Check Out Our New Bundles!

Want to get everything at once? Want to save a ton of money on your full set up? Then our bundles are for you!

Press any flower,
get great rosin.

Fresh and cost effective concentrates with a discrete in home press.

0% Interest Free Financing

Up to 12 months interest free financing. No credit check required!

Why
Rosinbomb?

We built Rosinbomb so you could make clean, good concentrates at home. We value ease of use and discretion. Our units are small but mighty, the quietest on the market, and make it so you can press clean fresh rosin whenever you want. The opportunities are endless — you’ll never be limited to small set of rosins available in retail again. With an at-home rosin press, you can press any flower strain you want into sweet, honey-colored concentrate.

Featured Products

ROSINBOMB M-60 - ROSINBOMB

OUR SIGNATURE
COUNTER-TOP PRESS

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ROSINBOMB M-60 - ROSINBOMB

PATENTED FLOW CHANNEL TECHNOLOGY™

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ROSINBOMB M-60 - ROSINBOMB

GOTTA HAVE IT

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What the Experts Say

“You’d Be Hard-Pressed to Find a Better Extraction Tool Than Rosinbomb Rocket.”

- Duke London, Expert Cannabis Writer - Marijuana.com

Andrew Tarantola- Editor, Engadget

This 13 pound tabletop press is designed specifically to convert the THC crystals into a solvent less, dab-able hash.” “The ROSINBOMB Rocket is THE Panini Press of Weed!

Will Hyde, The Avid Dabber

For $599, this small tabletop rosin press has so far provided stellar results. The yield and quality coupled with the ease-of-use have turned pressing rosin from a laborious process into something I have fun with.

Tyler Green, iSmoke

ROSINBOMB makes it possible to create professional standard dabs, at nice, small quantities at a time.” “Very, very quiet.

Recent Posts

MARCH 20, 2020

Using Rosin to Fill Your
Vape Cartridges

Pressing flower to make rosin isn’t necessarily a new process, but it’s growing popularity in the last few years has been, in part, a reaction to increased consumer awareness about the presence of solvents in their concentrate. Just like conscious consumers want organic produce in their kitchens, more and more cannabis users are becoming wary of pesticides and other harmful chemicals in the products they buy.