Best lighters according to redditors

We found 860 Reddit comments discussing the best lighters. We ranked the 373 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/robin_flikkema · 48 pointsr/BeAmazed

These are real. And you can recharge them by USB

> Rather than using the spark/fuel method that most lighters employ, the Tesla lighter uses electromagnetic induction to power its electric arc. That means when you shake the lighter, the agitation of an internal magnet produces an electromotive force. That force is carried across a conductor, and in this case, is what powers the electric arc. 

These are commonly called arc lighters or Tesla lighters. And you can get them here

u/djscsi · 21 pointsr/whatisthisthing

It's a jet lighter - this kind of thing

u/dieterschaumer · 17 pointsr/EDC

I personally use a Zippo lighter with a thunderbird butane insert replacement.

Has a soft flame as well as jet for both preferences, comes in a familiar Zippo case with zippo click, and doesn't leak fuel. Doesn't hold a lot of fuel, but from your description I don't see how that would be a problem. Easily more than enough to light a dozen cigars.

I too only smoke cigars, around every 2 weeks to once a month.

u/KoloHickory · 9 pointsr/vaporents

So there are a lot more vapcap owners after 420 sales. My first couple weeks with the vapcap sucked because my lighters sucked. I want you to have a better experience! One of my biggest issues with the vapcap when i first got it was all the shitty failing lighters, i must have tried close to 10 different ones before i found some that i liked..err found some that didn't shit the bed on me.

Scorch Torch Skyline Triple Jet

Single flame Big eagle torch

Single flame Small eagle torch

Remember to purchase good butane too! Colibri has been serving me well. I like vector as well but i buy that at my local smoke shop. A lot cheaper there.

u/person5613 · 8 pointsr/Dashcam

Either hardwire your dashcam with a fuse tap, or get some kind of power splitter.

u/Unique_NY · 6 pointsr/cigars
u/pickboy87 · 6 pointsr/cigars

Here's my advice since I literally just started a few weeks ago. This is exactly what I wished I knew before I spent money on random cigars from various sites.

  1. Depending on how many sticks you plan on getting at a time, invest in a tuppedor. Don't waste your time with a wooden humidor (at least right now). I picked up these from amazon and all my ~40-50 sticks sit comfortably in there.
  • Plastic "humidor"
  • Hygrometer
  • Boveda Packs, although I might lean towards the 65% next time. Also, you only need 1 pack in a tuppedor, 2 is overkill. They can also be recharged, so don't throw them away when they dry out.

  1. If you have a nice brick and mortar tobacco store (not a hole in the wall place that caters only to e-cigs and accessories) near you, visit them and ask questions. If they are worth their salt, they should be fairly knowledgeable about cigars. They will point you in the right direction. I stupidly didn't do this and just kind of bought random shit online and have had mixed results with what I bought. The stuff I've bought at the store has been much, much fresher too. However, you will be spending 30-40% above what you'll pay online. I found it worth it for how much time and effort the staff spent helping me, but it is quite a bit more expensive.

  2. If that's not an option, look for sampler packs online. You can find cheap options that include a bunch of different sticks so you can sample a variety. I would suggest looking at smallbatch mixes find a price you're comfortable with spending (30 to 40 should be plenty, maybe buy 2 of the $30 to $40 packs so you end with ~10 cigars) and in the comment section of your order mention that you're brand new to cigars. He should be able to make an excellent mix for a new smoker. Use code "rcigars" for 10% off (without the "", not sure if valid for the mix).

  3. Also, if you don't come from a background of smoking cigarettes, stick with the mild to medium strength cigars. I smoked a few full strength ones from the samplers I got and they kicked my ass. It was unpleasant to say the least. If you DO plan on smoking a full strength cigar, smoke on a full stomach and drink something sweet with it. Sweet tea or a pop of some sort works well to quell the nicotine content.

  4. Accessories. All you really need is a decent cutter and a torch lighter and you're all set.
  • A cutter
  • A butane lighter
  • Fuel [Note, you can use cheaper fuel, but your lighter may get clogged with shitty zippo butane fuel.]
  • Some sort of ashtray. You don't realize how nice it is to have one until you don't have one and have no place to rest your cigar.

  1. If you do find a cigar you enjoy, try buying a 5 pack of it. Let it rest for a week or so and try them out over the course of a month or several months and see if you enjoy them as much as you did the first time. See if they get better with age. I have far too many 1 offs that I enjoyed, but would I still enjoy them a month from now? 2 months from now?

  2. Oh, and generally stay away from infused cigars. They use shittier tobacco since they can mask it with flavors. The girlfriend still likes these, but I think she's starting to come around to a natural sweetness/chocolate taste instead of an artificially infused one. Plus they stink up your humidor and can potentially ruin the taste of your other cigars in them if they are in close contact.

  3. Online sites that I've enjoyed purchasing from and ship quickly:
  1. Look up retrohaling. You'll taste more of your cigar this way. Warning, it does burn the hell out of your nose the first handful of times you do it. Start with a mild cigar instead of a full strength one like I stupidly decided to do. :P

    Hopefully this helps.

    Edit: Many edits to fix errors and add additional info.
u/Fkbarclay · 6 pointsr/cigars

I use a pretty cheap tri flame butane torch lighter I found on Amazon. Works really well regardless of weather.

Vertigo by Lotus Cyclone Triple Torch Cigar Lighter Charcoal 2 Pack

Edit: lol I think this might be exactly what you have.

u/hetor451 · 6 pointsr/lighters

Pack of 4 Eagle Jet Gun Torch Lighter Windproof Refillable Lighter Assorted Color

u/LovesColdCatEars · 6 pointsr/Dynavap

From left to right...

1 - Nibo Deluxe Butane Torch Refillable Lighter Adjustable Flame and Safety Lock - Bought this one off of eBay, works well but the flame isn't very big even on the highest setting amd you can't see how much butane is left in it.

2 - Jobon ZB 673 Torch - This one came with my Lotus Vaporizer, it seems to have a bigger butane tank in it although again you can't see it. This one also has a really big flame if you want it, but can also be adjusted down to a small flame. The clicker that makes the spark stopped working about after 1 month and was replaced with nothing more than an email. Great customer service from Lotus, these torches are warrantied for 90 days if purchased from them.

3 - Honest dual mode torch lighter - Bought this one off amazon, has the ability to act as a normal butane lighter (like a bic) or a torch. This one has a small butane tank so may not be ideal for people who take their vapcaps with them on the go, but very reliable so far.

4 - Honest Butane Torch Lighter - Bought this one from VapeNorth (Sneaky Pete's Canadian site). This one works very well, has a thinner flame than most of my other torches. This one is sort of a precision torch because of the thinner flame, very easy to aim it exactly where you want it and of course the see through butane tank.

5 - Jobon High Capacity Triple Jet Torch Gas Lighter - Bought this one from eBay as well. It works very well but to be honest I haven't used it much because I prefer a single flame. I picked it up in case I ever wanted to vape outside where there is potential for wind.

u/jayhawk8808 · 5 pointsr/cigars

Xi2 cutter, MTX Multi-Tool, and 9mm punch, all by Xikar. They’d be worth the price even without the warranty, but with it, it’s a steal. Not actually crazy about any of my lighters, though I do really like this Alec Bradley tabletop.

u/korgothwashere · 5 pointsr/EDC

I use my Every Day Carry items....every day....which is why I carry those items, every day.

