Kush Kaddie – Apollo with Ashtray Review
Build Quality70%
Look and Feel70%
75%Overall Score

Welcome to the Kush Kaddie – Apollo with Ashtray review! This little piece of storage comes from Kush Kaddie and is the ideal type of storage solution for those of us who need storage containers that specialize in discretion and freshness! The little container looks promising, but can it really get the job done? Let’s get to the Kush Kaddie – Apollo with Ashtray review to find out!

Product Pros

  1. Very discreet
  2. Keeps herb fresh
  3. Doesn’t let smell out
  4. Feels solidly built
  5. Durable
  6. Very portable

Product Cons

  1. Capacity could be higher



Kush Kaddie – Apollo with Ashtray Review: Breakdown


Build Quality

Build Quality

The container is mostly plastic, which has its positives and negatives. On the one hand, it makes the container feel less high quality, but on the other, it keeps the container light when nothing is inside it. The plastic is also very durable and the inside is lined with foam to protect any glass pieces you might want to store inside it. The button used to open the seal so you can close and open the container feels like it was durably made and the entire contraption functions really well. Even if you do happen to be strong enough to pull the top off the container while it’s sealed (which none of us here were) you’ll have a really hard time. The execution of this container is impressive!

To add to how surprising this container is, in the lid is an ashtray that can be used to ash your burnt herb before closing it, sealing the container and moving on with your life without worrying people might smell your ash! It’s insanely convenient, especially for people who like to vaporize because it can be used to store your ABV.



This is where the Kush Kaddie really shines. They’re all designed with a really simple and plain black exterior with a button used to open the air pathway so you can open and close the container. This is needed because the container is air tight! This means no smell will escape the container, no matter how smelly the contents might be, unless you open it yourself. This means you can keep this in the same room as friends or family members and even if they do see it, they’ll simply see a black plastic container. It’s a very stealthy container.

Kush Kaddie - Apollo with ash tray review - Opened up with ash tray opened


Look and Feel

The look and feel of this container can be summed up in one word: unassuming. The feel of the container doesn’t make you think it’s as big of a deal as it is, and the look doesn’t give away anything about what might be inside. That inspires confidence in the container and gives it an air or reliability once you’ve seen how well it really works.



When it comes to capacity, this Kaddie holds a decent amount. It measures 3.25” X 5.5” and can hold a pipe or 2, a good amount of herb and a lighter with ease. The capacity is pretty good and lets you travel with all that quite easily. It’s great for holding your necessities but isn’t exactly big enough to think about packing anything you don’t actually need.


After looking at the website we originally thought this product was going to be all hype and flare with no function, but we were so wrong. It was all function with no flair – perfect for any herb enthusiast that values discretion, privacy and keeping the freshness of their herb! If you don’t already have one of these make sure you grab one. They’re a great addition to any herb enthusiast’s collection of gear!

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About The Author

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Dan is a writer with a massive vaporizer collection who loves video games, superhero movies, finding new music, comic and regular books and critically deconstructing those things until he wonders why he liked them in the first place. He's also a pragmatic fitness enthusiast who believes that the best actions you can take in your daily life are those that help you reach your goals, and that naps are the most lofty, but also the most noble goal one can have.

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