Zippo Hand Warmer - Black @ Amazon - £14.60
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Zippo Hand Warmer - Black @ Amazon - £14.60

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Found 4th Dec 2012
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!

This is for the 'BLACK' version, new for 2012.

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Cost me £12.91 for Chrome a few days back. Now up to £13.10 from Amazon

amazon.co.uk/Zip…1-1
Edited by: "W1zz" 4th Dec 2012

That price is from a marketplace seller with only 3k ratings.

This is the listing from actual Amazon amazon.co.uk/dp/…450?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B005MIM8U0 It's only £14.60.

The Chrome and Black arrived yesterday. Waiting on lighter fluid arriving before testing them. Build quality is great, but they're much lighter (no pun intended) than they look. The black one is awesome looking, but the Missus decided it was to be hers oO

Thought the idea was good, but unless I'm mistaken my colleague got one and said that once you light it, that's it - there's no stopping it until it runs out of fuel? Can anyone confirm this. Seems very strange to me.

I can confirm that once lit they don't go out. I always have trouble lighting mine but once going will keep your hands warm for on average 20 hours, depending on the amount of fuel you put in.

I have one and it does remain lit, but if you put it on something it isn't going to burn - it's a very gentle heat. Less heat than from holding a hot cuppa for instance, so I wouldn't worry about it being lit all day.

Really like the black one (mine's chrome), but there again it doesn't really matter as I keep mine in the pouch, as it stops my jeans smelling of petrol.

Got my hubby one of these last year for xmas. He loved it and kept him quiet for hours!!!

neilcaldwell

Thought the idea was good, but unless I'm mistaken my colleague got one … Thought the idea was good, but unless I'm mistaken my colleague got one and said that once you light it, that's it - there's no stopping it until it runs out of fuel? Can anyone confirm this. Seems very strange to me.



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We sell these where I work and at cost to me it's £15 so good price and they are good the only down side is if you use it a lot you will use a lot of fuel but they do last about 12 hrs
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