Ignite your grinding experience with our Hyper Muzz Electric Weed Grinder, the ultimate gadget for stoners who crave efficiency with a spark of style. This electrifying grinder boasts a spacious 36g capacity, ready to tackle the largest of nugs in a flash.
Featuring high-quality stainless steel blades housed within a sleek stainless steel inner chamber, this grinder promises a consistent, fine grind with every use. The design is as smart as it is sharp: a see-through lid lets you keep an eye on your herb as it gets pulverized to perfection.
Simple to use, with a one-touch operation system, this grinder turns a tedious task into a quick, effortless process. It’s the perfect companion for any smoke session, ensuring you spend less time prepping and more time enjoying.
Safety is as crucial to us as it is to you, so rest assured knowing the Hyper Muzz is not only striking in appearance but also tested and certified against Australian electrical safety standards.
Don't let the manual grind kill your buzz. With the hyper Muzz, you get not just a powerhouse of efficiency but also a jolt of style to your grinding ritual. Perfect for those who want to keep their sessions charged up and their herb finely milled. Spark up your next smoke with the unmatched power of the Hyper Muzz.
Gatorbeug is based in Australia. We ship daily excluding weekends. Order before 12pm AEDT to ensure your order goes out with the post that same day.
Express shipping: Usually arrives within 2-3 business days.
Standard shipping: Delivery time takes between 5 - 7 business days excl. remote areas.
Note: These timeframes are estimates, and not guaranteed. Refunds for shipping costs are not provided in case of delays by third-party carriers such as Auspost.
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