The machine is used to make cigarettes. Injects tobacco into tubes. Light and easy to use. It's great for the first time users. Extra nozzles and a compressor are included.
👤Worthless! After waiting over a week for the item to be shipped, I was told by Amazon that I would get a second one free for the hassle, and that the first one was undeliverable. I've tried filling the cigarette tubes by hand, but it really sucks. I haven't had a good cigarette yet. I have to use a pencil to repack the tip of the paper tube because it keeps getting cut off in a half circle. Half the time the tube gets stuck after filling and the cigarette gets stuck in the filler. Tobacco gets stuck around the nozzle making it hard to fit the tube on. I have followed the instructions and watched the videos. I got what I paid for.
👤The roller has two problem areas. It is difficult to push back over tobacco. This may not be easy if you have arthritis. The paper tears up the ends a little as it is pushed out. It is worth the low price for occasional use. You may want to give this one a rolling quantity.
👤I've used them many times and they work well. I put it in my purse. Even the metal crank method machines have a limited life span, if you're only using one device. It depends on how moist the tobacco is and how well it is loaded, as another poster said in the questions area. A learning curve can be frustrating. It's good for travel and can be tucked in a small bag or purse. The advertising picture is my biggest problem. I know... Under the "Description area", it states that you only get the machine and not the rolling tubes. I skimmed the text since I've used these before. My bad. I had to order more tubes to keep up with demand. Change the picture and clearly advertise the product. Thanks!
👤This thing is garbage. There are spaces throughout the cigarette because the tobacco packs are so loose. It just fills the tip of the tube if you pack it tighter. I guess you get what you pay for. I have a manual and electric powermatic that work well and I know how to use a tobacco injector. I bought this to keep in my emergency go bag with a small container of tobacco. I'll be buying another manual to keep in it.
👤The place where you put the paper tube in is surrounded by the bottom piece making it impossible to clear stray peaces of tabbaco. I've never seen a roller like that before. The top piece doesn't go all the way down so I have to use one hand. Was this product tested? How can mistakes be made? Do they care? No.
👤I only used a handful of the hundred tubes I bought. The tubes don't fill completely, and it jams up pretty easily. They tend to burn a lot of ash with the light fill. Read reviews and spend more on ones that get good reviews.
👤The Gambler is a better hand held machine than most. "Sago" tubes are the only tube brand that stands up to the machines with minimal problems. I use "premier" tubes. I use the "New Top O Matic" machine to make my RYO cigarettes. The Gambler machine is a great substitute when I'm away from home.
The tobacco rolling machine is made from eco-friendly materials and is more durable. It is easy to use, you can take your own tray, use it to store excess raw materials for use again, and keep your operating area clean. There is no need to load raw materials into the machine frequently, and the electric cigarette rolling machine is easy to maintain. The instructions for use are as follows: connect the power cable, turn on the power button on the side face of the machine, put the raw materials in the hopper, and press the ingredients slightly after putting in. When filling a 100mm tube, make sure to completely fill the corners. The number of injections is recorded on the display, usually between 5 and 50, and the product provides 1 year or 20000 injections warranty service.
👤The machine is small and works well. You have to press the tobacco into the trough at a time in order for the machine to work. Otherwise it is not functional. It's much more hands-on and time consuming than the photos show, and it will not produce a smokable cigarette if you fill it with more than one cigarette-fill at a time.
👤The machine is perfect. It rolls the tobacco that you can't use in a hand crank roller. I can now use my entire bag of tobacco. I made 6 packs of cigarettes in 30 minutes. There was no clogs at all. It was very easy to use. Would buy again. Highly recommended.
👤It works like a dream. I had to figure out how much tobacco to put in it and how to pack it so it wouldn't jam up. You can take this machine with you wherever you want, so you can always have it when you run out of smokes. It takes roughly 3 minutes to make a perfect pack. This machine is recommended to anyone who wants to save time and money.
👤This machine is easy to use and fills the 100's tube properly.