Used my Fenix UC35 last night during our snow storm to keep an eye on the dogs, and to explore the dark winter wilderness a little bit. I also daily a warm knit hat and gloves for the season...which are also useful in the snow, for obvious reasons. Cut a very long loose string off my coat lastnight as well with the blade I've been carrying around for almost a decade now, my Sypderco Endura 4. My smaller Streamlight Stylus Pro wasn't needed, but was there if for some reason I developed a use for it.

Just recently got a Leatherman Squirt PS4 which I carry in the little coin pocket of my jeans. It's scissors are very handy in replacement of my older Victorinox Classic which works great for the tweezers and toothpick, but it's scissors have had it. Anyway, I used the Leatherman to file down a couple finger nails I tore up lifting a CVT onto a cart two days ago. The single cut file was good enough to keep the jagged edges of my nails from snagging my gloves, so it's alright in my book.

Frequently use my lighter, a Ronson Jetlite to flip around as a fiddle item or to light periodic items asunder, or to bond them to each other (in the case of paracord).

u/Colloquial_Bloke · 5 pointsr/cigars

Vertigo by Lotus Cyclone Triple Torch Cigar Lighter Charcoal 2 Pack

u/wobowobo · 5 pointsr/vaporents

Honestly it might still just be the torch. I have the cheap single flame that came with the brick and it just doesn't work with the brick for me (I use it with the vapcap and lighting tealights pretty often though). A stronger single flame like the zico t38 I think it's called have worked much better for me. I love the brick but do really dislike how much performance differs based on torch

I'm still trying to find the perfect torch but here is a link to the one I mentioned Zico T-38

u/Aud3o · 5 pointsr/vaporents

The true hero for the Sticky Brick: Zico T 38

u/my45acp1911 · 5 pointsr/vaporents

The larger Eagle torches are a solid choice. Large tanks last a long time and require little flame adjustment. Purge before refill and use quality butane.

The smaller angle eagle torches are nice for stashes. Reliable but small for daily use when you could use the larger model.

u/The_Vape_Escape · 5 pointsr/vaporents

Regarding torches spending 20+ for torches isn't necessary i grabbed one of these at a corner store, its been going strong for 6 months.

u/thatguyami · 4 pointsr/AutoDIY

Don't split the power from your existing outlet.

Buy a fuse box tap - It lets you add another fuse to the fuse box. So you find a fuse thats already switched with power, replace it with the tap, and hook your outlet's positive power lead to that. Then ground the negative lead to something metal. When I did the same thing I bought a splitter with 2 12v outlets and 2 usb outlets so I could power my dashcam, radar detector, and 2 phones for the same amount of work.

Fuse Tap

Cigarette lighter adapter - cut off the end

u/brendanvista · 4 pointsr/EDC

Alternate View

I work in the tech industry, but I'm not comfortable going too much further than that.
EDC (on my person):

  • Cell phone (not pictured): Galaxy S4 with extended battery Amazon
  • Watch: Invicta 8926OB Amazon
  • Knives (rotation):
  • Flashlight: Thrunite TN12 (2014 Version) 2016 Version Amazon
  • Wallet: Kenneth Cole, not sure what kind.
  • Gun: S&W Shield 9mm w/ Talon grips
  • Keychain Amazon
    Thingies on keychain:
    • Tile Cell Phone/Key locator Amazon
    • TRUE lighter Amazon
    • Gerber Curve mini tool Amazon
    • Gerber Shard bottle opener (come on, what else is it good for?) Amazon
    • House and car keys

      But wait, there's more! Bonus Closeup Images
u/---YNWA--- · 4 pointsr/cigars

These are an option. No experience with them but I have read they work well. Probably different brands out there to check, this was the first one I came across.

u/mk6_hasenpfeffer · 4 pointsr/cigars

Generally speaking it’s not a good idea to use a zippo to light a cigar. The fuel can affect the taste of the cigar. If you prefer the zippo you can get an insert from amazon or other sources that converts your zippo into a butane torch.

u/Lambdu · 4 pointsr/Salvia

500mg? You're going to have a very, very bad time. That's 50 times what you should be taking.

Assuming proper technique(which I will explain shortly), 10mg will give you a good first trip. That's right, just the smallest pinprick of the stuff.

As you can see from this chart, 500mg is recommended for beginners assuming you're smoking PURE LEAF.

You're smoking a very strong extract fourty times as potent as pure leaf, which is actually unnecessarily strong, but they sell it anyways because god knows why.

So the math is easy. 500mg / 40x = 12mg.

12mg is the dose to get a common trip for the stuff you're taking.

If you want to just go balls deep on your first toke, which I don't recommend, then smoke 20mg. That's the deepest I've ever gone, and it's left me emotionally and mentally changed for life. I hope you know that you're not smoking weed here. You're not even smoking DMT. DMT can be kinder than salvia. Salvia is the "beats you up in a back alley with a bat" of all drugs. It's quick, unexpected, and brutal... but sometimes it's just what you deserve(and need) at that moment in your life.

I mentioned proper technique. You're going to want to use a propane lighter, for one. Propane lighters generate enough heat to reach the vaporization point of salvia. Regular old gas station cig lighters won't do, and you'll end up with an unpredictable trip that could be far too weak or far too strong depending on how much of the Salvinorin the lighter is able to vaporize.

I can recommend this bad baby:

I smoked my salvia with her, and always got a predictable trip. You'll of course need to buy propane cartridges to fill it up.

The other, and possibly most important part of technique is to hold the smoke in for as long as possible. I'm saying at least 20 seconds. If you don't do this, you won't feel the trip. Every second the smoke is held in will be another step further into la-la-land. You'll be able to feel the salvinorin enter your bloodstream and warp your perception as you hold in the breath longer and longer, and it'll be interesting, to say the least.

That's it. If you follow everything here, you'll have a safe trip that doesn't burn through your entire gram in one day on a horrible nightmare trip.

I wish you safe voyage, cosmonaut.

u/GMGrim · 4 pointsr/cigars

Scorch Torch Skyline is a cheap lighter that's done the trick for me for the last four months or so. No issues, butane window, punch cut tool, and a mirrored lid inside that you can check your burn in (maybe no one else needs to do this...). Amazon price, $12;

u/CarouselOnFire · 4 pointsr/vaporents is a reliable vendor - their packaging is discreet (return label is something like six5, not puffitup)

One of the best pound for pound vapes on the market right now is the vapcap M, made by dynavap. It is the vaporizer equivalent of a one hitter, and it costs $50.

You’ll need a butane lighter - dynavap sells them. Any butane torch will do, i like this one from
Amazon prime

I’ve owned over a dozen vapes of all price ranges. As I type this, I am using my vapcap m instead of far more pricey vapes. It’s just easy, convenient, and great for taking one hit at a time.

Don’t trust shitty Chinese rebrands - whatever you decide to purchase, search it in the sidebar on this sub first. Also pm me or really anyone. We just want to help folks medicate safety and efficiently :)

u/Cheezebizzle · 4 pointsr/cigars

The vertigos. 2 for $17 on Amazon. Good price point and very dependable. Had mine for over 2 years now. The only downside I found is that sometimes the little screw on some of them comes loose between the top and the tank. Easy to tighten back up with a small screwdriver like one that comes in those eye glass repair kits.

u/remembertosmilebot · 4 pointsr/vaporents

Did you know Amazon will donate a portion of every purchase if you shop by going to instead? Over $50,000,000 has been raised for charity - all you need to do is change the URL!

Here are your smile-ified links:

zico t38


^^i'm ^^a ^^friendly bot

u/lord_dentaku · 4 pointsr/vaporents

I have had various expensive cigar lighters due to smoking cigars for about 15 years now. In my experience, every torch lighter eventually craps out. The best return on investment I've ever got was with my current go to lighter, an Eagle single flame. I picked it up on sale at Menard's for $3, actually got two so I have a backup. Massive butane tank, and it just keeps running. At some point I expect it to die, but it won't bother me because it was $3.


