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Lighter X Battery-Powered Fire Starter

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$299.99

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Lighter X Battery-Powered Fire Starter

Product Highlights

  • Cordless, battery-powered fire starter
  • Super-heats air to quickly & efficiently light wood & charcoal
  • Gets a fire going in 60 seconds without noxious lighter fluid, fire starters or matches
  • Great for grills, smokers, pizza ovens, fire pits & fireplaces
  • Take it camping or tail gating – lights up to 10 times with a single charge
  • 2-year limited warranty
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Product Details

Color Black
Material Aluminum, plastic, and steel
What Is Included 1 lighter, 36V li-Ion battery pack, charging base, brochure, and safety instructions
Weight 3.5 lbs
Brand Looft
Vendor Ship Profile expected to ship within 2-3 business days
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Length 3.5 inches
Width 3.5 inches
Height 18.5 inches
Cord Length
Warranty 2 year

Product Overview

If you hate using reeky lighter fluid to start your charcoal grill or struggle to get your backyard fire pit going, you'll love the Looft Lighter X. It'll get your coals or fire going using only clean super-heated air. When you have a Looft lighter, you'll never need lighter fluid or fire starters again. And since the Looft X is cordless, you can take it camping or tail gating.

The Lighter X is designed to maximize battery power. The small charger holds the lighter vertically so it takes up less space while charging.

Charge time: 2 hours. Charger has retractable 4.2-foot cord. Plug type A. Specs: 36V li-Ion, 2,000 mAh, 72Wh.

How to use:

  • On fire pits, grills, and smokers: touch fuel with the lighter tip.
  • In an indoor fireplace: place paper between logs. Turn the Looft on and blow hot air up the chimney for 30 seconds.
  • For both: aim lighter at the same spot until sparks or a glow appear. Pull back a bit while maintaining your aim until the fire has started.

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