👤The quality and ease of use of this machine is something that our family has used before and it's something that they are not only from using this machine. First of all, it's = I would imagine most towns have a tobacco shop where our family buys tobacco and tubes. > A pack of cigarettes can be made for less than a dollar each pack when buying stock from our local store. Really like this machine. It works very well and can put a lot of tobacco there to work with, rather than only enough for one cigarette at a time like other machines. It's open. The lid can be used for more tobacco. . The machine is very easy to use and packs a cigarette in about 2 seconds. > It packs well, but not good enough. > The cigarettes must be larger than store bought because only 18 of them will be returned in a pack. You must add tobacco in the middle of the corner to make 100's. . The machine in theray is big enough to hold a lot of cigarettes and can be used to keep the tobacco mess down. To brush the outside of the machine and to brush the tobacco to a corner of the tray, you need a little brush. There is a tray that sits by the machine. The small DIGITAL COUNTER has a bright back light which makes it very easy to read. It's easier than you'd think. Each time it is reset to zero, it counts how many cigarettes are rolled. The probe is for UN-jamming the machine. I've made it so far in the first 50 cigarettes that it hasn't jammed. > The machine comes with a 6 ft cord. > There are metal parts inside the outer casting. The bottom line is what matters. Our family has used other machines, but this one is more convenient. It is cheaper than some of the hand machines. I would say for this quality, ease of use and price. This model would be considered a 5 star model.
The toughest cigarette machine. All metal is built to last. Better, Stronger, Faster than the original Top-O-Matic. 1 year manufacturer warranty There is a tobacco coupon inside.
👤If you pack the chamber too tight with tobacco, don't force it, the lever won't cycle. Stop! Go to the end of the tube. On. Go out of the chamber and use a tool that won't cause metal to go up. Too wet toBACCO, too dry toBACCO, or too Shake at the bottom of the bag are not recommended. Trust me, its not worth it. If you force a jammed chamber through the machine, it will never be the same. If you follow the rules, it will be clean. It will last forever.
👤I've purchased 5 Top-O-Matics in the past 5 years and this one was the best. I was very pleased and it was working well until 2 weeks ago, when it started not working in the same way as the others. I'm the only user of this one, and I only fill it half way and get it Jammed up. When my busy schedule allows, I will be contacting the company to see if they can help. In the mean time, wanted to buyer beware. I'm stressed out and disappointed.
👤The machine that I have been using for over two years has been strong. There is a The rubber grip that holds the cigarette tubes is too thin to properly hold the paper in place is the only con to this machine. It works well once I learned to hold my thumb over the end of the paper. The cigarette is pushed off the end by a large gap near the filter. Extra tobacco is spilling all over the place.
👤This is my second machine. The Top-O-Matic with the black finish was my first model. The roller was good for my first machine, but there were some issues. I decided to buy a second machine. The roller was completely different when I took it out of the box. The machine has a smooth rolling gear that rolls a great cigarette. I read a review that said the rubber base keeps coming off, but I made the purchase anyway. The rubber bottom came off as the review said it would. I had the same issue with the first machine, so I had to work around it. You shouldn't have to deal with a product problem at home. It should be fixed before it's sent out. The rubber bottom falling off is the same issue that has plagued my previous Top-O-Matic T2's. ManUFACTURE FLAW. The rubber bottom is off the machine from the second it is opened. They all have the same issue that the manufacture seems to ignore. The rubber bottom falls off when it's expected to dump the tobacco all over the place. I don't know if you should use a better quality rubber or brain storm at your corporate meetings, or if you should make the grooves deeper. You don't need a masters degree to know that the machine has an ongoing flaw. Consumers don't test their loyalties or be stupid. This is my third roller from this manufacturer and the same problem remains. Maybe it's time to research another machine. Finding a more reliable rolling machine may be easy because we live in a world of so many different products. Making the changes before the only ones rolling their cigarettes on your machines are your own employees is a short lived hobby.
