Zig Zag Cutcorners Reviews
Product Type: Zig Zag in Tobacco
Newest Review: ... slobbering all over it. Doesn't matter how much i use they always fall apart when i spark up so i think the glue just fails ... more
Customer Zig Zag Cutcorners Reviews (3)
by - written on 08/02/09 (Very useful, 114 readings)
My mate showed up at my house one night with a bag of 8 packs of Zig Zags inside. I'd heard from people around college that if you want a paper that actually sticks then you should buy Zig-Zags whenever you see them, or buy them online so you don't run out as fast ;) Many a time i've been rolling a cig and it's rolled nicely, only to find that i have to really "Gob Job" the gum to even make it seal up. This happens all the time with Rizla and Swan, i've tried everything from putting just a tad of spit on to absolutely slobbering all over it. Doesn't matter how much i use they always fall apart when i spark up so i think the glue just fails to work ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/08 (Useful, 78 readings)
Its only been about 4 months since I started hand-rolling my own cigarettes. Due to the fact that rizla papers seemed to be the most popular, they were the papers of my choice. Unfortunately, they always fell apart as the glue was useless. I came across zig-zag papers in Tesco and decided to give them a go. They are more comfortable to use when rolling- The glue actually sticks the paper, and remains stuck- The paper quality itself is far more superior- When I put a filter in, the paper does not rip on me as others I have tried do- The papers are 22p for a packet of 50- They are also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/06 (Very useful, 259 readings)
Well I seem to have reviewed almost every type of rizla paper on this site back in my earlier days so i thought maybe it's about time to give the good old Zig-Zag skin a going over. These skins are a parallel to the rizla red and are a standard skin available almost anywhere selling tobacco. Thickness: These papers are possibly slightly thinner than a rizla red, although they don't look it, but despite their wieght they are not as thick to smoke. The extra paper does make for a more papery tasting smoke, but it also helps the rollie to stay alight and the taste really isnt too unpleasant. Length: At around 70mm long these papers are ... Read the complete review
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