The Best Rolling Trays You’ve Never Seen
Humans have been using cannabis for a long, long time. Nearly ten-thousand years ago, indigenous people in what is now Taiwan used hemp rope to make pottery. In China, 2,737 BCE, Emperor Shen Neng uses cannabis for medicine. Around the year 130 AD, Greek physician Galen begins prescribing medical cannabis applications. Between the years 500-600 AD, the Jewish religious text, the Talmud, refers to the euphoric properties of cannabis.
These are just a few of the many amazing discoveries made regarding cannabis use throughout human history. As the record shows, cannabis has been a staple in our lives for as long as we have existed. In all that time, we have found a lot of ways to consume cannabis, but smoking it in a joint is one of our favorites.
Joints first popped up in Mexico, where field workers mixed cannabis with the tobacco in their cigarettes. This ingestion method became popular among traveling American jazz musicians, which is where we get the term ‘jazz cigarettes.’ Hippies loved their joints as well. Does anyone out there remember the roach clip earring?
Nowadays, we have endless options when it comes to cannabis products. From tinctures and edibles to high-power concentrates, the selection is vast. But, if you are an old-school smoker, you probably are a big fan of rolling joints.
Many smokers have a love/hate relationship with joints. They love smoking them, but they hate rolling them up. A lot of this has to do with skills and tools. If your joint game isn’t as strong as you want it to be, it’s time to upgrade. Here are some of the best rolling trays on the market, sure to help you become a master roller.
RAW Bamboo Triple Flip Tray
Function meets form with the RAW Bamboo Triple Flip Tray. If you’re looking for an all-inclusive rolling tray, this one has all the bells and whistles. With four rounded-edge recessions, you’ve got plenty of room to lay out your gear, like a grinder, papers, lighters, cones, tips, and buds. Plus, there’s a variety of sized holes, giving you vertical stability while packing. Don’t overlook that removable metal ashtray. The bamboo wood is very durable and built to last. One of the cooler features are magnetic closures and connections, so there’s no fussing with hinges or latches. And you can shape it into eight different configurations, making it one of the most versatile rolling trays available.
Shine Black Rolling Tray
This Shine Black Rolling Tray is a modern-cannabis design statement, which is why it’s on this list of best rolling trays. The high-gloss black surfacing gleams and will truly showcase your flowers. Coming in at 7” x 11”, it’s big enough to prepare large joints, and the rubber anti-slip feet keep it from sliding around while you’re rolling. Made from solid high-grade aluminum, this tray is heavy. Shine describes it as “3 lbs. so you can knock a mf out.” Let’s hope your sesh’s don’t get that wild.
Pulsar Glass Rolling Tray
Wood and metal trays are pretty much the standards, which is why the Pulsar Glass Rolling Tray is so appealing. This unique tray is a work of art. Measuring 5.75” x 9.75” with curved edges and a deep recess, it’s not the largest, but it’s definitely one you want when rolling up some of your favorite strains. Made from durable borosilicate glass — the same material fine glassmakers use to create upscale bongs and rigs — this tray isn’t as delicate as it looks. If you’re looking for the best rolling trays for your collection, check out Pulsar.
Stashtray Starter Kit
This stainless-steel rolling tray has some cool features. First off, it’s made from two hand-joined pieces of stainless steel and features twin strain jars and an ashtray. Included in the kit are a set of magnetic stickers so you can secure your stash jars and ashtray against accidental spills. The design is modern and minimalist with its sleek look and shallow recession for rolling. Even better, Stashtray offers multiple accessories, making this one of the best rolling trays to upgrade.
Mister Green Brass Rolling Tray
If you’re in the mood for something a little different, Mister Green’s brass rolling tray might be for you. Measuring 3.5” x 7.5”, it’s not the largest rolling tray, but it is one of the year’s best rolling trays for its unique aesthetic. Made from solid brass, this rolling tray is as much a design statement as it is a functional rolling tray. It doesn’t feature any special attachments or upgrades, but that shouldn’t stop you from considering adding this tray to your collection.
As you can see, rolling trays have come a long way in the last few years. Whether you’re looking for a multi-purpose tray with all the bells and whistles or just a clean minimalist tray, you’re sure to find one that’s just right for you. Stop rolling on those flimsy magazines and dirty desktops and get yourself one of 2018’s best rolling trays.
Maybe rolling just isn’t your thing, but you still love smoking joints. In that case, go with prerolled joints of your favorite strains. Many cultivators make prerolls, which are a no-fuss way to smoke your favorite flowers without having to roll your own.
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- Category : Cannabis 101
- Date : February 6, 2019