For reference, this is the lighter I have:

u/AATRWY · 4 pointsr/hillaryclinton

Another possibility is this. I got them for my dad and my brother last year (their birthdays are a couple weeks apart). It's an electric coil lighter made by Tesla. Basically, it's a lighter that uses electricity rather than fire. It's kind of cool because it's new technology, but it's also useful because you can use it in the wind and rain and it doesn't affect anything.

u/IJCQYR · 3 pointsr/trees
u/Sandra_Wihan · 3 pointsr/news

if you don't feel comfortable hardwiring it to the car, you can just use a 2-outlet DC socket like this one: :)

or something smaller like this...

if you car's power outlet is always on, you may need another solution. (some cars have power outlets that continue to provide power, even after the key is removed from the car)

u/fugat · 3 pointsr/cigars

I just ordered this. If it works half as well as it looks I'll be happy. It can be had from Cigarbid for about half the price.

u/mikeheck · 3 pointsr/EDC

Get a Ronson Jetlite! I'm deeply in love with mine. Cheap, hardy, effective.

u/kemplaz · 3 pointsr/vaporents

Cheap single butane lighter. had mine for months now and even with cheap fuel no issues. Can find them local probably for $6

u/Lt_Schneider · 3 pointsr/EDC

i hope i don't do something against the rules by sending a link

this one

u/rule1n2n3 · 3 pointsr/lighters

Google peanut lighters.
Uses lighter fluid, doesn't leak and doesn't let fluid evaporate.
Maratac brand seems to have the most varieties, made with different material from stainless steel, copper, aluminum, brass and different sizes, They look more well made than most chinese-copies and are within your budget.
See here

You can find a really cheap one on Ebay, chinese-made, chrome-plated. They work just fine but the finishing will wear off if you carry it in your pocket.

I have one of these
Seems to the cheapest on Amazon too, this one about 1.8 inches tall.
The finishing is similar to zippo's black ice finishing, but mine has wore off already.

This one here
I think this one is new, looks promising.

u/lookatmeglow · 3 pointsr/vaporents

I assume you want a triple torch for the vapcap?

I have had good luck with scorch, zico, xikar (expensive but quality and reliable), and honest.

I have not used these torches myself, but they are cheap enough to try.

I'm sure there are others as well. I only have experience with the triple torch from dynavap and it has been good to me so far. Butane hog, but otherwise good.

Found this thread from FC. Might have some insight as well.

Found another thread.

u/ascendingtom · 3 pointsr/vaporents

Agreed! I kinda have a zippo collecting addition now haha.

I highly recommend the z plus 2.0 insert insert they have a clear flue cell and really reliable compared to other i tired

u/Dclaw35 · 3 pointsr/Dynavap
u/paniconenvy · 3 pointsr/EDC

I have the Zplus 2.0 Extreme and I'm really happy with it

u/Drewski107 · 3 pointsr/Dynavap

Ive had pretty good luck with this triple. Can usually get a year outta them

For singe flame the eagle jumbos are always a great value and i typically lose them before they break. Mine all came full of butane.

u/bannable01 · 3 pointsr/vaporents

Here ya go man

They're butane lighters, they're gonna die, you're gonna have to replace them pretty regularly.

other ones

more reliable, yet large style

u/tatermancer · 3 pointsr/vaporents

Most people like the triple and quad torch lighters that Dynavap sells. I would steer clear of their Zippo-insert double-flame, as it has a tiny fuel tank and is annoying to refill.

I grabbed some of [these] ( and they work really well as long as it's the weather isn't too bad. They don't do too well in cold, windy conditions.

u/ZuesAgeddon · 3 pointsr/Dynavap

Outdoors I use triple flame, indoors I use this single flame. The triple heats up the cap faster and stronger against the wind. However, I much prefer the vapcap indoors and with the single torch.

u/Wryang · 3 pointsr/cigars

It’s obviously not the highest end torch, but bought this 2 pack a few months ago and they have been very solid. Refilled each of them a few times already without issue.

Vertigo Triple Flame

u/GirthyBurger · 3 pointsr/vaporents

I have had these single flame lighters for 2 years and recently tried out these triple flame torches because I wanted to heat in a hurry. The single flame allows for more temperature control but the triple flame is more wind resistant and heats faster. I like both but now use my homemade induction heater the most.

u/Nikolai_Kimothy · 3 pointsr/Dynavap

These fuckers are bulletproof. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve dropped mine, and it still works like the day I got it.

u/ILoveWomensBalls · 3 pointsr/Dynavap

Vertigo Triple Torch, the last lighter you'll ever need.

u/jmatthews2088 · 3 pointsr/vaporents

I've tried several, and my favorite is Vertigo Cyclone:

Unlike most on Amazon, reviewers don't seem to have a problem with it suddenly pooping out. You can see the butane level. And three torches means quick heating.

u/VioletMisstery · 3 pointsr/vaporents

I've been using an Eagle torch with my Sticky Brick Jr daily for 2ish months now. It's lasted through at least 10 refills. Got it for 7 bucks at a convenience store.

u/duquesne419 · 3 pointsr/vaporents

I like this guy. The large tank doesn't need refilling too often, and it's just the right size to rest in the gap between my bong and WPA.

u/ThisIsWhatICarry · 3 pointsr/EDC

Here's what I carry from your list:

Knife/multitool: Leatherman Skeletool - I use this so much for so many things it's ridiculous. They're as cheap as $20-$30 at Home Depot sometimes, but the average price is around $40-$45. Pliers, locking knife that's half-serrated, a bottle opener, and a reversible screwdriver bit. Add this bit kit for $5 to replace the bit with a single bit with both philips and flathead in one. (For some reason, the Skeletool ships with two bits that are just small/large flathead and small/large philips, necessitating changing the bit entirely to swap between types.)

Flashlight: I carry a Nitecore Mh12, but for your price point a Thrunite TC12, which I also own. It's based on the 18650 battery which has 4 times the capacity of an AA battery. Because this light is rechargeable via USB, you don't need a standalone charger to go with it. It's waterproof to 2 meters, shockproof to 1.5 meters, and has brightness settings ranging from 0.4 lumens (see where you're going in a dark house without waking an SO) to over 1,000 lumens, almost as bright as high-beams on a car. Yes, really. At it's lowest setting, it'll last almost 80 days. Yes, really. $69 on Amazon. Make sure you get the neutral white version (TC12 NW) as it's easier on the eyes and gives more accurate color. I've linked directly to it, bundled with about the highest-capacity battery you can get for it.

If you want to be a rockstar you could get her a 4-pack of batteries for another $50. And if she still needs to buy extra batteries, it will accept 2 CR123 batteries (not as common as AA, but still relatively common) instead, albeit with lower overall life than a single 18650 cell. Note: there are a lot of crappy, knock-off 18650 batteries out there that are not only unreliable, but also lie about their capacity and have been known to cause fires. The KeepPower batteries are great, reliable, high-capacity, and about as cheap as you'll find reliable cells for on Amazon.

Lighter: Apologies; I don't carry a lighter at the moment as I so rarely need one. /u/osufan19's suggestion of a Tesla Coil Lighter seems like a good one, though, and now has me thinking of adding it to my EDC for the coolness factor alone. $20 on Amazon, and here's a GIF of it in action. (Note: the waviness is someone blowing on it, I think.)

