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The Best Coffee Grinders For Weed – Live That Kief Life!

Last Updated on December 27th, 2020
By: Know Your Grinder

A button, my friends, that is found on a coffee grinder…

In this article, we’re going to be looking at the best grinders for weed / bud / cannabis, and there are definitely gonna be some coffee grinders in the mix, as well as some other types.

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Coffee Grinders and Weed – Intro

That button turns on the coffee grinder and sets the blades a-spinnin’ through your bud, chopping it into perfect little pieces that you can use for edibles or packing bowls.

Coffee grinders, eh? Yup. They’re the most efficient grinder and we’ll explain all of this in the article plus teach you some tricks.

Canada just legalized. The US has legalized in some states as well. So, maybe you’re new to the game and getting acquainted. No matter where you’re reading from, kief is the crystal residue leftover after grinding herbs.

You can actually see the crystal on the bud before you grind it. The knowledgeable smoker will recognize and differentiate between good and bad weed based on the crystal it has.

This crystal falls off and will stick to the blades of the grinder. You’ll reserve it and later top a bowl with it for an extra nice high.

Some people are hardcore with their ritual and prefer to hand-grind before rolling every j, but let’s be real: not all of us have time for that.

A coffee grinder does it so fast. They are very handy and helpful for anyone with mobility issues or pain, like arthritis (which may very well be the reason you use cannabis)!

We’ve put together a list of the best coffee grinders to use for your bud. BTW, one of them is a blender, so we had to include it just because it really is so popular we couldn’t ignore it.

The Best Coffee Grinders For Weed

Why a coffee grinder? Because it’s easy, efficient, cheap, and reliable. You’ll save yourself so much work.

Plus, it has the right hardware to do the job.

You may have seen people cutting up weed with a pair of scissors inside a shot glass.

While this is convenient, as most people will have scissors and shotglasses on hand, it doesn’t do the job. It’ll be impossible to cut it up small enough, and it’ll take forever.

It’s so easy to just toss your bud – especially large quantities for edibles, as an example – into a coffee grinder.

You can pulse the motor and stir the bud every so often, to ensure an even chop.

The motorized blades will have the right amount of power and sharp edge – they are designed to destroy hard beans, remember – to pulverize the bud evenly. The bud will be cut small enough, so that you can cook or smoke it without wasting any. You’ll get a nice, clean burn.

Basically, coffee grinders can be your secret weapon for grinding pot.

Remember, many coffee grinders are known as “coffee and herb grinders” because the blade versions of the grinders are used to break up various herbs and spices, including some toughies in the herb family. So, it all makes sense!

Besides requiring minimal effort and grinding your weed perfectly in less than 30 seconds, there is the added benefit of not really having to clean it out after.

Benefits of Electric Grinders

Hand grinders require a lot of gripping and twisting. Kief eventually builds up in the threads making the pieces stick. It will require more effort to open and close it. Plus, the sound can be grating on the ears.

Like we mentioned before, these manual grinders are no good for arthritic hands. There are no real benefits of manual grinding over automatic/electric grinding. You may as well let the grinder do the work.

By the way, a designated weed grinder is practically the same price as an electric coffee grinder.

For instance, the grinder below is the BANANA BROS Electric Smart Herb and Spice Grinder. It is designed for herbs, not coffee, but electric coffee grinders are made basically the same way.

Also, there is really nothing around the house that does what a grinder can do. Blenders come close, but most of them are too big. The Bullet Pro does a good job, but it’s not exactly cheap.

The reason coffee grinders are better is just due to a few things. There is a difference between blade and burr grinders, even with weed, as it turns out. So, watch out for the difference there.

For beginners to the world of grinding weed, some first time mistakes will be made. Things like not having a dedicated coffee grinder for kief, or accidentally making coffee with your weed grinder.

The worst case scenario is drinking a weird coffee / weed melange. Even that’s not so bad. Some people have tried it and liked it.

There’s no shame in it – some of us share a grinder with coffee beans and weed. It’s not ideal, but it works.

That said, we totally recommend using a grinder just for your weed.

Use A Dedicated Kief Grinder

In short, if you’re going to use a coffee grinder for kief, make it a dedicated one.

And if you’re going to convert an already-used coffee grinder into a mini weed factory, then have the sense to clean it out beforehand—just trust us on this.

