The Bison Airlighter is Fire Reinvented

Revolutionary portable, air-driven lighter is faster, cleaner and safer way to light fires.

The Bison Airlighter
The Bison Airlighter
The Bison Company
The Bison Company

Warwick, NY –-(Ammoland.com)- The Airlighter is unlike any other fire lighter on the planet designed for serious grillers, tailgaters and campers.

It runs on a patented technology that combines a high velocity flame with a jet-air-stream that ignites charcoal instantly so that you can be cooking for guests within five minutes.

It is an environmental breakthrough for grilling, greatly reducing the amount of fuel needed to get your grill going. And, it is also the safest way to start and maintain your grill, avoiding unwanted lighter fluid burn accidents. Faster.

Cleaner. Safer. The Bison Airlighter  jets a 4-inch flame to instantly ignite charcoal and wood. The super- heated 2,600 degree flame can overcome wind, rain and stubborn to light fuel with ease. Once kindling is ignited the flame can be turned off and a built-in, cool air fan will deliver powerful airflow to quickly spread flames throughout the fuel pile stocking the fire to high heat for the fastest cold to cook time. With the Bison Airlighter charcoal- grilling fans will never have to resort to using lighter fluid again resulting in cleaner, healthier and better tasting meals.

Portable and multi-purpose the Airlighter can be used in any setting inside the home, backyard or deep woods to light charcoal grills, campfires, wood fireplaces and just about any other fire. The adjustable grip handle makes it easy to maneuver the Bison Airlighter into any grill, fire pit or fireplace and the LED flashlight on the front of the device improves visibility for lighting fires at night. The storage hook on the underside of the Airlighter can even be used as a bottle opener, solving yet another common grilling dilemma.

The Bison Airlighter is designed with safety in mind. The barrel of the device is air- cooled and remains cool to the touch at all times, even seconds after lighting a fire it will not burn skin or melt a table. There is also a child-lock on the device so it can never be switched on accidentally.

The integrated battery in the Bison Airlighter can be used for 30 minutes, or up to 40 barbecue lightings before it will require charging. Designed with a standard USB port the Airlighter can conveniently be charged at home with a wall outlet adapter or on the go in a car. The flame on the Airlighter runs on butane that will last for 15 minutes of constant burn time, enough to light up to 40 barbecue fires.

The Bison Airlighter has an MSRP of $79.95. To order or for additional information visit www.airlighter.com.

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About The Bison Company
Founded in 2013, Bison is a privately held innovation company based in New York. The
Airlighter is the first product from Bison and has been designed and developed in-house and is
patented globally. The Bison Company is dedicated to creating great products that offer
significant improvements to existing methods to answer consumer needs. The Bison Company is a subsidiary of Infora, LLC. which develops a unique range of consumer products and distributes them through retailers including specialty local retailers, mail order catalogs, online stores, and national chains. For more information visit www.thebisoncompany.com.

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Henry Guerke

I received a BISON Airlighter for Christmas. The flame has gone out and for some reason it will not refill with butane. I visited your site and discovered that the Airlighter I have (serial # 11BN512A716114, Model # BA001) does not even have a fuel gauge.

Obviously I am very interested in discovering what this is all about. I request that you advise me of what I can do to fix the problem or send me a new Airlighter.

Thank you, Henry Guerke
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Brian

I have the exact same issue. Just bought one myself and I suspect it is an older model that has been on the shelf for quite a while. How’d this resolve itself for you?