Hand Stitched Bell Leather Neck Sheath with Fire Storm Blow Pipe
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Made in the UK
Hand Stitched Leather Case
Stitch Option: See Drop Down Menu
Hand Dyed: Hazel Brown
Para Cord Thong
Can be Worn Around the Neck
Or Lopped around a Belt
Fire Storm Extends up to a Maximum of 760mm
No Batteries Needed!
Brass Tipped for Maximum Heat dispersal
Creates Heat Hot Enough to Smelt Metals
Simple Ergonomic Design
Safe to use
Ideal For Campfires/BBQs
Great Gift !
How it works
By blowing air directly onto your coals, old embers, air-starved smokers or even a BBQ that you want to become hotter, you simply take out your pocket Telescopic Pocket ‘Firestorm’ Blowpipe extend the tube up to its 760mm (30-inches) maximum length, place ‘Firestorm’ Blowpipe to your lips and the other end near the fire and simply blow life into your fire.
The Telescopic Pocket ‘Firestorm’ Blowpipe will become one of the most useful tools you will ever take with you on Bushcraft and Camping trips, or on your next BBQ. It can transform those all too common and frustrating, smouldering smokers that will not burst into a flame, making you gasp for air as the wind blows smoke into your face making you cough and splutter, whilst tears stream down your cheeks … all this will be a thing of the past. It takes only seconds for BBQ coals, or any embers for that matter, to burn orange hot. When the temperature significantly increases with the addition of a lungful of oxygen rich air a smouldering ember will begin to burn hot enough ignite all of those combustible gasses; the combustible gasses and or smoke, will spontaneously ignite into a Firestorm of flame.
With a maximum extension of 760mm or 30-inches, your face is kept well clear of any heat or flames that are produced by the sudden influx of life giving air.
You will not be breathing in all those noxious fumes, smoke and carbon monoxide that are the norm when pushing your face to the embers and then madly blowing air at the base of the fire in the vain hopes of getting it to catch a flame.
You will not be getting a dose of ‘Campfire Red-Face’ as you attempt to spit roast yourself as you blow lungful after lungful of smoky air into the fire in a vain attempt to get it to catch a flame. Only then to be caught unawares, singing your eyebrows, beard and hair, if you have them, as the smoke sometimes catches a flame and bounce back into your face.
Cleaning the embers
By blow hard and fast on your old ash laden embers you can blow them clean and get the heat radiating again. But be careful you don’t blow ash on your fellow campers - unless you want to see them with the worst case of dandruff … ever!!! (Seriously though, DO NOT BLOW ASH IN THE DIRECTION OF OTHERS. Hot ash can cause serious injury and unwanted fires if blown in the direction of other people and combustible materials.)
Smelting Aluminium (A fun thing to do!)
A fun thing I often do is use my Telescopic Pocket ‘Firestorm’ Blowpipe to smelt old Aluminium drinks cans - demonstrating just how hot it can actually make the embers. Place an aluminium drinks can on the fire, place a few embers on the can and blow; watch as the can melts into the embers and disappears. When this process is repeated several times a large puddle of molten aluminium will collect at the base of the fire. I can be collected the next day as a beautiful ingot of pure aluminium. Keep it as a memento of your trip or take it to the local scrap metal merchant and get paid for your efforts!
This leather case has been made specially for the 'Fire Storm' Blowpipe by Shark Designs. This style of Case is designed to be worn around the neck ready for immediate use when your fire needs a bit of TLC. The case is made from high quality Leather 3.5(+/-) and measures approx. 150mm x 45mm. Hand Stitched and hand dyed.
A Word of Warning!
If attempting to smelly metals such as aluminium, care should be taken not to breath in aluminium vapours back through the Telescopic Pocket ‘Firestorm’ Blowpipe. This can be done, in part, by placing the tongue over the end of the tube as you breathe in – or better still turn away from the fire upon each intake of air.