Hand Held Tablet/Pill Press
Press ingredients into tablet or pill form with ease. Our tablet press puts other hand held tablet presses to shame.
Because of our press's superior quality, you can now make pills in the comfort of your own home, that appear like they were manufactured by a pharmaceutical company.
- Capable of Making 100+ Tablets an Hour
- Precision Hardened CNC Milled Aluminum
- Simple to Operate
- Pharmaceutical Grade
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The Hand Held Tablet Press
The hand held press is used for pressing ingredients into tablet form. The press produces a 14mm in diameter and 4mm to 25mm thick tablet (as determined by the amount of ingredients used).
Each hand held press is precision manufactured from high grade aluminum. Each press consists of an aluminum body, split dowel, base cap, and a “T” handle compressor used to press your pills.
You are able to press all types of ingredients together to make tablets; including powder, crushed leaves, and minerals. The press is also very easily stored, cleaned, and used due to its small size.
Simply insert the ingredients into the tablet press, attach the end cap to the press, and compress the ingredients by turning the “T” handle, to produce your own tablets.
Each press comes with a free 10 gram sample of microcrystalline cellulose (binder) to help bind your tablets together. And includes detailed instructions on how to operate the hand held tablet press.
Unmatched Quality & Service
Stamps for the press's are available and may be purchased separately. Instructions for how to purchase stamped logos will be provided with your purchase. This is the best hand held tablet press on the market and at less than $100 (including shipping) is a steal.
What Our Customers Say About Us
"Presses tablets out solid. Better than having to use a hammer to make one, I can do it in my home, in peace, without disturbing my kids."
Dario Garcia, Arkansas
"Definitely a good product. I looked around for a hand held pill press and this seemed like the most solid product on the market that didn't look like it was built in some guy's garage."
Paul Aiken, California