FiAir LLC Targets Independence Day to Revolutionize American Grilling

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The first and only truly portable, point-and-shoot blower for rapid kindling of charcoal and wood fires will ship June 17th.

FiAir blower to rapidly kindle charcoal or wood fires
Forcing a choice between the speed of a gas grill or the flavor of food grilled over charcoal IS a kind of tyranny...That problem is history because FiAir speeds charcoal to cooking temperature in about 8-12 minutes, no matter how you light your coals.

FiAir LLC announces production of the first 5,000 units of FiAir, a new hand-held, battery powered blower for rapid kindling of charcoal and wood fires. Shipments will begin June 17, 2013 with delivery to U.S. consumers in time for the July 4th holiday. At just over 9” inches long and weighing under 6 oz.,FiAir is the only hand-held, battery-powered blower on the grill and fireplace accessories market that is truly portable and equally appropriate for use with charcoal and wood, indoors and out. FiAir also contrasts with competitive products in its hand-held, point-and-shoot operation and use of a battery-powered motor to create continuous airflow, unlike fire tools that require users to blow into a tube, crank by hand or plug into an electric power source.

Making sure your fire works on July 4th

Company founder Alan i Harris says that delivering FiAir in time for the July 4th holiday is the perfect symbol of his product’s “revolutionary” impact on traditional outdoor cooking in America.
“Forcing a choice between the speed of a gas grill or the great flavor of food grilled over charcoal IS a kind of tyranny, isn’t it? That problem is history because FiAir speeds charcoal to cooking temperature in about 8-12 minutes, no matter how you light your coals. FiAir is so simple and so much fun to use, we believe it will radically change the way people think about outdoor cooking. Instead of seeing it as a chore, we fully expect fights over who gets to fire up the grill!”

Absolute power over wood and charcoal fires

A powerful motor in a compact package allows users to precisely aim airflow to grow and spread flames, rapidly boost temperature to sear food, integrate fresh logs or charcoal, revive a dying fire, etc. To ensure maximum control, the company deliberately designed FiAir to operate solely as a hand held tool. Harris explains that decision in terms of both safety and economy. “We believe it is never a good idea to walk away from a fire while it is being stoked. Not only is it unsafe, but over-stoking can consume fuel too fast AND blow through batteries. Used as directed, FiAir will handle around a dozen fires on one set of batteries.”

For keepers of the flame everywhere

FiAir LLC expects its product to become the tool of choice for everyone who kindles wood or charcoal fires. In addition to grill chefs, FiAir’s broad target market includes tailgaters, BBQ teams, street food vendors, survivalists, campers and other outdoor enthusiasts, as well as users of wood stoves, log-burning fireplaces and fire pits. FiAir is made in America, although pre-orders from 18 countries suggest the product will have worldwide appeal.

Discounts for early adopters

FiAir is currently only available for purchase online. Early Birds who pre-ordered FiAir at a $10 discount may now return to the company’s website to complete their transactions with a credit card payment. The introductory discount continues until FiAir is ready to ship, after which the price will rise from $20 to the MSRP of $29.99 plus shipping and handling.

About FiAir LLC

FiAir LLC is the developer and sole provider of FiAir™, a portable, battery-powered blower that feeds and speeds charcoal and wood fires at the grill, tailgate party, wood stove, fireplace or campsite. Its lightweight, compact design and battery-powered, point-and-shoot operation make FiAir the first and only truly portable, hand-held, indoor-outdoor blower on the grill and fireplace accessories market. For more information about FiAir, or to order, please visit http://www.fiair.net FiAir LLC is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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