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the rizla concept is a really good ideal. it is the best thing if you want to have cheaper fags to smoke. all that you need is a concept roller which is £1.99 to buy and some rolling tobacco and some concept tubes which cost 99p for 100. you put some tobacco in the roller and push down the tobacco and then you put in a concept tube and close the lid and pull the lid back and then you have made a cigarette. i think that it is a lot cheaper to make cigarette than buying then from shops. you can use any tobacco in it but i think the best one to use is drum but that is what i like you might like some other tobacco. i make about 60 cigarette which a 50g of tobacco and i still have concept tube left to make some more. i make about 100 cigarette day but i am useing 4 concept roller and it take me about 20 mins to make them.
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Cheap and innovative, the Rizla Concept machine is a godsend! With cigarette prices soaring, people have been looking for a cheap alternative to get them through the day for years now. I only recently found out about Concepts, and I haven't gone back to normal cigarettes since. The idea is quite simple. You buy a several hundred empty cigarettes, some tobbacco, and a special Concept machine which can fill the empty case with tobbacco in seconds. At only £2.09 for 14 grams, the tobacco is excellent value alongside other brands. The empty cases are 99 pence for 100, and the machine is just overa pound as well. It works out at around £1.70 saved on an average packet of 20 cigarettes. The only real problem with Concepts is that they can be time consuming to roll 20, and it's not practical to carry all the equipment with you everywhere. Also there is nothing more annoying that getting it wrong! Occasionally if you apply too much pressure, or hold the machine at a slight angle you can tear right through the paper! It has taken me 5 attempts at most to roll one ciggie! I'm not knocking it though, it still rocks. If you wanted to you could make trick cigarettes by adding hidden extras into the tobacco before rolling. People would be none the wiser. My mates call the ones they roll 'secret agents', which is cool.
For a great alternative to hand rolled ciggies, and a cheap alternative to your normal bought ciggies try this. This nifty machine combines the two for a great cheap smoke. I have been using this machine for about 18 months now, and have found very little problems in using it. The only real glitch that I have found is that it can very much depend on the tobacco used as to what results you get. This is not a major headache however as the company also sell its own tobacco. The machine itself costs around £1.99 to buy. It is blue and comes with a small tool, which you use to push your tobacco into the machine. The machine has a place to store the tool so no chance of losing it when its not being used. The main machine itself is about 5 inches long, 2 inches high, 2.5 inches wide and weighs about 4ozs. Although compact, you will probably not want to carry it around with you. It takes so little time to make cigarettes with this machine, that chances are you?ll make a load in one go. You need to buy the tubes to use with this machine, but at around 99p for 100 you cant go wrong. To use the machine, put your tobacco into the ridge part at the top of the machine. Use your tool to prod it all down, then place your tube onto the nozzle bit at the end of the machine. Push down the lever; pull it along and hey presto your cigarette is made. To be honest, it is much easier and less trouble than it sounds. I highly recommend using this machine. If you buy the tobacco made by this company, it works out at about £2.29 for 20 ciggies. Brilliant
Okay, if you like me are a bit wary of new tobacco products, then be prepared for something of a revelation. Obviously the idea of rolling your own, with a machine is nothing new - tobacco, filters and rolling machines have been available for some time now. Here though is the chance to purchase same brand equipment all together. This means each item integrates with the other beautifully. The machine is SO simple to use, whether you have made your own before or not. Obviously this is being marketed as a cheaper alternative to cigarettes, and in this it defitely succeeds, as it's cheaper while still maintaining the appearance of a pre-rolled cigarette. This to some is a definite plus, as the sight of a crumpled roll-up between the fingers doesn't really ooze class. Now the most important factor here, as far as I can see, is the tobacco itself. Let me straight away say that this is where the Concept idea excels! The tobacco is nice and moist out of the packet, without any twigs or apparent floor sweepings to mess up your perfect rolls. It has a similar taste to Benson and Hedges, though a bit lighter. Overall I believe the Rizla Concept, er, concept is a well rounded one. Quality, simplicity and value for money! What more could you ask for? I smoked a whole packet in onje evening, and discovered that it is no miracle product however, as it still punishes your throat like roll-ups do!
What a really good idea these Rizla Concepts are. The idea is you put your tobacco into the machine and pack it down. Put a concept tube on the end of the machine, close the machine, pull the slider backwards and forwards, open the machine and your cigarette is made. The rolling machine cost me £1.99. The concept tubes cost 99p for 100. I used to smoke normal roll ups with filters but it was always too much effort to have to make a roll up while your out and about or having a drink in the pub, so I would end up buying proper cigarettes too. The advantage of the concept is that it looks like a proper cigarette. You can roll yourself 20, put them in a designer packet like Embassy or B&H and hey who's going to know the difference? I have found that the cheaper the tobacco that you use the better they are. I started off using the concept machine with Golden Virginia tobacco because that was what I used for normal roll ups. I found though that with it being fairly moist it didn't really push down the tubes very well. I bought a packet of Wilsons tobacco which costs £1.09 for 12.5g. It is very dry and quite thickly cut. I had bought it once before when I was skint to make normal roll ups with and it was useless. It made rolling really hard work. In the concept tubes it is absolutely fantastic. Once you get the hang of how much tobacco to put in they are great. A 12.5g packet of Wilsons Tobacco will make approx 22 cigarettes. This means that 20 concept cigarettes costs me a grand total of £1.29. That is a whole lot of difference to 20 Embassy No 1 or B&H at £4.25 a packet.