While a joint rolling kit is not the most expensive accessory a smoker purchases, they are incredibly handy and versatile tools to have on hand. A portable rolling kit can be small and discrete, while also providing room to safety store papers, small amounts of herb or tobacco, as well as the tools you need to enjoy a smoke.
Whether you are buying a joint rolling kit for yourself or as a gift for a friend, there are three mistakes you can easily avoid when making your purchase. Avoiding these common errors helps to get the best kit on the market at the price you want to pay.
Not Considering Rolling Options
Not all rolling kits are designed with the option to use rolling paper roll of different types. Look for a joint rolling kit that can accept smaller and larger roll lengths and different types of paper and still operate to provide clean sectioning of the paper.
This ability to customize the size of the rolling paper makes it easy to customize the size of the joint or smoke to suit your needs.
Making Due With the Basics
There are some very basic rolling kits on the market that offer little besides the paper holder and a preroll joint case. There are also products that offer a full range of tools that can be stored in a waterproof, compact compartment for greater portability and durability.
Not Shopping Around Online
Take the time to shop around online and not just at local shops. There are many different brands and options in rolling kits that are only sold online. Keep in mind, these kits are typically very low cost to ship, and they can be legally shipped to most areas of the United States.