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👤Very impressed. Very easy to use, good weight. The cost of smokes is going to go from 50 cents to less than 5 cents. Don't overfill and stuff the hopper for two reasons, adjust the amount of tobacco to your own preference, and never overfill. When the slide finally gives, you will have to stop the process, dig out all the tobacco and start over, because it will be very difficult to move. If you can't smoke an overstuffed result, you'll have to drag on it with enough force to pull a small car. Pack enough in the far left portion of the hopper to allow the fill to go all the way to the tip of the filter. If you don't make sure your fill goes all the way up, you'll get a floppy cigarette with an empty portion of the tube, but you can still smoke this, but you'll have to gently squeeze the cigarette so it reaches the filling. You can start all over again with a fresh tube. The most important thing is to get an even distribution of tobacco, and you can only get a feel for this by trial and error. Learning how to gently handle the tubes is the most difficult thing about using this injector. It's learning how to pack the tobacco into a container. A small learning curve is easy. I've never used a roller before but it was easy to use and intuitive. Beautifully packaged as well. Highly recommended.
👤It is getting worn out after almost two years of use as it is blowing out too many half-filled cigarette tubes and tobacco from the injector. It was a great injector for $20 and I saved loads of money not buying each pack or carton from a store. If you pack too much tobacco into the injector, it will be easy to use and forgive. Cleaning and clearing tools are included. I was able to make cigs faster than the Bugler pocket sized injector that I bought the first time, because I was able to make my own. The cheap Bugler injector tore a single cigarette tube after making hundreds of cigs, but the Powermatic injector never did. All cigs are packed with the right amount of tobacco. Went from $300 for brand cartons a month to about $60 a month for bags of tobaccos and tubes. I considered buying a Top-a-Matic injector, but the Powermatic one did a great job.
👤I'm very happy that I ordered this beauty. I've been stuck rolling cigarettes with an old type of slide injector because my large Premium roller died of old age. I had a hard time rolling because of my arthritis. I'm on a limited budget and couldn't afford to replace my old roller, so I decided to try it after reading the reviews. I couldn't be happier. I rolled 10 cigs within minutes. They included clear directions on a card. I plan on using it as my main roller for as long as it lasts. I will update if it falls apart, but I don't think there will be any problems. I like it more than my older unit.
The cigarette injector is electric. It can be king size and 100mm.
👤I love it. I have had machines that have been difficult to use. You have to pull the handle down to fill the cigarettes. Powerole is very easy to use. I don't mind smoking anymore. When I first used it, I was amazed at how easy it was to fill the cigarettes. I could either fill my cigarettes tightly packed or just filled normally, whichever I chose. It is much easier to unjam a machine that is jammed up than a machine that is not. It's easier to keep clean. There is a cover at the bottom that prevents tobacco from going into the machine and the cover can be removed easily if you want to get tobacco from the machine. I just vacuum the tobacco that got inside after taking my nozzle from my sweeper. I like this machine very much. It is very durable.
👤I bought the same one a year and a half later and it still works the same way. Must buy for people who want to roll cigarettes quickly. The Poweroll 2 has done everything I needed it to do since I bought it in December. The quality is perfect and the insides are solid metal so it should last a long time. The second part is here. I used a plastic roller that did 100s and Kings and it worked well. If you have any problems with your hands and wrists, this thing is a killer and it adds even more time. I used a big metal hand cranking one from top-o-matic and it worked well, but there were hand and wrist problems that came into play. I've been very happy ever since I bought this one. If I'm paying attention, I can roll a pack of cigarettes in less than 5 minutes. It's very solid, easy to use, easy to clean, and time saver. It's easier to get a cigarette now, and you'll smoke more if you use the cheap one.
