Automatic Cigarette Rolling Machine = £1.69 Delivered - pricedropuk-2012@Ebay
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Automatic Cigarette Rolling Machine = £1.69 Delivered - pricedropuk-2012@Ebay

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Found 29th Aug 2013
Not for everyone, I know, and I'm sure the anti-smokers out there will vote this cold. But I remember using one of these when I was a child, to roll "fags" for my old Granddad. It kept me entertained for hours on end. Anyway, here are the details from the website:-

Great For Rolling Your Tobacco, Always Get A Perfectly Rolled Cigarette

Keep Your Tobacco, Filters, Paper All In One Place - Will Even Fit A Small Lighter

Have Your Cigarette Ready In Seconds

Two Step Function

Easy When You Get The Hang Of It

12 Comments

Cheaper in Poundworld.

Guan

Cheaper in Poundworld.


how much cheaper?


Crap like that is so irritating...
Cheaper if you happen to have a Poundworld on your doorstep. Nearest store to me is 4 miles away, and as I have no reason to even head it that direction I'd rather pay the extra 69p and have it delivered to my door.


Guan

Cheaper in Poundworld.

Guan

Cheaper in Poundworld.


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Edited by: "jukkie" 29th Aug 2013

jukkie


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jukkie

Crap like that is so irritating...Cheaper if you happen to have a … Crap like that is so irritating...Cheaper if you happen to have a Poundworld on your doorstep. Nearest store to me is 4 miles away, and as I have no reason to even head it that direction I'd rather pay the extra 69p and have it delivered to my door.


Keep your nickers on, didn't say it wasn't a good deal to have it delivered for just 69p! Though I'm sure it maybe of use to anyone like myself that passes a store on the way to work.
Poundworld also do BullBrand ones which use a better plasticy rolling material than these unbranded ones. Tends to go brittle and fall apart fairly quickly. Prefer the ZigZag machines but they're around £2.50 each from the market.

dataload

how much cheaper?



Just a stab in the dark. Could it be 69p cheaper?

This is still a good deal btw OP. heat added. Could use one of these, since after 37 years of smoking I still can't roll myself a cigarette worth a sh*t. It really is comical to watch. Had one of these gizmos many years ago and they make it such a piece of pi$$ to do your own, it 's well worth the small investment.

I watched an old dear using one of these the other day, and I was impressed, she must have made a full pack of cigs worth in 10 mins, open lid (revealing supplies inside) got filter from a plastic tube, baky (not sure on brand was in a leather pouch - no, it wasn't 'wacky') bit of a press down, then a green skin (so not really a 'blunt' roller anyway, not long enough) one lick, tuck dry end of paper down back (made sure level and well tucked in), closed lid, out pops fully formed cancer stick, magic!

Original Poster

Well...... seems okay if you have a Poundworld nearby, which sadly (I think), I don't. Anyway, I am feeling a chill from other Op's...... However, I posted this at stupid o'clock this morning and the Ebay listing had sold 27 of them, I look now, approximately 4.5 hours later, and it's sold 31 of them. So at least 4 people found the posting worth while.....:)

I used one of these for my grandad also. He taught me how to roll a '5 strand stretch' which was for when he was low on baccy and needed to make a few more fags which were a lot thinner. I can still make them but I don't smoke lol. Well worth the money if you can't roll your own properly

One quick glance at the -ve feedback comments suggests that this device is not even worth the time taken to view the listing - quality wise.

Cold.

Back in the sixties when the county jails out west provided inmates with Bull Durham tobacco (to prevent unrest) one was expected to be able to roll cigarettes with this dry, flaky stuff using the un-gummed wheat straw papers that came with the little cloth bag of "floor sweepings". Truck drivers and cowboys were reputed to be able to do it one-handed, with the bag dangling from their teeth by its drawstrings.

My Grandad also had one of these cigarette machines. He also had one of those push-down-spinning-ash-tray-on-a-stand things. When he ran out of matches he would light his 'fakes' with a 'spill' (a long thin strip of colored wood). Happy days!
Oh, and I voted this hot just for nostalgia's sake...
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 29th Aug 2013
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