How to load your Twisty Glass Blunt

The surprising thing about my invention, the Twisty Glass Blunt, is that the obvious way to load the Twisty is the wrong way.  Or the inefficient way, anyways.  The immediate thought is to reverse the twisting direction and suck up the herbs against gravity.  Don't get me wrong, this method works.  The problem is that it is laborious.  The space for the cherry doesn’t make things any easier, as you’re then required to have a constant mound of herbs to reach the screw. 

This upward twisting action is the method I used to load my first few tubes of ground up Sativa bud.  As I played with my 3D-printed Twisty prototypes though, I became impatient and wanted a faster way to load.  The exact time and date of the Aha! moment has been lost to the cobwebs of my memory, but when it happened, it was a huge step forward for future Twisty lovers everywhere.  I will spare you the details, because you can see our detailed loading instructions , but suffice it to say that ‘pulling out’ is involved. 



  • Kblunt

    Just got my original today. while loading the glass tub the product in the tube got “ground to dust”…… as I attempted to fill thetube.assuming I am doingsomething wrong….turned it “backwards” and all….out to gi e a half filled tubealight!!

  • Laura

    I love my glass blunt! Alas, the glass tube hit the ceramic tile floor and is now in little pieces. Where can I get a replacement? BTW, thanks for the fill lesson!

  • Elizabeth Johnson

    The link for “detailed instructions” for loading the twisty glass blunt is broken. Please message.

  • Karen4:20

    Just received my two today I’m excited to try them but before I do I’m going to the hardware store to get more e o rings for replacements.

  • Trish MacKay

    I bought my Twisty Blunt from Hemper. It came with a cleaning brush and an extra ring. There’s no way it could’ve gotten broken , it was packaged in the original box in styrofoam. I am so impressed with that website, just no instructions on how to use it. Looks very easy to use and fun! Thanks Hemper!!

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