For fans of smaller, single flame torch lighters, JetLine will be releasing four new options at the upcoming IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.

In January, JetLine released the R-200, a long, slender dual-flame torch lighter. Now, the company is releasing a single flame version, the aptly named R-100. It features a push-up ignition, large flame adjustment wheel and transparent fuel window, and is available in red, black, or gray, each priced at $49.99.

Also getting a single flame version is the Mongoose, a side-squeeze ignition lighter with a clear fuel tank on the lower portion of the lighter. It moves the flame to one side of the lighter while the tripe-flame version has it centered. Additionally, it’s just a bit smaller, measuring 3.19 inches tall, 1.38 inches tall and .71 inches thick. It is available in black, red and silver and comes priced at $39.99, which is incidentally the same price as the triple-flame version.

For those looking for something on the pocket-friendly side, the JetLine Jetmaster offers a single-flame, single action ignition lighter with a large, clear fuel tank. It measures 3.23 inches tall, 1.02 inches wide and 1.1 inches deep and is available with a top half in either black, red, chrome or gunmetal, each priced at $12.99.

On the soft flame side, the company is adding the Pipe Pro, which is geared towards pipe smokers but could also be used by those who favor cigars. The lighter’s biggest selling point is that its top can be used as a tamper, while the clear fuel tank makes it easy to see how much butane is left in the tank. It is available in blue, amber, clear and green, each priced at $12.99.

JetLine will be releasing all of its new products over July and August.

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