Lotus Cut & Light Station Ashtray Offers Convenience & Security

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In terms of cigar accessories, few things go together like a cutter, lighter and ashtray, and recognizing that, The Lotus Group has created the Cut & Light Station, a new accessory designed to bring the trio together.

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The ashtray measures 9 1/4 inches square by 1 1/2 inches deep and features three slots to hold cigars. On the fourth side are a pair of built-in pockets designed to conveniently keep your lighter and cutter at the ready. Its melamine construction is impact resistant and dishwasher safe. It is priced at $19.95, and does not come with a cutter and lighter.

For added security, the company is also offering a two-pack of tethers to keep your lighter and cutter close at hand, something that can be useful for cigar shops and lounges. Each retractable and braided cable extends 20 inches from the base, providing plenty of length to use the accessories comfortably. The company is also including a pair of Velcro strips to hold the ashtray to most surfaces, further enhancing its security. The add-on is sold for $9.95.

Both the Cut & Light Station and tether two-pack are in-stock and available for shipping, and will be shown off at the upcoming IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.

Images courtesy of The Lotus Group.

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