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Metro Fulfillment House Kitchen Chef's Torch with Fuel Gauge
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- Restaurant quality desserts at home with Metro Home & Kitchen torch
- Perfect for a variety of uses including caramelizing sugars, browning meringue, or melting cheese on soup
- Powered with standard butane fuel containers, not included
- Features a fuel level indicator window so you know when it's time to refill
- Great gift idea for the kitchen enthusiast
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With the Metro All-Purpose Chef's Kitchen Torch you can make restaurant quality desserts at home. The perfect kitchen accessory and essential tool for preparing the classic crème Brule, but it also has a variety of other uses in the home kitchen including browning meringue and melting cheese on soup. Features a fuel level indicator window so you know when it's time to refill. Butane not included.
Top Customer Reviews
When you fill it, it may get air in it which will cause big flames when you first light it so don't overfill as it seems overfilling puts air in it which causes this... even so, if you just run it for about 30 seconds then it will stop it.
Torch seems to use the fuel efficiently in comparison to others.
You really won't find a better deal.
Really reliable as I had mine for months and had no issues. I bought a $50 Blazer and the thing had the fuel wheel fall off after a couple weeks.
Second, the safety switch. Dear god, the safety switch. There is no toggle on it, it manually resets everytime press you the igniter. Also, it will reset if you barely depress the button, so you have to be very quick and precise when lightning it otherwise the safety switch will pop up before you can ignite it, cutting off the gas supply.
It works, as in it can create flame, but I had to tape down the safety switch because it was so annoying and useless.
I'm going to return it, just don't buy it, period. Or any other ones that have this stupid safety switch design that has to be manually reset everytime you want to use the torch. Absolutely useless plastic piece of junk.