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    Great write up and some great info in this thread.

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    Ok well I have a really stupid question to ask...

    how often do you guys have to refuel your butane lighter?? I bought a cheap little 8 dollar one off ebay thinking a lighter is a lighter and I literally have to refuel it every other time... it's very annoying. It's a dual torch if that matters at all. and the brand? I

    anyone have any tips or anything????
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    Not stupid at all.

    I refill every about once a week. Its pretty often. I have 3 lighters I cycle so it doesn't seem that bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrari458Italia View Post
    Ok well I have a really stupid question to ask...

    how often do you guys have to refuel your butane lighter?? I bought a cheap little 8 dollar one off ebay thinking a lighter is a lighter and I literally have to refuel it every other time... it's very annoying. It's a dual torch if that matters at all. and the brand? I

    anyone have any tips or anything????
    I like Cigar Lighter Reviews for its dedicated uniqueness.
    For me a lighter is not just a lighter! Xikar is great with the lifetime warranty, but wish they had a good triple torch option to my liking (not counting tabletop lighters). For dual torch, Xikar is very nice and affordable. No proof of purchase needed either.

    I usually hang on the watch forum and just found this sub forum today. I am slow like that, LOL. Now you are stuck with me...Sorry about that in advance ;-)

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    Wow it's amazing how much more enjoyable your cigar is with a GOOD lighter...
    I just got a new free butane lighter that isn't as powerful as my old lighter, but it lights it up real smooth.
    My old lighter was a freakin flamethrower and I noticed that it burnt the cigar and it wasn't a pleasant smoke at all. But I just lit up a Ghurka Beauty and it was a really sweet and delicious cigar!!!!
    so glad for this new lighter.. it takes a bit longer to light up vs my old flamethrower, but it's well well worth it haha
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    Depending on the flame I hold the cigar further or closer to the flame. Typical light will take between 60 and 90 seconds. I hold a single flame torch closer to the stick and a double or triple flame torch further away. I prefer a double flame as its easiest to control

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    Awesome article, I always wondered if I was smoking them properly

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