or at cigar shops.

u/cobalt99 · 1 pointr/cigars

Boveda 69% Rh 2-Way Humidity Control, Large 60 g, 4 Pack

u/mahstahblahstah · 1 pointr/cigars
u/Beanbaker · 1 pointr/trees

I mean, you can buy 500 RAW tips from Amazon for REALLY CHEAP

u/BlackEyedSceva7 · 1 pointr/trees

Honestly, will likely be the most affordable place around. Here is a box of Double Platinum Blunt Wraps - Various Flavors 25 Packs (50 Wraps) for £16.93. That is what, about two dollars cheaper per pack than you are paying at the local shop?

If you are willing to pay the shipping cost to order the product from the US you can score some amazing deals on various products. For example, you can get 64 "RAW King Size Organic" rolling papers, a 110mm "RAW Organic" branded rolling machine, and a book of 50 "RAW Organic" filter tips for about $6(AUD). You can also order an extra 512 "RAW King Size Organic" rolling papers and 500 "RAW Organic" filter tips for about $15(AUD).

In the event that you want glass pieces you could always try Etsy. Many sellers are individuals just looking to sell their art. I am sure you could easily make shipping arrangements by contacting the individual. Here is a sick Piranha Plant pipe, a Pineapple Chillum that looks impossible to use, and a wicked Earth-tone pipe with Mandala designs on it.

u/will-reddit-for-food · 1 pointr/trees

Not if you use a tip/crutch/filter like these

u/AhNeem · 1 pointr/trees

I'd say a grinder or maybe some joint papers or blunt wraps. If they dab maybe a new nail or a dab tool or silicone wax container. If they're a bong guy get a bowl and maybe a hempwick lighter with a spool of hemp wick if it's in you're budget. Here's and this some joint papers and tips. If possible I'd try to make your SS isn't a a kid living with his parents don't wanna get him in trouble haha

u/NikButter · 1 pointr/trees

Yo bro, I got you!

First Rolling Papers

Second thing for sure is Filters

Now you need a grinder and there's a lot of good ones out there, this is the one I went with a few years back and I still use it all of the time, plus it came with a pollen press but... It's a bit pricey!

I'm gonna give you the rest of my typical setup that are less used by others and just the "little things"

  • A hand needle or an long/avg size but THIN screw/nail (anything). This really is a must, what I use is this guy

  • I have an average sized RAW (hemp) tray, however I've noticed I keep using it less and less. You'll be fine without one just use a book or something but it's something to consider.
    *Get yourself a magnifying glass man. One of my all time favorite activities while I'm high with friends or even by myself is to just check out this dank skunk beautiful in front of me y'know? I went a step further and just recently bought a full on microscope.

  • This scale will be just fine give it a nice wipe every once n awhile and it will be fine.

  • HEMP WICK!! you'll want one it really is nice to have a kind of controlled flame. A typical bic lighter is actually making your trees too hot! You burnin away all of that deliciousness bro, gotta get a hemp wick. My preference is humboldt's hemp wick, they have been nothing but amazing for me constantly giving me random fun stuff for free and their product is solid.

  • Smell Proof Bags There's plenty of cheaper options that are probably just as good I just use these and haven't changed.

  • Check this Jar out! You want to be an ent, that's good, that's real good. This jar is the perfect representation of a proud and happy ent, just keep it filled!

    Alright so that's the basic shiznit my man. On a side note I'd recommend just giving vaporizers a try if you have the resources. I just recently made the switch to a PAX2 from a grav water pipe. Let me tell you the transition has been beautiful. Anyways, I hope this was helpful. Toke care, pal.
u/Jack35841 · 1 pointr/trees

Buy a pack of tips booklets, and roll to size to fit inside the rolled paper

u/durtduhdurr · 1 pointr/trees

Use a crutch. Raw makes them. I use them every single time. Raw Rolling Papers Unbleached Filter Tips 10 Pack = 500 Tips

u/pizzas1ut · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Just joined! no gifts here!
  2. Facts...
  • I have a 3 year old sister. I am 20 years old. This is important because she is the light of my life and has taught me what true compassion is. She is so smart and teaches me new things every day, and it has made me way less scared to be a mother one day.
  • (Because I recently wrote about this on r/letsnotmeet earlier today...) When I was younger, I almost got abducted at a Jeepers in the mall but saved myself due to my overt sassiness
  • I never go to sleep before 5 am. Important because it ruins my life (like rn) -___-

  1. This please or This but the prices vary so I'm not sure if it's under 5
  2. Ask me about my milkshake ;)
  3. Thank you!!!!
u/moxie132 · 1 pointr/StonerProTips
u/adingo8urbaby · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting
u/Ovedya2011 · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

Everyone begoody to each other.