One easy way to clean the grinder between uses is with a paintbrush. Treat yourself to a real quality brush though, with synthetic bristles, not one from the dollar store. You’ll want the softness of synthetic bristles to give a thorough cleaning.

These are also less likely to fall out, as compared to natural bristle (made from animal hair) There were a few that I ran across that did the trick, with some honorable mentions.

The biggest surprise is how fine the kief is ground using a grinder like the Cuisinart DBM-8 Supreme Grind Automatic Burr Mill. This is one crazy strong grinder.

The Cuisinart in the wrong hands can be overkill, and a newbie could end up badly grinding away their entire stash and also destroying the machine, because it is a burr grinder, not a blade grinder.

The blade grinder slices the weed. It releases the kief from the rest of the plant. With a blade grinder, you’re getting a crushing method. That method will crush the kief into the weed. You want to extract the crystal.

A burr grinder is a strong grinder that will absolutely pulverize your herb, so you have to be careful with the pulsing and grinding. You don’t want to grind your stash down to dust.

The trick with grinding is getting just the right consistency for pieces of weed that are small enough to pack a bowl and burn evenly, or to cook in some oil/butter.

Mr Coffee Blade Grinder – Grinding Weed For Cheap!

A smaller, portable, super affordable, and easy to clean coffee grinder like the Mr. Coffee coffee grinder is definitely one of my favorites for grinding pot.

As small as it is, the motor really kicks and the easy-to-use and safely secured lid makes this an ideal kief making machine.

Let’s also not forget about its large grinding capacity (especially when talking about weed), which easily equals less time for you in the long run.

When it comes to the perfect size for grinding weed, as well as the power and of course the price, special mentions go out to the Magic Bullet and the Ninja.

As a longtime owner of the Ninja, I can attest that it can do everything a coffee grinder can do and more.

Only downside to these models is that because of the design of the units, with the razor sharp multi-blade setup, you’re going to need to be extra careful or risk a trip to the emergency ward when trying to get that last bit of buildup.

In both cases, the blades are manually screwed on the top and go bottom down into the unit.

When unscrewing, the buildup will be easy enough to get at since it is a separate part of the unit. The overall usage with these models still takes patience and practice.

Blade Grinder vs. Burr Grinders for Weed

When it comes to grinding herb, the choice is pretty much up to the user, but one thing to look out for with burr grinders is you have to watch out for their grind settings, since burr grinders are often adjustable.

In case you missed what burrs actually are, it’s these little rotating teeth that are used to chew up coffee beans, which can be done manually, or at higher speeds electrically.

In fact, unless you’re feeling very experimental, you might want to just go with a blade grinder, due to the fact, that it’s not as risky.

If you’re looking for a finer grind, some burr grinders might do it, but it depends on so many factors, you might just end up ruining the machine.

One thing you certainly don’t want to do is use your mom’s super expensive burr coffee grinder which cost her $500 to try grinding weed, and then bunging up her machine.

For instance, if you see one of these Rocky grinders in your kitchen, maybe don’t use that one.

If you do use an expensive burr grinder, things can go south quick, both with mom and dad and the grinder itself.

This is because then the weed will be kinda stuck in the machine, and she’ll give you a double whammy of a spanking for that – you broke her machine, and you’re a pothead. Bad baby!

Bottom line with burr grinders – they aren’t usually cheap, if they’re electric, so proceed with caution.

With blade grinders, they are definitely cheap and fast when it comes to grinding for weed, but they are known not to last as long or be as consistent.

Big chunks are known to stick to the sides or even on the blades of some blade grinder units.

The best nomination for a coffee grinder that can make good kief is the KRUPS F203 but be prepared for some trial and error regardless.

Urban Myths

Fear not: you won’t lose all of the good stuff to the blades – if you choose the right coffee grinder and removal method. This is a big myth. If you follow our instructions that we just gave – particularly the bit about cleaning with a paintbrush, you’ll be fine.

Most smokers will keep their kief in a separate container and collect it over a period of time. Then they may use it to top bowls or make into other products.

Here’s a good myth we want to bust right now. Have you heard this one? There have been reported deaths by using weed in a coffee grinder.

Apparently, because the molecules leftover from the coffee beans mutate the weed, creating a nose irritant that will make your eyes bleed out if it comes in contact.

If you have any common sense you will recognize immediately that this much be an urban myth. Why are you reading this article? If you smoke pot you probably also love coffee. (They go so well together).

