Using a twisty glass blunt can be an enjoyable experience, but most have questions about its use. We’ll answer the most common questions here. If you have other questions, please feel free to send us a message, or ask them at the comment section.
Loading your twisty glass blunt is simple. Just grind your herb and plug the end of the glass chamber with the silicone cap. Scoop your herb while twisting the tube around to distribute the greens evenly. Tamp it slightly with the screw and rotate it counter-clockwise until it locks.
Cleaning the glass blunt is easy. You can use blunt wipes to wipe away the resin from the screw and the chamber. There’s an included micro-brush when you order a 7pipe Twisty Glass Blunt Kit that you could use to clean the holes of the mouthpiece. If you don’t have them, add isopropyl alcohol to your wet wipes to clean your blunt.
Soak the mouthpiece in alcohol for a few minutes or hours to remove the blockage. Scrub the holes with alcohol-soaked micro-pipe cleaners as well. You can prevent this from happening by regularly cleaning your glass blunt when you’re done with it for the day.
The screw provides a system that divides the blunt into several chambers that allows it to cool down the smoke before it reaches the mouthpiece. You can also control the amount of herb that you can consume.
That depends on the size of your glass blunt. Your Twisty can hold between 0.5g of herb up to 4 grams of greens. If you want to go all out, there is a Super Twisty that can carry 57 grams or 2 ounces of herbs.
The twisty glass blunt is designed for safe and efficient smoking. No need to worry about nicotine-laced cigarette paper or tobacco. The chamber is made up of high-grade borosilicate glass that can withstand thermal expansion when you have a long and enjoyable session. What’s more, an authentic 7pipe Twisty Glass Blunt use lead-free brass coated with thick titanium coating for its screw. You can use it for long periods without fear of getting lead in your system.
You can use it to store grind up herbs, yes, but only for a short period of time. Keeping the ground herb inside a twisty glass blunt for prolonged periods like days or weeks will cause the resin to pile up and stick to the screw. The silicone caps, although efficient as they come, also do not provide the right amount of air seal to keep your herbs. Your herb will get dry, and the resulting smoke is going to be harsh and stale.
Check if you’ve packed your twisty glass blunt correctly. A too tight pack can kill a good cherry from the get-go. Air needs to flow inside the chamber, and a tight pack will block the air path. You also need to ash your twisty blunt so that fresh greens will continue to feed the cherry at the opening.
The auger screw helps you move the herb inside the glass blunt. Twisting it counter-clockwise moves the herb inside the glass chamber. Moving it clockwise pushes your herb forward to help you eliminate the ash, or unload it in case you need to re-pack.