The Best Made Bellow

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The Best Made Bellow

The ace up the fire maker’s sleeve, bellows get the job done more efficiently than even the strongest pair of lungs. A custom design, the Best Made Bellow is handmade in the Hudson Valley and constructed from bronze-coated aluminum and heavyweight waxed canvas.


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The ace up the fire maker’s sleeve, bellows get the job done more efficiently than even the strongest pair of lungs. A custom design, the Best Made Bellow is handmade in the Hudson Valley and constructed from bronze-coated aluminum and heavyweight waxed canvas.

Story

When a good blow just won’t cut it, this is the ace up the fire maker’s sleeve. Bellows get the job done much more efficiently than even the strongest pair of lungs — without making you lightheaded. Custom designed in partnership with Blow, the Best Made Bellow is handmade in the Hudson Valley and constructed with an eye to craftsmanship and style. 100% vegan and made to stand up to years of hard use, it’s built with bronze-coated aluminum handles for strength and weight and a heavyweight waxed canvas fabric to ensure the best airflow. Emblazoned with Best Made’s signature Famous Red slash, keep this bellow by your fireplace or campfire for whenever you need a little extra help getting those flames crackling.

Specs
  • 10" long x 15" wide x 5" thick
Materials
  • Milled aluminum handles with black anodized aluminum tip
  • Poplar top and bottom to minimize weight and maximize strength
  • Metal Hinge with wooden overlay
Origin
  • Made in the U.S.A.
Care
  • Bellows can be stored next to the fire, but should be kept away from extreme heat
  • If dirty, wipe the exterior with a damp cloth
  • It's perfectly fine to hang them from the handles
  • Although it's quite strong, be careful to not drop the bellow on the aluminum tip
Notes

How to use Blow Bellows:

  • Open and close the bellow with smooth, steady strokes. This provides the smoothest airflow to stoke the fire.
  • Aim the nozzle at the base of the fire, where it provides the most benefit.
  • Keep the bellow about 12-18 inches from the fire.
  • A long even stroke is better than short rapid strokes — you're not trying to blow the ashes around, just provide consistent airflow to stimulate the flame. The bellow is very air efficient, so you don't need much pressure.