👤I have lowered my rating from 5 stars to 1 because the machine broke after a month of use and rolled about 4 cartons of cigarettes. It's not why I lowered my rating, but because of their warranty terms, which I hadn't read until it broke. I don't think a machine that breaks is a warranty. The one year warranty does not extend to the replacement or repaired device. You have to pay to have it fixed or repaired if it breaks again, so you are out of luck. It's ironic that a company that has a business policy that ensures no repeat customers since we won't want to buy this brand again, has an entire business based on addicted customers. This is the best cigarette machine I have ever used, and I have tried many different kinds of machines in the past 10 years. I like ZEN brand tubes because they are the cheapest, and they worked perfectly with this machine. The ATHEY brand of cigarettes work great with this machine. I use a cheap tobacco brand that is cut like pipe tobacco for the sake of lower tax rates on pipe tobacco. The machine worked perfectly even with coarse cut tobacco. I rolled a 1 pound bag of tobacco while watching TV. It would have taken less than half of the time if I was not watching TV. The savings for these cigarettes paid for the machine the first time I used it is different for me in Tennessee than it is in the U.S. The machine does not shred tobacco, which means cigarettes don't usually drop the fire from the tip. Trying to roll the fine, dusty bits left as the bottom of a bag of tobacco can also produce cigarettes that easily "lose their cherry", so I usually mix the end of one bag with fresh tobacco from a new bag to avoid this problem. I have arthritis in my hands that makes it harder to operate the crank handle, so I have been using a Gambler orange injector for about 5 years, but I have been using a different one. This machine is great if you have used other spoon type tubes. It works the same, but you just press the bar and the motor does all the hard work. The machine isn't automatic. If you put the tube on the nozzle and press the tobacco into the slot, you only need to gently press the lid closed rather than twisting the crank. The button to fill the tube is part of the safety lid that protects your fingers, and only requires a small amount of fingertip pressure to fill the tube. I was hoping that fully automatic injectors would be affordable by now, but they are more expensive than I thought, and most consumer models still have problems. It seems that affordable fully automatic machines are unable to perform the same tasks as our fingers. This machine does a lot of the task of the tobacco being put into the tube. The machine makes less noise than the manual machine. When you pulled the crank handle, my old injector made a loud clanking noise. When you press the button to fill the tube, the machine's electrical motor only makes a small noise. The motor can't be activated while you are pressing tobacco into the fill slot because it has a lid over it. The design of the lid and button is a great safety feature, as I find it easier to press the tobacco into the fill slot using my fingers. If you are used to other spoon injectors, you will be able to make perfect cigarettes with ease, even if you don't know how much tobacco to press down into the slot. I like the shape of the bin. It has enough tobacco for a few cigarettes, which speeds up the routine. It will make a mess if you don't have a tray to catch tobacco. The machine is half the size of my old one. I had to sit at a table to operate my old machine, but this one is easy to use, and a lap tray on the sofa makes it easy to use. I used the new electrical injector to roll enough cigarettes for a month while sitting on the sofa with a tray in my lap and watching the news on a Friday night. I wanted to give it a fair review for a novice since I have used similar machines before, so I tried things I have learned not to do. I tried some that was dry and some that was wet. I tried putting tobacco that was not tightly packed and mashing in too much. I tried to get some fines out of the bag. I got a partially filled cigarette with overly dry tobacco that wasn't packed in well. The machine jammed when I pressed too much tobacco into the slot, used tobacco that was too wet, or the dry powdered bits at the bottom of the bag. The machine handled the jams well. I was able to press the bar again without having a tube mounted, and the machine ejected the tobacco. It was easy to clear the jam by turning the machine upside down and putting a rod into the nozzle. The machine has 2 brushes for cleaning and a steel rod for clearing