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Turboflame Lighter - now £4.99 delivered !

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[mod] 9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago
This Turboflame Lighter now reduced to just £4.99 delivered @ Play.com!

Details: This revolutionary lighter makes ignition as easy as it will ever be! Turbo flame lighters are the answer to your problems. This all metal lighter blasts out a needle sized, jet like flame with a tip temperature that exceeds 1300 Deg C. Not only that, it will light at any angle and keep burning no matter how windy it is, it even includes a crafty reflector that reflects the flame light onto the object you are trying to light. These lighters really are a must have item for any outdoor enthusiast. Colour will vary between red, blue, chrome or gun metal

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[mod]#1
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[*]Cast metal case
[*]Platinum catalyzer coil
[*]Electronic piezo igniter
[*]Wind resistant
[*]Built in light reflector (emergency light source)
[*]Refillable using standard lighter gas
[*]Powerful laser jet flame/adjustable height
[*]1300°c Flame[/LIST]
#2
I never found a better lighter than my trusty Zippo. A spare pack of flints and some lighter fluid is all you need for 24/7 lights in a force 8 gale :)
ps. the blowback can sometimes take your hand hair off. Ouch.
#3
can get torch style lighters cheaper on most markets if you just look around 4.99 isnt particularly cheap.
#4
4% Quidco for this aswell.
#5
1duck
can get torch style lighters cheaper on most markets if you just look around 4.99 isnt particularly cheap.

Depends on the quality. Market stuff tends to burn the heater coil and end up in the bin after a week in my experience. I dare say this one would last longer.
[mod]#6
Just don't think about lighting anything with it outside your own home or the Politically correct police will be on you like a shot. :roll:
#7
they work really well when lighting big Havanna cigars (outside, of course)
#8
These have been £5.99 (I think) for awhile is I was looking at getting one about 1 month ago.
#9
1duck
can get torch style lighters cheaper on most markets if you just look around 4.99 isnt particularly cheap.


But, can you return it 9 months later, when it doesnt work anymore? :whistling:
#10
Up to five years later in fact :)

Decent lighter, got mine earlier this year at the £3.99 price too. Although they don't go out easily, you still need to compensate for the wind when the flame is being blown horizontally.

dcx, I had problems refilling it initially. Standard tin of Ronson/Swan etc, no adaptor, lighter and tin upside down etc. Took a bit of practice but got the knack eventually. You might need to bleed it in case it's got some trapped air in it.
[mod]#11
Thanks for all the replies & extra info :)
#12
Nookster
Up to five years later in fact :)

Decent lighter, got mine earlier this year at the £3.99 price too. Although they don't go out easily, you still need to compensate for the wind when the flame is being blown horizontally.

dcx, I had problems refilling it initially. Standard tin of Ronson/Swan etc, no adaptor, lighter and tin upside down etc. Took a bit of practice but got the knack eventually. You might need to bleed it in case it's got some trapped air in it.

in my local outdoor shop they sell a special adapter for refilling these. problem is its twice the price of the lighter.
#13
social lurker
they work really well when lighting big Havanna cigars (outside, of course)



I alway's thought you should use a match to light a cigar?, as it leads to a better taste ( ?! )


K
#14
Mathces are good because they have quite a "neutral flavour" as opposed to Zippo style petrol lighters which have a distinct smell and will taint your cigar.

The turbo lighters are great because they burn all the fuel (give a blue flame) and given an even temperaturne troughout making lighting cigars a doddle.

Matches are great for ligthing and showing off, but if you just want to light your cigar and smoke it, these are so much better.
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