Best Fireplace Bellows
Last Updated: December 18 2016
Sometimes it can be difficult to keep a fire going or get your charcoal grill heated up quickly. This is where a bellows comes in.
Used for centuries in blacksmith shops, bellows blow a steady direct stream of air wherever you point it. Since fires depend on oxygen, a blast of air from a bellows gets your fire going in a hurry.
No more fanning newspaper, or getting light-headed from trying to blow on a weak fire!
Panacea Products 15312 Fireplace Bellows Review
The outer shell is powder coated which increases durability. The air is directed out of the black metal tip.
Take this with you when you go camping to speed up the campfire in those cold early mornings. Can also be used in home fireplaces or with charcoal grills.
Tosnail Bellows for Wood and Coal Fires Review
The 16 inch long and 7 inch wide bellows will work great with small or medium sized fires.
The durable construction is designed to operate safely near fires without melting. But do not keep it near the fire too long!
A handy strap is attached for easy hanging, or storage.
Uniflame Hand Carved Bellows Review
The beautiful hand carved wood design will look good in your house even when not being used. The Naugahyde leather bellows mechanism directs air out of the cast metal nozzle
This model is 17 and a half inches long. Can be used with a variety of fires.
Johnny Beard Company White Pine Bellows Review
I recommend this if you plan to use it a lot, that is what is designed for, rigorous use.
Coming in at 21 inches long and and 8 inches wide this bellows is made of durable white pine.
The pine panels are attached to strong, flexible leather by metal rivets.
Handmade in Tulsa Oklahoma.