If you have a coffee grinder that you’re wanting to use for weed, then the two substances have been in your system at the same time before, and it didn’t kill you. The scent of coffee beans will not kill you, and neither will the scent of weed.

You’re at more risk using butane lighters and inhaling that than you are in danger of inhaling the scents of coffee and weed at the same time.

Once again coffee grinders are more than an acceptable use for weed if the correct model and method is used. You won’t die, don’t worry, you’ll just be very, very high. 😉

How It’s Done

1. Pick out your model, and if used previously for coffee, caps, fraps, juicing or whatever-clean it thoroughly. You want a dedicated weed factory.

2. Add in your nugs, removing stems included with them if you don’t have any other use for it. Keep in mind smaller nugs= smaller or no stems. Less work overall.

3. Make sure everything is in place and do your thing. The desired consistency is up to you, but the most important thing is to tap on the top and shake it a bit before opening!

If not, you could get a weed mist all up in your area, wasting valuable effort, time and money.

Just for added measure tap it on a solid surface a few times before opening, just to be safe.

And never, ever open up the grinder in the middle of grinding. The pieces will obviously go flying, and you will have wasted all of your weed. Keep it contained – wait until the blades have completely stopped.

4. Use a non-coarse method of getting out the kief, like a small toothbrush that isn’t worn. This gets the most out without wasting valuable kief and leaves a good layer still for repeated use.

A spoon can also be used as a secondary if no soft brush is available, but avoid using worn brushes as the resulting mixture will get caught up in the bristles.

The Staggering Conclusion

So, there you have it. How it’s done plus some great coffee grinders that you have adopted as weed grinders for getting primo kief.

If you think we’re on point, leave a comment and tell us. We love compliments. If something we said seemed wrong to you, also tell us.

Who knew that coffee grinders could be the best thing for grinding weed? Well, we've happily smoked..er done the research for you, and the results are in.

The Best Weed Grinder

Updated June 21, 2018

Our budget pick, the Platinum Grinders Herb Grinder, is back in stock. We’ve moved the SharpStone V2 Grinder back to the Competition.

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After more than 20 hours considering 32 grinders and testing 12 of them, we found that the Santa Cruz Shredder Medium 3-Piece grinds smoothly and evenly, producing results that work equally well whether destined for a pipe, vaporizer, or recipe. This grinder’s uniquely shaped teeth make quick work of the densest flowers and should stay sharp for years. Its extra-deep collection chamber holds more material than the competition and is easy to empty.

Our pick

Santa Cruz Shredder Medium 3-Piece

Sharp teeth, ample collection chamber

This simple three-piece model offers reliably smooth grinding thanks to durable, sharp, uniquely shaped teeth. Its collection chamber is the largest of any model we tested, and has rounded sides that make it easy to empty.

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*At the time of publishing, the price was $50 .

In our tests, the four-pointed teeth on the Santa Cruz Shredder Medium 3-Piece grinder quickly and easily broke apart even our stickiest, most closely packed flowers. The three-piece model we recommend is easy to empty little by little thanks to its rounded bottom—far less messy than dumping a grinder out to get at anything stuck in the corners. The pieces of this grinder easily thread together and its top glides smoothly as you twist it. “If I could only have one grinder I would definitely go with a Santa Cruz Shredder,” Buzz of VaporizerWizard.com told us in an email.

Upgrade pick

Kannastör Gr8tr V2

For the finest, most consistent results

This model produced the fluffiest and finest results in our tests—a plus for many vaporizers. Its bonus storage compartment and an optional plate for coarser grinds are unique extras worth the added cost, but not necessary for everyone.

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*At the time of publishing, the price was $75 .

The small, sharp teeth inside the Kannastör Gr8tr V2 tore through cannabis smoothly without binding and dropped the finest and fluffiest material of any we tried into its collection chamber. That’s ideal for many vaporizers, especially conduction-based models or hybrid conduction-convection models. (If you have a convection vaporizer, you can unscrew the Kannastör’s fine-grind plate and replace it with the included coarse-grind option.) Without adding bulk, the Gr8tr V2’s topmost piece seals off an extra storage compartment that no other grinder we considered includes—a great place to store whole flowers that you plan to grind later. The extra features aren’t necessary for everyone, but if you want a premium grinder, these features make the Gr8tr V2 worth the extra money.

Budget pick

Platinum Grinders Herb Grinder

The best in its price range

Although it doesn’t feel as well-made and isn’t as smooth to use as our other picks, the Platinum Grinders Herb Grinder gets the job done better than all other inexpensive grinders we tested.

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May be out of stock

*At the time of publishing, the price was $17 .

Given the cost of cannabis and vaporizers, we think that our top picks are worth every cent. But if you can’t justify the extra cost, get the Platinum Grinders Herb Grinder instead. For about less than half the price of our top picks, the Platinum Grinders model gets the job done reasonably well. The biggest drawback to the lower-quality construction of this model is the longevity: Some Amazon customers have noted failures at weak points such as the threads or the connection of the grinding plate. A few customers noted finding metal flecks in their grinders on first use, likely remnants of the manufacturing process. We’d recommend cleaning this budget option with rubbing alcohol before using it for the first time.

Everything we recommend

Our pick

Santa Cruz Shredder Medium 3-Piece

Sharp teeth, ample collection chamber

This simple three-piece model offers reliably smooth grinding thanks to durable, sharp, uniquely shaped teeth. Its collection chamber is the largest of any model we tested, and has rounded sides that make it easy to empty.

Buying Options

*At the time of publishing, the price was $50 .

Upgrade pick

Kannastör Gr8tr V2

For the finest, most consistent results

This model produced the fluffiest and finest results in our tests—a plus for many vaporizers. Its bonus storage compartment and an optional plate for coarser grinds are unique extras worth the added cost, but not necessary for everyone.

Buying Options

*At the time of publishing, the price was $75 .

Budget pick

Platinum Grinders Herb Grinder

The best in its price range

Although it doesn’t feel as well-made and isn’t as smooth to use as our other picks, the Platinum Grinders Herb Grinder gets the job done better than all other inexpensive grinders we tested.

Buying Options

May be out of stock

*At the time of publishing, the price was $17 .

The research

Why you should trust us

We’ve covered the best portable vaporizers for most people for a few years, taking input from far and wide to decide what to test. We’ve now done the same for grinders; we looked at best-selling grinders and user reviews on Amazon, read enthusiasts’ feedback on forums, and even sat through video reviews on YouTube. We also got input from two expert reviewers in the field, Bud at The Vape Critic and Buzz at VaporizerWizard.com. Both are prolific reviewers who have in the past given us feedback on the dozens of vaporizers they’ve tried. They provided valuable insights into how to get the most from any grinder.

Who this is for

Despite the rise in concentrates, waxes, edibles, and a host of prepared cannabis products, most people still buy and use regular cannabis flowers—good old-fashioned pot. And most people smoking, vaporizing, or cooking with cannabis can benefit from a grinder. With a grinder you can quickly and easily turn dense, sticky buds into material that will heat evenly and efficiently. If you partake only on occasion, an inexpensive model will do enough to make your rare indulgence all the better. But if you regularly reach for a vaporizer, the investment in a high-end weed grinder won’t seem like a stretch and will pay off in the form of more bang for your bud. Though cheap grinders sometimes break, a high-quality grinder is an investment that should last for years.

Most people who casually reach for a vaporizer from time to time probably don’t have much use for separating the kief—the highly potent, crystal-like dust on leaves of cannabis plants—from the rest of the material, so we didn’t focus on kief-catching features like screens.

Be sure to read about the health and legal implications of cannabis use in our guide to portable vaporizers. Just like vaporizers, grinders are legal up until you use them with an illegal substance. Then, they become paraphernalia and are subject to the corresponding laws in your jurisdiction.

How we picked and tested

We considered the top brands recommended by expert and amateur reviewers alike. We focused on medium grinders in the 2-inch-diameter range—large enough to grind herbs for multiple sessions, but not so big they take up too much space—and looked for three- and four-piece models that let ground material fall through into a collection chamber. Letting gravity do the collection work is easier and less time-consuming than picking weed from between sharp teeth (as you would need to do when using a two-piece grinder).

On Amazon, best-selling and top-rated grinders that fit our initial criteria start at just $10, but seeing the difference between inexpensive grinders and models that cost up to $100 when shopping online can be difficult. Glossing over claims about sharper teeth or better materials when staring at pictures is easy, but the difference jumps out at you when you twist a quality grinder in your hands. It threads together with ease, plus glides and grinds more smoothly. We tested 12 models that ranged in price from $6 to $85 to determine the best value for most people based on four main criteria:

No binding when grinding: Some modern cannabis strains can produce flowers with incredibly dense buds that are hard to grind. The best grinders have teeth that will slice through these buds instead of binding while you try to force them through. The shape, sharpness, and number of teeth all contribute to this, but you can’t easily see what works best based on individual user reviews. During testing, we paid close attention to which design details resulted in easy, thorough grinds.

