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Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 377

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 377! Our featured interview tonight is with Jim Paul & David Pitts. They are experts at repairing and restoring Vintage Dunhill Rollagas Lighters. A new one will set you back anywhere from $700 – $1,600, but refurbished ones can be had from $100 – $200 for the most part. They have a Facebook Group for discussions of Dunhill Rollagas Lighters, and a Facebook Page with links for purchases. In the Pipe Parts segment, we have a perfect tie-in with our holiday gift guide. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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FB Group – Vintage Dunhill Rollagas Lighter Collectors
FB Page – Vintage Dunhill Rollagas Lighter Collectors
Dunhill Rollagas Lighter Article by James Foster

Jim Paul
Jim Paul
David Pitts
David Pitts

The Pipes Magazine Radio Show features interviews with pipe makers, tobacco blenders, pipe and tobacco aficionados, collectors, and more. Episodes air every Tuesday.

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Really enjoyed the show- I learned a lot and your guests seem like real craftsmen. One question- is there a preferred type of butane that they recommend to use in these expensive lighters? I have seen triple refined, quadruple refined, and "premium" butane. Does it make a difference?
This was a really good show! Your guests, Jim Paul really acquitted themselves during the Q&A. Jim Paul almost floored me when he said "he remembered when the war ended". I figure the guy must be 79 years old. I know the piping community contains a lot of Codgers, but that's up in years to be still working. I don't think I have ever seen an actual Dunhill Rollagas lighter. And they got through the "The Fast Five" in pretty good shape.
The music was pretty enjoyable.
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