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Posted again! Stock back in for those who missed out last time.
Posted last week-http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/zippo-chrome-hand-warmer-up-to-12-h/806803/#post9899242

Please note I originally put this on when it was £16.50 then £17.99 now £19.99 but it keeps fluctuating so i will try to keep up with the price changes and update accordingly.

Its now back in stock at Amazon at £18.95 with free delivery....we all really need one now with the cold snap!!

Cold hands, warm heart? What claptrap. If your hands are cold, everything else is brass monkeys too. That’s why a decent hand warmer is just the ticket. But keeping warm and looking cool isn’t easy. So thank goodness the ultra stylish Zippo Hand Warmer is such hot stuff!

Brought to you by the bods behind the world’s most iconic lighter, this gleaming hand warmer looks like the kind of thing James Dean might have used to warm his mitts. But the Zippo is more than just a pretty face because it radiates serious heat without a flame, as it cleverly utilises a technique called catalytic combustion. It’s like having a full-on fire in your pocket without all the coal, twigs and messy burny bits.


Warming bagThanks to a platinum catalysed glass fibre burner (no, not a clue), the gorgeously crafted Zippo can produce up to ten times more heat than rival hand warmers and lasts up to 12 hours with a single 12ml filling of lighter fuel. Amazing!

Operating the Zippo is easier than losing your gloves. Simply remove the lid, light the burner, wait for the clever indicator bar to turn red (there’s no flame, remember), pop it back in its protective warming bag (this baby gets really hot) and Jack Frost’s your second uncle twice removed. Mmm... instant warmth.

Weighing in at a mere 272 grams, the Zippo is ideal for campers, skiers, fishermen, mountaineers, football fans, festival goers and anyone else prone to chilly mitts. Blowing into cupped hands? Bah! Fondling a Zippo is where it’s at.

As the title states. I know this was posted over a month ago, but it was expired as they ran out of stock...so reposted now the snow may be on the way!!

Surely the coolest way to stay warm in these chilly climes, the Zippo is destined to become the hand warmer of choice amongst sub-zero trend setters across the land. So hit the Buy button (assuming you can get your mittens off) and get your mitts on one pronto.


Fill with lighter fluid Ignite the burner Place in protective warming bag
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#1
Cheers, ordered. Anyone who has one, are they any good?
#2
ianm55
Cheers, ordered. Anyone who has one, are they any good?


very good, you fill it twice for the first use and mine was going for 35hours 30 mins on its first burn !!!

Think Im going to buy another for my other pocket now lol
#3
Hot. I ordered yesterday through a Amazon seller for £17.90.:(
#4
£14.99 from IWOOT last week but as yet not posted, thinking about cancelling
#5
nickzadok
£14.99 from IWOOT last week but as yet not posted, thinking about cancelling

£14.99 with voucher code which as expired now tho. I would cancel and buy from amazon. 3 days delivery on mine, received and happy. IWWOT is stating delivery 30th December!!


Edited By: aliandk on Nov 29, 2010 19:09
#6
Can someone who has one tell me if it's difficult to fill it 1st time as my friend bought one last week and told me it was a nightmare to fill and the lighter fluid was all over the warmer so had to use it over a sink. It only lasted 2 hours or so.
#7
nickzadok
£14.99 from IWOOT last week but as yet not posted, thinking about cancelling


Same here - just checked my account, and the estimated dispatch date is 31st December - it'll be warm by then! Cancelled and now ordered from Amazon - thanks for posting.
#8
I see they sell replacement burners for them. Does the burner need replacing often?
3 Likes #9
bboy71
Can someone who has one tell me if it's difficult to fill it 1st time as my friend bought one last week and told me it was a nightmare to fill and the lighter fluid was all over the warmer so had to use it over a sink. It only lasted 2 hours or so.


Its a bit like transferring fluid from one cup to another....A child could do it. Takes less than minute if you use the measuring device and about 20 seconds if you pour the lighter fluid straight into the handwarmer.

