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Do any MGS cigar smokers use a bugatti torch lighter!

If you do or don't what king of torch do you use?

Thanks!

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Right now I use a torch that I got from Menards for a couple bucks lol single flame and it does the job but I am definitely in the market for a new one.

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I have a ton of torch lighters laying around and honestly more expensive does not mean better. Shown here are my Ronson JetLite ($4.95) and my Xikar triple torch ($100). Honestly if I'm going somewhere and I need a guaranteed lite I'm taking the JetLite which fires on the first try every time. The Xikar, while pretty to look at, is going to fire every 3rd or 4th try and it's been back to the factory twice. IMG_6639.JPG.db5942a8d37ce5b2df2f809160c733b6.JPG

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On 5/22/2020 at 7:02 PM, Pinger_MV said:

Do any MGS cigar smokers use a bugatti torch lighter!

If you do or don't what king of torch do you use?

Thanks!

My go-to and favorite lighter is a Bugatti double flame. It has a flip-out punch on the bottom that's still sharp after 6 years and it's housed in a zippo case. It's a bit of a conversation starter at events when you pass it around. 

I have triple and single flame torches as well but this bad-boy gets the job done nicely without overcooking your cigar. It's also super easy to refill. 

On 8/16/2020 at 6:07 PM, Headhammer said:

I have a ton of torch lighters laying around and honestly more expensive does not mean better. Shown here are my Ronson JetLite ($4.95) and my Xikar triple torch ($100). Honestly if I'm going somewhere and I need a guaranteed lite I'm taking the JetLite which fires on the first try every time. The Xikar, while pretty to look at, is going to fire every 3rd or 4th try and it's been back to the factory twice. IMG_6639.JPG.db5942a8d37ce5b2df2f809160c733b6.JPG

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On 8/16/2020 at 6:07 PM, Headhammer said:

I have a ton of torch lighters laying around and honestly more expensive does not mean better. Shown here are my Ronson JetLite ($4.95) and my Xikar triple torch ($100). Honestly if I'm going somewhere and I need a guaranteed lite I'm taking the JetLite which fires on the first try every time. The Xikar, while pretty to look at, is going to fire every 3rd or 4th try and it's been back to the factory twice. IMG_6639.JPG.db5942a8d37ce5b2df2f809160c733b6.JPG

I've used that Ronson for years. Great lighter but a little dicey with refills.

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15 hours ago, Muckinfiddle said:

I've used that Ronson for years. Great lighter but a little dicey with refills.

You probably already know these tips & tricks, but they never fail me.

  • Purge lighter completely of every last drip of butane 
  • Turn flame height to lowest setting
  • Make sure lighter and butane can are level when filling
  • Fill until butane starts spitting out
  • Let sit for 10 mins, turn flame height back up and voila 
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You probably already know these tips & tricks, but they never fail me.
  • Purge lighter completely of every last drip of butane 
  • Turn flame height to lowest setting
  • Make sure lighter and butane can are level when filling
  • Fill until butane starts spitting out
  • Let sit for 10 mins, turn flame height back up and voila 
Actually I hadn't purged the lighter. I didn't really put much thought into it but I appreciate these ideas I'm going to try them for sure.

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I'll throw a little in here.

I run torch and soft flame lighters.

The weather and where I'm smoking have a huge effect on which I reach for.

My go to is a zippo with a butane torch insert.  They have fairly small tanks but single flame means they last a long time.

One the course I'm grabbing something with at least two flames.  If there's any breeze it's almost required.

If I'm sitting around with some friends in an indoor environment im probably grabbing a soft flame.

I have more lighters than needed so there are plenty of options 😄

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12 hours ago, etakmit said:

I'll throw a little in here.

I run torch and soft flame lighters.

The weather and where I'm smoking have a huge effect on which I reach for.

My go to is a zippo with a butane torch insert.  They have fairly small tanks but single flame means they last a long time.

One the course I'm grabbing something with at least two flames.  If there's any breeze it's almost required.

If I'm sitting around with some friends in an indoor environment im probably grabbing a soft flame.

I have more lighters than needed so there are plenty of options 😄

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On 5/28/2021 at 10:26 PM, Tyler86 said:

 

Followin me around eh?

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9 hours ago, etakmit said:

Followin me around eh?

Whos following who now???? 🤣

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I run light and delicate fire lighters. The climate and where I'm smoking hugely affect which I go after. My go to is a zippo with a butane light addition. They have tiny tanks yet single fire implies they keep going quite a while. One the course I'm snatching something with in any event two blazes. On the off chance that there's any breeze it's practically required. In case I'm lounging around for certain companions in an indoor climate i'm most likely snatching a delicate fire.

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Well Fellow MGS Friends I broke down and bought a Bugatti Vulcan Dual Torch Lighter.

I found this baby on Ebay & couldn't resist the price.

Supposedly the internal fuel pod will last for about 100 cigars.

So far I like it. Maybe a little pricey but if it lasts a few years I won't complain.

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On 7/13/2021 at 1:53 PM, Pinger_MV said:

Well Fellow MGS Friends I broke down and bought a Bugatti Vulcan Dual Torch Lighter.

I found this baby on Ebay & couldn't resist the price.

Supposedly the internal fuel pod will last for about 100 cigars.

So far I like it. Maybe a little pricey but if it lasts a few years I won't complain.

BUGATTI.jpeg

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