For as seemingly omnipresent as it is in the cigar world, JetLine is a very quiet company, not issuing much in the way of press releases or other new product announcements, and certainly not putting forth the fanciest booth on the trade show floor. But while the company may have been relatively quiet in terms of announcements, some of the products released are easily some of the boldest in recent memory.

Jetline booth IPCPR 2016

The company launched a handful of new cutters, lighters and travel cases, but what’s interesting is how big and bold some of them are. These aren’t just new finishes or designs on pocket lighters, these are almost statement pieces. All of the new products are slated to end up on store shelves in the coming weeks.

Jetline Argo canister closed IPCPR 2016

JetLine Argo

JetLine has taken a big step in their involvement in travel cases, including this cylinder called the Argo. It holds seven cigars in a vertical position via a custom cut piece inside, while a humidification unit sits above them to provide enough moisture to keep them fresh.

Jetline Argo canister open IPCPR 2016

A lid-mounted hygrometer displays the relative humidity inside the canister so you can tell if anything needs to be adjusted without having to open the canister unnecessarily.

  • JetLine Argo 7 Cigar Cylinder — $149.99

Jetline Baron IPCPR 2016

JetLine Baron

A statement piece of a cigar cutter if there ever was one, the Baron  features curved design and two-point base with a cutter engaged by pressing down on the plunger.

  • JetLine Baron Table Cutter — $279.99

Jetline Echo IPCPR 2016

JetLine Echo

A bit reminiscent of the JetLine Tusk lighter, the Echo is a much more slender dual action jet and soft flame table top lighter. The curved body style fits well in the hand, and if you don’t want to have to decide between a soft flame and powerful single jet torch, this offers a happy medium.

  • JetLine Echo — $39.99

Jetline Ganon 2016

JetLine Ganon

If the Baron was just a bit too much for your liking, the Ganon might be for you as it features the same plunger mechanism but with a bit more toned down base. It’s available in black, red and yellow.

  • JetLine Ganon Table Cutter — $179.99

Jetline Pal IPCPR 2016

JetLine Pal

This 10-count travel humidor features grooved trays to keep your cigars resting comfortably, while a hygrometer on the top of the unit shows the conditions inside. Available in red, yellow or a gray/black.

  • JetLine Pal 10 Cigar Travel Humidor — $99.99

Jetline Patriot IPCPR 2016

JetLine Patriot

A compact triple torch with a large visible fuel tank and single-action ignition, it’s a worthy alternative to the company’s Pocket Torch and Super Torch lines if you’re looking for something new.

  • JetLine Patriot — $17.99

Jetline Soho Gargoyle Rodeo cutters IPCPR 2016

JetLine Soho, Gargoyle & Rodeo Cutters

A trio of double guillotine cigar cutters, the Soho (top) offers a more basic presentation and is offered in red, black and yellow, while the Rodeo (center and lower right) comes in chrome and black finishes. The Gargoyle (lower left) is the most intricately designed of the three and is available in a single finish.

  • JetLine Gargoyle — $44.99
  • JetLine Rodeo — $44.99
  • JetLine Soho — $39.99

Jetline V6 lighter - IPCPR 2016

JetLine V-6

One can never have too many jets on their torch lighter, right? That’s the thought behind the JetLine V-6, a table lighter that  features six paired jets angled together to create a small but powerful flame to light large ring gauge cigars. While you may think this is overkill, the flames don’t shoot out wildly, but instead are very focused on a specific area and in creating a larger base of heat. Available in gunmetal, black and red, it also features a built in guillotine cigar

  • JetLine V-6 — $129.99
Davidoff is the official sponsor of halfwheel's coverage of the 2016 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.

Patrick Lagreid

I strive to capture the essence of a cigar and the people behind them in my work – every cigar you light up is the culmination of the work of countless people and often represents generations of struggle and stories. For me, it’s about so much more than the cigar – it’s about the story behind it, the experience of enjoying the work of artisans and the way that a good cigar can bring people together. In addition to my work with halfwheel, I’m the public address announcer for the Colorado Rockies and Arizona Diamondbacks during spring training, as well as for the Salt River Rafters of the Arizona Fall League, the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury and the Arizona Rattlers of the Indoor Football League. I also work in a number of roles for, plus I'm a voice over artist. I previously covered the Phoenix and national cigar scene for, and was an editor for Cigar Snob magazine.