Here is a tutorial on how to light your charcoal grill with the Looftlighter. The Looftlighter is a patented, Swedish invention that lights charcoal, wood, briquettes, heat beads, pellets etc in 60 seconds without lighter fluid or other chemicals. It is sold in more than 30 countries including continents such as North America, South America, Australia, Africa and Europe.
The Looft Grill and Fireplace Lighter eliminates the need for lighter fluid, for safer, faster, and more efficient lighting of barbeque grills and fireplaces. This lighter is an electric hot air gun that heats the air and ignites coals or wood in just seconds.
The Looftlighter does not throw flames, but instead blows a hot airstrem at 1256 degrees Fahrenheit. The Looftlighter is fully equipped with a safety casing that cools to the touch within a few seconds after use.
To use, simply plug the Looftlighter into a wall socket, and touch the nose of the lighter to your wood or coals. In about 15 seconds sparks will appear. At this point, withdraw the Looftlighter by 3-6 inches and continue heating the same spot. Before you know it, you will have a roaring fire.
- Ignites fires and barbecues in a matter of seconds
- Lights fires without harmful chemicals
- Can be used on outdoor grills or indoor fireplaces
- Blows a hot airstrem at 1256 degrees Fahrenheit
- 10-ft. power cord
There's A Difference
We have included this page to help avoid any inconveniences to our customers. There is a difference between the shipping time and the delivery time.
Shipping time is the time that your order takes to leave our warehouse. Each item will show the shipping time. Personalized items generally take a bit longer to ship. Reference the product page for the exact shipping time.
To determine when an item will arrive you will want to take the next business day from the date that you place the order, add the shipping time plus the delivery time.
Example: If you order an item on Monday that states it "Ships in 1 - 2 business days" it will ship out on Wednesday at the latest. Then take a look at the maps below to actually determine when your item will arrive.
Delivery time, sometimes called transit time, is the time that it takes the shipper, UPS or USPS, to deliver the package from our warehouse to your shipping address. Most carriers do not count the day that they pick it up as a "transit day" as it ends up going to a local facility for sorting first.
To determine the transit time of UPS and USPS, please see the two charts below.
USPS Transit Time
UPS Transit Time
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