Electric Plasma Arc Lighter Sold by VEUK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Electric Plasma Arc Lighter Sold by VEUK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 24th Nov
No need to worry about refilling your lighter.
No need to worry about replacing your broken flint.

This plasma arc lighter uses an electric spark and the nozzle can be bent to reach difficult places. This lighter can be used for lighting the stove, BBQ, cigarettes, and all other fire lighting requirements that you would use a traditional match or stove lighter for, with the added bonus of being all type of weatherproof and never needing to be refilled with fuel.

The lighter comes with a USB charger and will give you 1000+ use from a full charge. Also this lighter comes with 2 year guarantee

I have had this product for 3 months now, using it every day several times a day and have not needed to recharge the lighter.
I use the lighter on the stove mostly but I have used it on fireworks night for fireworks and bonfire. It is a real good item and very energy efficient.

Originally was sold for £29.99 down to £11.99
Free prime delivery or spend £20 for free delivery

15 Comments

Thanks, ordered.

Isnt htis just an undercover tazer??

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Gentle_Giant7 m ago

Isnt htis just an undercover tazer??


LOL. I did think the same thing first. It is like a miniature taser. But its not powerful enough. I hope no one tries modifying this for that purpose.

This would be just as effective amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1 and you don't have to fanny about charging it!

gazdoubleu5 m ago

This would be just as effective …This would be just as effective https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B075MGJXGS?psc=1 and you don't have to fanny about charging it!


they would never light a candle - this apparently does.

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gazdoubleu2 h, 16 m ago

This would be just as effective …This would be just as effective https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B075MGJXGS?psc=1 and you don't have to fanny about charging it!


Your link to the gas lighter is different to the plasma arc lighter. It is easy to charge the plasma arc lighter. You don't have to fanny about refilling the lighter or replacing the flint. It is more energy efficient and has a longer lifespan. Also comes with 2 years guarantee.

I wonder if charging your mobile phone is also 'fannying' around for you. Maybe you would prefer a gas powered one.
Edited by: "fazlulkhair" 24th Nov

Bought. Thanks

Got one, they work fine, but run out of charge very quickly
Edited by: "nbgrobbo" 24th Nov

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nbgrobbo46 m ago

Got one, they work fine, but run out of charge very quickly


Like i said before, mine has lasted 3 months without a charge. I use it everyday several times a day.
I am not sure if you got this exact one which gives you 1000+ use from one charge.

I put my phone on charge every night so iIdon't have to worry about running out of charge. I don't consider it fannying about, but I just have to accept that a modern mobile phone needs charging every day and is made of glass so it needs a protective case. Running out of battery may not be fannying about but it is definitely a pain in the proverbial.

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kerridge040 m ago

I put my phone on charge every night so iIdon't have to worry about …I put my phone on charge every night so iIdon't have to worry about running out of charge. I don't consider it fannying about, but I just have to accept that a modern mobile phone needs charging every day and is made of glass so it needs a protective case. Running out of battery may not be fannying about but it is definitely a pain in the proverbial.


But every month or so, when your gas lighter runs out of gas or the flint breaks, you will be getting pains again "in the proverbial". So you will have to either refill with the correct gas and adapter, change flint or buy a new gas lighter.
Whereas with the plasma arc lighter, if you are so desperate you cant wait to charge the plasma arc lighter over night like your mobile phone, am sure you can do it for 2 minutes which will give you a short blast enough to light your stove.
The point is you are not charging the plasma arc lighter every day or month. Mine is still lighting after 3 months on the charge it came with. You will be saving energy and lowering your carbon footprint.

Also you are saving money within the first 3 months of having the plasma arc lighter compared to your gas filled lighter.
Edited by: "fazlulkhair" 24th Nov

tempted

fazlulkhair24th Nov

Your link to the gas lighter is different to the plasma arc lighter. It is …Your link to the gas lighter is different to the plasma arc lighter. It is easy to charge the plasma arc lighter. You don't have to fanny about refilling the lighter or replacing the flint. It is more energy efficient and has a longer lifespan. Also comes with 2 years guarantee.I wonder if charging your mobile phone is also 'fannying' around for you. Maybe you would prefer a gas powered one.


Ever heard of piezo electric no flint, no batteries, surprised you don't have led candles lol.

Plasma arc is a bit of a gimmick imo if you light candles regularly with it then expect to burn out the batteries and electrodes quickly.

Kitchens and camping are probably where they would be most utilised, i.e. both places where you're likely to have wet hands and some people have noticed they get jolts when handling these things with wet hands.
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 26th Nov

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gazdoubleu26th Nov

Ever heard of piezo electric no flint, no batteries, surprised you don't …Ever heard of piezo electric no flint, no batteries, surprised you don't have led candles lol. Plasma arc is a bit of a gimmick imo if you light candles regularly with it then expect to burn out the batteries and electrodes quickly.Kitchens and camping are probably where they would be most utilised, i.e. both places where you're likely to have wet hands and some people have noticed they get jolts when handling these things with wet hands.


Thank you for mentioning the Piezoelectric, which for those who don't know is a spark that is generated by striking a quartz crystal. An electric charge is created by deforming the quartz. So after a while this too will run out. But the main disadvantage of this is you cannot use the spark to burn paper, or candle, or BBQ etc. It is only useful if you introduce a gas fuel to it. So best place to use the piezoelectric spark is on your gas stove. The main wear and tear of this type of lighter is the spring loaded mechanism.
In regards to the plasma arc lighter battery and the electrodes burning out, I would not worry about that too much. The item comes with 2 years Guarantee.

ps. I do have led candles
Edited by: "fazlulkhair" 27th Nov

fazlulkhair27th Nov

Thank you for mentioning the Piezoelectric, which for those who don't know …Thank you for mentioning the Piezoelectric, which for those who don't know is a spark that is generated by striking a quartz crystal. An electric charge is created by deforming the quartz. So after a while this too will run out. But the main disadvantage of this is you cannot use the spark to burn paper, or candle, or BBQ etc. It is only useful if you introduce a gas fuel to it. So best place to use the piezoelectric spark is on your gas stove. The main wear and tear of this type of lighter is the spring loaded mechanism.In regards to the plasma arc lighter battery and the electrodes burning out, I would not worry about that too much. The item comes with 2 years Guarantee.ps. I do have led candles


Thought so re the led candles only piezo electric ignitors last decades and some have lifetime warranties amazon.co.uk/Sur…7AW
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 28th Nov
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