Auspit Outdoor Rotisseries Launches Auspit v2.0 Just In Time For Father's Day
As an official sponsor of Father’s Day, Auspit Outdoor Rotisseries launched two new product upgrades just in time—a new and improved Spit Bar on all models and a free extra set of Squeezeloc Spikes with all new All-Stainless Auspit Kits.
People are always looking for a special gift for fathers this time of year and Auspit is one that is sure to delight even the father who is thought to have everything. Guys and cool BBQ gear, how can you go wrong? The award-winning Auspit is a revolutionary portable cordless rotisserie which can be used over a fire pit in the backyard or over a campfire by a lake to prepare some of the best meals around.
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“At Auspit, we are always looking for ways to improve and expand our product offerings and this upgrade is in direct response to requests from our customers,” said Jonny Rotisserie, Chief Kangaroo at Auspit North America. “It is a great step forward.”
In addition, as part of upgrading the product line, Auspit North America is now including a free extra set of Squeezeloc Spikes, Auspit’s proprietary skewers, with its All-Stainless kits, a $9.50 value. Unique worldwide, Auspit Squeezeloc Spikes (http://www.auspitbbq.com/
Both the Basic and All-Stainless Kits already included one long and one short Squeezeloc Spike. Now the All-Stainless Auspit Kit includes two long and two short Squeezeloc Spikes at no extra charge.
“We are extremely excited about these new developments and look forward to continuing to improve and expand our unique rotisserie offerings,” Jonny Rotisserie added, “and Happy Father’s Day guys!”
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So simple, so delicious, Auspit is an innovative battery-powered rotisserie that can be used from the back woods to the back yard. It holds up to 18 pounds and two D-sized batteries drive the motor up to 90 hours. Auspit accessories are unique worldwide.
HGTV chose Auspit as one of the "Top 10 Products of 2010" and it is featured in the June 2010 issue of Outside Magazine.
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