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For you cigar smokers - Blazer torch

Just an fyi, I have been using this lighter for over 10 years, it is dying a slow death, so in looking for a repacement, I found this site.

This is without a doubt the best cigar lighter I have ever used, you all know how hard it is to get a good relight on a cigar that has gone out, well this does the job. Retail is like $70, but this place is under $40 delivered.

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http://www.smallparts.com/Blazer-PB2...AF&pf_rd_t=301

ps, don't try to get this past airport security.

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That's definitely a conversation piece...


Mine's 7.5 yrs old and the only complaint is that the blue shit on the front used to light up when I opened the lid... it doesn't anymore...




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Wooden matches are all you should be using.




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When I buy cigars they always give me a FREE lighter. it works just as well as its $40 brothers

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You can buy the same kind of lighter for like $4 at most smoke shops, though probably not the same build quality. I agree with the wooden match sentiment.
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No, you should light a small shunt of cedar, with non-chemical enhanced wooden matches and then proceed to toast the cigar.

When I was really into cigars (before a couple of surgeries killed it for me-terrible acid reflux) I would use a Zippo at some of the shops just to see the faces of the patrons. Good times.
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Wooden matches are all you should be using.

Butane is OK....... Lighter fluid is bad - taints the taste.


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Butane is OK....... Lighter fluid is bad - taints the taste.


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Meh, any sort of fuel will taint the taste.
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Meh, any sort of fuel will taint the taste.
Even the sulfur from a match head....

Gotta use a laser or magnifying glass to be a pure 'snob'.

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Lighter fluid is butane.


Right..... I meant Ronsonol or other oily fuels for wick type lighters.
Ronsonol in-particular is scented for a pleasing smell that wrecks your cigar.


Some smokers are offended by butane...... many think butane is fine.


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Even the sulfur from a match head....

Gotta use a laser or magnifying glass to be a pure 'snob'.
after you light it, let it burn past that down into the shaft, turn sideways and light your cigar with wooden part of the match stick.

if you wanna be a real snob, you have a cuban women light it for you, then as you smoke it she pours you some brandy and proceeds to suck you off.



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No, you should light a small shunt of cedar, with non-chemical enhanced wooden matches and then proceed to toast the cigar.

When I was really into cigars (before a couple of surgeries killed it for me-terrible acid reflux) I would use a Zippo at some of the shops just to see the faces of the patrons. Good times.
+1 but highly impractical, especially on a golf course. Tri-burner butane FTW.
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Even the sulfur from a match head....

Gotta use a laser or magnifying glass to be a pure 'snob'.
That's why you let it burn past the head before you light. Lighting a cigar with a magnifying glass sounds kind of tricky, much easier with a pipe.
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I doubt very few here have the palate to tell the difference in 5% humidity or the difference between Ecuador or Nicaragua long leaf, 7 or 12 year when wrapped in the same Sumatra wrapper..... so let's face it.. who gives a shit what you light it with.

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I light mine with the kitchen stove, mostly.

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I just use the wooden matches that most smoke shops give out when I buy cigars from them. 60% of the time it works every time and they're free with the cigars.

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I just use the wooden matches that most smoke shops give out when I buy cigars from them. 60% of the time it works every time and they're free with the cigars.
and the other 40% ?

Not a great average, what if you only came home 60% of the time without an off when riding?

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and the other 40% ?

Not a great average, what if you only came home 60% of the time without an off when riding?
60% of the time it works every time.
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if you wanna be a real snob, you have a cuban women light it for you, then as you smoke it she pours you some brandy and proceeds to suck you off.
I must be going to the wrong cigar store!

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