Vector Adds Icon II & Icon III Lighters

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Vector-KGM is expanding its Icon lighter series this fall with a pair of new options: the Icon II and Icon III.

The Icon series is Vector-KGM’s flagship for lighters, combining a traditional butane torch lighter with a rechargeable battery, as well as a touch screen sensor ignition. It debuted in 2018 with the original Icon, a triple flame torch lighter priced at $80 with the flames arranged in a straight line and the outer flames angled in towards the central one. It also offers large fuel vents to ensure optimal ignition and faster cooling once the cigar is lit.

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The Icon II is an updated triple-flame touch lighter, with three torches arranged in a triangular design to create a more powerful central flame. The ignition panel features a battery charge display, while the back of the lighter features a large fuel gauge window, and ignition is guaranteed at up to 10,000 feet in elevation. It is offered in eight colors: gunmetal satin, black matte, black crackle matte, sparkle blue, sparkle black, red lacquer, chrome satin and prizm, each priced at $85. It began shipping in mid-September.

For even more fire power, the company has announced plans for the Icon III, a quad-flame, tabletop-size torch lighter. In addition to the fourth flame, the Icon III offers a built-in punch cutter. The company has not yet released pricing or a release date but said it will be available in six to eight colors when it does ship.

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