The sheer quantity of products available on Amazon is phenomenal. It means there’s plenty of choice from a variety of sellers. But sometimes, it can all be a bit too much. When there are 100 versions of the same product, how do you know which to choose? Do you go by the average rating, or go through every single review a customer has left?
Sometimes, in the long search for the perfect product, you might just go for the first thing you see. You might not even read the full title. It looks like that’s what happened with Amazon user A. Maddox, who may have only scanned the description for this product.
The Ohuhu Herb Grinder has a very long product name on Amazon. Technically we should be referring to it as the “Ohuhu Tobacco Grinders Herb Grinder /Weed Grinder/ Plant Grinder / Pollen Collector/ 4 Pieces 2.38″ Heavy Duty Zinc Alloy, Magnetic Top, Elegant Black”. But you may find yourself wanting to use something shorter, so “herb grinder” will do.
Except it seems that this grinder leans far more towards the “weed” side of things than herbs, plants or pollen. As does the marketplace itself, which is apparently dominated by weed grinders masquerading as cooking utensils. This Amazon user spent her $9.99 and was deeply disappointed. In fact, she has simply had enough of the way the world is going.