Conceived in Amsterdam, made in Canada. 100% pure wood with stainless steel pins. Pulls apart for even distribution. Award-winning grinder!
Sweetleaf grinder is the original grinder to ever come on the market. The original party wood grinder which is half an inch bigger than the pocket wood grinder (2 1/2″) has a unique finish on every grinder so every grinder has its’ own distinct look. This grinder is small enough to fit in your pocket but has the power of a wood chipper! The Sweetleaf wooden grinder contours the palm of your hand perfectly when grinding making grinding your own material less of a chore and more of a quick simple process. Each Sweetleaf wooden grinder has it own unique natural wood grain. Its straight pin teeth design is based on a patent from 1905 and Sweetleaf was the first grinder to hit the market back in 1999. The Party size is 2 1/2″ and works well at home or when traveling.
This grinder stands alone. I had one that lasted 15 years and just got a new one. It is still the same high quality product and there is nothing else that really compares. The hand written note on the invoice was also a nice touch. Highly recommend!!
Not sure how party sized this guy is but I do really like it. Aesthetically it’s exactly what I wanted, aside from size. As party sized to me would suggest it’s larger than the one I replaced. Which is also wood but standard size the Sweetleaf however is smaller. The stainless teeth are sharp with excellent placement.
Oh I forgot to mention..I loved the product so much, I got my mate (both aged about 15/16) to tattoo the Sweetleaf logo on the back of my arm ha ha Great times n defo high times!
Bought this grinder back in the early naughties. Unfortunately my dog/puppy ate it so I went and purchased the most amazing square version of this one (the thing belongs in a art exhibition tbf)....Well it did before again, my dog ate it :( But having said all that, I still have it today..an easy 17/18 years later. Great product and wish I could find the square version again one day :'(
what a neat trick it is now to get seeds out without grinding everything to dust. Only thing, how do I clean the pins off, they are covered in trichomes!