Sasquash Rosin Press Review 2019 - Sasquash M1, Sasquash V2.0 & Sasquash V2.5 Review
When it comes to durability and rugged design, there’s really no one that tops Sasquash brand rosin presses. Despite the fact that it’s a new brand, Sasquash, created by Support the Roots in 2016, has quickly become one of the most popular brands on the market today.
Unlike other presses who specialize in only one type of press such as NugSmasher with their manual rosin presses, Sasquash branded rosin presses are very versatile. They can be used with a manual hand pump, a pneumatic air compressor or even an electric pump.
Now, let’s take a look at the various Sasquash offerings.
Sasquash M1 Rosin Press
First up is the Sasquash M1 – the brand's entry-level rosin press. But don’t let its entry-level status fool you, this press is nothing to take lightly. Featuring a massive 10 tons of pressure, the M1 is capable of pressing over 16 grams of material at a time thanks to its large 3.5” x 4.5” aluminum plates. In terms of operation, the M1 is compatible with a manual hand pump, pneumatic foot pump or electric pump.
Next up is the Sasquash V2.0 Drawing on inspiration from the M1, the Sasquash V2.0 takes it a step further producing a massive 15 tons of pressure coupled with massive 8.5” x 5” plates that let it tear through over 30 grams of material at a time. Much like the M1, the V2.0 is capable of operation with a manual hand pump, pneumatic foot pump or an electric pump. When it comes to Sasquash offerings, the V2.0 is by far the most popular.
Finally, we have the Sasquash V2.5. Basically, what we have here is the Sasquash V2.0 but improved in virtually every way. This press is a favorite for commercial extraction as it is able to press up to a full 2 ounces of material at a time. This is thanks to its massive 25 tons of pressure and 10” x 5” aluminum plates.
All in all, Sasquash is a brand to watch out for in the rosin press industry. The guys behind it at Support the Roots are some of the most passionate and knowledgeable folks in the industry today. If you’re looking to get into serious rosin pressing, Sasquash is the brand for you. See our entire lineup here.