Our collection of lighters is one of the best in the South Bay. Learn more about how to use your new lighter below.
A simple push on the ignition switch ignites a powerful flame. This flame can be nearly invisible in bright light, so proper care is recommended.
To avoid heat buildup, do not use in any situation that would require a continuous flame for more than 10 seconds. The lighter may become too hot and cause harm to the lighter and/or the user.
Releasing pressure from the ignition button of the lighter immediately extinguishes the flame by stopping fuel flow. If flame continues, the flame level is set too high and should be adjusted by turning the adjustment wheel on the bottom of the lighter towards the (-) position.
Turn the fuel adjustment wheel on the bottom of the lighter towards the (+) mark to increase the flame and turn the wheel towards the (-) to decrease the flame to achieve a desired height.
|Step 1:||Release all tank pressure by pressing on the inlet valve with a small screwdriver. Hold the lighter vertical while bleeding valve. Repeat this several times until all fuel or gas pressure is released.|
|Step 2:||Set flame adjustment to lowest setting (-).|
|Step 3:||Turn lighter in upside down position and insert butane tank tip directly on the fuel valve. Do not shake the can of butane! This increases the amount of propellent in the mixture that goes into the lighter, and should not be done. Press down firmly for about 5 seconds.|
|Step 4:||Before igniting lighter, wait 3-4 minutes. This allows excess butane to evaporate and gas inside lighter to reach room temperature.|
|Step 5:||Release all tank pressure by pressing on the inlet valve with a small screwdriver. Hold the lighter vertical while bleeding valve. Repeat this several times until all fuel or gas pressure is released.|
Hold the cutter on one side in the first crook of knuckles, and on the other side along the length of your thumb. Use a powerful snap squeeze to cut your cigar for best effect. Note the two sides operate independently of one another, so one will always close against the cigar first. Rest assured that both blades meet in the middle and that each cuts the same amount of cigar.