The support warranty is for 2 years or 20,000 times injected. King Size and 100mm Size are the sizes of Tubes that can be made. Quality Notes: All fresh Hawk-Matic Injectors must be inspected in the production process. There was a display that recorded the times of injected. The count is between 5 and 50. It means that it was inspected and qualified. Solider because of the aluminum alloy mechanism. The machine is easy to use and makes perfect smokes. It is easy to use. The flip-top hopper is large enough to make a lot of smokes.
👤It feels like a quality piece of tech. It's small but heavy. The tray that comes with it is great. I rolled 26 cigarettes out of one. No cigarette had blank spots or jam or tear tubes. It is quiet, and you can pack the machines with your fingers instead of using a plastic one. You can't tell how much plastic you have. I will recommend and purchase again if it holds up for a year or two. The tools that come with it are even better. I like it. All for less money than its competitors. It makes up for that when you don't have to re roll smokes or fix jams on humid days. Try it! It is worth your time and consideration. I'm happy I did.
👤I have been rolling my own for a few years now and have purchased two models of manual rolling machines and one electric machine. This is by far the best! It's very solid and sleek. It has a soft brush for cleaning and a tool for clearing jams. The rolling is the best part. We've rolled over 200 cigarettes and they were all filled with no gaps or weak spots. It used to be a chore, but now it is enjoyable. We look forward to using it. It's so simple and fast that you don't have to use your arm to slide the filling lever. My daughter and I both developed shoulder and arm pain from this repeated motion. That has ended thanks to the Hawk-Matic. What more could you ask for? Don't waste time, money or pain. The Hawk-Matic is for you! Click the Buy Now button if you want to. You will be happy you did. I haven't been paid for this review.
👤It was fast to use. I can do 25 in 10 minutes. Works well with 100s. Even better. If you use kings, there will be tobacco at the end. It's a lot. You would probably need to trim with scissors. The machine works perfectly with either 100s or 100s only. House brand tobacco and tubes is what I prefer. The cost savings by changing to RYO are shocking to me. The product is exceptional. If you have bad experiences with those little cheap handheld crank roller machine thingies, then you should not be on the fence. This machine is amazing. It doesn't fit in with the conversation like those old crappy little handheld injector things. There were no loose cigarettes. There were no cherries falling off. Being put out early and relit later makes it stiff. You have to be careful not to overstuff them because this machine is strong and will pack them in too tight if you overfill it. You should feel no resistance when pulling the lever. Try less and see how it works. You will find what works for you. I like it.
👤The Hawk-Matic Electric Cigarette Injector device was purchased a few days ago. I replaced a manual device that I used for about a year and a half. The premier never worked well. I would get a perfectly rolled cigarette. It was messing with every cigarette. I probably got one out of 10. Terrible product. I have been using the Hawk-Matic since I opened the package and it has been working perfectly. I roll 100's and it's easy to use. Put the tobacco in, press down with your finger tips for a few seconds, then pull a lever and a perfect, tight, full cigarette every time. Not a single badly rolled cig has been reported so far. I believe the device relieved a lot of anger and frustration I had for the premier. Thanks for a great product that does what it's supposed to do.
20,000 times injected is a warranty. King size and 100mm size tubes are used. The times of injected were recorded. All fresh Hawk-Matic Injectors must be inspected in the production process. There was a display that recorded the times of injected. The count is between 5 and 50. It means that it was inspected and qualified. Solider because of the aluminum alloy mechanism. The machine is easy to use and makes perfect smokes. It was easy to use. The flip-top Hopper is large enough to make 6-7 smokes.
👤I've made about 600 cigarettes with this machine. I like it so far. It is very similar to the powermatic 2. It's easy to use. I bought it because it filled out to the end of the tube 99% of the time. The powermatic 2 was not filling them all the way. The extended arm is easier to use and the fold down tray makes it less messy. It's been great so far, but we'll see how it goes for the long term. We are in September of 2021. I've made over 30,000 cigarettes. The machine is working well. I had a few jams and didn't fill the filters. The machine is still a wonderful machine.
