Premium Edition Flower Mill with Ring (3-Piece)FM.PRM.BK.GY.3
This "Ring" version would be traditionally considered a 3-piece
The patent-pending rotor design rolls the flower across the screen, progressively crumbling the flower where it naturally wants to break apart. This separation results in a naturally soft and fluffy flower that rolls and packs easier, as well as burns more uniformly.
A food grade (304) stainless steel milling chamber (rotor, sleeve, screen, and optional catch) ensures your flower is never milled using aluminum. The outer case is manufactured from aircraft grade (6061) aluminum to keep weight at a minimum.
Fluffy, Consistent Burning Flower
Rather than shredding like conventional grinders, Flower Mill’s innovative milling process crumbles the flower, resulting in a lighter, fluffier product that is easier to roll and burns more evenly.
The rotor was specifically designed to naturally process your flower down to the appropriate size as it’s sifted through the milling screen leaving no partially processed flower behind to be painstakingly picked out.
Unlike conventional shredding, the Flower Mill requires much less effort to operate. The lower catch unthreads with only a quarter-turn and a magnetic closure on the top lid makes it easy to load and access your harvest.
All parts fully disassemble to allow complete access and total cleanliness.
Swappable Milling Screens
The available expansion pack allows swapping between a total of four screen sizes to fine-tune the finished harvest to your preference.
Available with a catch for users who collect kief, or without which includes a ring that offers increased bowl capacity. Both parts are available separately.
Remove the top and insert the whole flower into the housing. There is no need to break apart your flower as long as it fits into the milling chamber. The housing can be full but not so much it protrudes from the top or is compressed.
Replace top. Apply even and gentle pressure to the top while twisting in a back and forth motion. Listen for a change in sound to signal the top has bottomed out and milling is complete.
Remove the lower catch to access harvest.
Unscrew the catch to access the keif if equipped.