Don't Start a BBQ with OXYGEN! It's Not Safe
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In this video we're taking several different methods of starting charcoals and putting them to the test- which one is the fastest?
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  • Trysten Trysten
    Trysten Trysten

    Can you test the easiest way to start coal on fire

  • Ankle Donna
    Ankle Donna

    Pre-soak half the briquettes in liquid oxygen, mix all together in the chimney, and light remotely. (Don't be anywhere near it when the fire starts!)

  • Grayson Foga
    Grayson Foga

    *at the oxygen part* Congratulations, you've built a blast furnace

  • Regina Kim
    Regina Kim

    Could you start a charcoal fire for a barbecue with liquid oxygen?

  • Susie Wong
    Susie Wong

    i think the fastesr way is to try everything at once

  • Lazy Pharaoh
    Lazy Pharaoh

    This video has the vibe of being a subliminal commercial for charcoal chimneys

  • J C
    J C

    How about soaking the charcoal briquettes in liquid oxygen?

  • Matt Dresslaer
    Matt Dresslaer

    I use a hairdryer that no longer heats up as my fan. The same one I use for my forge.

  • Kornbert der Maiskolben
    Kornbert der Maiskolben

    soak active charcoal in liquid oxygen then light it. FIRESTARTER.

  • The Dusty Shredder
    The Dusty Shredder

    Instead of drilling a bunch of large holes in the tube and cranking the knob, maybe see what fewer, smaller holes does when directed toward the center and top of the chimney, while slowly increasing the o2 feed.

  • nicholas olson
    nicholas olson

    electric charcoal starting in chimney

  • Vikram Krishnan
    Vikram Krishnan

    LOX - liquid oxygen?

  • jacksoned13
    jacksoned13

    If I go to a cookout where they use lighter fluid, I am leaving. I am not eating that nasty food.

  • Lee Lauer
    Lee Lauer

    That's the slowest chimney I've seen. Never takes me 30mins using one.

  • Chris Powers
    Chris Powers

    Also what about the fan under the chimney starter??

  • Chris Powers
    Chris Powers

    Using lump hardwood charcoal with the chimney will burn so much easier... it takes 0 time

  • Pheonix Media
    Pheonix Media

    please test the charcoal starter on the door knob. would love to see it without movie magic

  • Madeleine Klinger
    Madeleine Klinger

    Me: Ahem, the FASTEST method to start charcoal is LIQUID OXYGEN

    • TheAttacker732
      TheAttacker732

      @Robert Lockard The point is to have a fire that isn't trying to poison you though... Even using ozone as an oxidizer isn't prone to doing that.

    • Robert Lockard
      Robert Lockard

      @TheAttacker732 Try Flourine...... (#9 on the periodic table), it's an even more aggressive oxidizer than liquid oxygen

    • TheAttacker732
      TheAttacker732

      Liquid ozone would probably beat that. Although there's a chance that it'll just explode horribly on contact.

  • Majd Ghazale
    Majd Ghazale

    Bbq tip: use a leaf blower

  • M T
    M T

    Hi ! Nice vid, where are you from ? I'm french and i understand your accent so well !

  • PewPewsAlote
    PewPewsAlote

    anyone else think that charcoal looks super tastey?

  • Jack S
    Jack S

    Should have done this experiment during winter

  • VIPER410
    VIPER410

    What would happen if you used oxygen in the foundry? Would it raise the temperatures to melt high melting point materials?

  • MadLad
    MadLad

    We have not had a drop of rain hardly the whole entire year.

  • gosedjuret1
    gosedjuret1

    Test the home alone traps

  • Jacob Armstrong
    Jacob Armstrong

    I start mine with a propane torch you use for burning weeds etc

  • Look who's Talking
    Look who's Talking

    What if you soak charcoal in liquid oxygen before starting

  • Momo Tab Tutino
    Momo Tab Tutino

    Normaly we put the fan a the botom of a chemny and it get faster to ignite

  • santino bonora
    santino bonora

    @the king of random.. Next time use a heat gun for removing paint.. Its mutch easier and safer because you direct the heat. I would say 5 to 10 min for a large bbq

  • sidn3y ofc
    sidn3y ofc

    Hey Nate, How is life? I don't know, its alright. I've been dealing with some things like every human being and really didn't sleep muchlast night. I'm sorry. Thats fine. Like you know it

  • tastyfrzz1
    tastyfrzz1

    Put the charcoal in a bag. Pipe in oxygen and just hold it a minute. Then pour into grill and light. It will absorb the gas and burn like a flare.

  • Ocean House
    Ocean House

    Liquid oxygen soaked into charcoal is a high explosive, don't do it!!!!!

