With this Cone artist rolling helper building your joint tubes will become really easy. This handy tool consists of two parts; a stick, the actual rolling helper, with an aperture for filters and filtertips and a herbs reservoir with a swing lid. During the usage just swing the lid aside instead of trying to remove it completely, because it might break then.
Total length (incl. reservoir): ca. 12,5cm
Length (stick): ca. 7,7cm
Depth (aperture for filtertips): ca. 0.7cm
Height (reservoir): ca. 5,5cm
Max. length/width: ca. 3 x 2cm
To see how the Cone artist is used, watch the short video documentation or read the following directions.
Directions (see fig.5):
With the orange colored stick you will build the actual cone; just stick your filter or rolled filtertip in the aperture of the stick. The you take your paper and twist it around the stick. Moist the ends of the paper and glue it together. When you remove the stick, take the herbs reservoir.
Swing the lid aside and fill it with tobacco and/or herbs. Pull the cone over the reservoirs outlet and push the herbs into the cone with the help of the stick. After you removed the reservoir, you can cram the herbs with the broad edge of the stick, if you like. Now the only thing left to do is to close the cone with a quick spin and done!