Zippo Lighters: Matte Finish
Zippo Lighters: Matte Finish
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Handcrafted in the US since 1932, authentic Zippo lighters are famed for their durability and windproof design. This series of Zippos feature a non-reflective matte finish Read More

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Vitamins
21
Sep 24, 2020
Received my Zippo + butane insert. Looks and works great! Ended up paying $50 AUD in total shipped to Australia. For comparison, the butane insert is $45 and the Zippo itself is $50 on Amazon Australia.
Trapvandal
0
Aug 20, 2020
Sooo did everyone's order get refunded and cancelled? Super disappointed..
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arnasswede
1
Aug 20, 2020
It says reserved for shipment in my case.
Honeybadgers
277
Aug 11, 2020
I don't smoke, but I always keep a zippo on hand when I'm on duty - it's been useful quite a few times. Mostly though, as an olive branch when I'm talking to a psych or homeless person and they need a smoke but don't have a light (for some reason this is a regular thing I run into) I can cover them. Got really sick of refilling it once a week however - butane insert solved that. But my zippo butane insert didn't light properly, the spark was moving backwards to the edge of the insert rather than across/down the torches. All it needed was a small screwdriver bending the sparking point down just a smidge. Been working fine for years since. Honestly hate the finish on these though. I like my WWII brass reissue.
jcadle
3
Aug 10, 2020
This doesn't come with any fuel, right? You'd still need to purchase the fuel separately for the lighter to work?
nemeckristijan
13
Aug 11, 2020
That's right. No fuel.
jbmonkey
9
Aug 8, 2020
blah. we need a reissue 2003 solid copper version. no thanks on this one.
MSantos
7
Aug 8, 2020
Does anyone know: if I add a butane insert, does the product have the insert replaced or does it come with the original, and additionally the butane insert?
You still get the original wick/flint lighter when you add the insert. The lighter will come how it normally does and the insert is shipped in its own box.
nemeckristijan
13
Aug 11, 2020
You get standard Zippo insert in Zippo model you ordered (in its box) and you get butane insert separately (in its box).
arda
182
Sep 10, 2019
Nice! Got shipping information this morning (17 days earlier than estimated date). I hope it turns out nice.
ASchwartz
5
Jun 26, 2019
I don’t get it. Almost bought this, then went in Amazon and found it for $12.05 with free prime shipping. Why is the retail price listed at $39.99 when Amazon lists it for $19.99?
BenTWP
104
Aug 9, 2020
Yep. In Canada they're about $40, and the butane insert is $20+.
nemeckristijan
13
Aug 11, 2020
In Croatia this models would cost around $50 and butane insert about $30.
ruggles
105
Mar 19, 2019
$9.19 on AMZN.
Zane
201
Aug 19, 2020
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In this case Amazon only distributes items that are sent to them and takes a fee for doing so. Make sure you're buying from items sent by Zippo to Amazon, and chances of getting a fake are basically 0% If the listing says Sold by "FakeChinaZippos", fulfilled by Amazon, then chances are higher of getting a fake... Hopefully that clears things up for you!
Zane
201
Aug 19, 2020
Here's some further reading if you're interested: https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201889310
billc
401
Mar 19, 2019
Regarding one comment that Zippos are obsolete: This is SO wrong ... Zippos are rebuildable and repairable. They can not only be re-wicked and flints replaced, you can carry spares IN the lighter. You can even use flints from empty disposables. Zippos function perfectly in sub-zero conditions where butane lighters can fail. The packing inside the insert can be used as an emergency fire starter (I replace the factory packing with cotton) - using the lighter’s own flint, no less! Zippos can be re-fueled, if needed, with alternative fuels, including Coleman or other white gas, alcohol, other volatile liquids I won’t mention here ... even gasoline in a pinch, which was almost universal in WW2. The standard inserts can be replaced, if desired, with a butane insert, pipe lighter insert, and liquid fuel tank insert (there are likely others as well, but this is not of interest to me). Some preppers accumulate a small supply of cheap Zippos for trading if the SHTF. Zippos are far from obsolete. They simply occupy a different niche and serve different needs. My backpack has a couple of Bics - but also a ferro rod and striker - and waterproof matches - and I carry the Zippo in my pocket. We have a couple of Xicar lighters and a small, high-temp butane torch for use at home, and neither of us smoke. Choices are good!
reswright
2868
Aug 9, 2020
Ah, that makes perfect sense then. The way you'd worded it I was wondering if things tend to mysteriously catch fire when you're around, if ya follow me... but all good! I'd carry that much firepower (so to speak) with me too if I hadda cook dinner over foraged firewood.
Honeybadgers
277
Aug 11, 2020
The only major failing of the zippo in modern times is that so few of us smoke anymore that we burn *rimshot* through the fuel in it through evaporation. When I used the normal insert, I don't smoke, and I was refilling it once a week and sometimes never even using it once. Butane insert was the trick for me.
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