Searzall Torch Attachment

Now you’re cooking with fire.

Blowtorching to sear food while cooking is a good way to add a unique flavor to your food, but the practice can be dangerous not to mention the off-putting smell it produces. To create the perfect searing temperature use the Searzall Torch Attachment, a nifty blowtorch attachment that forces the thin flame of a blowtorch through two layers of fine, high-temperature-resistant wire mesh. This produces a consistent, evenly spread flame that sears food safely without any pungent burning odor. And that’s how you professionally finish your food, no years of chef-like cooking experience required.

$61 – $75
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It’s a culinary blowtorch attachment

This innovative product is the invention of chef and author Dave Arnold at Booker and Dax in New York. The handheld radiant boiler was brought to life via Kickstarter’s online crowd-funding platform. It successfully garnered $226,425 of funding through 2,811 backers in December of 2013.

Searzall Torch Attachment uses its patent-pending cone-shaped chamber to force the flame to pass through 2 layers of super-heated mesh that drastically increases the temperature and spreads the flame evenly while also converting some to infra-red radiant heat. A thick outer wire safety cage is also included in the torch accessory in order to prevent you or anything from touching its hot fiery head.

The result? Food is cooked quicker minus the cons of blowtorching.

Awesome product features

  • Flavor friendly torching: This is a carefully engineered attachment that is specifically designed to bring out your blowtorch’s full potential. It can shape, moderate and control the flame, avoiding the dreaded torch taste and making it easier to preserve your food’s flavor.
  • Advance special mesh coating: With its Palladium mesh finish this blowtorch attachment is able to produce higher temperatures with the added benefit of better oxidation resistance, which means less rusting and more torching power.
  • Perfectly structured for your cooking comfort: Having a handy dimension of 4.2 by 5.2 by 4.5 inches and just weighing a little over 4 ounces, Searzall Torch Attachment is made to be lightweight and ergonomic, lessening hand strain and making it very easy to quickly maneuver while searing.

Who will appreciate this as a gift

Let’s face it blowtorching any kind of food is fun, this is a fact whether you’re a seasoned Michelin star chef or an amateur cook.

In other words, people who enjoy cooking and those who actually use the kitchen are going to love Searzall Torch Attachment, and why wouldn’t they? With all of the upgrades it offers, blowtorching life so much better! Anyone can use it to finish their favorite dishes from salmon, steak, fig all the way to the classic crème brûlée.

Because you need to know

After heavy-usage, how long will it take for the Searzall Torch Attachment to cool off?

Its chamber’s thin and wide metal design allows for quick and efficient heat dispersion. On average, it takes about 7 minutes for the attachment’s head to fully cool down.

Which part of this product is susceptible to breaking?

The mesh at the end of the attachment is the part that is most prone to breakage. But don’t worry since replacement parts can easily be ordered from the manufacturer.

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