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Snow Peak GigaPower 2 Way Torch


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    5 Reviews


    The Snopeak Gigapower 2-Way Torch is great for starting fires, just don't attempt any DIY welding projects with it.

    Start campfires, charcoal, or bonfires in a flash on your next camping trip with the Snow Peak GigaPower 2 Way Torch. If this 14,000 BTU flame-thrower were anymore powerful it would be a portable welder. A generator inside the torch-head allows the 2-Way torch to work upside down—a handy feature for light lanterns or charcoal grills. Use this hand held torch with either canisters (butane-propane canisters commonly used with camp stoves) or Snow Peak GigaPower cartridges. A wire flame control handle lets you adjust the flame output, so you don't have to use it in full flame thrower mode just to light dry tinder.
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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I'm sure this thing has tons of practical uses, although I'm not sure the reasons I bought it would fly under that category, it's still worth it in every way. The only things I wanted to do with it were to start campfires when I camp in sub freezing temps (even with dry wood, paper, and a good lighter, it's almost impossible without this torch because there's simply not enough heat without it), and to warm my hands and climbing shoes (from a very safe distance) while climbing in the winter. Sure, you could do all kinds of things like make brownies, or solder a CB radio--it's a pretty sweet little tool. Never ben unsatisfied with anything I've ever bought from Snow Peak--especially their gas-canister-powered-stuff: lanterns, stoves, torches

    A little fire breathing dragon.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Imagine Beavis clutching his fists and ranting "Fire! Fire! Fire!! ". You will too when you get this blowtorch. It is fricken insane. When it is upright it is calm, but when you tip it on its side or upside down this thing SCREAMS. I used it while we did our remodel and we were camping out of the garage for the summer. I was able to brown steaks, toast bread and make pizzas with a pizza stone over a portable stove and this thing torching the top. The possibilities are endless. Starting a campfire, starting briquettes without fluid and scaring the shit out of anyone in the close vicinity.

    Makes a great cheap grill\oven

      I'm pretty sure this is one of the only iso\butane or lindel valve compatible blow torches out there. And if you also happen to use iso\butane stoves or lanterns this would make a great addition to your expedition kit if you're on a motorbike or 4x4.

      BC put a little gag as to not use it for any DIY welding projects, however the torch gets plenty hot enough to break down any type of automotive glue or hardener (loctite, certain JB weld products, e.t.c.)

      Out of sheer boredom I seared a steak for about a minute on each side holding this about 8-12" away from said steak. They were small fillet mignons (about 5" around and 1" thick). They came out a little past medium well but they were great.

      After that, more horseplay ensued and someone had a metal cookie sheet and was going to use his stove\oven contraption to try and make pilsbury chocolate chip cookies.I took said cookie tray, placed a dozen cookies on, and balanced the tray on two stoves, I then proceeded to blowtorch the bottom of the cookie tray (it was metal, not aluminum though). After about 7 or so minutes we had soft and chewy chocolate chip cookies. yum!

      Unanswered Question

      Is there any reason why this wouldn't work with a butane/propane mix? It has the same attachment. I'm guessing it may be harder to stay lit in colder temps but just wanted to check to make sure I'm not missing something.