- Ju1ceBox Handheld Press
- 110/220volt compatible (worldwide)
- 1" x 1.5" plates (ideal for .3-2g)
Following are some of the essential pointers we would like to share with our customers regarding the functioning of our product:
- - Fire in = Fire out.Sorce fresh pungent material with 62% relative humidity to achieve 20%+ yields.
- - We recommend pressing your flower into a small puck with your finger or pre-press and only press it one time. Apply the maximum hand pressure possible without strain.
- - Shake, kief, and hash- we recommend using our stainless-steel pre-press to make a puck and or using our micron rosin bags.
- -Large press of 1-2 grams – We recommend using our stainless-steel pre-press and pre-pressing your material into a puck.
- -Leftovers or chips- Save the left-over chips and use them with our edible recipes.
Ju1cebox Rosin Press
Though relatively new, rosin is quickly becoming one of the most popular extracts on the market today. This sticky, translucent product packs all the benefits of other extracts like live resin but has the added benefits that no solvents are used to create it. The absence of solvents makes rosin appealing to many users who are looking for a cleaner product that isn’t exposed to chemicals. As an added benefit, it can be made at home and doesn’t take near the amount of time to make that solvent-based product require.
Because rosin is made using just heat and pressure, it retains the majority of the original flower’s flavor and potency. This is part of what makes this and similar products so appealing to many users.
Once extracted, rosin has a yellow color and can be consumed as a dab. When made correctly, this product generally resembles shatter, making it easy to handle and place on your nail.
Making Rosin at Home
Because rosin is not made using solvents (which can be dangerous to work with if you are not trained), some people may decide to make their own rosin at home. But before you can start pressing your product, there is one important piece of equipment you will need to buy: extraction equipment. You can’t make quality rosin without a quality press.
To make rosin, you’ll need something with two heated plates that you can press together. This force, combined with the heat, will cause the plant to excrete rosin.
Though there are plenty of DIY press options out there, to get a quality product, you need to be able to maintain control over the plates’ heat; this is critical to protecting the plant’s terpene profile. You also must have enough force to extract the product. Many homemade pressing options don’t give you enough control to make a quality product and produce less yield than a professional press would.
In fact, homemade presses, such as hair straighteners, only have yields of about five percent to 10 percent. When you use an actual press, however, you can expect yields up to 30 percent. This higher yield makes investing in a quality press worth it for at-home rosin makers.
If you are ready to purchase a quality press, consider one like the Ju1cebox Rosin Press. Featuring heating plates that are one inch by one and a half inches, this hand-held press gives you the control you need to create quality rosin at home without the massive equipment or large amounts of time required to make other extracts.
Beyond the Press
To make rosin, you’ll need more than just the rosin press: You’ll also need various accessories such as bags and parchment paper. These will allow you to create and, importantly, store a quality product.
When you buy the Ju1cebox Rosin Press, you can easily select the additional products you need to create your product at home.
If you have any questions about our hand-held rosin press, please don’t hesitate to contact us.