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Weight: 1.75 Ounces
Space Case Pollen Press
  • Price: $29.99
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The Space Case pollen press is composed of five pieces.  The pollen press is 1" wide and 2.5" tall, and comes with two Teflon coated plastic dowels in addition to the caps and main body of the press.  The metal peices are made from aerospace grade aluminum, making them lightweight and durable.  Polished to a shine and complete with a grip on the caps so they're easy to screw on and compress with.

The Space Case pollen press is precision machined, so the pieces fit together perfectly and turn smoothly.  Collect the pollen from the bottom of your Space Case four piece grinder, and put it in your pollen press after taking out one of the dowels.  Replace the dowel and put the cap back on.  Screw the pollen press together as tightly as you can.  Reapply pressure every two hours for best results.  Compress the product for a minimum of eight hours for best results.

The Teflon coating on the dowel will keep the pollen from sticking.  Due to high quality of the materials used to make Space Case brand tools, this pollen press will last and create consistently good results.

  • Dimensions: 1" wide, 2.5" tall
  • Precision machined from high quality aerospace grade aluminum
  • Backed by a manufacturer lifetime warranty

 


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  1. You can stop looking for a pollen press now 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Jan 2016

    Buy this one. It's superbly constructed, does exactly what it's supposed to do, and will outlast YOU.


  2. Very nice press 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Feb 2015

    I have had this for about 2-3 weeks now and am very pleased with its performance, The press cylinders fit with very little clearance on the sides which makes pressing alot easier as the product doesn't get between the press and the outer case. I have found that freezing the press makes removal of the product easier.


  3. Great Product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Nov 2014

    Works great! and fast shipping


  4. Great looking product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Aug 2014

    I must admit, I have yet to press anything with this presser. Not at any fault of the presser. Rather the fact that I don't go trough enough product ;)

    I do want to note that the first item i recieved was faulty as one of the plugs where stuck. Support promptly got back to me and shipped a new item the same day I filed my complaint.

    The new item is ofcourse flawless. Big kudos for the customer service.


  5. works great! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Jun 2014

    I love it! just load it up crank it down a couple times and leave it overnight and it makes a little coin


  6. Works Perfect 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Jul 2013

    Filled my 4 piece space case grinder to the brim with "pollen". Then proceeded to purchase this grinder and it works perfectly. Loaded it up, packed it down, loaded it up again, then twisted it shut and cranked it down as much as I could. Second later I had perfect .8 discs of pressed "pollen". You can guess what I did with it.


  7. Awesome Press 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Jun 2012

    First Impression:

    Looks very well made, feels very sturdy. The threads fasten tightly, and smoothly and there is minimal space between the inner rod, and the casing, it looks very promising. It didnt come with instructions, however the site said to just put my pollen inside, tighten it up and leave it in the freezer overnight. So thats what I am going to do.

    After use:

    I'm very impressed! I put about 0.3 grams of pollen into the pollen press, and compressed it with the end cap firmly, but left a little bit of room inside for the pollen to form a disc. I took it out this morning, about 12+ hours later. I took the end caps off, and set the press onto my desk. Holding it by the silver outer casing, I pressed down firmly until it banged on the desk, and the bolts moved freely. I carefully pushed the bolts the rest of the way through with the handle of a sucker, to find two bolts, firmly attached together by a beautiful disc of compressed pollen. I was able to cleanly snap off one bolt, the other I used an exacto knife to cleanly cut it free. What I am left with is a small, hard disc of pollen. I can handle it with barely any pollen breaking free, the smell isn't as strong, but I imagine that is due to the pollen being somewhat frozen still. All in all, very pleased! :)