Torch lighters & jet lighters
It’s a well-known problem for smokers when the wind is too strong the lighter won’t work and then lighting your cigarette becomes nearly impossible. You can easily prevent this problem by using torch lighters or jet lighters. These are two different types of lighters, but both are equally resistant to various weather types. Do you want to know more about the differences between the two lighters? Then carry on reading.
No flame, but powerful
A torch lighter is a lighter with no visible flame, and by forcing the butane gas through a narrow opening, at a high pressure, it causes the lighter to ignite whenever you press the button. Torch lighters are being used as camping gear or are a part of survival kits because of the fact that they are able to withstand certain weather conditions, such as the frigid cold. A torch lighter is similar to a car’s cigarette lighter. It creates heat and with the forceful flame you can ignite any flammable surface.
Jet lighters with blue flames
The terms “torch lighter” and “jet lighter” are often confused with one another. Yet, the two objects are different and both have their own instructions. Jet lighters have a strong, blue flame. It is resistant to wind, making the jet lighter popular amongst outdoor smokers. A jet lighter looks similar to a torch, molded in a lighter form. It has a small burner, which, for example, allows you to flambé the top layer of a crème brûlée. Jet lighters are also suitable for gas burners.
We have a large assortment of high quality torch and jet lighters. The lighters create a forceful flame that is resistant to many weather influences. Would you like to know more about torch lighters or jet lighters, or do you have another question? Please feel free to contact us.