We take great pride in the unusual, yet practical nature of our products and the standard of service provided. As the manufacturer of the Grenadier Electric Firelighter we provide full service and spares support. Although, such is the quality of the Grenadier, we regularly hear of customers who still use their 60 year old model (Originally manufactured by Creda – The Domestic Appliance Manufacturer).
Grenadier Firelighters is mainly an online business but customers are very welcome to visit and can then purchase products without incurring delivery charge.
Grenadier Firelighters Limited Registered Office: Unit 3C,Barrowmore Enterprise Estate,Village Road,Great Barrow,Chester,CH3 7JS.Registered in England. Company Registration No: 2343444. VAT No: 539 5315 29
Grenadier are proud to be recommended by the renowned TV Presenter, Author and Professional Quizmaster, Bamber Gascoigne”
Bamber Gascoigne TV Presenter, Author and Quizmaster
“You can’t have an open fire and not own a Grenadier – this gadget is worth its weight in gold. The thought of lighting a fire using matches, paper and kindling is now inconceivable to me.”
Anthea Turner TV Presenter
“Grenadier are proud to be recommended by the renowned journalist, writer and broadcaster Sir Peregrine Worsthorne.”
Sir Peregrine Worsthorne Journalist, Writer and Broadcaster
“We are pleased to announce The Grenadier Firelighter has now been recommended by the acclaimed photographer, architectural historian, author and broadcaster Lady Lucinda Lambton.”
Lady Lucinda Lambton Writer, Photographer and Broadcaster
“The Grenadier Firelighter is recommended by Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer of Channel 4 television fame. The duo present the Location, Location, Location programme amongst many others”.
Phil and Kirsty from Channel 4 TV
“The easiest way to light a barbecue is to use a Grenadier Electric Firelighter. I have one of these for lighting barbecues, or for getting a nice fire going at home in the winter. These bits of kit are great because you don’t have to find dry wood or kindling or scrunch up bits of paper to get the fire started. But most important of all, there is absolutely no need to use any chemical firelighters or liquid fuels. It will even light wet wood and coals in just a few minutes! Please don’t use those little firelighter blocks you can buy in bags – they give off really dreadful fumes that will end up flavouring your food. Horrible.”
Jamie Oliver Chef, Restaurateur, Author, TV Presenter