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This is a very clever invention, and a portable one too!
The tool part is long and narrows toward the top. You simply place your paper around the tool and it will fit snugly around the shape, moulding your paper into the perfect joint shape!
To make that benefit just that little bit more special, the Rolling Cone Tool also doubles as a keyring, meaning you can carry it around with your keys.
Size: 11cm long
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Works well with papers up to king sized (110mm). Wrap your cone around, and put in the piece of cardboard at the bottom, and fill up, and use this tool to pack the cone (tightly) that you just made.
I find that I need to make double cones, and tighten up two cones till they bind together using this keyring. When you pull it off, and it comes off as one, rather than two, that is perfect.
Single papers just didn't hold up well to the weight of a cone, but since I have started using two papers, I have had excellent results.
A cone made with this does not fit into the solid steel bamboo shaped rollie holder, assuming you are using 110mm papers. This is more of a fault of the bamboo rollie holder.
Made of anodised aluminium.
Works great for making cones, every time.
Also, as others have noted, using it for a tamper, to make a nice tight, well packed, amazingly perfect stick of spliff works really well.
More compact than any other rolling machine I have seen. Put a piece of cardboard or a filter at the tighter end, and fill and tamp to the top.
Perfect happiness, every time.
Also works well with multiple papers, for making a more durable stick of spliff.
Designed for up to 110mm papers.
I don't know why you would want to use smaller papers with it, but you could.