- Honeypuff Pollen Press of stainless steel€19.50Incl. VAT
- Pollen Press Aluwas €12.90 Special Price €9.90Incl. VAT
- Heisenberg Pollen Press Super - with two levers€23.90Incl. VAT
- Heisenberg Pollen Press Alu Blue€39.90Incl. VAT
- Heisenberg Pollen Press Alu Red€39.90Incl. VAT
- Heisenberg Pollen Press Alu Black€39.90Incl. VAT
- Heisenberg Poll Press Medium€69.90Incl. VAT
The best pollen press at Heisenberg
Here you will find the pollen press that best meets your needs. We offer various presses made of aluminium or stainless steel with 1 to 4 press cylinders as compact hand presses for your pocket or as heavy-duty T-presses with one or two handles.
Why you need a pollen press
The term pollen press is somewhat misleading, because you don't need this tool for flower pollen, but actually for the further processing of kief - a powdery substance extracted from the trichomes of cannabis buds to make hash coins. Under pressure, this is compressed into hashish in the form of small discs called pellets or pieces. That is why these tools are also called hash presses or piecemakers.
Making Pieces with a T-Press
Among the most popular pollen presses that are used manually are T-presses, which have a T-shaped handle. Once you have obtained enough material with the help of a pollinator, you fill it into the T-press and, depending on the filling quantity, insert the press cylinder(s) as required. Then close the pollen press. Now screw it together as tightly as you can. Do not use any tools to avoid damaging the pollen press. Easy does it. Leave the material in the press for about 8 hours and screw it down once every 60 minutes to achieve the best results. Then you can unscrew the press and remove the piece.
What the pressing of Pieces is good for
Hash coins made with a pollen press are a good way to use the kief optimally. On the one hand, you don't lose any material and, if stored correctly, the pieces can last for months without losing their effect.
Clean the pollen press super easy
Never forget to take care of your tools! Regular cleaning is necessary to prevent the press from jamming, to keep the threads running smoothly, to keep the flavours of the kief authentic - and most importantly, it's more hygienic. Simply use a damp cloth for basic cleaning and rubbing alcohol to remove stubborn residues.