Articles Tagged ‘cigar lighters’
With a butane torch style lighter, there is not much that you cannot do. If you are looking for an easy way to ensure that you can light anything from a cigar to a campfire or barbecue grill even in the wind, rain, sleet, or snow, then these lighters are perfect for you. Not only are they windproof, but they are incredibly effective at getting a flame on the first try every time. But what would happen if you were to try to use a butane torch lighter to complete a welding project?
Many people see a humidity drop in their newly seasoned humidor and they immediately think something is wrong. If you are panicking because your humidor is losing humidity, you may feel you have good cause for this. Those cigar accessories are by no means cheap. The cigars you place in that humidor are quite an investment too. You cannot afford to have something going wrong. The first thing you need to know is this. When you see that humidity drop after you have placed the cigars in a newly seasoned humidor, this does not mean anything is wrong.
If you are a smoker or enjoy camping or barbecuing, then you likely own one or more lighters. If you have ever been to a smoke shop or even browsed the lighters section of any sporting goods store, you have likely noticed that there are many different options available to you, from disposable lighters to Zippos, butane torches, and more. What exactly is a butane torch lighter, and how does it differ from all of the other options on offer? What makes it more unique or desirable than any of the other lighters out there?
If you have recently purchased your first butane torch lighter, you may be wondering just how to refill it. These lighters are a great purchase and offer many benefits, including being windproof and incredibly durable and effective, but if you don’t know how to refill them properly, they are only good until the fluid runs out. For many people, refilling these lighters for the first time can be intimidating. Today we will show you how to refill your lighter and how to know when it has been filled completely.
One would think that in order to light a cigar no instructions would be necessary. One would be right to assume so. But to light a cigar with panache and poise? Now there is an art in and of itself. Her then, is how to light a cigar.