Why Cigarette Tin Box is important for smoking?
The Cigarette Tin Box was essential to cigarette companies.
Cigarette Tin Boxes can keep tobacco products to be sealed from the air, which dried out tobacco and protected from damage (a tin in the pocket was a smarter way to store rolled cigarettes than a soft paper wrapper or box).
Cigarette tins were manufactured in only a small number of shapes and styles. Cylinders and boxes were used for tobacco sold in bulk, while more modest flat or concave tins were designed to be carried in a pocket. A third form was the lunchbox tin, so named for its wire handle and frequent reuse by smokers and their children alike to bring their lunch to work or school.
Most tobacco could be bought in branded tins, with large retail units sold in vacuum-packed tins similar to how tennis balls are now shipped. The approach helped keep the tobacco fresh and avoid it from going moldy as shipping took longer in those by-gone days. However, the pocket-sized tins were the product that most smokers would keep all their smoking accessories and tobacco tins in.
This brings us nicely onto our tins box products, a nod to our heritage with a modern twist. The strong branding led by the ‘beast’ helps you stand out while the compact nature of the tin keeps all your essentials in one place. Smoking has evolved, and whether you roll your own or you’re a pipe smoker, the tin is the perfect accessory.
So next time you’re buying you pipe tobacco online or your rolling tobacco, make sure you add a cigarette tin box to your order. They are handy, cheap, and avoid your pockets being full of loose filters and tobacco strands! What’s not to like! Smoking Accessories: The Humble Cigarette Tin Box