Edit: They are fairly cheap on Amazon.

u/redditiem2 · 1 pointr/cigars

I think a good tuppador setup is a Sterilite 20 Qt Air Tight Storage Tote with some large 65% Bovedas and some cedar cigar trays, along with a digital hygro. The cedar trays are completely unnecessary but just nice to have for organization and easy access.

Or check out cheap humidors if you want a wooden one. I think they have a discount code floating around here somewhere.

u/Thinkinaboutu · 1 pointr/cigars

NP :) Let me know what you end up going with.

Here is one thing that you should really consider. Cigar's are very sensitive to humidity. That's why(as I'm sure your aware) cigar's are stored in humidors, where the humidity is controlled, and held at a very precise level. Since you don't have a humidor, I would highly recommend one of the following two options:

  1. Give the cigars to your brother a two or three weeks before the bachelor party. Obviously tell him that your intention is to smoke them together. Then he will be able to place them in his humidor for safe keeping.

  2. Use a zip-lock bag and a boveda pack. A boveda pack releases and absorbs moisture to maintain an exact level of humidity in a confined space. A zip-lock bag is a cheap, airtight container that will allow you to store the cigars with the boveda pack. Put in a drawer(somewhere away from direct sunlight.

u/Californja · 1 pointr/asktrees

This. Don't fuck around trying different kinds, allow my 10 years of trial and error to work in your favor and just get this brand:

The screens are great at keeping your piece really clean, especially if you have a bong or bubbler. I started using screens when my piece broke like your gf's did, but I use them now in every piece I own.

EDIT: While you're at it, pick up some of this stuff:

It's an all natural cleaner, best I've ever used. After you've used a screen for a couple days and it gets gunky, just toss it in a shot glass with this cleaner. After a week or two, after you've gone through ~10-15 screens, dump the cleaner back into the bottle (it's reusable, like 20x or more reusable) and the screens are clean as when you bought them. It works on pipes, too. Just pour it in at night, and dump it out the next morning, and you piece will be perfectly clean. It's a little expensive, but like I said, it's reusable. I'm a heavy smoker, and I've been using the same bottle for almost a year now.

u/lurker_to_poster · 1 pointr/cigars

Another option is an acrylic humijar:

They hold about 20 cigars, so if you've already smoked some and have about 20 left, that should work; you might even be able to get all 25 in there depending on the ring gauge of the cigars that you have. Buy a Boveda pack for that too, I wouldn't use the foam puck humidifying unit that comes with it.

u/drbrickroberts · 1 pointr/cigars

The solution kills two birds with one stone. It humidifies and it contains an anti molding agent. The distilled water will just humidify. For a short term solution the water is fine. But always check your cigars for mold growth. Don't smoke mold.

The boveda packs will also help reduce your chances for mold and will be cheap at your local smoke shop or on amazon The boveda packs in the xikar travel humidor will last a very very long time.

u/entgardener · 1 pointr/entwives

For curing you have to watch it like a hawk. And even though they are about $20 a piece I cannot recommend enough, a hygrometer.

My husband does our cure but I've helped him do it so I'll tell you what he does. First we wet trim, removing the sun leaves and leaving the buds on the stems. Then we dry on a drying rack until they don't feel wet and flimsy anymore. They still feel moist but not all floppy. Then they go into jars. This is when we remove the buds from the stems. We don't leave giant buds in the jars. We cut the buds into manageable pieces. If you leave big buds you can get mold. We don't fill the jars any more full than 3/4. Then we close the jars, put a hygrometer in there and wait for the rH to come up.

This is where the opening and closing the jars part starts. Depending on what the rH comes up to we leave the jars open for a number of hours. If it comes up above 80 we remove the cannabis and let it sit out on a plate to dry some more. Leaving it out for about an hour or two then putting it back in the jar and getting it below 80 again. This can take a few tries. Eventually they get to stay in the jars and it's a game to open them and close them a million times until they sit at 62. To get there we'll check on them about 4 times throughout the day and then leave them closed overnights for about 8 hours. When they hit 62-65 we'll throw in boveda packs.

There's an excellent guide here:

Here are the rH meters we use:

and here are bovedas :

u/Dorfus · 1 pointr/microgrowery

They can help with that too, but they can also be helpful when there is too much humidity since the packets are a 2 way humidity control.