Was your friend using lighter fluid or lighter gas....?
#10
Newbold
I see they sell replacement burners for them. Does the burner need replacing often?


Found the answer:

How long will the burner last?
6.3.2010
The burner has a one year warranty. Burner lifetime varies with usage but you can expect approximately 70 uses.
#11
bboy71
Can someone who has one tell me if it's difficult to fill it 1st time as my friend bought one last week and told me it was a nightmare to fill and the lighter fluid was all over the warmer so had to use it over a sink. It only lasted 2 hours or so.


I've got one & it does take longer to fill the 1st time, but with care and a little patience it shouldn't be any trouble. The first time with the double fill it lasted well over 24+ hours, used it again on the single 12 hour fill, which didn't take any time at all to fill it lasted just over 12+ hours.
#12
Ordered, fankyoo
#13
I bought one of these from the states a few years ago. These are so much better than those reusable gel ones. At this price you can't go wrong
#14
@devils_advicate
it was lighter fuel that he used. He did say that when he first took the top off(not the burner) that a small metal piece fell out of it, not sure if this was a spare part for it as I looked at the instructions and it didn't mention the part in the booklet. He bought it from amazon from the same seller as listed in the deal about a week or so ago.after seeing the problems he's had it put me right off getting one
#15
Ive ordered one, thank you. Fed up of the gel ones, they don't hold the heat for very long.. then they go cloudy over time and are even more pants!
#16
bboy71
@devils_advicate
it was lighter fuel that he used. He did say that when he first took the top off(not the burner) that a small metal piece fell out of it, not sure if this was a spare part for it as I looked at the instructions and it didn't mention the part in the booklet. He bought it from amazon from the same seller as listed in the deal about a week or so ago.after seeing the problems he's had it put me right off getting one


don't get put off, its a cracking little hand warmer ! the small metal piece that fell out may well be the clip that holds the burner material in place.
#17
Damn it - two left, clicked buy, one left, checkout - problem with order - insufficient stock.

Bummer :(

Well done you lot - it's back up to £16.50 now :(

Edited By: KevSp on Nov 29, 2010 20:34
#18
Ordered @ £16.50 & free postage - hope they hurry up on the delivery, it's bloody freezin' out there :|
#19
Just bought one of these. Be aware these really do NOT get very warm. The only way they get mildly warm is without the case and then your hands smell of petrol. Not sure why these are so highly rated.
#20
Thanks! Ordered with 2 bottles of fluids.
1 Like #21
I'm not 100% sure if it'll work but I've bought these 3 of http://www.amazon.co.uk/Zippo-Handwarmer-High-Polished-Chrome/dp/B004BKI4KS/ref=sr_1_61?s=sports&ie=UTF8&qid=1291050160&sr=1-61 They are 18 quid but as they are in sports and leisure and sold directly by amazon so should be valid for the spend 50+ get a 10 voucher deal, bringing them under 15 quid each.
#22
Donna F
Just bought one of these. Be aware these really do NOT get very warm. The only way they get mildly warm is without the case and then your hands smell of petrol. Not sure why these are so highly rated.


Light it, stick it in your pocket and leave it there, you will soon have a very warm pocket to shove your hand in.

Im going to try one of the £9.79 ones on Ebay as a 2nd one. Im thinking, Christmas party, everyones freezing and I just shove my hands in my pockets with my pocket warmers in :D
#23
Expired
#24
Hmmm... I bought one of these a couple of weeks ago and although I have no complaints about its warmth once it is going, I do have a problem getting the darn thing lit. I find that it takes several goes and quite a long time to get the catalyst glowing. I am not sure that it's worth the trouble so my feelings about this hand warmer are rather ambiguous.
#25
Hot deal for the zippo
I ordered one of these today from an eBay seller for a relative.
http://www.golfonline.co.uk/hotrox-rechargeable-hand-warmer-p-7098.html
Almost double the price of course but should hopefully last lots longer and no messing about with refills etc
(Ordered from ebay coz p+p was only 90p there)

