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    Full Disclosure: BBQ Dragon

    There was point yesterday that I actually said out loud, " man if I only had a BBQ Dragon right now"

    just sayin

    #2
    Just don't drop it on the garage floor. Thats what I did now mine doesn't work.

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      #3
      I'm sorry spin but that made me laugh. Not at you at all just hit me funny.

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      • Spinaker
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        hahaha, no worries man. I wasn't that attached to it in the first place. Sh#% happens.

      #4
      So, if not BBQ Dragon, what's a better alternative? Personally, I creatively use a balloon pump (I'm an amature balloon artist), and it works great. It's just a manual effort.

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        #5
        Originally posted by scottranda View Post
        So, if not BBQ Dragon, what's a better alternative? Personally, I creatively use a balloon pump (I'm an amature balloon artist), and it works great. It's just a manual effort.
        Not sure, I know a lot of people like the dragon . I rarely used it. I was just hoping for more durability than that.

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          #6
          I got this little air pump for blowing up rubber boats... I have used that a few times, seems to work good

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            #7
            I love my BBQ Dragon. I highly recommend it.

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              #8
              I got one back in January and haven't taken it out of the box yet

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                #9
                30 seconds with this and your fire is going every time, cheap to keep going, take anywhere and use for all kinds of things.
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                • jholmgren
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                  Oh yeah, that puppy will burn cream like nobody's business. Mine is a bit older, but same idea.

                • _John_
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                  Yeah, great for quick hot dogs too when kids are hungry for more but burgers are on.

                • Spinaker
                  Spinaker commented
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                  I agree!! thats why I haven't missed my Dragon and didn't really care when it didn't survive the drop on the garage floor.

                #10
                Originally posted by John View Post
                30 seconds with this and your fire is going every time, cheap to keep going, take anywhere and use for all kinds of things.
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                +1 on this. Works like a champ.

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                  #11
                  Trust me I needed more that 30 secs with a torch. Got lots of them in my tool box. Big and small. They work GREAT! Not the same class of tool in my mind. : )







                  Anybody remember these from the early day of the pit: Click image for larger version

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                  I'm going to try and mod this as a DIY dragon since it dosent fit on my Spirt. Could be fun.

                  Last edited by Jon Solberg; September 29, 2015, 11:45 AM.

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                    #12
                    I occasionally use the Dragon with charcoal, it only takes about fifteen seconds to get it rip roaring. I use it mostly with my stickburner, blow it in the intake vent and it works magic for a good hot fire. I usually keep mine on the lowest setting and it lasts all day with good rechargeable batteries.

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                      #13
                      LOL Jon Solberg ! I was thinking just that on Sumday as I was inhaling some rough smoke to blow into the corner of the SnS on Sunday! Too funny.

                      But I think I like your torch idea better. I had thought about grabbing #1s hair dryer, but I'd already used it to defrost a freezer that hadn't been thawed in YEARS. I only have so much stupidity left in me.

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