Nugsmasher OG vs. Nugsmasher XP
|Type of press: Manual||Type of Press: Manual|
|Pressure Available: 12 Tons||Pressure Available: 12 tons|
|Plate Size: 4 x 4 inches||Plate Size: 6 x 4 inches|
|Heaters: 160 watts||Heaters: 160 watts|
|Material: Solid Structural Steel and 6061 Aircraft Grade Aluminum||Material: Solid Structural Steel and 6061 Aircraft Grade Aluminum|
|Extraction Bag size: 3.5, 7 and 14-gram press bags||Extraction Bag size: 3.5, 7 and 14-gram press bags|
|Material Capacity: 14 grams||Material Capacity: 28 grams|
Nugsmasher OG Pros:
Nugsmasher XP Pros:
Nugsmasher XP Cons:
First, the Nugsmasher OG has a smaller surface area, requiring less travel time for your rosin. The Nugsmasher XP has a slightly wider surface area, which allows you to press bricks of kief or hash better.
The wider surface area of the Nugsmasher XP also gives it an edge when it comes to the amount of material you can press. With a material capacity of 28 grams, the Nugsmasher XP is ideal for those who run small dispensaries and are looking for a rosin press that can extract more than personal extractors.
Now the most notable difference between the two is that the Nugsmasher XP has a built-in pressure gauge. If you’re looking to get the best results or want to prevent any mishaps, such as blowouts, the pressure gauge on the Nugsmasher XP helps you achieve that. And for those who want to get as accurate, the Nugsmasher XP is a sound choice for this purpose.