Nuggy Cannabis Multi-Tool Review

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Written by Cara Wietstock

The Nuggy is a tool that every cannabis consumer could use. It doesn’t matter if you love to dab, prefer to rip cured flowers from the bong, or solely roll joints; a Nuggy can help. The Nuggy is a teardrop shaped multi-tool designed and manufactured by NugTools, LLC.

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At First Glance

With eight spring locked tools and a LED flashlight with 8-hours of battery life, this tool makes the list of cannabis must haves. Let’s talk aesthetics. The Nuggy arrives in a high-quality green box reminiscent of a box that would carry fine jewelry. Inside the Nuggy-green box is the tool, shaped like a teardrop but a bit over an inch tall. Each side is adorned with a silver ‘N’ brand. The tool itself has some weight to it, but nothing unmanageable. Similarly, the tools don’t come out very easily but this is what we want from a multi-tool. At first glance, the Nuggy proves to be a quality product built to high standards.


Using The Multi-Tool

The Nuggy works best when we used our nail to pull out the tools. So far we’ve used almost all of them naturally. The most used tools have been the poker, the roach clip, the tamp, and the hash spoon. But each tool on this little wonder is worthwhile, we just haven’t had the right forms of cannabis yet. Something that is visionary about the Nuggy is that they don’t discriminate. The cannabis multi-tool caters to the lovers of flower and wax simultaneously. Each stainless steel tool is also easy to clean using isopropyl alcohol.

The Nuggy and the UV flashlight Nuggy are both available for sale on the NugTools, LLC website. A feature on this cannabis multi-tool is also inside of the latest issue of Terpenes and Testing magazine, available digitally or in print through subscription.

About the author

Cara Wietstock

Cara began working in the retail cannabis industry of San Francisco, CA in 2011 and continued in that sector for years. In 2015 she dedicated herself to writing full-time. Her passion for the written word and deep respect for the healing properties of the plant have brought her to Terpenes and Testing magazine. She now helps keep us on the cutting edge of scientific cannabis discovery as the Editor-in-Chief of the print publication.

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