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After a long day of catching all of those Pokémon, you deserve some downtime. Grab yourself a Pokéball Grinder, then take a load off.
It may look like an ordinary Pokéball from the outside, but inside, this three-piece aluminum grinder discreetly grinds and hides your herb. It’s equal parts practical and novelty, and its authenticity will definitely impress your fellow Pokémon trainers.
Just pop open the top, drop in some buds, grind ’em up, and you’re ready to Jigglypuff puff pass. (See what we did there?)
You gotta catch ’em all — later. For now, grab yourself a Pokéball Grinder, available on the Daily Dot Store for $13.95 (regularly $25).
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