Keychain/holder: I like the KeySmart. However, some keys in India aren't standard sizes (depends on where she'll be), so bear that in mind. I've got the can opener and measurer on mine, but have yet to use either. I did, however, need extensions to add more keys. This will run you $19 on Amazon, but I'd recommend ordering that directly from KeySmart as they'll include the loop for attaching a car fob or nonstandard keys for free $5 more on Amazon), and other accessories are cheaper direct. I'd also recommend the extended version rather than the standard length, as longer keys (like a car key) fit better. Going direct, the total for an extended KeySmart with the loop, extensions for 2-14 kes (as opposed tio 2-8) and shipping will be $24.95.

Small bag/holder: I carry everything in my pockets, and it fits nicely/doesn't print. This may not work well for a woman, however, depending on her wardrobe. I wear jeans, and my pockets actually have room.


Total cost: For the knife, bits, and light (minus the extra batteries), you're looking at $131.63 at Amazon. Add the Keysmart and you're at $156.58, which is only slightly above your budget. The lighter adds another $20. It does not include the bag, however, so bear that in mind.

u/majick13 · 3 pointsr/trees

Look for a Tesla Lighter, my brother has this style one but with a shiny black pantjob...they are many slo-mo videos have been made lol


Sorry I'm on mobile.

u/ThorinRuriksson · 3 pointsr/EDC

I've got one of these Tesla Lighters. Depends on what you're lighting, though. Good for cigarettes, but you're limited in ho large something can be by the distance between electrodes. I've heard of some that have a wider arc, but can't attest to their quality. I've had my Tesla for 5 years, and while it's not an EDC for me (I carry a vintage Zippo my dad gave me), it's still working and can charge off any standard Micro USB cable.

u/megameg · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I keep reccomending these becuase they are really awesome and practical. Electronic Lighters They are so better then any gas lighters and are really cool!

u/CVJoint · 3 pointsr/AskMen

Looks like it's actually $21. Here's the one I have.
And with a $17 arc lighter you're still under $50. I've got the Tesla coil but it's just a single arc, so you might want to check out the dual arc types. I don't have any experience with those though

u/unknownsoldier9 · 3 pointsr/pics
u/michaeldude6 · 3 pointsr/EDC

Vector Thunderbird Butane Dual Flame Torch and Regular Gas Insert

u/Kv603 · 3 pointsr/cigars

I swapped out the insides of my zippo for a butane-fired Vector butane insert.

All the good looks of a zippo casing, none of the lighter fluid flavor.

u/8BitEra · 3 pointsr/Dynavap

I've been using these and they're doing great so far. They are larger than I anticipated. Not as mobile as I'd like.

I'm assuming you've been working with something more like this?

Edit: I think it was u/Doobitron that suggested the Eagles I bought, so, shout out to him.

u/softwareanomaly · 3 pointsr/Dynavap

GOLDNCONN Jet Torch Cigar Lighter Strong Flame Windproof Butane Fuel Cigarette Lighter (Black)

u/HarryWally · 3 pointsr/Dynavap

Blazer little buddy 2 is pretty awesome. Nice thin flame that really throws like a mini jet engine. Expensive tho, but works perfectly.

I also have an Honest lighter I got off Amazon, it has a toggle switch for regular flame and torch, but I superglued that to the torch setting. Haha. This one works excellent too and takes garbage fuel like a champ. This is a great lighter for the price.

u/chrono13 · 2 pointsr/Survival

If I know I am going to be in a survival situation?

Phone + Battery, 50 Flares, vehicle with a full tank of gas would be my top 3.

More serious you say? Just limiting myself to ordering online, mostly amazon -

  1. Warbonnet hammock and tarp

  2. Sawyer water filter

  3. 1,000 feet of 750 cord

  4. 50 bic lighters

  5. 12 Months supply of food

  6. Heavy knife

  7. Light cheap knife

  8. Any expensive sleeping bag

  9. Cell phone, including my favorite RPG games.

  10. Solar recharger

  • Assumes I am stranded in the forest of the Northwest United States.

    Given a more specific survival situation, a budget, weight limit or other constraints, I may adjust my list accordingly.

u/Spatulamarama · 2 pointsr/trees
u/mitzula · 2 pointsr/cigars

I'd dig throught the cushions of your couch and see if you can rustle up $7 more and get an ALEC BRADLEY BURNER I love mine, totally worth the purchase

u/Im_clean · 2 pointsr/cigars

It's an Alec Bradley "The Burner" table lighter. Amazing product I love it.

u/redditiem2 · 2 pointsr/cigars

I love my Alec Bradley "The Burner". It holds a lot of butane and has a big soft flame. You have to be real careful with touch ups though. :)

EDIT: Doh I just saw you said you were going to buy a burner anyway... Well just make sure you purge all the gas and air out of it before you refill. I've heard of these things breaking it that purge isn't done properly.

u/Zoochillin · 2 pointsr/cigars

It's not exactly pocket-friendly but if you're looking for a very soft flame experience you should check out the Alec Bradley "Burner" tabletop lighter.

Although technically one flame as it has only one primary fuel line, the way the dispersion screen on top works it's more like two dozen little flames all converging into one. Very soft, very diffuse. It's definitely on my Christmas list.

u/morkman100 · 2 pointsr/cigars

Alec Bradley The Burner table lighter.

Basically a bunsen burner but you can actually set the flame really low and get a nice toast going. Huge full tank so you don't have to refill often.

u/CloudWolf40 · 2 pointsr/EDC

I think it would last way longer than three weeks. The rubber O ring seems pretty good and if i keep it tight and fill the lighter as much as it will take then i wouldn't be surprised if thing would last indefinably.
Here is the one i've got.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/EDC
u/visceralhate · 2 pointsr/gaming

Sure! There are a ton of great keychain accessories out there but the criteria for mine are all items must:

1: Be < 2" (Preferably 1.5")

2: Fit in my pockets comfortably (jeans)

3: Be used at least once every 3 months
(Ambu Pouch excluded)

Accessories used Most - Least

The Freekey Sytem is the foundation of the keyring and is one of those products that is so elegant in its simplicity and functionality that it seems like it should have been invented years ago.

The SOG Straight Edge Key Knife comes sharp and has held an edge pretty well over the last few months. With its tiny blade it's not going to replace your Ka-Bar anytime soon but I can almost garuntee that you will use it more frequently.

The Swiss+ Tech 6 in 1 Utility Key coupled with The Infora Key Multitool seems to be gaining ground to overtake the SOG Key Knife as top tool in the line up with flat and Phillips screwdriver heads, bottle opener, and serrated blade.

The Streamlight Nano LED Flashlight is an awesome addition to the gang and probobly the one that has saved my ass the most, there are too many times I've wasted time looking for a light source in the dark.

The 2.0 64 GB Kingston Data Traveler SE9 USB drive. Reasonable speed coupled with great durability. The cast in keyhole eliminates the possibilty of losing the USB from a weak tether and defiantly holds a perminent place in my top 5 keychain accesories. Along with its basic utility I keep a file named "If Found: Reward" on it with my information in case I lose my key ring.

The True Utility TelePen telescoping keychain pen is one of those items that doesent get the everyday recognition the others do but is totally fucking clutch when you do need it. I owe a couple side projects I've picked up to this pen, partly because of the writing aspect but more from it as a talking piece.

The InCharge Ultra Portable Charging Cable is a cool little accessory that I thought would get the boot initially but saved my ass when I was in transit and my buddy only had an Apple cable with his charger.

