From the Page featuring the Promise:Please tell me there’s something out there for maybe <$30 that lights as reliably as a $2 bic. I’m 0 for 2 so far - zippo side insert and a $12 Promise side flame, each just north of worthless.
|"fuel type"||"Liquefied Petroleum Gas"|
You can still put the lighter into the pipe without burning it. Just remove the lighter while still drawing and the flame won't touch the rim.I'm not getting people who torches the rim. I get it if you just started smoking pipes and trying to shove the whole lighter into the chamber. But if it's been awhile, it would have dawn on you that you can let the flame 1/4" above the chamber and gently pull the fire on to the tobacco. This works for all the light sources, including matches. To use the matches in the wind, you face the wind and cup the fire and top of the bowl. It's just like cigarettes, but needs little more practice.
Mine calls for butane, as does my zippo side-flame insert. It occurs to me I’m filling them both from the same can of Lucienne butane. I wonder if that could be the source of my problem. I may try some different butane and go from there.From the Page featuring the Promise:
"fuel type" "Liquefied Petroleum Gas"
That doesn't sound like butane nor naphtha. What fuel do they recommend?
Got a link?
US $33.99 | S.T Memorial D upont lighter Bright Sound! New With the Box and Adapter Serial number T934
37.99US $ |S.T gas lighter windproof for cigarette Dupont Bright Sound lighter! New with stone and wheel and adapter T934|Cigarette Accessories| - AliExpressSmarter Shopping, Better Living! Aliexpress.coma.aliexpress.com
I see a DuPont knock off.