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This unique looking grinder quickly chopped threw a gram of Arkansas grown Golosa by Osage Creek roughly with the tray flat on the table, but it was still adequate for a bowl or even rolling a joint. I found if you grind with the tray upright so the flower cannot immediately fall thru the bottom, it gives a much finer grind.
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The flower left behind in thr grinder was the normal amour of kief and small pieces of material but a stern smack on the table removes them from between the bottom of the grinder and the top of the tray. AMCO gives it a 8 out of 10 for usefullness as it took a step out of my morning routine by not having to scrape up the ground flower from the tray. I would give it a 7 out of 10 for design. I just wish it had a little room between the grinder and tray. I have large hands and am unable to clean it out using only my finger. The magnetic lid is stronger than other grinders I have used before. At 3.8 ounces, this device is much lighter than the metal grinders I have used but has withstood some intentional abuse.
If you drop it while empty there is no issue. But it will still any material you have in it when dropped. Durability rates 8 out of 10 as I have dropped it several times on hard wood floors and has proved solid construction. I thought this was going to be a novelty item, some thing just cool to show a buddy, but not some thing I would use often. After using for a couple days I have changed my mind. Over all it rates 7.6 out of 10. I could see it being useful for everyday medical patients especially those with dexterity issues. Check out the comment section for the web address and a code to get 10% off your purchase! www.oozelife.com code 420AMCO