👤I'm glad I took a chance on this machine. I have rolled over 1100 cigarettes with the Hawk-Matic Plus1. The cigarette has been perfect. The Hawk-Matic is a little smaller than the others. It comes with two very nice cleaning brushes. I like the rolled counter of cigarettes. The counter has helped me reduce the number of cigarettes I smoked. This is the best rolling machine I have ever tried. The lack of an On/Off switch is the only negative I have. If there is too much tobacco placed in a rolling machine, the handle will be forced down and it will jam. The Hawk-Matic is the best cigarette rolling machine I have ever owned.
👤I've been using a hand crank for at least 6 years. I would get the chamber filled too often, resulting in cigarettes packed over-tight on one end or the other, or having it only partially load the tube, leaving a gap near the filter. I haven't had this unit in a while. I received it a few days ago and I'm on the 4th pack. Every single one has been perfect so far. It's easy to use. There is enough tobacco to make 7 or 8 Kings. It sits in a tray that catches the finished cigarettes, so they can be retrieved when you're done. Some of the makers in the $80 price range looked decent. The large number of positive reviews made me choose this one. I am one of the happy customers with a review in the positive column.
👤The unit arrived two days earlier than expected. It looks like it will do 0 - 60 in 2.5 seconds. It was streamlined and compact. Tools to clean a unit are more expensive than tools to clean other units. The flip-top hopper is large enough to make a lot of smokes. The unit makes a perfect smoke. It's a no-brainer because of the 2 year warranty.
👤I received this on September 5, 2020 and am happy because it's so easy to use, and you can pack the tobacco tight or light, and every cigarette comes out perfect, I used pipe tobacco. I am the designated operator of the cigarettes because my wife loves them. The is well worth the price and we will be saving more than the cost of cigarettes commercially.
There is a larger volume version available. You can find the newEST V2 ERGO 3D Hopper -and- Hopper +EZ Handle Bundle here. It is easy, fast, and secure to install. Simply peel the red protective film from the genuine 3M VHB tape and press firmly onto the factory base. If you upgrade your Powermatic 2 or 2+ in a snap, you'll be able to operate it more quickly and with less effort. Tobacco can still flow freely, even though capacity has been maximized. The 3D Hopper holds enough tobacco to make around 30 cigarettes per fill. 3D printed in high quality ECO plastic for an exact fit. Environmentally friendly materials. The 3D Hopper is made in the USA. The ERgo 3D EZ-HANDLE and the powerMATIC INJECTOR are sold separately. They offer a discount on their Ergo 3D Hopper and EZ-Handle BUNDLE. You can enter the following into the search. You need the original factory HOPPER that was shipped with your PowerMATIC 2 or 2+ for the ERGO 3DHOPPER.
👤I understand that a 3D Printer is a great tool to mass produce items at a lower cost. I understand why this item needs to be glue down because it almost fits. There is a program for your 3D Printer. The front two corners, left and right, need to be longer so they can contact the machine when placed on top of the short hopper that came with the machine. The unit has too much clearance to do a good gluing job and is not wide enough. The back edge of the machine is the most important part of gluing. It doesn't! The Powermatic II & II+ has a short hopper that leans back away from the chamber at its top edge. You can't glue those two surfaces together because of the huge gap. If you make changes to your printer program, you may be able to get a product that is worth more than what you are paying for it. Try to use technology in a better way. I'm sure you can find a nerd that can rewrite your program.
👤I like this vehicle. It was packaged well and made well. I didn't glue mine since I moved it between two machines. I use painter's tape to hold the machine in place. About 2 packs of cigarettes of king size are made from the tobacco held in the Hopper holders. This is the right size for me. I would recommend it to a friend.
👤I don't have a problem with it being a little loose. I don't want to touch it when depressing the lever. It's a lot easier to hold a large amount of tobacco at a time. I didn't use super glue because of the instructions. I usually ignore the instructions if they are hard to read.