jams. I use a bamboo skewer to clear jams with my old manual Gambler brand injector. These bamboo sticks are useful for all sorts of fixit tasks. I use bamboo to clear jams of the cigarette machines, so I'm sure I won't apply too much pressure or break anything inside the machine. If you are new to rolling your own cigarettes, I can give you some advice. If you want to quit smoking, first you have to stop smoking, and then you have to buy a machine to smoke. Don't waste money buying a cheaper machine if you want better cigarettes that cost less, buy this one. Regular brand cigarettes are better than cheap roll your own tobacco. If you buy a second bag of tobacco, you will have already saved the cost of the machine, so your cigarettes from then on will be a quarter of the cost. Most cigarette brands add extra chemicals to make them burn more evenly, 888-270-6611 When I ran out of tobacco, I bought a couple of packs of Marlboros and was amazed at how they made my throat burn after smoking a few. I'm not saying that roll your owns will be any less bad, just that they are more enjoyable. I switched the back lever on the machine to produce 100s and it worked better. The King tubes were not being completely filled, with about a quarter of an inch left empty at the opening. Tobacco was not being injected into the tube because it was snug against the filter. It leaves a bit of tobacco at the end of the tube when it is set for 100s. I had the same issues with my old manual injector. I prefer to brush off extra tobacco from the end, rather than having tubes that aren't fully loaded. I smoked 100s before I started rolling my own cigarettes, but I have found that 100s are harder to get well filled with. I had more problems with tobacco not filling snug against the filter inside the tubes than with some injectors. This may not sound like a big deal, but when you draw on the cigarette, the empty portion collapses without you getting any smoke from the cigarette. The 100 tubes would often have a gap inside next to the filter, which made it difficult to smoke, unless I had the tobacco at the right humidity and packed it right. The machine would jam very frequently if I tried to pack enough tobacco to make sure the 100 tubes were filled. I haven't tried 100 tubes with this injector, but I think it will work better for Kings than 100s, because it works just like a manual machine, except with an electrical motor to replace wrist and elbow power. If you have problems with 100s, try using King tubes. I was accustomed to Kings for a quarter the cost after 30 years of smoking 100s. The machine works best if the tobacco is humid when you open the bag. If you're new to rolling your own cigarettes, you will get used to how the tobacco feels and when it needs a bit more moist or dry. The tobacco in my cigarettes is a bit more humid than the injectors prefer. You can buy empty wooden cigar boxes at your local tobacco store. I have a few wooden cigar boxes with buttons in them that allow me to roll 500 cigarettes in an evening and keep them fresh and humid.
It can be king size and 100mm. spoon track for smooth injection A high precision cutter is needed for a better compression result. There is a clear hopper for holding more tobacco. It makes 100mm cigarettes.
👤I am not a fan of shopping for products so I read reviews, watch videos and look at product demos before I make a purchase. I chose the Powermatic IV Electric Roller after doing all of those. I wasn't too far into my due diligence before I placed my order. I was checking my delivery status daily. Couldn't wait to get my hands on it. I had already purchased tobacco products so I would be ready when the delivery came. It was all I dreamed it would be when I opened the box. I was impressed by the look and feel of the product. It was very well made and didn't feel cheap. It is a tank. I got to it quickly. I was ready to leave. I just got an eye roll. :D What can I say? I used the Powermatic to roll cigarette after cigarette, at first. If you have ever used a manual crank tube injectors, it is almost impossible to not screw up a few rolls along the way. There is a I was with a success rate of 40 cigarettes without incident, but then the machine started jamming. The instructions provided by the manufacturer were clear and easy to follow, so I paused on the first jam. Nowadays, you don't see much with any product. The instructions warn of a case of unbalanced tobacco distribution, but I wasn't overloading the chamber and it wasn't a case of that. I read them. We don't throw them out if they don't make sense. It just started to jam. Once the chamber was clear, I used