I haven’t used them either, but they seem to get really great reviews from other growers as well!

u/BlasphemyMc · 1 pointr/weed
u/Tri0ptimum · 1 pointr/microgrowery

What about Bovida in jars:

Does anyone know if this is an ok method? How often should they be burped, and should it be a dry trim if using Bovida?

u/2M4D · 1 pointr/trees

I bought them on Amazon because of the shipping cost but you can get them on their official website.
I use the 62% and not the 58% because I can always dry my weed easily if I want - which isn't needed anyway because 62% is just right. The 8 gram pack is a good size, fits anything from 1/8th to an ounce so exactly my need.

u/RoyalTannenbaum · 1 pointr/cannabiscultivation

Boveda 62 Humidity Packs


The bud should pretty much break off the stem by hand before you jar. Throw in a boveda pack and a hygrometer and monitor them to make sure you're no higher than 62% humidity. No need to burp. Just make sure to keep an eye on the humidity. I lost 20g to bud rot while curing even though I had a boveda pack in the jar because my humidity was a little too high, and my bud was in too large of nug that it couldn't get any airflow. I also didn't have a hygrometer in that jar. You can take the meters out after the humidity stabilizes in the jar and be fine too.

u/elbing · 1 pointr/trees

Mason jar should be good, just try to keep the box out of direct sunlight. If you are really worried about mold, or if you buy in bulk and don't want it to dry out, maybe consider a humidifier pack thingy.

u/SpfesS2 · 1 pointr/canadients

is the best place to get Boveda packs. 10x 8g 62% RH for $12.00.

u/ShawnMurica · 1 pointr/entOttawa
u/diza-steR · 1 pointr/canadients

Use these. With plastic container or glass containers.

u/OutOfTheLoop0990 · 1 pointr/CanadianMOMs

Yea these are the ones I use. Perfect for mason jars. The 4 gram ones are nice for the smaller jars so you don't have to crumple them.

u/iredditfrommytill · 1 pointr/trees

If you want to not only keep your bud at the perfect consistency, but also mature it/increase it's flavour and potency, I suggest grabbing some of these for your stash jars; Boveda Packs 62%

Seriously, I've left bud for months in a jar with these, and when I opened it up it nearly blew my face off.

u/Sally_C · 1 pointr/craftymighty

Get these (there's also 4 gram if you need smaller packets) and put one in your jar. Keeps it at 62%. When the packet gets stiff, replace it. If it's too dry, it adds moisture. If too moist, it removes it. cheap and easy.

u/dreamingtree1855 · 1 pointr/cigars
u/petyas123 · 1 pointr/cigars

This is my humidor

Whynter CHC-251S Stainless...

u/rowoman · 1 pointr/cigars

This is it. I would say that it should hold close to the 400 cigars it advertised if I either found boxes that fit together perfect in there or if I bought more shelves for it. But it's got plenty of room for what I need it for at the moment. I have close to 100 sticks in there and you see I've got room to spare.

u/Floaterdork · 1 pointr/trees

This is the easiest way to roll a joint I've found. Just roll a crutch and slide it into the bottom of the orange tube. Then wrap a king size paper around the tube and the top of the crutch and seal it. This allows you to pull the cone cleanly off of the orange part. Then you put your cone on the clear part, and put ground herb into the top. You can shake it around, or use the orange part to pack it down.
1 X Cone Artist Cone Roller

u/danhimself36 · 1 pointr/trees

pick this up at the local shop for 5 bucks a few weeks ago and really love cones are starting to look professional

u/BaronBifford · 1 pointr/trees

I recommend the Cone Artist, a great alternative rolling device.

u/2bbshow · 1 pointr/weed

I too have issues with my hands and I found a thing on Amazon called The Cone Artist for about $7 that really helped me. It's two pieces that fit together to give you a cone shaped mold to roll your paper around with a recess to hold a crutch. After you've formed your cone, you can slide it off, pack the funnel, and fill accordingly. Super simple and mine has lasted for a couple years now. I've also seen them from time to time in local head/glass shops. Here's a non-affiliate amazon link to it. Hope this helps, Ent! Good luck!

u/c0nduit · 1 pointr/trees

Someone on this reddit turned me onto the Cone Artist cone roller, it is awesome! It does what this pencil does, but then also helps with loading it up.

u/buckie_mcBuckster · 1 pointr/trees
u/Midgardian42 · 1 pointr/vaporents

I've traveled from central Europe to UK and back a couple times with my pax in my checked bag. It's comletely fine if it's cleaned properly.
As to the case; I cannot tell you because I haven't got one, but I carry mine in a bag that comes with the Koss Porta Pro headphones. It's probably not completely smell proof but it does a decent job and I haven't noticed any significant smell leaks.
But if you want to be 100% sure about the smell, you might wanna check this one out.

