Thinking of Buying a Storm Lighter?
Are you often outside and experiencing difficulty lighting your cigarette, roll-up or joint? Give this storm lighter from Clipper a try. The Jet Flame on this torch lighter is super hot and proof against wind, rain, storm and anything else you come across along the way. Just like all the other models from this brand, this windproof Clipper lighter is nice and strong and won’t break quickly. Most other storm lighters are quite large but this one just fits in your pocket. If it runs out of fuel after you’ve used it for weeks, you can easily refill it with lighter gas (recommended products).
- Clipper windproof lighter: top quality
- Storm lighter (torch)
- Can be used in the wind, rain, storm and all other weather conditions.
- Soft Body which feels nice in the hand
- Easily fits in your pocket
- Format: 2.4 x 7.5 cm
Clipper Lighter Soft
This windproof lighter from Clipper has something special. The outside is made of a rubber Soft Body. The cover is non-slip and feels soft. That way he doesn't fall off the table quickly and feels great in the hand. Curious? Order today and have them at home tomorrow.
Clipper is one of the most famous and best lighter brands in the world and is part of Flamagas S.A. The first Clipper lighter was designed in Barcelona in 1970. The renowned designer Enric Sarda produced a design that is still recognised decades later. Clipper lighters are known for their round shape and liftable gearwheel. They are environmentally friendly because you can replace both the flint and the fuel so you never have to throw it away. Clippers are sold all over the world and are absolutely top quality.
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SKU 2064 Price 2.95 Availability In Stock Brand Clipper
In this heinous weather, having a blue flame is truly important. This lighter does exactly as advertised. Tested it during a British storm, so it must be good elsewhere as well. :D
- In this heinous weather, having a blue flame is truly important. This lighter does exactly as advertised. Tested it during a British storm, so it must be good elsewhere as well. :D