|It may look like a hair curling wand, but the Looftlighter, from Swedish inventor Richard Looft, solves the aggravation many grillers face when the burning wood or charcoal has the audacity to go out.
Lighter fluid is one option to restart the flames, but it has the nasty habit of flavoring the food with petroleum.
We haven’t personally tried the Looflighter yet, but those grillmasters who raced to acquire one attest that the it takes the headache out of lighting grills and smokers. Starting the fire is as simple as touching the tip of the tool to wood or coals for 15 seconds.
The only catch is that you need an electrical outlet to plug in the device. But hey, if you don’t have one adjacent to your grill, that’s what extension cords are for.
The Looftlighter may be the firestarter that
|The Looflighter can also light those pesky fireplace logs.
The Looftlighter isn’t inexpensive—it’s about $80.00. But it pays for itself as a grilling (or fireplace) headache remedy. You can purchase it on Amazon.com.
We’re sorry we didn’t know about this handy device before Father’s Day, but if you still owe Dad a gift, we’d put it on the list.
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