It is illegal to sell tobacco products to a person under 18 and it is illegal to purchase a tobacco product for use by a person under 18

Electric Tobacco Herb Spice Muller Grinder Chopper Hand Held Portable Quickly


17 in stock


Small / compact / portable / quiet

Transparent colour to see herb consistancy

Takes AA Batteries (not included)

Obtain desired textures

Fast, convenient, easy to use Less wastage, no mess

Material: Plastic

Colours available are Black, Gold, Silver and Blue

Colour will be sent at random

How to use: 1. De-stem the herb and break up into smaller parts

2.Place parts into clear container, ensuring that you dont fill more than 30% of the container

3. Screw the container onto the body of the machine ensuring it is locked in securely

4. Switch the machine on and slowly move in an upright position and shake

5. Continue action untill desired texture has been achieved


Do not disassemble the chopping blade

Sharp blades may cause severe injury.

Never operate the chopper without the clear cover securely fastened

Clean chopping blade with a cloth and methylated spirits to prevent rusting

Remove batteries before cleaning to prevent possible injury

Keep out of reach of children

You are getting one Grinder


Using tobacco products has been linked to a variety of illnesses, including:

  • lung cancer
  • throat cancer
  • pancreatic cancer
  • stomach cancer
  • kidney and bladder cancers
  • acute chest illnesses and diseases
  • chronic chest illnesses and diseases
  • lung illnesses and diseases
  • stomach ulcers.

Women who use tobacco products during pregnancy expose their children to the risk of serious respiratory illnesses. Non-users, particularly children, can also suffer serious illness if they are exposed to second-hand smoke. Children exposed to second-hand smoke also have an increased risk of these illnesses, including:

  • reduced lung function, especially for infants
  • an increase in lower respiratory tract infections during infancy
  • impaired lung growth
  • the risk of developing more serious respiratory diseases in later life.