The True Utility FireStash Keyring Lighter is the only item on the list that I haven't actually "needed" but will probobly keep anyway because fire is such a basic necessity and if I ever DO need it I'm probobly going to name my kids True and Utility.

The Ambu Res-Cue keychain CPR mask rounds out the list but might be the most important. Along with it being being a valuable lifesaving/self protection asset it's also super useful for locating my keys. I once read something about humans being able to see more shades of red than any other color and that our minds are geared to "ook out for it. Whether that's true or not it's always the first thing I see when I misplace them and because of its shape it stops my keys from going between the seats.

I didn't have a ton of time to type this up because I'm on my phone at work but I hope this helps!

u/geshmel · 2 pointsr/Zippo

What? These are pretty normal lighters? I’m not talking about tabletop torches used for creme brulee at restaurants or heating up your dab rig...

u/Bones_MD · 2 pointsr/EDC

What I have here:

  1. Penn State logo Wide Mouthed 32oz Nalgene
  2. Casio G-Shock DW9052
  3. Scorch Torch
  4. Forest Green Victorinox Spartan
  5. Ontario Knife Co. Utilitac II
  6. Kindle Fire HD 8gb
  7. TGT Wallets Cowman 2.0
  8. Remove Before Flight Keychain with Maglite Solitaire and Sandisk Cruzer
  9. Field Notes Cold Horizon
  10. Pentel RSVP

    Not pictured: Nokia Lumia 822
u/54321_fap · 2 pointsr/cigars

Looks like a Scorch Torch lighter that I have

u/jaredjdr · 2 pointsr/Dynavap

I see! It’s similar, but has a condenser inside to help keep it clean and cool the vapor a bit. I use two lighters:

This zippo insert because I’m a nerd for them, and it’s portable. Z-Plus 2.0 Extreme Torch Flame Lighter
It looks like they have a similar thing that comes with a case on the DynaVap website, I have not personally used this one, though.

The other I have was a free gift when I ordered my DynaVap, and I don’t see it anywhere, now. But it is a quad flame (or, mini flamethrower). Better for at home use and heats the dyna quicker.

My recommendation is a dual flame. Easier to learn with!

u/GrimmDemon · 2 pointsr/vaporents

I usually tour Amazon Canada. They have a decent selection of torch lighters.

Here is the link to a 3rd party zippo torch insert. Zippo actually makes a 1st party one now but not in Canada.

Zippo Torch Insert

u/Tri0ptimum · 2 pointsr/vaporents

Cool, I was trying to experiment and find that out. Thanks for letting us know :D! I ended up getting a torch for $8 on Amazon, it's so much quicker.

u/actex007 · 2 pointsr/Dynavap

Torches arw always a tough decision, different torches for different uses for different effects. Double Torches are the sweet spot for me. Decent heat up time and fuel consumption is adequate. The one thing to remember is to bleed them before each fill to let the air out to get optimal results for lighting up on the first try.

I have this model and i love it:

Scorch Torch Tactical Ergonomic Angle Double Jet Flame Torch Cigarette Cigar Lighter w/Keychain and Strap (Gunmetal)

I want to get this one next cause it looks really cool :

Scorch Torch Matterhorn Double Jet Flame Butane Torch Cigarette Cigar Lighter (Gunmetal)

Hope this helps bro.

u/theoldfamiliarsting · 2 pointsr/cigars

I use a scorch torch that works fantastically for the price.

And I'd use cigar bid to fill the humidor, but Small Batch and a couple others are my go to for nice sticks.

u/A-Void-Dance · 2 pointsr/vaporents

Any torch lighter will work. They sell some on the dynavap website. I bought mine at a gas station. You can definitely find 1 at a cigar shop or online.

A single flame torch allows you to get the heat deeper and makes the hits more customizable(differences in where you heat the cap).

I am using something like THIS

u/A_Small_Grey_Stone · 2 pointsr/vaporents

This is what I use, and it's more than powerful enough. You can even use a Bic or a candle. There are 2, 3, and 4 flame lighters that will be faster, but many prefer the precision of a single flame which can allow for bigger hits.

u/EntheoGiant · 2 pointsr/DMT

> Saw it on Hamilton’s pharmacopeia.

The green one? Indeed.

I have the same exact setup as you (except with a Vertigo lighter), but mostly use it for 5-MeO-DMT.

u/PresentAffect · 2 pointsr/vaporents

I should've mentioned I bought the starter kit myself, and while I'm happy with it, I could have done without some of the extra bits since their parts are built to last anyway. My kit came with a triple burner torch (Amazon has a two pack for $17)that I like as well. Gets the cap to a vape temperature a bit faster, but does not perform as well as a single burner if you want to maximize your hits. Dynavap has a good video explaining the difference.

Sneaky Pete also made a good video with some heating tips.

If you decide to get one, enjoy! They are really fun devices and are pretty cheap to boot.

u/CapableProfessional · 2 pointsr/vaporents

use these! solid and fairly cheap for two of them, I use them all the time with my m and they work a dream

u/Semi-Hemi-Demigod · 2 pointsr/trees

I like buying refillable lighters because bics have way too much plastic. I've got one of these guys with a bit of hemp wick wrapped around it, secured by a hair tie. Giant fluid reservoir and it's handy for melting the ends of rope and stuff.

ETA: My lighter rig

u/edillncsu · 2 pointsr/Dynavap

I, like you, had a cheap single-flame torch when i first got my Dynavap. I hated how long it took for me to hear it up as well, especially in windy or cold areas. I found these triple flame torches with great reviews on amazon and decided to order them. They come two to a pack at around $15 for the pack. So far, they’re very reliable, but I’m not too worried about that since they come with a lifetime warranty. and heat up my M much, much faster than my original single flame lighter.

u/oatmeal1977 · 2 pointsr/Dynavap

I haven’t ordered any dual torches from Amazon, but I’ve had a good experience with this Vertigo triple torch.

u/RadioKnife · 2 pointsr/DMT

I found an amazon zico (arc turboflame replica) of the type that's apparently all the rage for use with the GVG after what I found on other sites and what the other commenters suggested :)

u/bicode · 2 pointsr/Dynavap

Zico T-38 is comfortable, and durable single flame torch. It’s the go-to for my Vapcaps.

u/pundapoop · 2 pointsr/vaporents

The zico t38 is $10. Works reliably, easy to adjust flame size and refill.

u/iusuallyjustlurk · 2 pointsr/vaporents

thanks, makes sense

would you use single flame for both a sticky brick and dynavap vapcap?

any torch suggestions? I'm looking at these

u/sozket · 2 pointsr/DMT

Is it all vaporizing? You need to get it all, I keep the tip of the torch flame about an inch from the bulb but also adjusting it here and there as a torch will overheat the dmt, I use this torch which I find to be a very common one, your dmt should be vaporizing fast enough to inhale in one or two hits and leaving nothing but maybe a tiny bit of burnt residue behind

u/antispleen · 2 pointsr/vaporents

Its all I've been using today, and I'm impressed. I have tried a couple of different strains of bud, and the taste is amazing. I don't think I have the right torch yet. I have a nice double and triple jet, for my vapcaps, but my single jets are the wrong shape to hold properly with this vape. I have a big single jet that works OK if I'm careful, but a shop down the road sells these for 5 bucks, I have had one before, and I think it will be prefect. Will report back when I get it.

u/KJCollins · 2 pointsr/woahdude

You can get this one on amazon for like $20. Not an X but still the same thing. I've got one.

u/UndeadBBQ · 2 pointsr/EDC

Buy the cheapest, disposable lighter set you can find. My tip.

I feel like a lighter is such an easily lost (or stolen) thing that buying something expensive isn't worth the money.