👤It is a very sturdy product. Be careful with how you use the glue. I had glue on my item and it was on my tobacco loader that I could not get my handle to move. My excitement caused my brain to malfunction.
👤It fits the Powermatic 2. It's not tight but it works. I don't see the need for tape to secure it. I have had this since March 16th and I love it. It's a must have. It needs to be impoved to have a snug fit. You're getting 20 bucks for this so make one that fits securely. This is the only complaint I have.
👤If it was heavier, I would give it 5 stars. It's very light and can topple over. They include the glue because of that. It does cut down on the mess tobacco can make. Not 100%. It does help. It is a little pricey.
👤The time it takes to make cigarettes has been cut in half. But it!
👤The Hopper fits poorly. There is an angle where the machine mounts to the hopper. It sits back. There is no support because the machine does not meet the bottom. The back of the mount was glued to by supplied glue. It was overpriced for quality. There is a A bad purchase.
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.
It can be used more than 60 times on a single charge, and it can be charged more than 300 times. They will give you a refund if you don't like their quality. You can get a free trial now. The Powermatic II plus! New and improved! Increased speed! The gear quality has improved. 25% more power with less jams! Makes cigarettes that are King size and 100mm.
👤Most people reading this are smokers, so I will not expect people to apologize for doing something they don't like. It's a good thing. I've rolled over 1500 cigarettes with this machine and it wasn't my fault. I've cut my smoking casts in half. If the machine broke tomorrow, I could replace it and still save money. A lot of money. I am a professional smoker. It's a good thing. If you're new to RYO, you should buy the machine online, as it may vary from one person to another. They sell for more than Quality. The tobacco should not be used from the bottom of the bag. The machine will be jammed by it. The plastic gears that drive the "spoon" that injects the tobacco into the tube is what causes it to jam. This is the top cause of machine failure. Since I learned not to use the stuff from the bottom, I have never had a jam. Don't over fill the tray. You will learn how much tobacco you need to pack. The "gate" that closes over the tray can be stressed out by over filling. If the lever is hard to use, you have too much tobacco in the tray. Don't pack too tightly. If you read the instructions and fill them from the center, you'll get a full cigarette. Every time. Time. If you have less than slender fingers, I suggest buying a manual machine and packing it with a packing tool. This unit does not have a one. There are strings of tobacco hanging from the end of a cigarette. You can get a tobacco cutter on Amazon. I used to use a $9 coffee bean grinder. I can tell from the pictures that the blades used in both look the same. If you use a bean grinder, make sure to check your tobacco. I had a bowl of useless tobacco powder when I first used one. Lesson learned. I stopped cutting my tobacco. I think that I learned something that makes it unnecessary. If you feel like you're wasting tobacco, you can go to a big box store and buy a hand held strainer and sieve, and sift out what causes the problem. A lot of the junk will gravitate to the bottom when I put my tobacco on a paper plate and transfer it to the machine. The cleaning kit for the unit is nice. Follow the instructions. A good quality folding TV Table is a good choice if your kitchen table is not appropriate for rolling. My equipment is kept out of the way. I roll a carton at a time and can set it up in about 2 minutes. I take this machine with me, so I can roll over 200 cigarettes. I don't get in a hurry, so you can probably do it quicker. A cafeteria type tray will help with the mess if you can get one. You're most likely going to end up with tobacco everywhere. RYO cigs are larger than ready-rolls. You need something to keep them in. Most of the plastic "pocket boxes" I have tried are junk. I smoked cigarettes that came in hard packs and saved a few of them. They've held up well, but will only hold 17 RYO. There are many choices for storage at Amazon. If you look, you'll find something you like. A friend of mine buys boxes for storing crayons from a big box store. They hold 35 and have a good. "seal" Tpingfe Smoking Cigarettes aluminum cigarette case is intended to hold hard packed commercial smokes, but it is not comfortable in the pocket. You can shop for tobacco. You can, around here. Louisiana has a 5 ounce bag for $6 and a 1 pound bag for $13. You should try several until you find one you like. There are plenty of online sources that Amazon doesn't sell most things that kill people. You can find tobaccos that are similar to commercial brands. There is a brand that claims to taste like the world's most popular cigarette or what we used to call "Cowboy Killers". You know the one. Don't think you're stuck with one brand. I use a brand called "Good Stuff" because I like the way it tastes, and it has a pleasant odor when burning. It took several brands to find it. I use and like a brand called "American Club" that I have been a poor planner for. If you can, buy your tubes in bulk. They don't say anything. Tubes are sold for $3.80 to $4.50 per box of 200. I buy a brand on Amazon. You can get the tubes for between $16 and $17. Some of the other brands have a shorter filter than these. The filters in the Zen Bran are the full length of the tube, as opposed to half that. I mention this because I have had people say that they could make money with it. If they catch you selling cigarettes without a tax stamp, it won"t go well for you, I am not a lawyer or a law enforcement officer, but I am pretty sure if they catch you, it won"t go well for you. I am not associated with Amazon.com or any of the products I have mentioned in any way. I thought that if you were insane enough to still smoke, you should know, as they might benefit you. I hope the review helped you.
