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Old 05-08-2019, 10:05 PM   #1
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Default Lighters have kicked the bucket

So both of my lighters have finally died on me. They are like $5 dollar ones and I can’t find any inlet to refill them. Can anyone recommend a good lighter for under $30 bucks or so?
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Old 05-08-2019, 10:36 PM   #2
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/45-Degree-A...pOq_39V33Z3IZA

Get 10 for 18 bucks. Even if a couple are duds, you should get a couple years out of 10 of them.
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Old 05-09-2019, 12:32 AM   #3
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Here is what I do but I am a red neck.

https://www.amazon.com/BEST-CULINARY...me+bru&sr=8-16
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Here is what I do but I am a red neck.

https://www.amazon.com/BEST-CULINARY...me+bru&sr=8-16
And for bigger ring cigars, he uses this.

https://www.amazon.com/ARKSEN-Portab...s%2C631&sr=8-5

Me, I favor either the Ronson Jetlite or the old reliable Bic disposable.
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And for bigger ring cigars, he uses this.

https://www.amazon.com/ARKSEN-Portab...s%2C631&sr=8-5

Me, I favor either the Ronson Jetlite or the old reliable Bic disposable.
Now your talking!!!!! More power!!! More fire!!! Culinary torches go through lots of butane though but butane is cheap. I fear no wind with a culinary torch hah.

I use Bic’s as well, especially since they allow then on planes so when I travel, Bic for the win. Cheap, last a long time, work every time but wind is my enemy. Getting better at lighting in winds though.
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Old 05-09-2019, 05:44 AM   #6
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Get 10 for 18 bucks. Even if a couple are duds, you should get a couple years out of 10 of them.
I bought two similar one's to those at the dollar store. A small one and bigger one, and they work as good as any lighter I have ever used.
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I know several people that use this refillable torch.

https://www.jbtoolsales.com/solder-i...-ignite-torch/
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I know several people that use this refillable torch.

https://www.jbtoolsales.com/solder-i...-ignite-torch/
I have one similar to that which I use for traveling sometimes.

https://www.campsaver.com/soto-pocket-torch.html
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I just steal mine from my friends at herfs, I find it gives me a really nice selection and I know they are going to work, well 60% of the time they work every time.

That and any of the suggestions above.
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I have one similar to that which I use for traveling sometimes.

https://www.campsaver.com/soto-pocket-torch.html
I use this one too except it won't work in Mexico ...
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For years I gave up and exclusively used Bic's, nothing wrong with them other than fighting off wind.

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I know several people that use this refillable torch.

https://www.jbtoolsales.com/solder-i...-ignite-torch/
I'll be purchasing something like this in the near future, whenever I get around to it. I've seen good things recently about using it for travel
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This has become my go to lighter, it's cheap and works really well.

https://www.amazon.com/Vertigo-Lotus...c&sr=1-1-fkmr3
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Those look nice
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I just steal mine from my friends at herfs, I find it gives me a really nice selection and I know they are going to work, well 60% of the time they work every time.

That and any of the suggestions above.
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He does, but none of them have lighters anymore.
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I like these for home:

https://www.lighterusa.com/collectio...lighter-hookah

And this for travel (TSA safe):

https://cigartraveller.com/collectio...imate-packages
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They can always borrow one of mine, that's what friends are for.
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I just steal mine from my friends at herfs, I find it gives me a really nice selection and I know they are going to work, well 60% of the time they work every time.

That and any of the suggestions above.
I can hear Nick Nolte in my head. "Reggie...can I have my lighter back?"

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I use this one too except it won't work in Mexico ...
As long as everything else works in Mexico.
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As long as everything else works in Mexico.
There are pills .... Lots of pills.
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As well as empan.... no i just can't even finish the statement.
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