Thyrm’s PyroVault 2.0 provides a durable waterproof housing for your lighter, keeping it safe from the elements. It has a dual-wall construction with a full gasket seal and an easy-open, spring-loaded lid. It also comes with a Tinder-Quik firestarter that hides beneath the lighter. Compatible with a variety of Zippo inserts.
This unique lighter features an extendible gooseneck that puts more distance between your hand and the fires it starts. It uses a high-voltage plasma spark to light fires and works in winds up to 80 mph. When closed, its rubberized ABS body provides IPX6-rated water resistance and can float on water if you drop it.
Made in Japan by Tsubota Pearl, this dreamy lighter features a hand-lacquered polycarbonate case that looks like wispy white clouds set against a beautiful blue sky. The steel lighter has a cotton wick and takes Zippo-style lighter fluid. We also dig their transparent color series.
This beautiful lighter from Zippo’s Japanese product line features a deeply-embossed titanium coating that looks like rippling waves. It comes in a black or blue finish with Zippo’s famously reliable lighter mechanism inside. They also make versions with swirl and abstract geometric patterns.
Dango’s machined aluminum shell offers protection and a stylish home for your lighter. It’s waterproof and accepts a standard BIC Mini lighter (sold separately). Its screw-top lid is pre-drilled for a lanyard or tether for easy carrying. Choose from Jet Black or Satin Silver.
Over the past five decades, Zippo has produced a handful of special lighters made from copper. This classic design is now back for a limited time as a pre-production model with a hand-finished, solid copper case. Its insert is made from a unique black-coated steel, and it’s covered by Zippo’s lifetime repair guarantee.
This unique lighter from Prometheus Design Werx is precision milled from a 6AL-4V titanium billet. Its deeply-textured body pattern is reminiscent of a grenade, and provides an excellent grip for opening and closing. Its screwtop lid connects with an O-ring seal to keep moisture out, and has a lanyard hole on top.
My Mechanics was inspired to create a unique circular lighter after seeing a similar design from fellow maker W&M Levsha. They built this one entirely from scratch using stainless steel. It has a donut-shaped body that hides a wick, cotton and lighter fluid inside. A fake wick sticks out in its see-through center.
UST’s rugged gadget is the perfect addition to any adventurer’s kit. Not only does it contain a plasma arc lighter for starting campfires without butane, but it also doubles as a 3000mAh emergency charger for your USB-A or USB-C powered devices. It comes with a paracord lanyard with a red core that doubles as tinder.
This compact cigarette lighter won’t bulk up your pocket, never needs lighter fluid, and works fine even in the wind. It uses an electrical arc instead of a flame and recharges using any standard USB charger. Save 57% in The Awesomer Shop.
Is that little lighter in your pocket not doing a very good job getting the fire started? Check out the jumbo-sized 500,000 BTU lighter that BrainfooTV made. Since it’s more flamethrower than Bic lighter, we don’t recommend trying to light your cigarettes with it. Be sure to check out the build video.
This unique pocket lighter features a circular grip that allows for it to be comfortably held in both an upright and inverted position, making it easier to use to light candles or fires without burning your fingers. The angled flame port directs the flame where you want it, and it’s easily refillable with butane.
Tired of burning your fingers while lighting candles or starting fires? This plasma arc lighter has a flexible gooseneck that lights flames even inside of tall jars or under a pile of kindling. It also works in the wind, and its USB-rechargeable battery provides up to 500 sparks between charges.
BRANDMADE.TV takes us inside the Zippo lighter factory for a look at how they create their iconic windproof lighters. The process starts out with rolls of brass which are shaped to form each lighter’s case before it’s chromed. The interior is formed from steel, then brass, flint, a wick, and cotton are added to complete the assembly.
Never worry about burning your fingertips again with this long-reach candle lighter. It uses a clean-burning electric arc to reach candle wicks, fireplace tinder, and charcoal inside your grill, keeping a comfortable distance between your hand and the flame. It offers up to 130 lights per charge via its USB port.
One of the great things about metal is just how recyclable it can be. In this video from Random Hands, he shows how he transformed a rusty old bolt into a shiny new lighter with a steampunk aesthetic. While the reused steel was only used for its main chamber, the additional brass pieces really give it a finished look.
MecArmy’s X7S is a kit that comes with a 130 lumen flashlight and a refillable lighter. The great thing about the kit is that you can connect the two tools and carry them as one, or you can use them separately, thanks to the included connecting capsule, which doubles as a storage cache.
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.
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.