If you still want something efficient, then check these out:

Tesla Coil Lighters. Also great conversation starters.

If you want something with a flame, I'd recommend torch lighters - windproof, quick and even stylish in some cases.

u/zimirken · 2 pointsr/AskElectronics

Wrap the fuse with nichrome wire and connect it across a lithium battery. Also, arc lighters already exist, and they work pretty well.

u/Catfish_Mudcat · 2 pointsr/mallninjashit

It's listed as a windproof lighter, nowhere does it say it will only work with cigarettes and nothing else. I figured it could at least light a cigar but nope not easily.

u/AQDelumni · 2 pointsr/CampingGear

Thanks. As far as packs go, I'm also pretty set on only buying Ospreys in the future because of their lifetime policy. I've got a Farpoint, a Talon and a Rev, but I'm weighing my options until my intro main pack that isn't an Osprey falls apart.

Separating is good, too. The Tesla lighters are just as heavy (if not heavier) as a Zippo or the ferro rods bc of the internal battery, but they're also SUPER fun. I've been using this one It's like a mini taser. I fully charged mine when I got it and tried to count how many times I could turn it on for 3 second durations, and I stopped counting at 200 only because I got bored with just pressing the button.

u/betamaleorderbride · 2 pointsr/PipeTobacco

I've got a standard nickel plated Zippo from 1954 or '55, I forget. Bought it at a flea marked in Pennsylvania when I was in college, I think I paid a dollar for it. I've carried it every day since.

Without the shitty Zippo internals, mind you. They're sitting in a box in my closet. I'd have long since gone broke refilling it every other day. I use this guy in it because I can get a jet flame for cigars and a nice soft flame for pipes.

u/Money_for_days · 2 pointsr/Dynavap

Eagle torch all the way man:

The link there is $13 for 4. I paid $13 for ONE at my local cigar shop but it was way better than the 10 dollar pos I bought with my dynavap so I’m still pleased with ‘overspending’ on it. The reservoir is large but you will definitely be refilling every few days with any lighter unless you don’t use the vap cap often. This torch overall is the most reliable of the four I have tried personally.

Trust me, there is no need to go fancier than something like this, if refueling as little as possible is your top concern then get a kitchen torch that you screw onto a canister of butane and that will be your best bet! (The flame will be a tad big, use on the smallest possible setting)

Also buy yourself some good butane, I bought Colibri after buying a crap bottle first and it’s worth it just to extend the life of your torch/its reliability. It’s really not even much more expensive than the cheap options.

One last thing, consider than anything really small and discreet is just gonna end up being hot and annoying/uncomfortable to use.

u/Icedteaallday · 2 pointsr/vaporents
u/bcbud78 · 2 pointsr/Dynavap

GOLDNCONN Mini Jet Pencil Flame Torch Butane Gas Fuel Welding Soldering Lighter Cigar (Black-S) (Black-S)

This one.

u/mdh_4783 · 2 pointsr/vaporents

In my experience, Sticky Bricks can go through herb pretty quick. I tend to pack large bowls though. People say they're good for micro dosing, but I just don't pack small.
I was using a small Honest torch that came with my Jr. Recently switched to a larger Honest torch.

u/kobun253 · 1 pointr/trees

ive been thinking of getting This and be good for a long time....

u/YouMeandtheREmakes3 · 1 pointr/IFseniorclass

I got you covered there too!

Includes two car adapter slots AND two USB ports!

u/random12356622 · 1 pointr/Dashcam

> Does anyone know the size of the plug that goes into the camera?

The power plug?

Thinkware Hardwire kit - Link - I think Blackboxmycar also sells 3rd party hardwire kits that are very similar to the thinkware ones. - Along with Cig/power adapters.

> Bottom line. I'd like to replace the OEM power cable with a different kind (either USB or a cigarette adapter that has USB inputs so I can charge multiple devices at once).

No, no, no, no. This is a terrible idea.

  • So if you have Cig adapter to the Dash cam. You can simply hardwire the dash cam to the fusebox, and solve your lack of Cig Adapter problems.

  • If you have the dash cam hardwired to the fusebox already: Purchase a 2nd hardwire kit, and hardwire the other devices to a different fuse - (Make sure low voltage cut off feature 11.8v or higher) (11.8v, 12.0v, 12.2v Deep cycling), (12.4v Normal use) Deep cycling the battery will 1/2 the life expectancy of the battery. They sell Micro Hardwire kits, Mini Hardwire kits, and USB C hardwire kits for your other devices.

    If you still need more ports, Example: Cig Adapters with splitters but seriously, you shouldn't really need to.

    For reference 11.6v = dead battery.
u/spaceballsrules · 1 pointr/Dashcam

Be careful that the 2nd DC outlet is not constant power i.e. on even when ignition is off. My car (Mazda CX-5) has 3 total DC outlets. The one that is embedded in the dash powers on/off with the ignition, but the DC outlets in my console and in my trunk are always on, even when the ignition is turned off. If I plugged a dashcam into the console or trunk DC outlets, I could very easily discharge my battery if I wasn't paying attention.

You could always use a dual DC outlet adapter in the outlet you are already using to power your current dashcam. Dashcams do not need much power, and they are low amperage devices as well, so the power draw would be well within the limits of your one DC outlet. Something like this or this would work just fine. Just shop around for the one that you feel is the best quality for your price range. You may also need to get a 12V extension cable like this in order for the rear camera's cable to reach the power outlet.

If you want to use parking mode in either or both of your dashcams, you should look into a voltage cutoff device like a Black Magic Pro or Vico-Power Plus. You could also use a battery pack such as the Cellink B 2nd. Gen. or Blackvue Power Magic B-112.

u/TxCoastal · 1 pointr/cigars
u/reddit455 · 1 pointr/vaporents

yellow flame (candle).. no. lots of soot.

butane lighters offer a more focused flame, you get the most even heating. more control.


i have one of these.. dynavap, or dab rig - the flame is adjustable, and the tank is huge.



IH is hands down, game changer.

even heating.

don't need to pay attention (rotating tip over flame).

the major reason is convenience.


you forgot conduction... don't use the cap at all..

you adjust the max temp with a knob.

u/superdang9000 · 1 pointr/Dynavap
u/jmeeh121 · 1 pointr/trees
u/sebalinsky · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These torch lighters are pretty cool


u/ars2458 · 1 pointr/Ultralight

Thanks for the feedback!

For the water, I agree that I brought too much water. When I went to Olympic last year I only carried a liter of water with me at a time, but for Big Bend there is only a few streams that generally dry up in the summer (can't be relied on) and the Rio Grande. The route we went only came within about 5 miles of the Rio Grande, and the creeks were reduced to stagnant puddles by the time we went. The Big Bend website suggests a gallon per person per day of water, and we brought 4 gallons between us for 3 days, and that was still too much. I am a hyper water conservationist when I backpack, and I think I can get by with about 2 liters per person per day going forward. I had never done a desert trip before, so I went conservative to be safe.

The trash compactor bag is an intriguing idea. I have historically just done the ducks back to keep my stuff mostly dry and the dry sack to keep my sleeping bag dry so I would never freeze to death, but I like the idea of the compactor bag without the dry bag. I think I messed up my sub kilo by using a compression sack for the first 6 years that I owned it.

I have been eyeing those thermarest xlite pads. My current thermarest is about 10 years old and not very thick.

