The Knnox lighter is more than a tool – though it’s good at its job too. The elegantly designed lighter is sure to be a conversation piece, thanks to the way its fire comes up from its side. Each lighter is made from a solid block of brass and comes with a lifetime warranty.
Not only does this lighter feature a flameless, windproof electronic lighting element, it comes wrapped up in a rugged survival-friendly case with a sturdy protective lid for keeping the elements out, and a carrying cord that’s perfect for attaching to a carabiner.
If you’ve ever tried to light a match or a cigarette lighter in the wind, you know how difficult it can be. The Plazmatic VEO lighter creates a high intensity electric arc using a USB rechargeable battery, ensuring you never flame out. Offers 50 to 100 lights per charge.
Say goodbye to traditional lighters which blow out easily in the wind, and require butane fuel. These plasma torch lighters use a powerful electrical arc to light cigarettes, candles, and fires in a snap. A single charge gives you up to 300 uses, and they’re TSA-friendly too.
Need to light up? Do away with butane, flints, and wind with this neat lighter which uses electrical current to start fire. A single charge via USB will get you 50 uses, and it’s TSA approved, so you can carry it with you on a flight. Save 40% in The Awesomer Shop.
Why carry both a lighter and a pocket knife, when you can have a single tool that performs both duties. The matte black LighterBro Stealth slips over your disposable lighter, and adds a small knife, scissors, and an eyeglass screwdriver. Save 25% in The Awesomer Shop.
This lighter uses tiny bolts of electricity to light smokes, candles, and more. Its “X” shaped beams ensure fast lighting, and it’s both wind and water resistant. Recharge via USB. Choose black ops, chromium, or titanium finishes, and save 28% off in The Awesomer Shop.
Doing the opposite of its name, The HATE Project combines small charitable donations to make a real difference. These limited edition lighters are embellished with the project’s “HATE” and pig logos. Proceeds go to The Make A Wish Foundation of Central California.