Tesla Coil Windproof Arc Lighter

Nov 17, 2016

Category: Tech

When you think about it, it is a little crazy that so many people still walk around with small amounts of flammable fluid in their pants, bags, or in their desk drawers. Why bother with conventional flames when we have lighters like this Tesla Coil Windproof Arch Lighter?

This thing works by creating a super high intensity electric arc on the push of a button that is hot enough to immediately spark up anything you put in its path. Measuring in at 3 by 1.75 inches, it’s slightly larger than your common Zippo, but just about the same size as a Bic lighter so it is easy to throw in your pockets or bag. What really sets this thing apart is the fact that you won’t have to worry about refilling your lighter, creating waste, or working in windy conditions. This lighter can recharge via a mini USB cable and can run for an entire week, or roughly 300 uses, on just one charge. Use the lighter of the future for just $19. [Purchase]

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