Check out their newest V2 ERGO 3D Hopper Bundle here. Bundled Ergo 3D Hopper and EZ-Handle saves time and money. It is easy, fast, and secure to install. Simply peel the red protective film from the genuine 3M VHB tape, and press firmly onto a clean factory base. You can upgrade your Powermatic 2 or 2+ in a snap for faster, easier operation and less time spent refilling the tiny factory Hopper! It's easier to pull down the lever for larger sessions. It's less work. The 3D Hopper holds enough tobacco to make around 30 cigarettes per fill. 3D printed in high quality ECO plastic for an exact fit. Environmentally friendly materials. The 3D Hopper is made in the USA. You must have the original factory Hopper that shipped with your Powermatic 2 or 2+ for the Ergo 3D Hopper to attach properly. The Powermatic Injector is not sold together. The only things included in this listing are the Ergo 3D Hopper and the EZ-Handle.
👤I got tired of rolling smokes and bought this. My rolling time was cut in half thanks to this awesome little device. You must have the factory's base with it. I set mine in the base and looked to see if there was a light under the hopper. I used the glue that came with it to glue it in after I wiped off the base and contact points. The bottle of crazy glue was bought because it has a longer tip and glues the inside seam from the point of the base to the other side. I did this inside and outside. There is a small gap in the back. I used more glue and it has stayed put. I waited a day to use it to make sure the glue was dry. The tobacco is put in the top of the Hopper. 2 packs of smokes will be done by a full hopper. The lever is easier to move with the handle on. It will make your time more profitable if you buy it. I will buy another one if I need to.
👤Having this option made the decision to buy a breeze easier. My husband had a hard time rolling in the past because it was messy and he had big hands. The issues have been solved by the extended handle length. My husband didn't want something that he was going to have to refill in between rolls so this solved the issue. It makes sense that the handle is longer. It comes with glue so you can glue it down to the piece you want, but it doesn't clip in or anything, and I have knocked it over a few times.
👤The item was made using a 3d printer that was of poor quality. It would definitely not be a good idea to recommend cracks to anyone. Save $35 and make your own from a plastic jug or paper carton.
👤A friend recommended I buy the 3D Hopper. It saves me time because I don't have to reload the little hopper on the injector. I gave it a 4 star rating because of the small crack on the right hand side, however, the super glue took care of that when I glue it on to the other hopper. I use a piece of tape at the front of the machine to keep the small Hopper from popping up when the machine is full. It's a great product and I would recommend it to others. Thanks!
👤The handle makes it easier to pull down. It helps when you're making a lot of smokes. The factory supplied hopper does not fit smoothly. It comes with a tube of super glue, but it does not line up with the inside of the factory hopper, so it does not glue well. I had to use caulk to keep it together. I was thinking that they should just make a single piece Hopper and not glue it. They do make one of those. I suggest you get that one. Look for the V2.
