For both King and 100 mm tubes. The new metal Premier Supermatic Cigarette Machine has recently been redesigned with the latest make-your-own technology and is viewed by experts as one of the best cigarette making machines ever made. New features include a rubber anti-scuff pad for better table grip and an adjustment to make 100 mm cigarettes. Own a Premier Supermatic cigarette machine and you've got the best machine available. This is a great buy with a 1-year manufacturer's warranty serviced exclusively by Arbro Inc. Comes with warranty card and instructions. Please fill out warranty card and mail in upon receiving machine.
Machines cannot be sent back to Smokers Outlet Inc. for refund or credit.
All machines must be sent to:Arbro Inc. 1881 Main St. Keeseville, NY 12944 (518) 834- 3038
|Manufacturer||Commonwealth Brands, Inc.|
- Poor Quality PartsReview by Deb
I have been rolling my own for about 3 years now and just wanted to say.....Do Not Buy this one product the "Premier Supermatic". Spend about $20.00 more and get a Powermatic 2 Plus Electric Injector Machine and you will be so much happier.. I have now gone through 2 Premier injectors because the plastic parts wear out, and I am just a normal smoker and even though you can replace the parts it cost more for shipping and handling and its not worth it after that, its like the shipping cost more then the part it's self. And NO I did not pack to much either. A manual machine with proper cleaning as I do from the inside out should last a person at least 2 years or more. I love the idea of making my own because YES I noticed my lungs got irritated from the rings from the fire retardant they started putting in the already made cigs., it like smoking carpet glue i found out from my research. This one machine is NOT made with quality parts and like I said the parts that touch just like a joint in your arm or knee, the friction wears the parts out fast. I just get tired that the machine stops working properly at the most inopportune time when I just can't go out and buy another one right away at the almost $50.00 it cost for these when you can spend maybe $15.00 to $20.00 more and get a electric one. The thing about any of the manual machines and the electric ones is the tobacco has to be just right. If its to moist it clogs up and the machine won't work properly and if its to dry it again won't work right and acts like you packed it to tight when you didn't. I do not recommend this machine. at all. It's all good making a review in your first year but then just wait if it last that long. If your a heavy smoker your really screwed. (Posted on 4/28/2014)
- Overpriced, unreliable kludgeReview by CK
The fit & finish on this unit is equally disappointing. For example, the slide cover for the tobacco chamber jammed when it got caught up on a metal tab at the end of its guide channel that was bent the wrong way during manufacture. But the greatest design flaw is the plastic armature which connects the spoon to the lever mechanism: when you turn the crank, a lever inside causes this plastic arm to flex and bind under a relatively small amount of resistance. When this occurs you are also bending the soft metal parts connected to it. But that is not the only point of failure: a screw fastens the plastic spoon arm to the lever mechanism. With every load, this screw cuts deeper into the plastic, eventually deforming it to the extent that it will no longer slide through the channel smoothly. A more reliable design would pair a gear mechanism with a solid metal injector, instead of using a lever to bend a plastic injector in a way that it does not want to go. This product appears to be designed to make money by selling replacement parts that are guaranteed to break. It looks like the manufacturer has attempted to dodge warranty & defect claims by setting up a "separate" company (Arbro) as the "sole authorized supplier" of parts & service. They also dispose of defective machines through another front company called "SmokerDeals." They say that "misuse voids all warranties," but do not tell you that loading tubes with tobacco constitutes "misuse." I don't know what "experts" they are referring to in the description here when they called this monstrosity the "best cigarette making machine," but nobody with a degree in engineering would make such an outrageous claim about a Rube Goldberg contraption like this which is so poorly designed & constructed that the manufacturer has to hide behind various front companies which disavow responsibility for the product's numerous defects. (Posted on 4/28/2014)
- not goodReview by Daniel
- First Time UserReview by Mark
The biggest problem for a new user will be getting an ideal pinch of tobacco in the hopper. Follow the easy to use instructions, fill the corners, and make sure you have an even amount of tobacco distributed with a light touch to slightly pack the hopper. There is a bit of tobacco hanging out the end which I use a scissors to snip off and a couple of tamps on the butt packs the tube. If I bummed a smoke from someone and they handed me one of these, I couldn't tell the difference between one made from this machine or store bought.
I took one star off for the quality because the length adjustment was out of alignment when I received the unit. The adjustment cam pin was jammed outside of the three position holes. It was easy enough for me to fix. Not sure if it somehow was jostled in transit.
I recommend this to anyone looking for a simple solution to MYO. (Posted on 7/29/2012)
- Great Roller!Review by Debra
(Posted on 7/8/2012)
- For you first timersReview by Jeff
First, this is a well built machine, almost all metal excepting the blades, which are plastic but so far seem quite durable. My only complaints are on delivery the brass nuts on top were not tightly secured, and a spring that failed after approx six months. Given the cost differential between ryo and buying retail, it was cheaper to pay the $1.75 for the spring, plus $9 bucks shipping than to bother with the warranty-- the machine still worked, it just wasn't as smooth.
Second, whatever machine you get, before rolling your first smoke, take a minute to glance at the innards and observe how they look and work. You WILL inevitably jam the machine and knowing how it's supposed to look will save you time figuring out how to unjam it.
To amplify, only experience will teach you how much is too much force, and how to load the hopper for each tobacco cut and it's moistness. Also, have a care to apply only a lateral force when cranking. Even with metal innards, over time jamming and downward force on the crank will subtlely distort the parts.
Bottom line for this product is due to my abuse the machine is prematurely aged, and unless I opt for an electric, I will probably buy another Supermatic.
Hope this helps
(Posted on 6/29/2012)