45 standard filter tips in an easy tear pack. Sustainably harvested, chlorine free paper. Roll up and place these filters in the end of your smokes, Euro-style.
Use these and put a stop to tearing the tops of cigarette boxes or plastic coated paper. Not only does this affect the taste, it isn't too good for you either.
Quintessential Standard Filter Tips Customer Reviews
cheap and usefull
I Love Them!
Keeps the paper from sticking together when it burns down low, although its just a little extra work using the filters, but its worth the time.
Nothing crazy but they deff get the job done
Good tips. makes a great crutch
Great tips, real easy to roll, best price on the web
At under a dollar these are a steal. My local tobacco shop sells a more generic brand for $2.49. They are usually out of stock. I feel bad for those who don't know of 1%. Good buy at least grab one pack and try them out. If you are serious about flavor go with the hemp oil coated filter tips.
Easy to Use
These tips are perfectly fine for what they are. I prefer the hemp oil coated ones also. Much better than ripping off parts of cigarette boxes.
Nice and cheap
A great touch to the end of the smoke
I'm not sure it's worth paying for these, but regardless, they do fold smoothly and work perfectly. If you're looking for some filters these would be ideal
I have discovered that if you fold the paper in half long ways and then roll that into a filter that it prevents any tobacco from getting into your mouth.
And these filters add no flavor so you can taste the flavor of premium tobacco blends.
If you've never seen these before, you should try 'em. They're easy to use, the end of your cig stays open but, best of all, there's no waste of smoking material when you're done! I like these.
Good tips. The wrapper started falling apart towards the end
Good, Basic Crutches
These crutches fulfill their basic purpose well and are a big step up from random pieces of cardboard. But I like the hemp oil coated ones better.
Made in uk
i love the perforated zen tips, but like elements they are made in china. a long way to go for some tiny paper bits?
these are a bit closer....