Also comes with a one year manufacturers warranty. The machines are tested at the factory. The test number is usually less than 10. The machines are tested at the factory. The test number is usually less than 10.
👤This the best RYO machine on the market today. I have rolled over thousands of cigarettes. It is a real time saver that the tubes are filled perfectly every time. It takes about an hour to roll 250 cigarettes with the PM3. It took me all day to roll that many with the PM2 that I had been using for years. My cost per pack is now 70 cents. Update! 26,450 cigarettes were rolled and still going strong. I received my PM3 on March 14th and will buy another one if something happens to it. The price tag is more than reasonable considering how much I save on every carton. I am getting close to 75 packs out of 2 pounds of tobacco at a cost of just over $50. There is an update! I have rolled over 42,000 perfect cigarettes since I got my PM3 and it is still going strong. The rubber that holds the tube on the fill sleeve is as good as new, and only had one minor issue with it. Over 65,000 rolled and are still going strong! The only problem I have is the rubber sleeve on the arm that holds the tube to the nipple is wearing out, hopefully someone knows where and how to get a new one. I have no complaints.
👤I have tried all the machines there and am new to the roll game. The old school slide type is one of the things I own. The pm3 takes the cake. The pm3+ makes it easier to make cigs. We're trying to save money on cigs, not making them every minute. A caveman can do it with the automated process. Just fill the Hopper with your favorite beverage, select your cig size, slide a empty tube on the nozzle, and press the start button. Ready to smoke a cig. I like to hand pack them more after the process so I can get close to a perfect cig. The automatic compression and injecting makes this much more enjoyable than a crank type machine. The pm3 fits on my McDonald's tray, but is bulky compared to the other machines. The same cleaning tools as the pm2 are used for clean up. The piece counter adds a nice touch to keep track of how many you have made. I'm not like some of the other reviewers who brag about how quickly they can make cigs, but this machine definitely cut processing time in half, and I can make 40-60 cigs in about 15 minutes, hand packing each one while watching my computer. The pm3 doesn't have the 5 stage compression setting that I hoped for, which was standard on the non-plus model. They now only have three different sizes of King, King mid and King mid. I guess? And 100s. After testing all settings on King tubes, I found that King setting rolls a lill on the loose side, King mid rolls a lill tighter, and 100s rolls the tightest. How dry or moist it is one of the things that varies on your tabacco. I usually switch back and forth on these settings while making my cigs. Your tabacco choice and prep are important. The reviews on this machine said to prepare your tabacco before using it, and I found them to be quite serious. If your tabacco is too moist, the Hopper will light up every 4-5 cigs. The machine only tempers for a set amount of times, so if it takes longer then what's programed to fill the slot for your set cig size it will turn on the Hopper light. I've found that moist and longer cut tabaccos cause thissue. I use Ohm and The Good for now, and it helps to let it dry out in the open air for about 10 minutes before making cigs. This machine doesn't pack the tabacco all the way to the filter. This something that has bothered me since I started rolling my own, and I've tried every machine possible. Hand packing after injecting is a must for me, but still not perfect. It makes cigs more enjoyable. I think most people in the RYO community just deal with it and look at the cost savings, then have your tabacco touch the filter. It's a great investment if you roll your own, it will pay for itself in no time. The pm2 is a great investment for people who are budget minded. If you're looking for less time invested over cost, the pm3+ is a must have. The pm3+ is still going strong! The counter reads 8407 cigs rolled and still counting. It has made rolling my own cigs so easy that I have saved a lot of money. Within the first month, Pm3 paid for it. I noticed that at the beginning of the year the injector started getting louder, like dry parts rubbing each other sound. It is almost like it needs a lot of cleaning. With no service access, I continue to use it. Sometimes the Hopper light will come on which is supposed to indicate you need more tabacco, but you open the door and realize you still have half full Hopper? Even with properly prepared tabacco it still does this, I found that you can shut the door and press the start button again and it will complete the cig, but it will be packed way to tight. If you keep the door open and press start, the machine will push out the injector and you can complete the cig without it being tight. This way doesn't show up on the counter so I believe I'm up to about 10k cigs rolled. In my initial review, I stated that I go back and forth on the settings while rolling. I switch the setting of my cigs to "king +" for a few puffs until I find a setting that works for me, but on occasion it rolls too loose and I have to stop. I still hand pack each individual cig even though the 100's setting is tight on king tubes. I noticed at about month 4-5 that it spits the tube off early if the tabacco is too small. I have made a change by pushing the filter towards the machine as it injects, which will help get the tabacco further in the tube, but also keep it on the nozzle. That's it for now. You just have to learn how to make your own cig, I still love this machine. If this one fails, I will buy a back up machine in the next month or two. I hope my long-winded review helps some people. Look at it this way. I used to spend about $500 a month on store bought cigs, but now spend about $60 a month on tabacco and tubes. If you ask me, it's not a brainier.
