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I know we have some young folks on here on the forum and might not know this. I love to smoke cigars and a nice adult drink LOL. I use a butane torch lighter to light my cigar. But for you people that use butane torch lighter be careful as what fuel to use in it. If you shop walmart for a cheap fuel. Your lighter will not last long. There is different grades of fuel just like for your car. The best place to find a good quality fuel is a cigar shop. Or onine. There is lots of info out there on the net. But I will leave a link for you any how. Have a great day folks. Karl.

http://www.thetobaccoshop.com/Lighters/ButaneLighterRepairs.htm
 

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Hello,

I recall coming across a nice torch lighter that uses disposable lighters. I thought this would be great for Paracord projects, but I have since been unable to find where I saw it. Does that style of a lighter ring a bell to you?
 

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I use the butane in a yellow can with a red top. I use it in my flexible Benzomatic BBQ lighter.
 

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That's a nice looking torch.
 

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I was searching through old threads a few weeks ago after my Zippo stick lighter started acting up. Can't remember who, but someone here recommended the Ronson Jetlite that's $5 at Walgreen's, Wally World, etc. I grabbed one and it really does work well. Plus, for the price, I can buy two. Someday, when it quits working, I've got a backup.
 

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Hello All,
I know we have some young folks on here on the forum and might not know this. I love to smoke cigars and a nice adult drink LOL. I use a butane torch lighter to light my cigar. But for you people that use butane torch lighter be careful as what fuel to use in it. If you shop walmart for a cheap fuel. Your lighter will not last long. There is different grades of fuel just like for your car. The best place to find a good quality fuel is a cigar shop. Or onine. There is lots of info out there on the net. But I will leave a link for you any how. Have a great day folks. Karl.

http://www.thetobaccoshop.com/Lighters/ButaneLighterRepairs.htm

I've seen that link before, and it's really good info. Didn't know all that 'til I read it.
 

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I was searching through old threads a few weeks ago after my Zippo stick lighter started acting up. Can't remember who, but someone here recommended the Ronson Jetlite that's $5 at Walgreen's, Wally World, etc. I grabbed one and it really does work well. Plus, for the price, I can buy two. Someday, when it quits working, I've got a backup.
I talked about how well those lighters work also.
 
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