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100% Stainless Steel Pollen Press

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$54.99 $49.00

Maximize Your Results With a Pollen Press

Forming your starting material before pressing into Rosin can be advantageous and rewarding. There are several benefits to forming your material:

  • Keep your Rosin clean by minimizing the amount of loose material from running with the oil.
  • Increased yield potential.
  • Consistent starting forms allow for easier repetition of desirable results.

Additional Pollen Press Information

  • 100% Stainless Steel
  • 3.5” tall (closed)
  • OD: 0.98”
  • ID: 0.77”
  • Weight: 0.45Lbs

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Description

MyPress Solventless T-Handle Pollen Press is made of 100% Stainless Steel. We have re-enforced all threaded areas to eliminate fatigue and stripping. Our polished finish avoids flaking of the chamber wall that can been seen on similar aluminum designed pollen presses.

Manufacturer Recommendations:

  • Do not grind your starting material.
  • Loosely load the chamber until full, or weigh 1 to 1.50 gram(s) of flower.
  • Formed puck should be the same height or taller than the spacer insert (0.32”). Your Rosin Press will apply the pressure needed to do the rest.
  • For best results, this product should be used in addition to the My Solventless Rosin Press

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Additional information

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 4 × 1 in

Pollen Presses FAQ

Why use a pollen press?

A pollen press makes your life easier. When you pre-puck your flower using a pollen press, it makes the process of collection after extracting rosin much easier. A pollen press will pre-form your starting materials into a puck before you press your rosin; this helps maintain consistency throughout your starting materials for increased repetition of results and smoother overall production with the best possible yield. Those who are at-home rosin connoisseurs will note the importance of having the proper tools for the job. A pollen press will help provide you with maximum results with minimal effort.

> Learn more here.

What does a pollen press do?

A pollen press tool is used to press trichomes into a solid mass, or kief. Pressing helps preserve the potency of the kief. This is especially helpful if you are planning to store the kief for a while. It is also helpful because compressed kief takes up less storage space.

> Learn more here.

How does a pollen press work?

The MyPress Solventless stainless steel pollen press is easy to use.

  1. Simply start by weighing your material on a digital scale—preferably one that measures to the tenths place value, at a minimum, to ensure you produce repeatable, high-quality extracts every time. Use one to one and a half grams per press for optimal results.
  2. Next, you will open the press cylinder by unscrewing the end cap that contains the T-handle.
  3. Load the material into the chamber. Do not grind the flower ahead of time as this may reduce your yield. Just put your product directly into the T-press.
  4. Reattach the T-handle end cap by screwing it back in place
  5. Gently twist the T-handle clockwise to compress your material. Twist until you reach a natural, satisfying stopping point. In this step you are only attempting to form your material for consistency; you are not trying to pack it as tightly as possible.
  6. Finally, remove the puck of newly formed material by unscrewing and removing the bottom end cap. Continue to twist the T-handle clockwise until the formed puck is pushed clear of the cylinder and can be easily removed in one piece.

> Learn more by watching our video here.  

How to clean a pollen press?

The pollen press is easy to clean. If you find that buildup occurs over time, simply put the press in the freezer for an hour to harden any built-up material. Then, use a small brush (like a toothbrush) to knock any excess particles loose. For stubborn cases, you can soak your pollen press in Isopropyl rubbing alcohol for 15 minutes. This is strong enough to break down any stubborn pieces. Then, use a cotton swab to clean it out; rinse the press and then let it air dry.

How much kief for a pollen press?

Our pollen press is designed to hold one gram of starting material. You can use up to one and a half grams per press.

Is pollen press worth it?

For pressing rosin, YES! A pollen press for rosin helps you get the maximum value out of your flowers. You will achieve consistent results every time, and your kief will last longer when stored, helping you save money in the long run.

What is the best pollen press?

Ours! MyPress Solventless stainless steel pollen press is made of 100% stainless steel components so it will not rust. The MyPress is meant to last, unlike many others on the market that are made from aluminum.

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3 reviews for 100% Stainless Steel Pollen Press

  1. Cleo

    Sturdy. Shipped fast and the person who answered the phone didn’t try to upsell me.

  2. Walter K.

    I’ve been buying the aluminum versions of these from shops for years. I always expect them to break after a month so I typically purchase two or three at a time, just in case. I got one of these with my Deluxe and wasn’t sure I really wanted any more. But the second I pulled it out of my box, I noticed right away how sturdy this one felt, compared to the others I’ve used.

    I immediately ordered another, but this one is going to friend! I’m glad to see that someone out there is making products that are actually designed to last and not just made to fall apart so they can get another sale.

  3. Sam

    I got one fo these with my deluxe kit. I could tell the second i had it in my hand that this was waay differenrt than others i’d seen in stores. For one, you can tell by the weight that this little thing means business. I just fill the little barrel, put it together, and crank it down gently and it makes the best little pucks. If you don’t have one and want consistency in your presses, make sre you pick one of these bad boys up!

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