PITTSBURGH, July 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- "We've noticed that when building a fire everyone tries to build a teepee-style unit which easily falls over or the fire goes out due to lack of oxygen," said one of two inventors from Hooksett, New Hampshire. "This inspired us to develop a means to support pieces of wood upright."
They developed the SPIDER FIRE, patent-pending, that could save time and effort while creating an attractive fire. This invention makes it easier to start as well as feed a campfire as the wood would remain neatly configured in a teepee shape. Additionally, it would provide enhanced safety by reducing the risk of being burned while adding wood.
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