  • Tammy Medaris
    Tammy Medaris

    When using the propAne to light the chimney, the flames from the propane were using all the oxygrn that was supposed to be coming thru the bottom...in turn the top didn't get maximum air circulation to start

  • Tomas Urban
    Tomas Urban

    For me, i use Nurd Rage's method like a true chemist.

  • Eugene Vorpagel
    Eugene Vorpagel

    Video idea try to make a door knob glow with heat with the electric charcoal lighter

  • Crazy
    Crazy

    Heads up, you put too much charcoal into that chimney. They also work better with lump and not briquettes. My personal favorite is the heat gun most home owners have in their garage. Stack the lump charcoal like you would for lighter fluid, set the heat gun near the bottom and let it rip. It usually only takes a few minutes to get the charcoal started and you can move the thing around. I'm usually ready to cook in 10 minutes. Looking to upgrade a chimney to use the heat gun to maximize efficiency and make it great for smoking.

  • poooop89
    poooop89

    Chimney and lighter fluid works best

  • Raymond Wu
    Raymond Wu

    Just use a blow torch and it will take around 2-3mins as well

  • Jimmy b
    Jimmy b

    eeah a hot airgun? takes 1 min

  • Micheal Duke
    Micheal Duke

    Should have soaked charcoal in liquid oxygen.

  • Alex Smith
    Alex Smith

    "Today we're going to see what is the Fastest way to get charcoal started for your barbecue." My INSTANT Response: "But Match-Light Charcoal."

  • Kavin Jebastin
    Kavin Jebastin

    Bruh what's with the polarized filter?

  • Fábio Bonilha
    Fábio Bonilha

    Try the cheaper and easy way: paper towel and used cooking oil. Simple like that.

  • Frozen Magma
    Frozen Magma

    I thought thermite was the fastest way to share the grill

  • revdev 04
    revdev 04

    Is no one gonna talk about the phone at 4:08?

  • Juggalo University
    Juggalo University

    I almost feel bad for Nate... Almost...

  • Logan Mangels
    Logan Mangels

    I put lighter fluid in my chimney, it takes about 15

  • avram ioan
    avram ioan

    try to use liquid oxygen to start a charcoal

  • Rebecca Abbott
    Rebecca Abbott

    Just use a flame thrower

  • Johannes Stein
    Johannes Stein

    BBQ Dragon? mor like BAD Dragon ^^ xD

  • moongazer 07
    moongazer 07

    Rip

  • Rob Skimin
    Rob Skimin

    Tape a sparkler to a glass bite full of liquid oxygen and throw it at a wall. Molotov cocktail

  • Shawn Charisma
    Shawn Charisma

    Who wants to see them soak the charcoal in liquid oxygen and light it shouldn't need any lighter fluid with that?

  • Sergio Solórzano
    Sergio Solórzano

    13:26 try in a coal iron forge, that should endure the heat from the oxygen better

  • Tyler J Dennis
    Tyler J Dennis

    Have you considered liquid oxygen

  • bargainbin22
    bargainbin22

    May be time for a new grill.

  • DiabloMinero
    DiabloMinero

    Have you seen Nurdrage's "How a Chemist Lights a Barbecue"?

  • Oie White
    Oie White

    Just use TNT it work great I use just wood

  • Burnt Chickennugget
    Burnt Chickennugget

    Try using all of them at the same time

  • Robert Testa
    Robert Testa

    You guys should do a home alone episode where you test and recreate the stuff that happened in the movie.

  • Saphira Wings
    Saphira Wings

    Do a video testing home alone traps; including the door knob one

  • Purple Hyper
    Purple Hyper

    Just use a flint and steel m8

  • God Yeeter
    God Yeeter

    Ah yes *liquid oxygen* is *definitely* a common way to *ignite charcoal.*

  • Holy frijoles Vlogs
    Holy frijoles Vlogs

    4:50 did Cali just meow?!😂😂

  • Colin Rogers
    Colin Rogers

    At work we used to start it with an oxy acetylene torch lol

  • I welcome to Cameron Walls LEGO Chile’s
    I welcome to Cameron Walls LEGO Chile’s

    Lol 11:22 11:23

  • GrimReaper1st
    GrimReaper1st

    Try using Liquid Oxygen to speed up your charcoal.

  • Tech4All
    Tech4All

    If you want charcoal that lights well and stays lit for a long time don’t use Kingsford! Get lump charcoal

  • mikeal parker
    mikeal parker

    I use a burner as well but its the big style one that you use for crawfish boiling.

  • Chris Baugh
    Chris Baugh

    The king of randdom should try some standard brands of charcoal and test witch lights fastest

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