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Feb 08

Sure-Fire Gift for Your Favorite Valentine

Sep 02

The Propane-Fueled Endless Summer -- Unless You Prefer Charcoal Flavor

The Propane-Fueled Endless Summer ‪#‎charcoalgrilling‬ ‪#‎fiair‬ #charcoalvsgas #bbqblower #outdoorcooking #firestarter #weberchimney #tailgating #charcoalgrillblower

Lucky Peach Lamb Burgers Credit Grant Cornett for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Maggie Ruggiero. Prop Stylist: Rebecca Bartoshesky.

There is something wistful about a Labor Day cookout — something ever-so-slightly melancholy about putting those burgers and brats on the grill one last time before summer’s end. For many, the holiday marks the start of what Spy magazine once called ‘‘anxiety season’’ — time to ‘‘overstuff the briefcase, to yearn for a new apartment, fret about the raise, lose patience, work harder, fidget, stew, anguish, roil.’’ In anxiety season, we think there is no longer room for warm-weather pleasures like cooking outside.

Which is ridiculous. Get a gas grill going, and you can run it 12 months a year. Obsessive food maniacs sneer, of course, at propane grills, with their clean flames and lack of smoke, their ease of use. Grilling, they say, means cooking over charcoal or wood, means tending to fires as a hen tends to her chicks. It does not mean clicking the ignition on a propane knob and heating through some meat on the grate 10 minutes later.

WHOA - gotta stop right here for a moment!

As one who switched from Charcoal to Propane when our kids were little, I know what it is to miss charcoal flavor for 35 years. It wasn't until I got our first FiAir prototype that I knew a return to charcoal was in my future. I gave away our gas grill and bought a new Weber One-Touch Gold 27 and never looked back.
The writer here says "Grilling, they say, means cooking over charcoal or wood, means tending to fires as a hen tends to her chicks. It does not mean clicking the ignition on a propane knob and heating through some meat on the grate 10 minutes later." 
I have often said that nobody can switch on an instant gas flame and expect to cook immediately. It takes time to warm up the box and the grill grate — like pre-heating your oven. The writer thinks 10 minutes to cooking temp with gas is something of a miracle compared to charcoal. But our innovative FiAir blower will have you up to cooking temp with charcoal in 8-12 minutes. So where's the big speed advantage over charcoal? We already know the Flavor Advantage goes to charcoal. 
So read the article and the recipes. Then duplicate them with charcoal and don't worry about when your propane tank is likely to run out of gas. You always know when your charcoal is running low; just look at the bag. 
Check out our Patented FiAir blower and see why the Charcoal v Gas debate could easily move back in favor of Charcoal for Flavor and Speed.


Obsessive food maniacs sneer, of course, at propane grills, with their clean flames and lack of smoke, their ease of use. Grilling, they say, means cooking over charcoal or wood, means tending to fires as a hen tends to her chicks. It does not mean ...
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Apr 14

Review - How to start your wood burning fireplace fast and easy with the FiAir blower

Do you ever struggle to get your wood burning fireplace going?
How long does it take? Five minutes? Ten?
You’re not alone.


John Tondra’s wife always called on him to start up their wood burning fireplace. So, independent as she is, he wanted to make it easier for her to do it herself. The old manual squeeze-type fireplace bellows just wasn’t doing the job. So, John decided to give her a FiAir blower to feed air to the fire at the push of a button. He didn’t hear from her all Winter. Finally, John had to try it for himself and did this video review of his experience. He just lit some newspaper balls under his cordwood logs and watched the blaze grow as he added FiAir.   www.FiAir.net


FiAir is a simple, hand-held point & shoot device that blows a continuous, powerful flow of air wherever you aim it. You can work from 2-3 feet from the fire without bending — your back will thank you.


The FiAir hand-held blower isn’t just for wood fires in fireplaces, wood stoves, fire pits and campfires. Because any fire benefits from FiAir, now you can have your charcoal grill up to cooking temperature in half the time you’re used to — typically just 8-12 minutes. Whether you’re backyard grilling, out tailgating or getting a fast start on slow cooking at a BBQ Competition FiAir goes with you for absolute control over all your fires.    
                                             
FiAir is the first and ONLY truly portable battery powered blower for wood and charcoal fires and comes with a One Year Limited Warranty.
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Dec 04

Two reviewers who love FiAir


We've gotten so many great reviews from customers and pro's alike, we decided to share them in a slightly more entertaining way. The two in this little video:

"Another one of those I-can't-believe-I-didn't-invent-this devices..." 
by Award-winning journalist and blogger Mikey Rox

"We wouldn't grill without this apparatus" from Uber Apparatus

You'll find the complete reviews here.

If charcoal grilling and BBQ are a passion or you just need a good fire in the fireplace or wood stove, you're gonna love FiAir.
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