Edited By: LadyLuck on Nov 29, 2010 21:52
#26
Donna F
Just bought one of these. Be aware these really do NOT get very warm. The only way they get mildly warm is without the case and then your hands smell of petrol. Not sure why these are so highly rated.


oO you have lit it haven't you ! not sure why yours doesn't get warm.
#27
JunkMail
Hmmm... I bought one of these a couple of weeks ago and although I have no complaints about its warmth once it is going, I do have a problem getting the darn thing lit. I find that it takes several goes and quite a long time to get the catalyst glowing. I am not sure that it's worth the trouble so my feelings about this hand warmer are rather ambiguous.


copied from a review on amazon.

1) Fill with the lighter fluid and leave it for a few minutes (with the catalyst burner-head in place) to allow the fumes to move around the product (so there are no air "gaps") which can cause it to go out;
2) Heat the burner-head properly on each of its flat surfaces with a lighter (not the top of the yellow flame or it will soot - use the top of the blue inner) when you're lighting it, even after it's obviously "lit" (about 15 seconds) - this helps to vapourise the gases and sustain the ignition (you should NOT apply lighter fluid to the burner-head itself - it will flame and damage the head);
3) Put the metal lid onto the lit burner and put it into its soft, draw-string case and into your pocket. Don't ask me how (I'm not a combustion expert) but this actually seems to encourage it to work. I DO know that it doesn't require additional oxygen to work - whatever is available in your pocket is clearly sufficient.

Obviously, if you don't want it to last for 2 days and 2 nights constantly, then don't fill it up to the brim. As mentioned by others, Zippo do supply a nifty little container clearly marked for showing what fill one needs for 6 or 12 hours of heat.
#28
Why would you want a fire in your pocket? Dangerous if you ask me, could set your house or you on fire... cold...
#29
Donna F
Just bought one of these. Be aware these really do NOT get very warm. The only way they get mildly warm is without the case and then your hands smell of petrol. Not sure why these are so highly rated.


I have two of these, and both get very hot. If left in there little pouch and then removed, they are just about comfortable enough to hold and not too hot to burn. When I was purchasing I also read reviews of smelly fumes, although this is much dependent upon the lighter fluid you use I believe.

I have used Ronsonol and find it odourless, the zippo stuff is meant to be even better.
#30
@richp - Thank you for taking the time to post this piece of help. I shall try it the next time I light my hand warmer.
#31
woodlandstim
I'm not 100% sure if it'll work but I've bought these 3
One for the left hand, one for the right hand and one down the trousers? oO
1 Like #32
I bought one last week and, like everyone says, it gets hotter if kept outside the bag. A word of warning though, because I left it out the bag for too long, mine got so hot that the lid was stuck on. When I tried to pull it off so that I could extinguish the element the fuel compartment came apart revealing the wadding. When it cooled I put it back together and pushed the compartment a bit further than need be, then bent the lid slightly so it comes off easier and doesn't stick. Still works a treat but was a bit shocked when it happened. Have just ordered another two so I have one for each pocket and a spare for my "pants" ;)
#33
up to £18.95 now...
#34
geekystar
Thanks! Ordered with 2 bottles of fluids.
The £1 poundland fuel works fine with this.
#35
Mine turned up but I've got no fluid to test it with
#36
GFunk
up to £18.95 now...

£17.99 now, keeps changing price...I have edited.
#37
irmon7
Why would you want a fire in your pocket? Dangerous if you ask me, could set your house or you on fire... cold...


Just as well no one asked you then. Try reading the opening post, there is no fire as such, certainly no flames involved.
#38
trog0
When I tried to pull it off so that I could extinguish the element the fuel compartment came apart revealing the wadding.


??? Your not suposed to put it out... Its designed to be lit and then left to go out by itself.... ;)
1 Like #39
I ordered the replacement burners off ebay.
They dont fit. It seems there is a 2010 model which uses different burners.


Edited By: tilyymolly on Dec 10, 2010 16:53

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