HP Inkology Program #inkology #HPInkChallenge @ThomAtHP
I have been testing out two HP printers for the past few weeks with HP…
I recently was made aware of the product FlameDisk from Buzz Cooperative PR pitch email that goes out once a week and I just knew this would be a great product to try. My family is often enjoying a nice BBQ dinner whenever the sun is out, even in the Winter time. Since we don’t own a BBQ grill other than our charcoal one which I can’t stand eating off of I thought FlameDisk would be the perfect addition to our BBQ needs.
Created by SoloGear, FlameDisk is a product that puts off as much heat as charcoal but without the hassle. FlameDisk is convenient in that it offers easy transportation, storage and clean up. This is a safe product that emits 99 percent less carbon monoxide than charcoal and after grilling has no lingering, dangerous hot coals. Made from recyclable materials, the FlameDisk features clean-burning renewable bio-fuel with no petroleum or fossil fuel components. One FlameDisk provides plenty of cooking time for at least two rounds of most foods and cooks at about the same rate of charcoal.
Whatever you enjoy grilling, for me it is hot dogs or hamburgers for others it may be veggie’s, chicken or another food item, the FlameDisk is your answer to convenience, safety, and performance. I personally love that FlameDisk is easy to transport because I have three children with diaper bags and car seats, really I don’t need an extra item to carry along with me that is going to take up much needed space in my vehicle when we head out to have our dinner at the beach via BBQ.
Make it a Happy Day!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written on behalf of a campaign listed on Buzz Cooperative for FlameDisk. I received the product or item being given away mentioned in this review for free by a PR firm or the business directly in hopes I would share the product with my readers and was not paid any money for my opinion. All opinions are 100% mine. For more details on this dislcosure, please visit my Disclosure Policy page.