Lotus & Vertigo Announce New Cutters and Cigar Case

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In addition to its recently announced collection of new lighters for summer, The Lotus Group/Integral Logistics will be adding a handful of new cutters to its Lotus and Vertigo brands.

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The Lotus Meteor is a double guillotine cutter that comes in a circular all metal body and can handle cigars up to a 64 ring gauge. The company says it offers either single or double action, with the blades released via a spring loaded locking mechanism. It measures 2.27 inches across and .45 inches in thickness.

It is offered in five design and finish options: American flag, fedora, black matte crackle, chrome satin, and woodgrain, each priced at $59.95.

Lotus is also adding a v-cutter by way of the Viper. It can cut cigars up to a 64 ring gauge and offers a spring loaded locking mechanism, while the body is metal with rubberized edges. It is offered in five colors: black, brushed chrome, brushed gunmetal, brushed copper, and brushed red, each with the rubberized black edges and priced at $49.95.

Vertigo is adding a new value-oriented cutter in the Pinnacle, a single action guillotine that cuts cigars up to 54 ring gauge. It’s made from a plastic body and stainless steel blade, with pricing set at $1.19.

The Lotus brand is also adding a new 15-count travel humidor, the VC-15. It is made from an impact-resistant plastic that offers watertight and airtight protection for cigars. It also offers a carrying strap, integrated foam humidifier, and an additional foam divider. It is priced at $34.95 and joins the brand’s five- and 10-count options.

Images courtesy of The Lotus Group/Integral Logistics.

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