The Knockbox is a Dutch-made machine that is the future of joint mass production. For around $3,500 you can produce 100 perfectly filled pre-rolled joints in record time and still have a hand free to eat your fruit loops.
Where Do They Make The Knockbox?
This question is important as the quality of weed merchandise often depends on where it was made. Fear not. The Futurola Knockbox is produced and headquartered in Amsterdam. It’s very popular within Dutch coffee, smoke and grocery shops.
How Does The Knockbox Work?
Insert 100 pre-rolled cones, hit the switch and the machine will then vibrate just enough to drop the weed into the cones.
The Futurola Knockbox uses bits of weed that are normally very difficult to get into the joint while hand rolling because of the size.
With this machine, that is not a problem. The slight vibrations help all of the bud fall into the joint. This makes producing them more efficient and much faster.
Is It In The US?
Gary Sanchez, the store’s manager and roller-in-chief called the Knockbox “revolutionary.”
Sanchez is also in charge of quality control and has the responsibility of trying a few to maintain quality control.
With 5,000 joints targeted to sell within the first 48 hours of legalization, the Knockbox is a must have for Acres Cannabis. They will sell their joints at $5-$10 which will quickly cover the cost of producing them.
This cannabis upgrade is one large step for cannabis technology and one giant leap for cannabis culture. As technology grows and smoking becomes more accessible, cannabis tech will continue to gain ground. The question is, can anything beat this?