the provided brush to make sure there was no tobacco stuck to the injection shaft, and then I activated the shaft once again to make sure no tobacco was stuck to it. It was clear to get back to it. I rolled out about three cigarettes and it jammed up. I cleared that jam again. If you can't fill the tube, then you're wasting money on tubes and I tried using less tobacco and that worked without incident. The machine was only okay for a short time in the chamber, which left about three-sixteenths of a inch of space between where the tobacco stopped and the tip of the tube, not the butt end. Sometimes the tobacco wouldn't make it back to the butt end of the tube. I used to be able to fill the tube to the brim, but now I have to jam after jam and trust me, it wasn't my jam at all. After my first successful run of rolling, these were out of the blue and made no sense. I slowly added more tobacco to see if I could get back to the quality of rolling I had seen initially but once I reached the amount of tobacco needed to fill a tube the Powermatic started jamming. My enthusiasm faded quickly. 40 cigarettes rolled and then malfunctioned. I noticed a change in the way my rolling went. The tobacco injection shaft pushes the tobacco into the tube while the shoot extends to grip the top of the tube. When the lever moves to the down position and the shaft extends into the tube, the little gripper releases as the shaft pulls back into the unit, allowing the cigarette to drop freely. I believe that mechanical failure may have caused the change in rolling, as I noticed that this little gripper was still holding the tube tightly, not releasing as it had on successful rolling. I don't know. I didn't know what to think of the machine, but I did it in a short time and I wanted a good experience. It was shocking to find that something that looked and felt so durable to the touch wouldn't last as long as a manual crank tube injector. The Powermatic didn't meet my expectations and I think I got a rare lemon. It happens. Hopefully it works for you if you choose to go with it. I uploaded a video of the Powermatic working. I used it as my subject matter to try out some new film gear I had just purchased. In the video, you can see how the tube rests on the shoot, a little gripper holding it in place and how the shaft injects the tobacco, the tube drops down at a 45 degree angle and freely pulls away. The cigarettes were rolled. There is a short clip at the end showing one of the problems that happened when it wasn't jamming. The little gripping mechanism has started to cause jamming. I hope my experience helps you.
Pain Relief and Self- Care: This foot, ankle and leg massager uses a deep kneading Shiatsu technique to improve blood flow, reduce inflammation, stimulate muscle recovery, provide pain relief, or offer pure and thorough relaxation after a long day. Other massagers only provide a basic foot massage, but with an adjusted base their massage machine can be positioned with amazing comfort to work the muscles of your feet, ankles, or calves! The foot and leg massager has different levels of intensity to suit the muscles. Users are encouraged to start at the lowest setting and adjust accordingly. The leg and foot massager has 5 modes that can be used to help provide relief to a variety of conditions. Is it possible to have a long day at work? Feet hurt? Is there an ache in your feet? Does it live in your bones? Don't lose hope. The foot and leg massager is here to help. Take a load off. Feel pure joy and let go.
👤When I read the reviews, I knew I had to try it, even though my expectations were not very high. This machine is excellent. I can't think of a better alternative than a massage therapist with strong hands. It would be more expensive to hire a professional to come to my TV room every night. If you don't know what that means, then consider yourself blessed. I'm buying another one for a friend because I like it so much. It's powerful! It wraps the feet in a tight squeeze, but is not a real person. "it's loud" is one of the noted issues. It's not. It sounds like Darth Vader. Nobody ever complained that he breaths too loud. And lived. It doesn't heat up very much. I turn the heat off when it gets hotter than I want. * It's painful. Yes! Only in a good way for tired feet. It feels great when I use the highest settings. I would use it if there was a higher setting. This machine is not for everyone. If you like soaking your feet in salts, then do that. If you want to beat those dogs into submission, then this is your puppy. Hey, Heather! You are still loving your machine! Is there a way to get more pressure?
