The Searzall by Booker and Dax Lab, a studio based in New York City, is essentially a handheld broiler inspired by the design of a classic blowtorch. The purpose of such an exciting tweak is to get the effects of a blowtorch without that torch aftertaste. It achieves this by forcing the flame through two layers of heat-proof mesh, thus largely reducing the flame to radiant heat.
Although a modern concept, the Searzall by Booker and Dax Lab doesn't look very modern at all. Instead, it has a steampunk appeal that many might be drawn to for sheer love of all things industrial and antiquated. Perfect for the professional and home cook, it "puts the power of a bed of hot coals in the palm of your hand –instantly," the designers state.
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