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Hand-Powered Crank Bellows

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Stoke the campfire or grill

This small, versatile, lightweight hand bellows packs well for your next camping or beach trip.
Simply hold 6" to 8" away from hot embers and turn the crank clockwise to produce a continuous air flow to assist in starting the grill, heat stove or campfire.

  • No electricity or batteries needed
  • The included three plastic adapters make it possible to inflate small beach toys, rafts and air beds
  • Remove the handy bottle opener from the end of the handle and matches may be stored inside
  • 13"Lx2 5/8"Wx4"H
  • 1/2 lb
  • Imported

Customer Reviews of Hand-Powered Crank Bellows
Product Rating: 1.0 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 4/19/2011
said: Brooks King
"This product blows. No, really it does. Unfortunately, it is extremely noisy. We intended to use it in the backyard to help start the fire in our chimenea. Our neighbors and their dogs have asked us to move or get a bellows..."
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- 9/27/2010
said: Keith
"Please don't buy this ChiCom Crap, I think Leman's should really look at this product.Just I was showing off at the campsite, On how well it fanned a fire the little rascal boke I mean really broke. The handle broke & the gear inside. Don't try to inflate anything not even a 2 penny ballon!!! Piece of ChiCom Junk!!!"
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- 2/26/2010
said: Mary
"This product was a disappointment. It was of inferior quality compared to the mostly metal bellows that we had been given as a gift many years ago from Brookstone. This product is mostly, if not all, plastic and the crank is very resistant when turned."
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- 12/17/2009
said: Richard S
"Product was made in China. It had a cheap feel (plastic) and did not blow much air for the amount of work required. We returned it!"
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