It is easy to use. The flip-top hopper is large enough to make a lot of smokes. This product is small in size, light in weight and easy to carry, so that you can make anywhere and anytime. The structure of the machine is easy to operate. A perfect gift, healthier. You can save a lot of money by making your own gifts. A perfect gift for a family member. The product is made of plastic which is not harmful to the environment. The material is transparent. Steel tubing is durable. The outlet is made of STAINLESS STEEL, which is not easy to rust, and has a long service life. The adjusted swing is ADJUSTABLE SWITCH---. The machine is able to adjust the tightness of the material.
👤The machine makes a great looking cigarette, but when you light it up, it starts smoking. When tobacco is injected into a cigarette tub, it can be twisted or screwed. The flam or cherry is on the side of the cigarette. Any problem that comes in falls off an burn. You have to light the cigarette again. I burned my pants and seat in my car. The flam or cherry that burned my pants was the same one that burned the carpet at the store. The flam or cherry can be dangerous. I think the machine needs to be improved a little. The pictures show every cigarette I made. There are cigarettes with this machine. I would like to thank the return policy for their fast response. I'm looking for a better machine. Thank you and wish me luck. cli10
👤The system is made out of plastic, it takes about a minute to rope every cigarette if you use it, and it has a battery that can be charged from a power source. The time it takes is something most smokers don't want to wait, and for my sister who I bought a fork it became more of a nuisance.
👤This is not a machine. I tried to roll a decent cigarette but couldn't. It was a bad buy. Lesson learned.
👤I gave my mom a one of these. She likes watching it because it saves her a lot of time. I have purchased 3 of them and they have been worth it.
👤I'll give it 30% because it's not very good at making cigarettes.
👤It worked well for a couple of weeks. Just stop! There is a sad reminder of what was once my hard earned money. It goes into the trash. Another mistake! I give up. I will warn family, friends and the public to whom I speak if I recommend you.
👤The idea behind the machine was good, but it ends up making poor cigarettes, because it is screw driven, and the cigarette doesn't burn good, and the adjustment screw doesn't work. This machine is useless at making cigarettes, so save yourself $20 and buy a better machine.
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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.
Steel tubing is durable. There are two integrated spacers. For a quick set up. In-line stop. It's possible to stop at pre-set depths without putting the bit to the base. The heavy-duty lectern can be installed to either side of the head. Work piece slippage is eliminated by stock hold-down with double-lock system. A quick-reaction cam lock will lock the fence in position with one movement. A quick-reaction cam lock will lock the fence in position with one movement.
