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Vertigo Adding Pair of New Dual Flame Lighters

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There are a pair of new dual flame lighters coming to the Vertigo portfolio at this week’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, the Commissioner and the Atlantis.

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The Commissioner measures 2 5/8 inches high by  1 3/8 inches wide and 1/2 inch thick and features an all-metal housing with single-action side-squeeze ignition that triggers the twin wind-resistant torch flames. The lighter also comes with a fold-out punch cutter, clear fuel window and large flame adjuster. It is offered in three colors: black matte and brushed chrome, red matte and black matte, and brushed chrome, each priced at $29.99.

The second new dual flame for the Vertigo brand is the Atlantis, which measures 3 1/4 inches tall by 1 1/4 inches thick and 3/4 of an inch tall. Its metal housing is complemented by a clear fuel tank, large flame adjuster and single action ignition which will provide a reliable flame at elevations up to 12,000 feet. It is offered in black matter, gunmetal, and red and black matte and sells for $24.99.

Both of the new lighters are scheduled to begin shipping immediately after the IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, which runs from July 13-17 in Las Vegas, Nev.

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