Zippo Hand Warmer

Zippo Hand Warmer

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The next time you’re caught in a blizzard or shivering in the bleachers, don’t rely on your jacket alone to fight frostbite in your fingers. A refillable, odorless, and entirely safe way to stay nice and toasty, Zippo hand warmers give you complete protection against the elements in a package that comfortably slips into your pocket Read More

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KP78
25
Jan 7, 2020
One question though. How do you carry this on airlines? In check-in baggage or Carry-on? I have ordered this. Should be arriving in a week or so.
dirc
89
Dec 10, 2019
how is it even possible that zippo made this without a standard flint system from the millions of lighter they make?? imho, this makes it completely useless frankly I can't believe it's the same zippo company, perhaps braindeath has set in?
NiteNinja
139
Dec 7, 2019
Currently at $20 for 2, with shipping and tax, it's just under $24. If you have Amazon Prime, it's $21.84 + tax. If you don't have Amazon Prime, it's $27.83 + tax. So Drop is a better deal if you don't pay for Prime.
Pointy
226
Dec 7, 2019
Cheaper on Amazon.
Marty911
0
Mar 18, 2019
Can it be use as a lighter???
KP78
25
Jan 7, 2020
Doubt it. It does say it doesn't have a flame.
Merida66
3
Feb 7, 2019
The price is not any kind of saivings! This is why I haven't bothered with much on here. No deals to be found.
xgcatx
7
Feb 5, 2019
Was very interested until I saw the drop price? Really??? I'm with everyone else on this... where's the deals? Bring the deals back please.
PCTRipper
3
Dec 30, 2018
Bought mine brand new a few years ago for $9 at an Army-Navy store. I don't see any upgrades or improvements that would warrant this price jump.
Jhawins
142
Nov 19, 2018
Come on these are $12 each any day ever... Even locally. What the Mass Drop
EekaMoose
6
Nov 17, 2018
I've been using two of these for awhile. This I find may be cheapest safe heater option as I refill it from a can of Coleman camp fuel (naphtha). It's also very eazy to extinguish anytime by sealing inside ziplock bag contrary to many youtube reviews. Cut the oxygen and warmer goes out in a few minutes. When you're working outside all day through Canadian winters these are great. Btw, I use graduated plastic syringe to fill mine, this way I can guesstimate burn time and easily scoop from can of naphtha.
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