Joint Rolling Machines – King Rollers Review

Rambo May 10, 2016 1
Joint Rolling Machines – King Rollers Review

I suck at rolling joints. It’s my favorite way to smoke cannabis but when I roll my own, it’s a disaster. I end up embarrassingly passing the chore along to someone with better dexterity or breaking out a pipe and dealing with the taste of resin. I tried the Zig Zag RYO cigarette rollers but never had much better luck. That adventure ended with a huge mess and wasted weed everywhere.

About a year ago I was introduced to a joint rolling machine handcrafted by a family owned company called King Rollers. Suddenly there was hope. I gave the aptly name Tumbleweed a try and out popped a perfect 4 inch joint. My first attempt, and as it turns out, not beginner’s luck. The angels sang, my heart was filled with joy and several decades of looking like an idiot trying to roll shitty joints came to an end.

Can you tell I’m excited about their joint rollers?

King Rollers makes four different sizes of joint rolling machines and you can choose from a variety of beautiful hardwoods. The smallest joint rolling machine is the $40 Ace Roller which rolls 3 inch joints with normal rolling papers. Their largest is the $195 High Roller which can roll monster 12 inch joints that might even make Snoop Dogg think twice. Considering the quality of the workmanship and how well they roll joints, I think these prices are a bargain.

King Rollers look great and it’s pretty cool they are handmade, but at the end of the day, these joint rolling machines make rolling joints simple, and that’s what’s important. I’ve tried them with crutches and blunt wraps and both are simple to use. If I can get them to roll great joints, they should be a breeze for everyone else to use.

In this world of cheap Chinese knockoffs and mass produced celebrity promoted gimmicks, it’s rare to find anything that stands solidly on quality, durability and unique design. When I do find these unicorns, I usually can’t afford them. That’s not the case with the King Rollers and their beautifully made joint rollers. If you would like a King Roller of your own, the links above will take you to their site. I hope you like them as much as we do.

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  1. linda December 2, 2016 at 8:09 pm -

    This makes rolling joints so much easier
    Thank you!