There is nothing like a clean, flat rolling surface dedicated to the art of rolling. If a professional joint roller were a thing, then they would have a weed tray to roll on for sure. A proper roll tray helps with joint rolling, keeps tools organized, and is a place for bits of herb to collect so you can use them again.
Our melamine and metal rolling trays are incredibly durable and have rounded lips to keep everything on the tray just where it's left. We've partnered with some super-dope artists to make sure that our trays are unique and exciting. We've also got extra-large trays for parties, small rolling trays to save space, and even fancy modular trays for storing your rolling kit.
What are Rolling Trays For?
A rolling tray provides a clean and level surface for you to grind, roll, and store your weed and other joint-rolling items. A quality rolling tray makes rolling joints and blunts easier, but also helps you keep track of your rolling papers, pokers, and other weed accessories.
The Benefits of Using a Rolling Tray
If you don’t have a rolling tray, chances are you have a few problems when trying to roll a joint or pack a bowl. Without a rolling tray, you’re likely to drop bits of weed on the table or floor that cannot be recovered. Also, you may not know where all your supplies are at a glance.
The benefits of a rolling tray make a real difference in your smoke sessions. When it’s time to have a smoke sesh, you can simply get out your covered rolling tray, take off the lid and see that everything you need is right there where you like it. When you decide to roll one up, any loose weed falls to the tray and can be collected and stored to be used later.
What to Look for in a Rolling Tray
A rolling tray isn’t just a flat surface. A high-quality rolling tray has features that make it better than a plastic lid or an old Frisby. The right tray can elevate your smoking experience through aesthetics, convenience, and functionality.
Rolling trays can be constructed from several different materials. Cheap trays are usually made from some kind of textured plastic like a dining tray. These trays are affordable but are not tough and are just a flat surface with a rim to keep debris from falling off. Acrylic and melamine trays are more durable, shiny, and can be easily printed upon with graphics. Wooden trays are very durable and have a handcrafted look that blends well with a desktop or coffee table. Metal trays are the longest-lasting, can feature detailed artwork, and can have a magnetic lid to protect your stash.
The size of the rolling tray matters for a few reasons. A small rolling tray is great to keep in a desk drawer with just a one-hitter or a pack of papers on it for quick use. Normal-sized rolling trays are about the size of a magazine and can be used to roll on and organize your supplies. Many medium-sized trays have a lot of grooves to keep ground weed or papers. Large Raw rolling trays are great for big projects like rolling up several blunts or a whole bag into joints. Large rolling trays have multiple areas that are divided for easy organization.