Zippo Lighters: Brass
Zippo Lighters: Brass
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Handcrafted in the U.S. since 1932, authentic Zippo lighters are famed for their durability, windproof design, and lifetime warranty Read More
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zulicious65
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Jan 13, 2021
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Perfect Buddai
I rub the belly everyday. The Zen monk depiction and pose is stunning. Solid brass lighter feels and sounds great. Mine came in perfectly aligned with no under or over bite. Love the double flame butane insert too.
GaripMeyve
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Jan 6, 2021
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Great!
Great Zippo, came out of the box pretty shiny but quickly acquired a duller, nicer patina.
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Hawks19
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Jan 3, 2021
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Not the qaulity i was expecting
Zippos have always been one of my favorite lighters and I've owned many over the years. This is a nice lighter but doesn't seem to be the same quality as Zippos I've owned in the past. Worth the money I spent but it could be better
Augustusmax
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Dec 29, 2020
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How inexpensive it has become but same quality
Liked it all brought back memories from the military and the comfortable feel of it in my pocket
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Yoodles
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Dec 15, 2020
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Still have it
Very reliable lighter. bought it in 2015, still in use today. Just change the flint and string occasionally and refuel when empty.
Kolarius
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Dec 12, 2020
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Fine lighter, still using it
Only gripe is that fuel quickly evaporates if not in constant use. Overall it is fine for that price.
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TheDude0007
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Nov 28, 2020
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1941 Replica + Butane Insert = Perfect Combo
The 1941 replica case shape is classic and the only way to go!
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mcabriel
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Nov 27, 2020
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1941 Replica + Tumbled Armor = Two of the bests!
1941 Replica - One of the best vintage and classic Zippo case finish! Have several zippo cases but this one never tires me to look at within my EDC rotation. Tumbled Armor = Best armored zippo case IMO. Brass + Armored? Nice combo right
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daddycool
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Nov 26, 2020
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Good quality, as expected
Can't ever go wrong with zippo, the brass finish is nice and stands to the test of time, even with daily use, although my unit seemed slightly leakier than my other zippos, but I'll guess this is just a one off thing
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Honeybadgers
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Nov 15, 2020
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Get the butane insert and read this if it has problems lighting.
I do adore my zippo, have a vintage WW2 style raw brass one that has a fantastic patina. I really like natural wick lighters, but I don't smoke, and I generally just keep a lighter in my pocket for when I have a patient that does smoke and really wants a light before I drop them off at the psych hospital or something, or need to melt off a frayed nylon end or something. And I was literally refilling this once a week. I got the butane insert and noticed that it really struggled to light. Figured it out - the post that creates the ignition arc was vent far enough back that it was arcing backwards to the body and not down to the rim of one of the torches like it should. Used a flathead screwdriver (anything would work though, you could do it with a dime) to push it down just a touch and after that, every time I pushed the ignitor, it arcs down to the rim of the torch and lights with 100% reliability. And it holds onto butane well, also. Leave it for months unused and it lights right up. I do with there was a way to make the wick system last longer. Even if I still had to fill it once a month, I'd be happy. But the butane insert means I still get to have that nice clinkey toy in my pocket.
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Kiefofpolice
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Nov 16, 2020
You should try the rechargeable double arc electric one. Like a little mini taser. And as for the butane inserts the best way to do it is turn the flame height down when you refill it, wait 5 minutes for it to get back to room temperature and put flame height back to mid to high, and it lights everytime after it gets back to room temp.
Honeybadgers
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Nov 17, 2020
Like I described - none of those were my issue - I have the double flame butane insert, and have a rechargeable arc lighter stick lighter, but that would be much less useful unless I was using it to light very specific things (they suck for melting the edge of frayed nylon in particular.) The problem was very specifically that the electrode itself was not bent far enough forward (it really needed a half millimeter of adjustment downward) which was causing the arc to go backwards to the body of the insert, not down to the rim of the torch. Essentially it was like having a spark plug wire that was broken internally, causing it to arc to the engine block instead of through the spark plug. Ain't gonna make fire when the spark is somewhere there ain't nothing to burn.
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