👤We bought this foot massager based on the reviews on Amazon and other sites that had recommended it as one of the best. I wouldn't agree. The developers missed the boat on making this an exceptional/best of the best possible machine. This model has no remote control. It's not a big deal to some, but for those that have a bit harder time moving around after getting in a comfortable position, it's an up-down every 15 minutes to hit the power to run another cycle. It would be a huge improvement to have a full remote. 15 minutes. It's all over. Time is up. Really? I would like more options. Yeah. You have to reset the settings every time you run a new cycle. The 15min is over. If you want to manually reset the settings you put in before, sit up and do it. It forgets the last settings. This should be a no-brainer to me. It should remember last if I set it to my preferences. If someone else is using it, they can change it. If I'm the only one using it, it's one more step. I don't dare put my feet in until I have powered on and manually reset, it grips my feet/legs and is very painful. I'm a no pressure gal. There should be a middle squeeze. level is minimum It seemed like a no-brainer to add something in between. "High pressure/squeeze until your eyeballs pop out and your toes fall off." I'd like a little pressure, better yet, a sliding scale of set your own! A new idea. Holy smokes, is this thing heavy? Dang. I'm not weak. I didn't know I needed a hand truck to move it from room to room, on/off the bed, and under my desk. Adding a couple wheels on it would be great. Too much? wow, but I don't know I need a massager for my back. It's EEK. No other options are available. I understand liability and they may be afraid to put too much heat for fear of a burn, but if they are ok with adding pressure that could kill a small animal, I think a few extra degrees for options would be nice. There was no heat. Thats nice. That is really warm, now that is relaxing! It was hot. I can feel that in depth. I might not be ok with this tomorrow. My feet are fire, somebody call the fire department. You get the drift. Vibration can be on or off. Do you see a pattern here? I'd like to be able to have minimal, medium, and karate chops to a high. Give me a sliding knob for certain adjustments. It's just a thought. The high cost of this thing to me. I would expect the designers to have thought of at least some of the basics. A remote with a remember me setting is needed. Even though he's a pretty strong dude, my fiancée complains when he has to move it. He's nice enough to move it for me sometimes. I think there is something out there that would have given me more options for the cost. That's just me.
If you have any complaints about the product. They will reply to you within 24 hours. I hope you have a pleasant online shopping experience. A pack of cigarettes can be made in two minutes. Fresh Choice tobacco has an unlimited warranty.
👤Take it for the worth of the rating, because I am not typical for rating 5. It's very difficult to get everything right when packing cigarettes. To make sure the machine works properly, you will have to buy a moisture meter. It takes a lot of time to get your first cigarette. I have been using this machine for a month now and I am very satisfied with the results. I have gotten 100% satisfaction with the quality of cigarette I get. I am sure there is something that I am missing, but I start the drying of tobacco on a metal pan lined with a thin piece of cardboard, once the tobacco is at optimal level of moisture it packs quickly. 80% of the satisfaction with the cigarette comes from the idea that I have to be careful with the cigarettes I smoke. I have to feel the entire cigarette with my fingers to make sure there are no pockets and I have to pack the individual cigarette and lose 10% of the smoke. I understand that the machine won't be as expensive as the $2.5k machine, but that's why it's 5 x's less. The amount of tobacco to dry out is a problem I have not been able to solve. If you pour a pan of tobacco, it will get too dry at the end of your packing, if you pour too little, you will be waiting for the optimal level of hydration before you can pack. I don't have time for a scientific model of microwave and lettuce, but I have tried some of the suggestions. The machine is bulky even though it is small. The cleaning is hard. I packed a carton of cigarettes in 30 minutes. If you follow the directions on the tobacco's humidity, you can guess how much tobacco you need in each cigarette. It is very easy to use; sprinkle in your tobacco, press a couple of buttons, and the machine will do it for you. The machine will cut your cigarette making in half if you don't want to waste a lot of time packing. The cigarette makers machine is a compact- home version. Not every cigarette will be perfect, but your yield will be higher than the manual power machine that is most popular. There is very little to do in making cigarettes. I am very happy with the purchase.
👤It allows me to roll packs quickly. The quality and ease of use is excellent, but the soft rubber holder of the tubes needs to be replaced annually. I suppose that is not a big deal, since the material for these parts must be made of something that lasts a long time. It's best to have spare parts on hand. This is my second purchase of this machine, the first one lasted over ten years, and this one looks like it might even exceed that with proper treatment and cleaning. There is a learning curve when it comes to how moist your tobacco should be. Highly recommend drying the tobacco to a uniform percent of the humidity. I think 13-15% is the best for me. Store bought tobacco is usually 20% or more wet. The room temp air works well for drying.
The design is in your pocket. It is easy to operate. It's suitable for picnics, fishing, live parties, barbecues, tours, etc. Brand new, made of high quality plastic. Quality is the easiest to use. Saving money and rolling your own cigarettes is easy. The product is manufactured under the supervision of GHRMB.
