Joints, blunts, cones, whichever your preference, rolling can be a little messy. A little bit of cannabis will always fall over regardless of how much an expert roller you are. A rolling tray helps catch the debris, which could grow into a significant quantity over time. Rolling trays are the easiest and most efficient, way to save your weed without doing anything. Just roll your weed over the tray and conserve the leftovers.

Rolling trays

A flat surface is probably the most significant feature of a good rolling tray and is instrumental in creating a convenient space. The size of a tray is completely preference and depends on the quantity of weed you’re likely to make into a joint. If you’re just going to keep the tray at home, then It would help to have a bigger tray which can hold peripheral accessories like grinders, filters, etc. However, if you’re someone who travels, then your rolling tray takes on a different approach. Look for a good travel stash case that you can also roll on when it’s opened up, like an Otterbox Drybox.

As for the style of the tray, that totally depends on your taste. You can go for something totally inconspicuous like a stainless steel tray, a stylized Rastafarian designed tray, or one of our leather Primo trays. At the end of the day, you can roll your joint on any flat surface, for instance, a table or a book. But a rolling tray helps you keep everything organized with an exclusive space to safeguard your joint.

Stash Boxes

In contrast to rolling trays, stash boxes are helpful in keeping all your cannabis related items safe and secure rather than just the cannabis itself. Anybody who frequently rolls up a joint would attest that there’s an art to it, and it involves more than just licking and tucking the paper. While you can keep bigger items like bong, chillums, vapes, and pipes on display or in the attic, smaller accessories like grinders, lighters, etc. are messy and dank. Preserve these things away from the outside world.

What’s in it?

• Weed flowers
• Rolling papers
• Lighter
• Grinder
• Poker
• Concentrates
• Dab tool
• Vaporizer

Things to consider:

• Eye drops
• Humidity and odor control
• Black pepper
• Ashtray
• Topicals
• Edibles

If you’re smoking every day or occasionally, it doesn’t matter, get yourself a rolling tray. Even if you don’t know how to roll joints, trays are very helpful in keeping all your weed in one place. And if you want to learn how to roll a killer joint, this article has all the tips to roll like a pro: