[nggallery id=752] Vertigo Viper Cigar Lighter Review This is an overview showing the functions of a new tabletop torch lighter, providing large dual jet flames with a very comfortable fit in the hand. Obviously sporting a huge reservoir, this unit will go for 20+ minutes in any conditions. It has … Continue reading
After a few years of very regular use my Xikar EX natural flame lighter became unresponsive. I intended on showing a video on how to fix it, since it’s probably the most common failure, but alas I could not return it to life. So I chose to try the Xikar … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=370] CAO America Potomac Cigar Review This 5×56 stick features quite the decorative display, with very patriotic banding including a footband, a firm even feel and pack with a slightly toothy very oily robust wrapper consisting on mainly a maduro but with a slender striped lighter shade section … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=293] Xikar EX Natural Flame Lighter Review This is a solid, all metal lighter with a spring action top cover to protect the burner and button. It’s actuated by a single thumb button that ignites a wind resistant natural flame, approximately 1″ high. It has quite a heft and … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=254] Promise Natural Flame Lighter Review This is an all-metal lighter from Promise featuring a natural flame that exits the side, also useful for pipes. It is by no means a high quality unit but is extremely inexpensive. The body is on the small side, and those with large … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=253] Jobon Dual Flame Lighter Review This is an inexpensive metal lighter from Jobon, a Chinese company. It features both a natural butane and jet torch flame in one unit, plus a flip out cigar punch on the bottom. It is marketed both to cigar and pipe smokers, with … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=183] Xikar Crossover Torch Lighter Review This single flame Crossover torch from Xikar features a very hot, wide single torch flame actuated by depressing a single button. The torch and button are both covered by a solid metal spring loaded cover with a positive open and close action. The … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=116] Piano Fuerte Bravo Toro Cigar Review This 6×52 stick offered a dark, toothy, oily wrapper with a firm satin feel and sweet tobacco aroma. Overall body was medium, with the first half being a little lighter. Smoke was a bit light till the 1/2 way point at which … Continue reading →
[nggallery id=84] This single jet torch lighter features a semi-gloss black plastic and brushed aluminum finish. The weight and construction feels very good in your hand, and operation of the switch is easy enough although better leverage would be appreciated. The front side features a plexi sight window into the … Continue reading →
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