Tag Archives: lighters

  • Lighter Cufflinks: Cufflinks That Are Also Lighters

    Lighter Cufflinks: Cufflinks That Are Also Lighters

    As a fairly devout slacker I don’t really know much about the worlds of elegant dinner parties and formal attire. But I imagine that all such events would be significantly improved by some innovative gadgetry, such as that which is found in Lighter Cufflinks from Uncrate Supply. I’m sure there are plenty of practical uses for Lighter […]

  • Plazmatic X: Flameless Dual Plasma Beam Lighter

    Plazmatic X: Flameless Dual Plasma Beam Lighter

    Lighters, no matter how elaborate or cosmetically ostentatious they may get, have all worked under the same basic principle: Create a small flame for various uses. The Plazmatic X is the first post-flame lighter, though, which uses a dual plasma beam for all of its lighting functions. The Plazmatic X doesn’t need any hard-sell tactics […]

  • Skull Zippo Lighter From Nati Amor

    Skull Zippo Lighter From Nati Amor

    If you’re looking for a way to light cigarettes that would make you look right at home in Scorpio Rising, Tel Aviv jeweler Nati Amor has just the thing. It’s the Skull Zippo Lighter, which places a 3-D death’s head symbol right in the middle of America’s favorite lighter. The Skull Zippo Lighter is in […]

  • Firesleeve: The Waterproof Lighter From Exotac

    Firesleeve: The Waterproof Lighter From Exotac

    Fire and water famously don’t get along together, and that’s especially true of our handheld fire-devices like lighters and matches – the cheap, commonplace versions of them anyway. Enter the Exotac Firesleeve (also stylized as “fireSLEEVE,” but even I have a breaking point when it comes to stylized capitalization), a lighter that keeps water out […]

  • Soto Pocket Torch

    Soto Pocket Torch

    Anyone who ever had an irresponsible older brother knows the trick of cracking open a lighter and adjusting it so that it creates much bigger flames than intended. But the new Soto Pocket Torch provides this giant flame without any handiwork. The Soto Pocket Torch, just like your older brother’s method, works with pretty much […]