JetLine Announces New Quad-Flame Lighters


JetLine will be rolling out a pair of new quad-flame lighters at the IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, the Avalanche and the Bugle Master.



The Avalanche is billed as a table lighter, though could certainly be portable as it measures 3.94 inches tall, 2.17 inches wide and 1.06 inches thick. The ignition is unique, featuring a push-up mechanism instead of a pull-down button, while the bottom of the lighter holds a flip-out punch cutter and a pull-out tab used to adjust the flame, which the company says changes color while burning.

It is available in four color options: copper, chrome, red and gunmetal, each priced at $59.99.

The Bugle Master is an extension to the company’s existing single-flame Bugle, a high-powered single torch lighter with a curved lid that doubles as a cigar rest. The Bugle Master retains the lid but ups the firepower to four torches. It comes with an oversized flame adjustment wheel on the bottom, while changing the ignition to a side-squeeze model.

It is available in red, yellow or black, each priced at $49.99.

The company will begin rolling out all of its new products during July and August.

Images courtesy of JetLine.

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