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Dec 28

Whip up a range of delicious grilled recipes with this upcycled BBQ

Dec 16

7 Holiday Gifts Perfect for the Grill Master - Add FiAir to make 8

Dec 15

Butcher Richard Gunner recommends beefing up your barbecue this summer with different meat options

Dec 13

Wiki.EzVid names FiAir blower #2 Best Fireplace Bellows

FiAir Air Blower has been awarded #2 in of best fireplace bellows. Compiled with twenty-six hours of research, this video wiki guide, published in their home category at, is a broad-ranging, impartial assessment of fireplace bellow options available to consumers in the United States. 

FiAir is honored to have been selected #2 in this vast category

Our thanks to Wiki.EZvid. We have a good idea of the number of bellows out there. Traditional Squeeze Bellows have been around for centuries in all sizes and styles. We have one with fur on one side— a very handsome, decorative piece. But it was the very inefficiency of these manual bellows that led me to develop FiAir. 

I had been having trouble starting our bedroom fireplace for some reason; possibly damp wood. I used my squeeze bellows, but no matter how quickly I squeezed or close I got, the amount of air reaching the flame on the sawdust starter just wasn't enough to get the wood lit. I finally decided to blow with my breath without success until I finally hyperventilated. As I lay on the hearth, I yelled out to my wife "This is crazy. It's just air!" I ran into the bathroom and grabbed our hair dryer. Wow - it worked great, but overkill! Now, I'm not the first to reach for this fast solution, but it did lead to FiAir. For years I searched for a hair dryer without a heating element (it's the heating that requires electricity). They didn't exist. I looked for other alternatives and bought what I could find, but nothing available matched what I had in mind. After some market research, I finally decided to build it myself. I wanted one so badly and felt millions of others would, too. FiAir has now been shipping for about 3.5 years and my personal unit, along with many thousands of others, is still blowing strong.

Should FiAir be #1 Fireplace Bellows?
Our case: Real firepower in the palm of your hand

Traditional squeeze bellows, no matter how beautifully designed and detailed, still only blow a very limited amount of air intermittently no matter how quickly you squeeze. The same is true of the Bowman BBQ Fan. Cheaper than FiAir, but far less effective because it takes a lot a of fast, continuous squeezing to really start and sustain fire. That's where FiAir is different. FiAir is the first and only truly portable powered blower for both wood and charcoal fires. So, FiAir directs a continuous flow of powerful air at the push of the orange button. The result: wood fires go from first light to full blaze in just 2 minutes. We even have video on our Wood Fires page that shows FiAir getting that full blaze in just 30 seconds! (FiAir also brings charcoal fires from first light to cooking temperature in just 8-12 minutes.)When it comes time to add more logs, no problem. Just a 20-30 seconds of FiAir will have the fire back to a blaze. There has never been a faster or easier way to light your fireplace because FiAir is powerful enough to stoke from a distance with no bending.

More Effective and Affordable than the best traditional bellows

Yes, there's a great array of quality, materials, design and prices for Fireplace Bellows. So, finally price and we're pleased that at just $24.99 FiAir is an extremely affordable alternative to even the #1 pick (75% less :-)
That means most everyone can give the perfect Stocking Stuffer or Thank You Gift this Holiday season.

FiAir can bring Warm Holidays in the North and Happy Holidays in the South for your favorite Keeper of the Flame whether it's for grilling, BBQing, Camping, Fire Pit, Fireplace or Woodstove.

FiAir is Made in America and comes with a One Year Limited Warranty.
Aug 17

Charcoal Grilling Tastes Better Than Gas. It’s Just Science

May 05

HPBA publishes latest barbecue usage study

HPBA publishes latest barbecue usage study

National BBQ Month

ARLINGTON, Va. – The Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Assn.’s most recent barbecue lifestyle, usage and attitude study was conducted online via Rockbridge Associates Inc. in July and August 2015. Rockbridge conducted a 20-minute online survey with 1,145 grillers in the United States who were at least 18 years old and either the primary griller or shared grilling responsibilities.

For more information on National Barbecue Month and how grilling retailers and manufacturers are celebrating the holiday, make sure to grab the May issue ofCasual Living magazine.

Consider these 10 trends about the state of barbecuing today, uncovered by the study:

1. 75% of U.S. adults own a grill or smoker.

2. 62% of households that own a grill own a gas grill, followed by charcoal (53%) and electric (12%). Two percent own a wood pellet grill, and 8% are thinking of purchasing one this year.

3. The most popular days to barbecue are: Fourth of July (76%), Labor Day (62%), Memorial Day (62%), Father’s Day (49%) and Mother’s Day (34%).

4. The top reasons for cooking out? 71% of grill owners say it’s to improve flavor, 54% for personal enjoyment and 42% for entertaining family and friends.

5. The majority of grill owners (63%) enjoy using their grill or smoker year-round. In fact, 43% cook at least once a month in the winter months.

6. Half of all grill owners have the most basic grilling accessories (cleaning brush, tongs, glove/mitts). The most popular new accessories owners plan to buy include pizza stones, broiling baskets and cooking planks.

7. Ten percent of all grill owners have a backyard kitchen (featuring premium furniture and lighting).

8. Barbecuing isn’t just an evening activity; 11% of grill owners prepared breakfast on a grill in the past year.

9. Nearly one third of grill owners (31%) grilled someplace other than their homes in the past year, including 24% who grilled while camping.

10. Nearly half (45%) of U.S. adults surveyed plan to purchase a new grill or smoker in 2016, while nearly a third (30%) of current owners plan to grill with greater frequency.

Apr 27

Masters In May adds kids competition

Apr 02

BBQ MY WAY: Let's set some grilling goals

Mar 23

Best barbecue food: The countries that do it best

Best barbecue food: The countries that do it best #charcoalgrill #grillblower #bbqYou may know that FiAir is Made in...

Posted by FiAir - the handy little blower to feed your fires on Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Mar 07

Grilling up the perfect barbecue

Grilling up the perfect barbecue #charcoalgrill #grillblower #bbq Ahhh the gathering of men at the grill attempting to...

Posted by FiAir - the handy little blower to feed your fires on Sunday, March 6, 2016
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