Easy to empty: A good three- or four-piece grinder should let most of your material fall through the holes between the teeth and into the collection chamber. It’s no fun to sit around picking tiny leafy chunks out from between sharp metal teeth. Yes, a knock or two will normally dislodge stuck buds, but sticky cannabis strains can stubbornly cling to tiny crevices. We looked for models that didn’t hold herbs hostage.

Evenness of grinds: Well-ground weed will often heat more evenly (and thus more efficiently) than uneven chunks torn by hand. Buzz at VaporizerWizard.com prefers to get a finer grind for conduction vaporizers, like models from the popular Pax line, or something a little coarser that lets air through for convection vaporizers like the Firefly. A slightly coarser grind is more flexible, though. To get a finer grind, all you need to do is give your flowers a few extra twists with the grinder upside down. That will keep it from falling through the holes into the collection tray and makes for finer material when you flip the grinder back over. Because preferences and uses vary, we focused on smooth and even grinds more than granularity in our testing.

Durability and support: A hunk of aluminum isn’t easy to damage, but accidents happen. Acrylic tops can crack and cross-threading two pieces when screwing them together can damage the threads. The pressure-fit and glued-in magnets that hold on the top grinding plate could pop out. Teeth can dull and begin to bind.

The shape and number of teeth and holes vary from model to model. Photo: Kyle Fitzgerald

Model Total number of teeth Tooth shape
Beamer Acrylic Grinder 54 Pyramidal
Chromium Crusher 2.5-inch 4-piece 28 Near diamond
Golden Bell 2-Inch 4-Piece 54 Diamond
Zip Grinders Large Four-Piece 47 Near diamond
Platinum Grinders Herb Grinder 50 Near diamond
SharpStone V2 Grinder 2-Inch 4-Piece 28 Near diamond
Cali Crusher Homegrown 4-Piece Hard Top 12 Bladelike
Kannastör Gr8tr V2 42 Near diamond
Santa Cruz Shredder Medium 3-Piece 27 Four-point tooth
Space Case Medium 4-Piece 54 Diamond

In short-term testing, we can’t replicate the type of use and abuse a grinder is likely to see over years of ownership. But in person and side by side, the varying construction quality is obvious. Some models felt cheap, made squeaks and groans when we unscrewed them, and had large, visible seams. The best models, though, felt precision-machined, with seams that disappeared from sight and would quietly glide across their threads. You can fairly assume that grinders made with care and precision should also last much longer. That said, we will monitor the performance of our picks over the long term.

If you’re going to spend more than the minimum to get a well-made grinder, having a company that will stand behind it is also nice. We noted the warranty and support options from each company, too.

Our pick: Santa Cruz Shredder Medium 3-Piece

Our pick

Santa Cruz Shredder Medium 3-Piece

Sharp teeth, ample collection chamber

This simple three-piece model offers reliably smooth grinding thanks to durable, sharp, uniquely shaped teeth. Its collection chamber is the largest of any model we tested, and has rounded sides that make it easy to empty.

Buying Options

*At the time of publishing, the price was $50 .

The Santa Cruz Shredder Medium 3-Piece uses more than two dozen uniquely shaped teeth to help it smoothly cut through dense flowers, dropping ground material with an even consistency into a huge collection chamber.

Santa Cruz Shredder grinders have a tooth shape that differs from that of every other grinder we tried: In our testing we found that its four-pointed teeth work as well as or better than the diamond-shaped teeth in most grinders. The teeth easily shredded each sample we tried, and the top grinding plate rotates so easily it almost feels like it’s floating. The grinding plate and teeth are made of the same piece of aluminum, and the metal’s anodized finish should hold up well to wear and tear. Less expensive models, like our budget pick, often have an unfinished grinding plate that won’t be as durable in the long term. The holes in the Santa Cruz Shredder’s grinding plate are an average size, and they yield a medium-coarse grind that works equally well with vaporizers, recipes, or pipes.

