The WindTamer is a little tent for your outdoor cooking device. It keeps wind and rain from killing the flames and offers good heat distribution.
You’re out camping. You’ve pitched your tent, you’ve set up kitchen and you’re ready to cook.
There’s a tender rump steak you can’t wait to sink your teeth into.
…a little too breezy.
The wind’s pumping like a turbo-charged bellows and your gas cooker can’t keep up! A cash register rings in your head as your gas evaporates one canister after another.
You decide to use wood. There seems to be enough around.
Or so you thought…
You manage to get the fire going but your coals turn to ash in no time. You pile on more wood, and more wood, and more, but it burns up and wafts away.
Will you be tasting that juicy steak tonight? Doesn’t look like it. You should have brought a few tins of food…
But there’s a better way to take control of your camp cooking, even in terrible conditions…
A Southern Californian campground owner has designed something you might want.
It’s a simple, yet brilliant, concept. It’s a little tent for your cooking appliance.
It’s called the WindTamer.
- place your WindTamer on a table
- Place your cooking device inside the WindTamer
- Enjoy cooking without the hassle of wind, or with less hassle from wind and no hassle from rain
The mechanics of the WindTamer is more complex. Don’t worry about that. What’s important to know? The WindTamer regulates incoming air and distributes heat better.