Coghlans 725 Piezoelectric Camp Stove Lighter
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- Used for outdoor camping
- Rot resistant and not damaged
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Coghlan's Piezo Electric Gas Lighter. No flints. No batteries. 100,000 lights guaranteed. Ideal for lighting all types of propane, butane or gasoline stoves. 13 inch over-all length...reaches hard-to-light pilots and burners.
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I know this is a LONG review but I don't like stuff that fail to do the job, break, etc. 6 buck piezo lighter or $60G car.
Btw, the TORCH is made in Taiwan, the Coghlan in Red China, if that matters to you. It kinda does for me.
So I was really pleased to see a lighter using a piezoelectric mechanism, and from a company I know well as a supplier of good camping accessories.
These lighters do not need batteries; they produce a small spark when you press a button that causes a small crystal to release enough electrical charge. Dependable mechanism. No butane needed, nothing. Takes very little force. The lighters are designed for ease of use.
The only problem is the small size of the spark. It has to be placed in just the right place to ignite a gas flame. I would rather have one of the older, no- longer-available battery-operated lighters. But these will do and I like them.
Overall, a very good and useful product. Highly recommended.