Trim Tray

At a glance, trimming requirements look to be minimal: scissors, chair, tray. But in reality, trimming cannabis is a tedious and draining task that locks dedicated employees into chairs for hours on end. Over time, backs start to ache, wrists get irritated from rubbing on the edges of the bin and the flower can get neglected.

The Trim Tray limits the stress employees put on their backs, wrists and the flower they trim by taking real-world feedback and implementing it into the design. The Trim Tray is made to sit on trimmers’ laps as they work. It has a non-slip base, lightweight design (1 pound, 8 ounces) and comes with a 150-micron stainless steel screen to isolate fallen keif for collection later.

More information: www.trimtray.com.

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