👤I bought mine from Amazon. I was excited when it arrived. It was disappointing to see how hard it was to remove the protective coating. The table and fence had a rough texture. I assumed that would help hold the wood better. It was very difficult to remove the oils from the box. I finally got it because it wouldn't leave stains on wood. And started to use it. It was a pain in the behind. You cannot slide a small piece of wood over if you back the clamps off. I cleaned it so well that I ran into a problem. The table and fence started to rust. That was a big hassle. I decided to smooth the fence. Wood would slide easier if I solved my fence and table problem. After looking at some reviews online, I have determined that my machine did not go through the complete finishing process at the factory. The reviewers never mentioned working on their tables or fence, only that they should use some steel wool or light emery cloth to clean them up. The pictures are here. There are some milling marks on the fence but not the base. It was obvious that mine was rough to the touch. It took a lot of work to get a smooth surface. I wanted it over the Delta. I think I should have sent it back. I'm still thinking about smoothing out the table and fence. Will take more time with the discs. Or even a machine. When I use the cutter, it does well. I bought a bad tool and still have that feeling when I think of using it. After 10 years of light use. It's still working. It is hard to clean. It would take a lot of work to get access to those spots. I live in the NE and only heat when I am in the shop working with propane and wood stove.
👤Powermatic is known for their quality machines. I don't expect to see the head wobbling as I bring it down to the wood, the clamp wobbling as I move it forward or backward, and the wood sliding out from under the clamp. I have yet to make a decent mortise with this thing, because of the wobbling, I end up with mortises that gradually tilt to the left in steps. No matter what I do to keep it in line, there are too many variables in the shifting and moving around, and those variables have variables, so no shift or wobble or movement is the same as another. It's not possible to callibrate for that. The fence is at an angle to the table, which makes a huge difference. It's not adjusted by me. The wood slips out when I move the fence backwards and forward because the clamp cannot be tightened anymore. I'm really disappointed that I have to work at the mortises with a chisel after trying to save them, or repeat my passes up and down the mortise and then change my plans for the size of the tenons. It does cut well, but to be of real use it has to cut straight. I don't know what to do with the iron that's back to the router.
The Powermatic 2 Plus Bundle is a bundle. Cigarette tube 100mm, Rolling tray 100mm, and a cigarette case 100mm. You need all the items to start rolling.
👤The price caught my attention. I've been using a small manual powermatic for years. It has been seen better days. I figured I'd give powermatic2 a try because it's the same brand. The cherry does not fall off and the cigarettes come out perfectly. I was on my way after a couple attempts. Three packs were rolled in a matter of seconds. I read reviews on everything I buy. I saw some negatives. My opinion is just that. There is always a chance that there may be a few duds with the amount of product manufactured. The tobacco at the bottom of the bag can jam the machine. This would happen with my previous machine. I mix a new bag of tobacco with the fine tobacco that I already have and it solved the problem that came with the box of cigarette tubes and three hard pack cases.
👤I have been doing it manually for a while. It was too lazy to really get better, but it was a huge drag to make one pack. One or more cigarettes can happen. After the 5th or so cigarette, they were really good, I picked up on it. I made 3 packs in no time. I could have made a whole carton. I will now use this! So much! I spent a long time getting money to buy it, but now I can save money. I got my cigarette containers and tubes. It's awesome! Ty!
👤The Powermatic II we were using lasted 16 months, so we got 4 stars. I was able to tear down the old one and get the new one to work, but found the problem was caused by tobacco dust. The 2 switches are non-mechanical, so that's a plus, but the dust still builds up. It seems that the excess wear to the slide for the spoon that injects the tobacco and the tobacco dust on the rail caused everything to jam up. The new motor should help overcome resistance. It seems well engineered, and there's no way AFAIK can stop the tobacco dust from entering the machine.
👤It's a breeze once you get used to how much product is in the machine. It takes time to make them some days. The price was $2.50 per pack. Light tobacco tastes better without the chemicals. I like smoking. Not the smell mind you. It's similar to coffee, a drink, and many other things.
👤Awesome! I have used many different rollers in the past 4 years, but this one is the best. This is the best cigarette roller I have ever used. It works great on short and long cigarettes. I can roll 2 packs in under 5 minutes. I am very happy with this machine.
👤Great product. I have not had any issues. Excellent quality machine and easy to use. I was new to making my own cigarettes and had never used any other machines. This one has been great for me. It was easy to learn how to operate and has been working well for a couple months now.
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