u/SwishSmoker · 1 pointr/trees

Pax 2 Smell-proof Hard Plastic Case; Pocket-carry with Flip-top for Easy Access (Black) By Skunkcase

I think they're currently out of stock unfortunately

u/FirstTimeMMJ · 1 pointr/vaporents

I put my Pax 2 into this case and then toss it into a carbon bag. The case only leaks a small bit of smell when you're within ~1 foot of it, and nothing leaks out of the bag.

u/rafoolik · 1 pointr/ploompax

I dont know if im the only one that feels no issue. I use a combination of two things.

  1. a window or smoke buddy
  2. this: Pax 2 Smell-proof Hard Plastic Case; Pocket-carry with Flip-top for Easy Access (Black) By Skunkcase

    When the session is over I just put it back in its home. Sacrifice a little portability for peace of mind IMO
u/alvarovegamalo · 1 pointr/PAXvapor

what about thus one

Pax 2 / Pax 3 Smell-proof Hard Plastic Case; Pocket-carry with Flip-top for Easy Access (Black) By Skunkcase

u/ShlomoBoardstein · 1 pointr/ploompax

I've heard good reviews about this product but haven't tried it myself

On the other hand I use a pelican case everyday and I've been happy with it. Definitely smell proof, water tight and durable.

Lastly I carry a medtainer. Also, water/smell proof and durable. Holds my flowers and does a great job getting that nice fine grind I like for my pax.

That's been my set up for almost a year in an illegal state. It's worked very well for me.

u/bacon69 · 1 pointr/vaporents

Sometimes strong odors from the trunk can make their way into the cabin. I'd recommend using smell-proof cases and containers. Also, never consent to a search no matter what.

u/Packupabowldud3 · 1 pointr/StonerEngineering
u/jeremynichols7 · 1 pointr/FLMedicalTrees

I've had nothing but good service with this company, although the product does come a bit dry. I'd reccomend buying some form of a humidifier packet online to prevent harshness which I've included below. 2 of those small packets for an oz or one for 7-14 grams.

Boveda 62 Percent RH 2-Way Humidity Control, 4 Gram - 10 Pack

u/jacquoo · 1 pointr/cigars

this table might be helpful for figuring it out. Since you are planning on plastic storage you may not need as many bovedas as you think.

Of course the more you add the longer life of the boveda packs themselves.

u/ShroomsForBreakfast · 1 pointr/vaporents

I have a similar one that I purchased from Amazon here. Took a little bit to get here, but it’s cheap and also comes with a 14mm WPA for the Solo/Air and Pax. Glass seems to be sturdy and good quality, I’ve tipped it over a couple of times already, no cracks. Hope this helps!

u/pottrpupptpals · 1 pointr/vaporents

I bought this on Amazon for $20. Took a month to get to me, but I can use my Solo 2 through the hydratube, or any 14mm female piece, and it's been a really nice upgrade.

If you have any vape or glass dropper bottles, you can also use the top rubber part that you squeeze. If you remove it, it fits over any Arizer stem, and you can cut a hole out to use it as a water pipe adapter.

u/Grover53 · 1 pointr/vaporents

I bought the Vape North bubble straw three months ago and ended up giving it away. I personally found it too top heavy and ungainly, making the Solo 2 unstable when you put it down. I found it a PITA to store and the fit of the straw seemed a bit wobbly in the vape, IMO. I can't really see the H-20 being a lot different.
We did have a lot more success cooling the vapour from the Solo 2 with this: (first vape related product I ever bought from Amazon!). This seemed a LOT more stable and balanced on the Solo..does a great job, too. Just my two cents worth. Happy vaping, frent (fellow Canuck here)!

u/kleptomaniEnt · 0 pointsr/trees
u/adidanick · 0 pointsr/cigars

Whynter CHC-251S Stainless Steel 400-Cigar Cooler Humidor, 2.5 Cubic Feet

u/ihit18today · 0 pointsr/saplings

1 X Cone Artist Cone Roller

Easiest way to make cones

u/shaggorama · 0 pointsr/ArtOfRolling

Don't buy "cones," buy a $5 cone tool and just make your own.

u/oddstruck · -2 pointsr/cigars

A couple of years ago I had issues with cutting my cigar without enough light to see what I was cutting. I fixed the problem by getting a Cuban Crafter's Perfect Cigar cutter -

It's really hard to screw up.