Each time we took the grinder apart and screwed it back together, the threads mated smoothly and never bound up like those of some of the competition.

Because the three-piece model we tried doesn’t have a pollen screen, everything falls into the massive collection chamber. As one Grasscity commenter put it, the chamber is so big that “it can hold a shit ton of weed.” At nearly an inch deep, the dish is two to three times deeper than the collection chambers on other models we looked at, and the corners and sides are nicely rounded, letting you easily pinch out what you need. Even the larger four-piece Santa Cruz Shredder models don’t have this collection chamber, so the extra capacity of our three-piece pick stands out in a crowd.

Bud at The Vape Critic also recommends a Santa Cruz Shredder grinder: “Tons of people have it and love it, and I receive virtually zero complaints,” he wrote. Buzz at VaporizerWizard.com had high praise for this grinder, too. “I use my Santa Cruz Shredder more than the rest of my grinders put together, and if I could only have one grinder I would definitely go with a Santa Cruz Shredder,” he wrote in an email.

Not only are Santa Cruz Shredders highly regarded by enthusiasts for their quality, but if the teeth ever break, the company stands behind them with a lifetime warranty.

We focused on the three-piece model without the pollen screen, but if you want to separate your kief, the four-piece model includes a screen and catcher.

Upgrade pick: Kannastör Gr8tr V2

Upgrade pick

Kannastör Gr8tr V2

For the finest, most consistent results

This model produced the fluffiest and finest results in our tests—a plus for many vaporizers. Its bonus storage compartment and an optional plate for coarser grinds are unique extras worth the added cost, but not necessary for everyone.

Buying Options

*At the time of publishing, the price was $75 .

If you would appreciate extra, dedicated storage in your grinder or the option to change the coarseness of your grind, the Kannastör Gr8tr V2 is worth the higher price to prepare your pot. The Gr8tr V2 is an update to our previous top pick, the Gr8tr. The newer model is nearly identical on the inside, and grinds just as well as the original. It also carries forward the exceptional feel of quality materials and construction we liked in the first version, adding a facelift for the exterior design. The Gr8tr’s fine, fluffy results set it apart from any other grinder we tried at any price.

The two included grinding plates are a standout feature of the Gr8tr V2. The fine-grind plate has nearly 80 holes, which are smaller than our top pick’s 15 holes. Buzz from VaporizerWizard.com told us that when he wants to maximize the vapor output on a conduction vaporizer, he likes the finer grind offered by the Magic Flight Finishing Grinder. Though we didn’t consider the Magic Flight grinder because it’s offered in only a two-piece design, the holes on the Gr8tr V2 are similarly sized. The plate in the updated Gr8tr V2 is nearly identical to that of our former top pick, the discontinued Gr8tr, so you can expect similar results. As one Reddit reviewer wrote on r/vaporents: “This grind size for me ended up being a perfect all-rounder. I didn’t feel like my convection vaporizers were going to be damaged due to too fine of a grind and my conduction vaporizers still produced very large clouds. To me it is the best of both worlds.”

If you don’t want such a fine grind, or dislike when large bits and stems get stuck in the smaller holes, you can quickly unscrew the grinding plate and replace it with the included coarser-grind plate. (The spare plate can be screwed into the top of the grinder for storage, or kept in a safe spot if you prefer to keep the grinder a bit svelter.) That extra plate has holes closer in size to those of most other grinders, and would be best for convection-based vaporizers that benefit from the extra airflow of more coarsely ground cannabis.

In addition, the Gr8tr V2 adds another unique feature: a second storage compartment in the lid. In every other grinder we tried, the only place to keep anything is in the collection chamber at the bottom. But the free-spinning magnetic top piece of the Gr8tr V2 unscrews to reveal an extra storage area, which is perfect for whole flowers. Plus, if you want something more compact on the go, the top and bottom pieces mate together into a slim storage puck.

When you open the Gr8tr V2, you can tell that Kannastör put a lot of attention into detail and quality. But if anything does go wrong, the company offers a lifetime warranty with email support.

If you’re an enthusiast who uses a variety of vaporizers and smoking accessories, you might consider spending a bit more to get the Kannastör Gr8tr V2 Solid Body w/ Stainless Easy Change Screen version. It comes with an extra piece with a mesh pollen screen for kief collection.

We spent more than 20 hours considering 32 weed grinders and testing 12. Here’s the one we picked based on its smooth, even, and versatile results.