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icehog3 09:28 AM 05-10-2019
I still have that picture in my mind, Adam. And the taste of bile in my throat. :-)

Dom, hook a Brother up! :-)
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Weelok 01:44 PM 05-10-2019
Originally Posted by CigarNut:
I like these for home:

https://www.lighterusa.com/collectio...lighter-hookah

And this for travel (TSA safe):

https://cigartraveller.com/collectio...imate-packages
That is one cool TSA approved lighter. I watched the videos on it. Very impressive idea!
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The camaro show 08:53 PM 05-14-2019
Lol
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bonjing 09:35 AM 05-15-2019
Originally Posted by CigarNut:
I like these for home:

https://www.lighterusa.com/collectio...lighter-hookah

And this for travel (TSA safe):

https://cigartraveller.com/collectio...imate-packages
Similar to the cigar traveler, I use the soto pocket torch. Same concept and I just use dollar store refills.

Mine did get confiscated by tsa though. I guess it depends on the agent. Made it through sfo with it and then through a connecting flight out of San Diego thatís where it got confiscated.
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The camaro show 08:43 AM 05-16-2019
That sucks
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CigarNut 08:58 AM 05-16-2019
Originally Posted by bonjing:
Similar to the cigar traveler, I use the soto pocket torch. Same concept and I just use dollar store refills.

Mine did get confiscated by tsa though. I guess it depends on the agent. Made it through sfo with it and then through a connecting flight out of San Diego that’s where it got confiscated.
I always take the lighter apart (3 pieces — 2 case and 1 lighter) and store the lighter separately from the case.

The Cigar Traveler lighter also uses dollar store lighter inserts. However the refills that come with the lighter are refillable, so you get the best of both worlds.

I’m guessing that the refillable inserts would also work in the Soto.
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bonjing 10:21 AM 05-16-2019
Canít remember if I had taken it a part or not. I will be taking it apart for future travels. I do know that my current one did survive a battle with the washer :-)
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Nectar 05:42 AM 09-07-2019
I am looking for the same can anyone suggest me?
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Brian D. 07:13 AM 09-07-2019
Welcome Nectar. How about you just read this 5 month old thread you resurrected?
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Brlesq 09:48 AM 09-07-2019
I recommend any lighter that comes free with a cigar purchase. :-)
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markem 10:48 AM 09-07-2019
Originally Posted by Nectar:
I am looking for the same can anyone suggest me?
Sorry, spammer from Pakistan, no lighter for you!
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T.G 12:43 PM 09-07-2019
Darn it, Mark. Now I can't suggest him.
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icehog3 05:11 PM 09-08-2019
Originally Posted by T.G:
Darn it, Mark. Now I can't suggest him.
Adam, you spelled teabag wrong. :-)
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Steve 03:45 PM 09-09-2019
And for those really large gauge cigars, there the X-Matter

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Originally Posted by The Poet:
And for bigger ring cigars, he uses this.

https://www.amazon.com/ARKSEN-Portab...s%2C631&sr=8-5
Originally Posted by Weelok:
Now your talking!!!!! More power!!! More fire!!! Culinary torches go through lots of butane though but butane is cheap. I fear no wind with a culinary torch hah.

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