The continuous button lets you rest your finger for extended flame or fan times. Simply press the Continuos Button while pushing forward on the Main Control Switch to lock in the flame. Or use it while pulling backwards on the Main Control Switch to lock the fan. You can stop continuous mode by pushing forward (or pulling if on fan mode) again on the Main Control Switch until you hear the “click” of the button releasing.
The adjustable handle lets optimize the Airlighter’s position for the most comfortable handling. There are 3 positions, straight, 45 degree and 90 degree. To adjust the handle, press the round grey button on the top of the Airlighter and move the handle until you hear it click into the position you like best.
Shining down the length of the barrel the flashlight lets you can see what you’re lighting at all times and is convenient for finding your wood in the dark. The flashlight button is the grey rubber button located on the left side of the Airlighter. Just push the button to turn on and off.
Hanging hook / bottle opener
The hanging hook / bottle opener is located on the bottom of the Airlighter.
The Airlighter is a very safe method for lighting fires but, like all fire lighting, you should be cautious when using it. These safety tips should be followed, always.
The Airlighter is a serious tool and should always be out of reach of children.
The Airlighter has fuel under pressure. Never refill an Airlighter near lit wood or coals or any other heat source.
Take care not to overfill your Airlighter. Be sure to look at the “MAX line” in the window while filling. Don’t worry, if you happen to accidentally overfill your tank, you can call our customer service on +1 (845) 258-9903 and we can help you correct the fault.
The flame can be difficult to see in direct sunlight. Never point the flame at people or flammable objects.
Never hang the Airlighter from a grill or leave it near a heat source.
The Airlighter is not designed for moving logs or coals, just lighting them quickly. To prevent damaging the unit, it’s best not to push it into the hot coals to try to move them around.