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Lighters and Cutters
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PETE314
Posted 10/25/2017 6:56 AM (#728009 - in reply to #113829)
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OK you bastard.....This thread got stuck in my head and in my last drunken CBid run, I have now added a Colibri V-Cut, and a Palio to my collection...Or I will as soon as they are shipped....I was lucky to lose out on several other Lighters and Cutters...LOL Damage not overly bad overall, but boy it could have been A LOT worse...LOL
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Posted 10/25/2017 7:20 AM (#728012 - in reply to #113829)
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I have had bad luck with Xikar lighters recently. Every one I own is the replacement from a previous purchase and have even threw away a few cheap ones. I do have a Ronson and 2 Alec Bradley double flames that have outlasted the Xikars :(
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Posted 10/25/2017 2:08 PM (#728022 - in reply to #113829)
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Posted 10/25/2017 10:19 PM (#728038 - in reply to #113829)
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Double guillotines from S.T. Dupont (maxi-cutters, credit card), Duhill sterling silver double guillotine & punch, Davidoff small stainless steel scissors, Avo black and gilded gold double punch, Elie Bleu Double Guillotine, Cyril Brizard cocobolo punch, many Xi1/2/3’s Xikar XO, Xi11 punch, brushed silver vx, Colibri V-cutter, BOTL Palio, and a myriad of other no name cutters.
A ton of crapped out Colibri lighters from earlier on in my Cigar life, a Prometheus in-line triple jet torch, 3 Maxijets, an ExII Havana Yellow, 3x Ligne II’s, a gatsby, a petit Ligne I, a rollagas, 2 uniques, a kiribi kabuto, two or three AB’s... a couple KGM-Vector’s, and some odds and ends here and there....

I’ll be blunt, Dupont’s are expensive, but they offer the best bang for the buck imo, I bought my first one back in early 2007 from Bonita’s for $350 on special, hasn’t required any servicing to date, I prefer a soft flame over a torch hands down, and I’ve got a lot of torches, and with their recent release of the multi-fill canisters, well yes the fuel is still not cheap. However on average I can light 100 cigars per charge, so three-four refills a year is all one those three will need per annum. I like accessories almost as much as I like cigars.
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Posted 10/26/2017 2:23 PM (#728060 - in reply to #728009)
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PETE314 - 10/25/2017 6:56 AM

OK you bastard.....This thread got stuck in my head and in my last drunken CBid run, I have now added a Colibri V-Cut, and a Palio to my collection...Or I will as soon as they are shipped....I was lucky to lose out on several other Lighters and Cutters...LOL Damage not overly bad overall, but boy it could have been A LOT worse...LOL


Yeah you could have been like Stephen and ordered $2000 worth of smiley faced crap!

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McBryde - 10/26/2017 6:23 PM
PETE314 - 10/25/2017 6:56 AM OK you bastard.....This thread got stuck in my head and in my last drunken CBid run, I have now added a Colibri V-Cut, and a Palio to my collection...Or I will as soon as they are shipped....I was lucky to lose out on several other Lighters and Cutters...LOL Damage not overly bad overall, but boy it could have been A LOT worse...LOL
Yeah you could have been like Stephen and ordered $2000 worth of smiley faced crap! E

   Yeah Stephen has always been a little enthusiastic...LOL

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