HomeRight Announces Launch of ElectroLight Fire Starter

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Minneapolis, MN - Jan 12, 2016 - ​It is hard to believe in just a few months we will all be back outside enjoying outdoor cooking again. HomeRight proudly announces the launch of their new fire starter, the ElectroLight. The ElectroLight is perfect for charcoal grills, fireplaces and fire pits. Users will enjoy fires in mere minutes, much faster than traditional fire starting methods.  The ElectroLight has similar technology to that of the HomeRight heat guns, which HomeRight has over 30 years of industry experience. Since ElectroLight works on dry fuel sources like charcoal and wood, there’s no need for lighter fluid or other starter chemicals. This is especially important with the increasing popularity of ceramic grills. The ElectroLight boasts stronger airflow and higher heat output making it best in class. It also includes a specially designed soft touch thermoplastic handle. In just 3-5 minutes the ElectroLight will have a charcoal grill lit and ready to use. 

How it works: When depressing the trigger a fan draws cool air into the unit and across a series of coils which produces super-heated air.

Lighting a fire couldn’t be easier:

1. Touch tip of barrel to charcoal or wood and press trigger.

2. Once embers are visible, pull the tip slightly away. The blower will continue to fan the flame as long as the button is depressed.  

3. Continue holding trigger until desired level of fire is achieved. 

Specifications:

• 1350 degrees Fahrenheit

• 1500 Watts

• 120 Volts

• 10 foot heavy gauge grounded power cord

MSRP: $89.99

Available at: www.amazon.com and www.homedepot.com

Business Info :
HomeRight

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