Professional Fit on Top Torch Lighter

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  • Brands Newport Zero
  • Product Code: NFOT001
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  • $35.00

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The Best Kitchen Torch in 2020

Have you ever watched a cooking show and saw the way the chefs used a gun-like kitchen gadget throwing flames at their dish or dessert like a superhero and wished you could have it as well? The awesome tool they were using is something called a kitchen torch with alternative names like a culinary torch or cooking torch and is a type of butane torch.

Fit on top Butane Torch

This torch lighter can develop flames of temperatures as high as 1300 degree Celsius (2,372 F). These can be used to bring out textures and flavors in the food you cook, through techniques that involve using the kitchen torch.

If you are serious and passionate about cooking, or simply want to try out interesting cooking techniques using the kitchen torch, it is a must-have in your kitchen gadget collection.

Premium Torch Lighter

Just as much as the quality of the ingredients you use affects the quality of your cooking, so do the gadgets you use in your kitchen. This is why it is always wiser to go for a high-quality product when it comes to choosing a kitchen tool.

When it comes to a tool like a kitchen torch that involves high-temperature flames, there is an additional aspect that you have to keep in mind, which is safety, both for yourself and the people who are in your surroundings when you use the equipment.

Torch Lighter Features

  • Flame Temp Up to 1300 degree Celsius (2,372 F)
  • Adjustable Flame
  • Valve Connection EN417

Note: Only work with Newport Zero cylinder. Clean and no odor, best for cooking, extra purified butane gas. Made in England.


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Warning This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov