The RosinBomb Rocket is one of the smallest rosin presses on the market and the easiest to use. Weighing only 13 pounds and standing a mere 10 inches tall, it easily fits in a backpack.
It is an electric press, meaning no manual operation and no noisy air compressor needed.
As soon as your Rocket arrives, you can plug it in and start pressing. This tiny rosin press crushes up to 5 grams of material in one go with its massive 1500 pounds of pressure.
RosinBomb Rocket Features
Plates: 3.2” x 2.8” dual heat plates
Pressure: 1500 pounds (much more than similarly sized presses)
Capacity: can crush up to 5 grams in a single press
100% Electric: no compressor needed
Quiet Operation: no compressor means no loud noise
Plug And Play: no additional components required
Sturdy Construction: made from 22-gauge stainless steel
Temperature Range: 35° - 300° F
- Dimensions: 10 (H) by 6 by 6 inches
- Weight: 13 pounds
Warranty: Lifetime factory warranty on electronic components and on structural frame
- Made In USA
Quick Start Guide
Warning: Keep out of reach of children.
Do not put fingers or hands on the press plates.
—Extreme pressure and high temperatures—
Step 1: Plug in and turn on the unit using the switch on the cord. Allow the unit to preheat for approximately 10 minutes until the temperature reaches around 210° F (99° C). Temperature will affect yield.
Step 2: Press 1 to 5 grams (maximum) of flower or other organic material. Put the material in a rosin filter bag (optional for flower) and put everything between two sheets of parchment paper (or between two halves of one sheet folded in half).
Step 3: Place the whole package (material inside the parchment paper and optional bag) on the unit; center the material on the bottom plate.
Step 4: Hold the PRESS button until the plates press together and then release the button. Wait until you see rosin seeping through the side of the paper. When the flow stops (about 2 minutes) the process is complete.
Step 5: Push the RELEASE button. Reset the machine using the RELEASE and PRESS buttons, again, to get another grab at the material and maximize your yield.
Step 6: Cool the rosin before handling. Wait at least 5 minutes or until cool to the touch. Use a scraper (or similar tool) to remove the rosin.
Step 7: Clean the plates with rubbing alcohol (91%) using a clean cloth. Keep the plates clean for optimum performance.