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Haute Box: 9 Must-Have Home Cannabis Appliances

June 1, 2017
(Courtesy of Levo)
While medical and recreational dispensaries are breaking sales records across legal states year after year, there’s a surge in startup companies and revamps of established classics making home cultivating and concocting easier than ever before. From refrigerator-like incubators to countertop botanical extractors, use our list of the latest innovative appliances to achieve the highest caliber of in-house experimentation.

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Leaf, $2,990

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(Courtesy of Leaf)

For earliest adopters and greenest home growers, this proprietary “plug-n-plant” system automatically grows flower (and food if you really want) in a full cycle from seed to dried cannabis. A touch of its app lets owners check in through its in-unit camera and control settings like temperature and humidity from anywhere. For now, Leaf can only be purchased with a medical marijuana prescription in states where medicinal use is legal.

Shop: getleaf.co

Levo Oil Infuser, $199.99

(Courtesy of Levo)

(Courtesy of Levo)

After five years of development and engineering, this highly designed device was built to make creating oils and butters super simple—and clean. With dishwasher-safe pieces, internal strain operation, and touch screen control settings, it’s so user-friendly, you’ll be cooking up craft infusions for every meal. Plus, it fits right in with your KitchenAid on the counter.

Shop: levooil.com

Nova Decarboxylator, $210

(Courtesy of Nova)

(Courtesy of Nova)

Created by the biotech and medical cannabis device company Ardent, this laboratory-grade decarb machine makes home dosing more accurate, and allows patients to consume activated cannabis sublingually for full-spectrum uptake in minutes. It holds up to an ounce of flower and helps avoid irritation to the lungs or GI tract when smoking or vaporizing. It is also designed to maximize cannabinoids in edibles, extracts, and tinctures.

Shop: ardentcannabis.com

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Seedo, $1,600

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(Courtesy of Seedo)

The most compact of the autogrow boxes, Seedo saves space but still packs plenty of tech in its app-controlled airtight unit. Designed to simulate ideal natural growing conditions using a full spectrum LED lighting system, you’ll get bragworthy yields with no prior experience needed. Think driverless car meets hydroponics—you really don’t have to do a thing aside from live-streaming what’s happening inside via its HD camera.

Shop: seedolab.com

CannaCloud, price TBA

(Courtesy of CannaCloud)

(Courtesy of CannaCloud)

The Keurig of kush successfully closed its Series A round of funding in January and has plans to roll out across legal states later this year. As the world’s first single-use pod-based vaporizing system, it plans to deliver unprecedented quality, convenience, and consistency through a complete system that includes the ground-breaking device; single-use, pre-measured “CannaCloud Pods” filled with lab-tested ground cannabis; and an automated processing and filling machine, the “CannaMatic.”

Info: cannakorp.com

Volcano Digit with Easy Valve Starter Set, $599

(Courtesy of Volcano)

(Courtesy of Volcano)

Take the guessing out of your temperature game with the latest model from the original vaporizer. The quintessential tabletop device for both connoisseurs and novices alike, every Volcano is still handmade in Tuttlingen, Germany by the Storz & Bickel Company, where it all began in 1996.

Shop: volcanovaporizer.com

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Magical Butter, $174.95

(Courtesy of Magical Butter)

(Courtesy of Magical Butter)

“The world’s first countertop botanical extractor” emerged on the cannabis scene early on (2012), revolutionizing the home infusion process. It grinds, heats, stirs, and steeps herbal extracts, all at the correct time intervals and temperature, which is useful for everything from oils and butters to lotions and tinctures. It also comes with a heat-resistant, non-slip “LoveGlove” for safe handling and a Purify Filter bag for superior straining.

Shop: magicalbutter.com

Grobo One Grow Box, $1,699

(Courtesy Grobo)

(Courtesy Grobo)

Co-founded by a young Waterloo, Canada-based duo, the 14” x 14” x 4’ unit’s multi-color, growth-accelerating lighting system and energy-saving design set it apart. Also app-controlled, users can create custom recipes to cultivate cannabis or even a fully functional organic vegetable garden, which you can see through a fluid glass panel that switches from transparent to opaque. After an initial launch earlier this year, it’s currently sold out, but orders will open again this summer.

Shop: grobo.io

Source Turbo, $599

(Courtesy of Source Turbo)

(Courtesy of Source Turbo)

Using a vacuum-like process, this appliance by ExtractCraft gently warms flower to extract and concentrate essential oils in under three hours. The closed-loop system is safe, clean, and capable of restricting unwanted odors to almost nothing.

Shop: extractcraft.com

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  • Sniglet66

    Cannacloud = Juicero

  • Wessty

    What about The Green Oil Machine?

  • Billy Martin

    Awesome products would love to try some of them out
    I would love to see a review of my book on this site,
    it is called “Marijuana the secret, How to make any cookbook recipe with marijuana ingredients”

    • Tim Bambam

      Where can I get your book?

      • Billy Martin

        Hi Tim, I was not sure if I could put a link in the comments,
        but you can get it from Barns and noble with this link,
        ( http://www.order-mts.info )
        thank you for asking.

  • Tim Bambam

    I am looking for edibles. I live in New York City where they can not sell edibles in dispensaries. I prefer baking products. Feel free to touch base. Thanks

    • mark

      move to a better state!

    • E.L. Bl/Du

      Tim,
      is there a way to PM you anywhere? I would like to respond to your request in private.

    • E.L. Bl/Du

      Is there a way to respond to your request in private? You can always make your own, and the guy above has a link to a home test kit so you know how much you’re getting. Home made is better anyway, you know what’s in it. DO they allow you to buy topicals like salve? I make that myself too, with arnica blend. My friends can’t get enough of it.

  • john cooley

    M.A.G.A.? Since when was AMERICA ever
    NOT GREAT!!!? @RealDonaldTrump
    Sign Executive Order mandating
    U.S. DEA, U.S. HHS. RESCHEDULING
    Cannabis.

    • E.L. Bl/Du

      maybe it NEEDS to be rescheduled, so its not in the same category schedule 1 Narcotic with NO medical properties. That will free them up to do more studies (has to be double blind for the FDA to approve anything.)

      • mark

        ^ this

  • hab13

    Here is another gadget
    https://tcheck.me/

    I’d love to see a review of this one

    • E.L. Bl/Du

      Hab, YES YES YES! About time someone came out with a home test kit. Where did you find this? You should submit it to leafly so they can review it and test it’s accuracy. Looks very promising. I doubt that dispensaries would accept it for product, but a great way to test your own oils/edibles etc,… I’m so glad you put that link up.

      • hab13

        I’m sorry I can’t remember where I got the link somewhere in one of my internet journey’s.
        I’ll check around again to see if there is any more info when I get a chance