How to Use
- Remove the top and put your herb in the grinding chamber.
- Replace the top and twist it back and forth to grind down the herb.
- The herb has been fully ground once the motion decreases in resistance.
- Press the button to dispense the ground herb into the receptacle of your choosing.
- While holding the device upside down, unscrew the dispensing tip, place your herb in the grinding chamber, and replace the dispensing tip.
- Press the power button three times to turn on the device.
- Keep the grinder upside down, or sideways, and press the power button intermittently or hold it down to grind the herb to the consistency you desire.
- Once you are finished, turn the grinder right side up, slide the magnetic door open, and pour the ground herb into the receptacle of your choice.
- Remove the body—which consists of the battery and motor—from the rest of the device.
- Attach the replacement grinder blade to the inside of the top cap.
- Attach the cap + grinder to the top of the storage case.
- Remove the magnetic dispenser tip, put your herb into the storage case, and reattach the dispenser tip.
- Twist the handle on the lid of the cap until the herb is ground down to the consistency you want.
- Open the sliding magnetic door, and pour your herb into a receptacle of your choosing.
The Easy Grinder lives up to its name as its the easier grinder to use, at least in electric mode, which is how most people are going to use it. You do have to hold it sideways or upside down as it grinds because the blades don’t reach the bottom of the grinding chamber. It’s not particularly inconvenient, but it is a little counterintuitive at first.
In manual mode, the PenSimple is a little easier to use than the Easy Grinder because it has a slightly wider grip. Of course, this is offset by the fact that the PenSimple only has a manual mode, while the manual mode of the Easy Grinder is just an alternative or secondary mode.