Jointlockers are made in Canada


Jointlockers are made in Canada


Made with sustainable plant–based plastics, the Jointlocker holds both your joint and lighter. A match made in heaven — now available in 3 sizes, and tons of colours.

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    Made with sustainable plant-based plastics

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    Now available in 3 sizes: mini, regular, and double

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    Made in Canada with love and a 3D printer

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    It holds both your joint and your BIC lighter

How It Works

Easily store your lighter and joint, then twist the cap on for safe keeping! It’s the thing you never knew you needed until now.

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  1. Lighter Holder: Perfectly made to hold your standard BIC lighter

  2. Joint Holder: Fits a joint with your classic sized rolling paper

  3. Twist-off Cap: This keeps your joint stored inside for safe keeping

  1. Sizes: Now available in this size (regular), double — with two joint holders, and mini — fits on your keychain, or hides anywhere you want it to

  2. Suction Hole: This hole at the bottom of the Jointlocker makes it easy for you to pop your lighter in and out

Sizes for all

Made for all people, purposes, and palms. No hand too big, no hand too small. Our size variety of Jointlockers is made to fit whoever you are, whatever you’re doing, and wherever you’re going (or not going).


Mini: 2.9" H x 1.5" W x 0.75" D (with cap)

Regular: 3.6" H x 1.75" W x 0.8" D (with cap)

Double: 3.6" H x 2.4" W x 0.8" D (with caps)

Jointlockers are now available in more sizes than ever: mini, regular, and double

Printed in 3D

Imagine a standard printer (you know, the one that never works at home) but it moves up and down vertically. Now, picture that same printer but instead of using ink it uses molten plastic. A standard Jointlocker is made of approximately 460 layers of plant-based plastic.

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Made by plants

As for the “plant” in plant–based plastic, it can be anything from sugar cane, corn starch, to tapioca root. These plants go through a fermentation process that turn it into a plastic polymer that we use to 3D print.


We don't recommend composting your Jointlocker — Certain filaments have additives (colouring, sparkles) which are harmful to the environment if not disposed correctly.

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The Sorbet Collection

Now available in Banana, Cantaloupe, Strawberry and Grape.

Creator of Jointlockers: Kash

By Kash

The origin story of Jointlockers began the way you imagine it would, with too many forgotten lighters. Kash, our resident product expert/wizard, took her obsession with 3D printing and decided to solve her own problem. After MANY iterations she welcomed the first Jointlocker to the world, and solved the problem for all of us.