👤It took a while before I got it to work for me. It works well. The tobacco has to be injected with force. You can't baby this thing. I'm on over 500 rolls, and it still works. The cigarettes are easier to make when you use the packer, instead of just filling the container and closing it. It gets harder to inject if you overpack. The little red packer that comes with it is easy to misplace. It slips in like a holder, and doesn't snap into the base. It's easy to get it out if you are transporting it.
👤I bought tobacco products. It worked better after realizing there was a packer on the side. The slide tray inside is not long enough and I always miss tobacco on the filter side. There is usually less than 1/2 inch of wasted tube after I pack the cigarette. Tobacco gets stuck halfway through if I pack it too much. It works well enough that you don't have to buy a different one.
👤I got my roller today and I could tell it was used before. I could tell that the box had been damaged and that it had been opened many times. There were pieces inside when I opened it. It had a bit of tobacco dust underneath the grip. The metal piece is bent. I hate sending stuff back, so I am going to try it. I will go to tobacco stores to purchase rollers now that I am not very happy. I hope it works.
👤It serves its purpose well. It took a while to get used to the right amount of tobacco. It will tear off a piece of the cigarette tube when packed too full. It's nice that it came with a brush and a cigarette tube mouth piece. I would like to have a place to keep the little brush on the mechanism. I'm satisfied with my purchase so far.
👤I love it once I got used to it. It's a bit wider than others I've used, but it grips the surface of my desk better. It's easy to take care of. Alos, I produce a cigarette that is consistent. It seems to be sturdy enough to be the last one I pruchase.
👤The roller is the best I have ever used. The pusher comes with a slot to put it in. It's convenient! Rolls great! You have to push the button at the top until it clicks, otherwise it won't roll. An amazing roller is what it is. It is definitely worth the money.
👤My son smokes cigarettes and rolls his own. He had 2 other rollers that broke, but this one is sturdy and does the job to make it easy to make a cigarette.
👤It would be alright if it wasn't for the jaming of tobacco. It doesn't fill the start of the filter as it should. It's easy to deal with. It takes a lot of time, but I'm still using it. The tobacco has to be fresh and grinded in order to get a decent cigarette, while holding it upright and making sure it clicks the hold on the tube and putting pressure on both the bottom and top of the device.
King Size Cigarettes are made. It is easy to use. The large handle makes it easy to grip.
👤The best cigarette tube injector machine is the Mikromatic. It was a great birthday present. I've received more than one compliment on my 'roll yer own's' from other smokers. Thank you, item arrived on time in a brand new condition.
👤The machine is great. Just skip the plastic ones and pay a bit more to get this. You will not regret. It was very smooth. The tubes are nicely packed. Looks great. It seems like it will last a long time.
👤I bought a used one and had problems with it, so I bought this one and am very happy with it.
👤Over the years, we have only purchased one roller. It is easy to pull and has a long life.
👤Doesn't seem to pack a tube well.
The roller maker has an amazing grip. You'll have a great cigarette every time. It is made of high quality metal. The filling amount of shredded tobacco is the same as the height of the sponge tip. It should be loose or tight. After rolling, you can dip the cotton swab in the water, wipe it, and then stick the cigarette paper on it. If you have a question, please contact them.
👤The belt is sticky to roll. The old ones had a knob to operate the roller.
👤It was total rip off. I want my money back. Only 1 and 3 of the pins that hold the rollers in place popped out. I will step on one of the other two until I have no shoes on.
👤If you know how to use it, it will not break. Most of the reviews say it is not junk. The people don't know how to use the roller.
👤It broke within a week. It wasn't sturdy and was used to roll cigarettes.
👤The plastic rolling surface was unglued.
👤It's very easy to use. I've used the best.
👤Cheap but didn't work. No instructions.
👤I would be annoyed if this cost more than 20 quarters. It is useless. I would rather set a $5 bill on fire than buy it again. Don't waste money or time.
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