Friday, May 7, 2021
Our total Fancy Flames collection already included everything in the field of hardware, firewood, torches, but also fire starters. This season we have completed our collection and made it a total collection of firelighters and fuels. Every Fire Friday we try to highlight a special sub-category for you. This week, the spotlight is on tumble torches, oil lamps and their corresponding fuels.
The tumble torch finds its origins in America, where they were used in the 1950s to warn drivers of upcoming construction. Nowadays, they are industrial eye-catchers for any garden or balcony.
At the bottom, the tumble torch is weighted with gravel so that it erects itself if the torch is thrown off balance. Even in heavy winds, the flame won't blow out, because the tumbler torch is equipped with a very thick wick and will burn for more than 40 hours before it needs to be refilled.
The tumble torches are available in various designs. A stand is available separately.
Each type of lighting has its own unique characteristics and requires its own specific fuel. For the tumble torch we have different types of oil available. For example, we have special bio citronella lamp oil for outdoors. With the upcoming warm summer nights, this is an absolute must-have in your assortment! This biodegradable citronella chases away mosquitoes and other bugs - your customer will kills two birds with one stone; enjoying atmospheric lighting without vermin. A nice bonus: the bottle comes with a handy pouring cap.
Eye-catcher in your store
We develop practical and eye-catching in-store solutions for the torches/oil lamps and their corresponding fuels. Now, you can place the new fuels and hardware in your shop - appealing and fast. We can deliver our shelf plan including signage above the shelf.
Read all about the complete Fancy Flames collection
More Fire Friday:
Fire Friday: It's time to BBQ! Outdoor cooking and smoking
Fire Friday: Fuel is key! All about fuels
Fire Friday: Let's start with some fun!
Fire Friday: Handy fireplace tools! Everything for a blazing fire
Fire Friday: Wood seeks abode