Hemper Launches Its 1st C-Store Product

Quick Hitter is a flavored, multi-use one-hitter for cannabis users
Hemper's Quick Hitter
Photograph courtesy of Hemper

LAS VEGAS — Hemper, a cannabis accessories brand, is releasing a new product in convenience stores—its first in the channel.

Quick Hitter is a flavored, multi-use, disposable one-hitter, made for on-the-go use, Hemper said, and is a solution for cannabis users who cannot always travel with their glass pieces.

“The Quick Hitter is by far Hemper's greatest innovation to date,” said Bryan Gerber, co-founder and CEO of Hemper. “As trailblazers in the cannabis industry, we knew there was a universal need for an on-the-go consumption product and wanted to introduce it to the world with the most high-quality, convenient and flavorful way possible.”

Quick Hitter comes in packs of two and retailers for $2.99. In addition to a nonflavored option, it comes in mango, raspberry, watermelon, banana and blueberry. To use it, consumers load the ceramic bowl at the top, squeeze one or both of the flavored capsules to dispense the desired amount of flavor and then smoke, Hemper said.

The products are made for multi-use and come in a resealable pouch.

Hemper, Las Vegas, is a diversified cannabis accessory and lifestyle brand that designs and sells products for consumers and industry partners in the smoking market. It sells bongs, cones, bubblers, dab rigs, dab tools, rolling trays and vape pens, and it also sells a monthly subscription box that includes more than 10 smoking accessories for $40.  

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