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Hemp Rips $1.50 – 2.00 53mm wide, 5m long Pros: Ultra long, your choice of length Cool Packaging With these, no need for other length papers Cons: Sometimes rip off too much Box isn’t flat for pocket comfort These are probably one of the cooler rolling papers you’ll encounter. Hemp Rips are a tube of rolling paper where you can pull out as long of a paper as you’d like and rip it off, allowing for the final product to be anywhere from an inch, to 15 feet. IMAGINE SMOKING SOMETHING 15 FEET LONG! Once you’ve stopped using the hemp rips to measure certain body parts, or even use those body parts to help roll the paper (I’m talking about fingers), you’ll notice that the quality of the paper is pretty durable, accompanied by a sticky adhesive strip. These are no easier or harder to roll than any other paper. …

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Vaporite Elevation (VR-005) Review

Vaporite Elevation (VR-005) Price: $50 online Pros: Cheap Digital Temperature Quick Startup of 5 minutes Cons: Digital read is not accurate Burns your product Hard to put more product in without touching the scorching hot bowl (use a glove) Wooden, smells funny after being on for too long The reason why I came across this vaporizer was because my friend purchased it on a whim and then proceeded to leave it at my house for the next three weeks, forgetting it every time she was over.  Otherwise my taste is too picky for this type of vaporizer, unless you’re looking for one where you don’t have to spend any money, and you kind of get the vaporizing experience, kinda. The Vaporite Elevation features a wooden tower with a digital temperature read and a knob for temperature control.  Inside is a ceramic heating element, and at the top of the tower …

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Da Buddha Vape Review

Da Buddha Vape Price – $185 in store $170 online Made by 7th Floor Designed and Built in U.S.A. Vaporizers are hard to find at the $100 – 200 range, especially ones that actually work for that amount of money.  But alas, Da Buddha (DBV) is the answer for those of us who are strapped for cash, looking for a durable piece, and waiting to vaporize.  It’s sleek, inexpensive, and can take a beating. The cylindrical aluminum housing has the mechanics on bottom and air intake and heating element on top, separate from one another.  The temperature knob is silver but you can buy custom ones for around $30.  Also, directly above the knob is a happy, plump, friendly Buddha with DBV on his belly.  Beware however that the heating element is inside of a glass heating cover that gets extremely hot.  I would highly advise against touching it even …

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Elements Ultra Thin Rice Papers Review

Elements Ultra Thin Rice Papers come with 50 papers per pack and are made of Sugar Gum.. With the claim that they burn ashless except for the “Sugar” which creates a very small amount of ash. How does it stack up against the competition? It’s fairly sturdy, very easy to roll with and is harsh on the throat when inhaled. It burns extremely quickly and unevenly when smoked outside so it’s one of my least favorite ways to smoke outside. The harshness of this paper was very agitating and I ended up spitting a lot.. Couldn’t inhale larger hits and made the decision I wouldn’t be buying Elements again. Give us your take on Elements Ultra Thin Rice Papers and drop a comment below:

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RAW Rolling Paper Review

The claim to fame is that it “Contains Natural Unbleached Fibers” and is “Vegan” to make matters all the more confusing for the average pot head.. or personal cigarette roller. . . especially when the definition for vegan is: A vegetarian who eats plant products only, especially one who uses no products derived from animals, as fur or leather. I was under the impression that all rolling papers were made of plant material only..  up until now. This product is made in Spain, and contains 32 sheets (standard quantity) of rolling papers per package. The adhesive is fairly strong and I would recommend only going over it with your tongue once in order to prevent taking off the adhesive sugars, and turning the sheet unusable. Do not moisten any other areas except for the adhesive as the paper can be torn very easily. Pros: Smooth taste, very clean and even …

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