The rain jacket umbrella combo is something I have been testing recently. The Patagonia jacket I have is essentially a wind shirt, so anything more than a drizzle goes straight through it. So without an umbrella, I would be almost without rain gear. The umbrella has some other benefits like being a wind break, allowing easy night time bathroom breaks, and makes it easier to check maps while its raining and such. I think I will get an OR Helium at some point and bring that whenever it is a low chance of rain, or for particularly long trips.

I searched a bit for a torch style lighter, and these are the only ones that I have found:

Soto Which just loads generic bic style lighters into it for fuel.
Gizga Which requires you to buy separate fuel and recharge it.

I tried the Gizga one time, and I could only get a tiny bit of fuel to charge it, so it only lasted a day or two. I might have a defective unit, so I may try getting another one.

Thanks again for the advice! I will definitely test your ideas out!

u/crimsonjella · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

this on yours is awesome! i love bioshock it's my favorite game. although i haven't played the new bioshock yet and i love bioshock! i might play it soon though hopefully.

this on mine because this thing looks really awesome i'm a bit of a pyro and really love looking at the flame for some reason and lighting candles and such so this thing is really awesome looking xD

a lot of the things on your list look really awesome actually like the shower head color changes, beatles decal, minecraft creeper, etc... i think we do have at least a little similar taste

thanks for have multiple contests in one night that's really cool of you :3

u/wood_turner2 · 1 pointr/saplings

IMHO, these are a better idea and much safer:

Switch Flame Butane Torch Pipe Lighter #109

45 Degree Angle Jet Flames Butane Torch Lighter Edition 4

Windproof Triple Jet Flame Torch Cigar Lighter

It's to easy to do serious personal/property damage with a propane torch.

Amazon has a good selection of pipe/cigar torches and culinary torches better suited for "sitting around the living room" use. Any decent tobacco shop probably carries at least one torch lighter.

u/Sunswing · 1 pointr/vaporents

Sorry for the late reply. The first one I used was this one until it broke when I dropped it. I can't find an American (just assuming) link for the one I'm using now. The Canadian this if you want it. They're really just cheap knock-off lighters though.

u/QuikAF77 · 1 pointr/cigars

I prefer to use softflame lighters, just enjoy them a lot more. For that I turn to:

  • IM Corona Old Boy This is apipe lighter, but absolutely fantastic.
  • Xikar EX Solid softflame for when I don't bring my IM Corona out.

    For torches:

  • Alec Bradley Hendrix FX3 For when it is windy, not really a fan of triple flame lighters though.
  • Ronson Jetlite The most reliable single flame torch made. Had one for a dozen years or so before it went missing at a bachelor party. Luckily a replacement is like $6 at Walmart.
  • Xikar Genesis A decent single flame, mine went missing at a herf unfortunately.
  • Carbon Fiber Jet Torch A complete piece of shit. Got a 2 pack off cbid for like $3, both quit working inside of 3 days....steer clear of these, CI likes to make them an optional freebie.
u/wowiwiwi · 1 pointr/EDC
u/genericdude999 · 1 pointr/CampingGear

I have a Ronson Jetlite in my survival kit, along with other fire starters. For what it costs it's a surprisingly well made lighter. Very reliable. They practically give them away at Walmart. Fill with butane. Has a jet flame which is more wind resistant than a regular Bic lighter. I have a friend with a battered Jetlite that has been her main backpacking lighter for many years. Bics are a standard fire starter for long distance through hikers who are on the trail for weeks or months though. That should tell you something.

Remember anything with butane fuel has to be warm to light. This means put it in an inner pocket in your clothing before you try to use it. I have read but not experienced, jet flame lighters are more susceptible to high altitudes than lower pressure Bics.

u/BrandonVenier · 1 pointr/vaporents

Been using one of these on and off for the past 7 years. No complaints. Looks nice enough. Works nice enough. Solid construction and it's cheap enough that it's easily replaced if it gets lost or stolen.

u/Collector797 · 1 pointr/EDC

Sure. It's a great little lighter. Period. The fact that it's less than 5$ at your local Walgreens makes it even better. It has a jet flame, and it runs off butane. The form factor is very Zippo-ish, but it is slightly slimmer. It has a strong child safety, but it can be removed relatively easily and the flame can be turned up to your heart's desire.

Reviews can be found here that will back up all my personal opinions:

u/sdraz · 1 pointr/EDC

Yeah. Here is the lighter from the True Utility website and here it is on Amazon. I paid about 10 bucks with shipping from Amazon. The most it should cost anywhere would be about 20 bucks.

u/I_love_quiche · 1 pointr/cigars

Recently picked up a Scorch Torcch Skyline Triple Flame for $12 from Amazon shipped (Prime) as a spare travel butane lighter and feel it's worth the money. The lighter is constructs from metal and the lighting mechanism has a satisfying feel to it usually only comes with more expensive lighters.

Scorch also have a more sleek model for $15 that I may pick one up as well.

u/slukas1 · 1 pointr/vaporents
u/werunthenleast · 1 pointr/cigars

I use this. Works just fine for me.

u/SonofYeshua · 1 pointr/vaporents

Z-Plus 2.0 Extreme Torch Flame Lighter

Def looks like that one

u/bananaorangepotato · 1 pointr/Dynavap

I realize this is not the requirements you're looking for , but I've found a VERY reliable lighter system that hasn't let me down yet (2 months in). Called the Zplus 2.0, its a zippo insert, dual flame, 23$ CAD at the moment, I paid > 40$ and have no regrets! Already had the case to put it in , so maybe add that to your price...

Linky link:

u/Yillis · 1 pointr/EDC

But do you want a zippo?

Z-Plus 2.0 Extreme Torch Flame Lighter Insert

u/Kraivyne · 1 pointr/vaporents

It's basically a 2 torch zippo. Its pretty good.

I was originally just going to get the Z Plus 2 insert from amazon, but that costs $18. With the 420 discount I got the Z Plus 2 with zippo for $12.

u/redcrxsi · 1 pointr/vaporents

Tried it with my zippo, with a Z plus insert. 10 seconds.
I'm not sure what exactly is noticeable anyway. The triple flame torch from Dynavap is BIC lighter sized.

u/Pono_kai · 1 pointr/cigars

Ones similar to this are recommended a lot on this sub.

Some people like Xikar lighters because the lifetime warranty.

I've used both of these for a couple of years without any problems.

u/Dudeguy21 · 1 pointr/Dynavap
u/Vrikkian · 1 pointr/cigars

Me too. I don't know if it's just bad luck or karma coming back to get me, but all the fancy ones just don't cut it.

Actually, I have a Scorch Torch. Apologies - I have a Vector too, and it also works well, but my every day is a Scorch. Here's the link to Amazon. $10!

u/jdub922 · 1 pointr/cigars

Late to the party, but I've recently been liking the ScorchTorch and it's built in punch.

u/PabstyLoudmouth · 1 pointr/preppers

I like using the Djeep lighters for disposable lighters and I use this little propane torch. I also carry waterproof matches in my INCH bag.

u/PS420Ninja · 1 pointr/vaporents

Scorch Torch Tactical Ergonomic Angle Double Jet Flame Torch Cigarette Cigar Lighter w/ Keychain and Strap (Gunmetal)

u/Kairbear · 1 pointr/vaporents I got this a lil over a month ago for my dynavaps, its quckly become one of my favorite torches. Decent size tank for how compact it is, very comfortable to use. 2 small double flames allow for good heat penetration with very even distribution. The 2 drawbacks it has is no visible tank level and it doesn't work real well with the flame inverted(heating up from underneath.)

