What does one need when they’re trying to shake up an outdated industry? Regardless of the industry, having an MIT grad on the case can’t hurt. MIT-educated software developer and entrepreneur, Michael O’Malley, had been cutting his rolling papers to have a curved edge for years. Now, O’Malley’s uniquely curved rolling papers are available for everyone - no scissors required!
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ROLLING PAPERS PER PACK:
50 papers per pack
We’ve all been there. You start to roll your freshly ground bud onto the rolling paper and as you begin, the corners begin to tuck in and the precious weed starts to fall out. Thanks to Curved Papers, you may not have to worry about that issue anymore. If you are a beginner to joint rolling, Curved Papers are great for you to perfect the rolling process due to the simple design of a gummed strip along the top with a small curved arc along the bottom. If you are an expert joint roller, this will just expedite the process of a perfectly cone shaped J due to the lack of harsh edges.
Most times that a joint canoes, it’s because of the air pocket created by the rolling paper’s crease. With Curved, you don’t need to worry about that. The papers stay crease-free thanks to a unique packaging not seen with other papers.
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Shaped in a curve, the packaging itself is a flip style pocket where the papers don’t come out tissue box style like most rolling paper packages. Instead of interlocking the papers, they’re stacked nicely so you can just grab the rolling paper on top. My only complaint is that should you open the pack too quickly, you run the risk of all the rolling papers falling to the floor.
PRICE & WHERE TO BUY:
$2 per pack of regulars, $2.40 per pack of king-sized. Curved Papers are currently available through the Curved Papers e-store, as well as on Amazon.
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