u/MARS822 · 1 pointr/Dynavap

Agreed on the amazing quality of the M & the crap quality of the two flame torch as I did the exact same thing. claimed this Scorch Torch was popping so I ordered one. Delivery is today so I have no clue if it's any better. Good thing I have a three day weekend to thoroughly test it out! :-)

u/te-fod · 1 pointr/vaporents

With vaporisers like the dynavap M or a sticky brick, ones that are typically called battery free or butane powered vapes they use a lighter like this

You can use a normal lighter with the M but I wouldn’t recommend it, they produce a lot more soot

u/terppyderpy · 1 pointr/Dynavap


  1. No, Dynavap does not send out mailed ads. You will not be receiving any solicitations from Dynavap at any of your addresses.
  2. From what I've read, airflow (biggest functional improvement from the 2018 M) of the 2019 M rivals that of the Ti tip. The only reason you would want to get a Ti tip is if you want a quicker heat up and cool down. The stock SS tip is still heats up and cools down wicked quick. If ordering from Dynavap, I'd say go ahead and pay for the $10 upgrade if you are not on a budget. You could probably recoup some of that $10 if you plan to resell later down the road. The Ti tip is $40 by itself.
  3. The kit isn't worth it, especially if you do not need the Dynastash. Your 2019 M should come with a green tube and does a great job at holding in odor for you to carry it around. The wax from the kit can be substituted with a tube of Burts Bee's lip balm that can be bought for $3. Use it to lubricate your O-rings to prevent it from drying out. The extra screen/CCD is great but I've been using my 2018 M heavily and have yet to find a need to replace my screen. I do not see myself needing to replace it in the near future. The lighter is cool but a 5 pack from Amazon could be had for relatively cheap and it works well. More on that in #5. The pipe cleaners are also cool but I find that you can squeeze a q-tip dipped in ISO through all of the essential parts that needs cleaning (condenser tube + tip). Furthermore, you can purchase pipe cleaners separately on Amazon. Pipe cleaners from Zen are touted to be amongst the best.
  4. This is personal preference. If you want your your vapor cooler, lay off the airport. If you want a faster and milkier extraction, choke it (the airport). I usually get 2.5 hits per heat cycle, 1st hit I cover the airport (inhale, hold it in, exhale) then 2nd hit I alternate (on/off), 3rd hit no choke.
  5. Single flame is best, double flame is ok, three flames should be avoided. I have all three and using a single flame provides better hits and more precision. I only use a dual flame if I'm too lazy to refill my single with butane but only utilize one fo the two flames if that makes sense. I have a Ronson single torch that I bought on clearance at a local grocery store. I also have a Blazer Venture which is a dual flame although I do not recommend it because it does not hold a lot of butane and gets hot to the touch easily. The go-to is generic or Eagle branded single torch lighters found on Amazon; 5 for $10 or 10 for $18. Literally can't lose with that even if some are DOA. The important thing is to refill with quality butane (I use Zippo and Colibri Premium).

    As for tips, the sweet spot to heat is the NA on "DYNAVAP" on the cap while rotating it.
u/ambiguousresult · 1 pointr/Stims

Just bought these and the click it's not too bad. Small enough to hide and easy to see how much fuel you have left.

u/ghostparasites · 1 pointr/Dynavap

i ended up getting this 2pk for my new shadow M.

u/rawlion · 1 pointr/vaporents

This is my favorite lighter, it's a triple flame, so it's good for everything except getting the milkiest hits out of a water piece. For thick bong rips I suggest using a single flame. I have an honest single flame torch from my sticky brick. Works super great.

u/m0n3yman · 1 pointr/cigars

Also it could be the butane that you use. I had the same issues before and then I did some research and that is usually the problem. Buy good butane like Vector 14x or Xikar high performance high altitude. I used lesser brands before and through away lighters, luckily they weren’t expensive. Also make sure you bleed the lighter fully before each refill. But I have two of those lighters I linked and they work flawlessly.

u/Bacon843 · 1 pointr/Dynavap

Vertigo by Lotus Cyclone Triple Torch Cigar Lighter Charcoal 2 Pack

$18 - 2pack of triple torch lighters. I’ve had them for months with daily use. If you use good quality butane (like your Colibri) they should last. Went through 4 lighters in a month before I found these.

u/BattlinBud · 1 pointr/Dynavap

Just buy this lighter. Dynavap also uses these for some of their kits, but you can just get two of them for less than 9 bucks each here, and they work great. All my cigar-smoking friends swear by them too.

u/Too_Much_Tunah · 1 pointr/trees

like the other person said they are resinous as fuck and difficult to burn, so adding some sort of tinder like regular flower helps, however, if you have a small torch like this they will burn fine on their own in a pipe. I wouldn't even bother with a joint or a bong though, it will just get clogged.

u/We_Real_Cool · 1 pointr/vancouver
u/Terrywmartin · 1 pointr/cigars

I've been using this for the past week or so. It produces a jet flame and a soft flame. I have a small Zippo selection so I used on of my favorite cases.

Vector Thunderbird Butane Dual Flame Torch and Regular Gas Insert

u/_Brazenhead_ · 1 pointr/Zippo

I'm a bit late to this post, but I'll throw in my 2 cents anyways.

I've had a few of them and overall would recommend them. They're great for what you're trying to accomplish.

The first one I bought was the flint-and-wheel with soft flame model. That worked well but after a few months, I began to have real problems with the flame being unusable. My suspicion is that flint particles fouled up the nozzle. I'm sending that one in on warranty.

Then I bought the single torch model, as well as a Vertigo brand Z-Plus 2 Extreme. They both are good. The Thunderbird worked well and I never had problems with it. Ended up giving that one to a friend. I liked the Z-Plus a little bit better. It had two torches angled inward at each other, and it also had a transparent tank so you could easily see your fuel level. The Thunderbird fit better into my Zippo cases, but the Z-Plus was fine after I bent the piece of metal inside of the lid that catches the cam.

Thought I was set with that Z-Plus and I was for a while, but then I found out that there was a Thunderbird model that had both a single jet torch as well as a soft flame, and it was not flint-ignited. That is the one I've been EDC'ing ever since. It's fantastic and I couldn't recommend it more highly.

u/Kurtac · 1 pointr/cigars

I have one of these, i really prefer a single torch over the triple i had

u/KevinStoley · 1 pointr/Dynavap

Yeah I really like them. I've had several for around a year and they all still work fine.

Eagle torch

u/Doobitron · 1 pointr/Dynavap

Grab an order of these

And this

Also this to clean the condenser and tip

Always confirm the cooldown click to avoid combusting. Try leaving the airport open the whole time. You'll find that you dont really need to file grooves. Plus the vapor is WAY smoother.

u/BlatantOrgasm · 1 pointr/Dynavap

That’s what I got. Still using the same one for about 6 months now (have refilled it a couple times). It used to light on the first click but only recently started requiring 2-3, so it may finally be wearing out

Also it says they don’t have gas in them but mine arrived full so idk

u/kitty_head_butts · 1 pointr/Dynavap

I have been really liking this one:

GOLDNCONN Jet Torch Cigar Lighter, Strong Flame Windproof Butane Fuel Cigarette Lighter (Black)

u/shimaken · 1 pointr/chinaglass

Honest Butane Lighter. Highly recommend as the quality is superior to the one that comes w/the DynaVap starter pack.

u/Pab_Jr · 0 pointsr/cigars

I use the Alec Burner. Been using it the last few months. No issues

u/Strormageddon · 0 pointsr/shutupandtakemymoney

Theres another one on Amazon that apparently only makes the annoying noise after five seconds. Might be a bit wider as well.

"Tesla Coil LightersTM USB Rechargeable Windproof Arc Lighter"