Vertigo by Lotus Adding Trio of Dual Flame Lighters


For those cigar smokers who like having some extra firepower in their lighter but don’t want three flames or prefer some extra control when touching up their cigars, a dual flame is a popular option, and The Lotus Group/Integral Logistics will be offering three new choices in its Vertigo line this year.

The Vertigo Comet ($24.99) features a single action ignition which is engaged by pulling back on the lid. A punch cutter folds out from the base of the lighter.


The Comet is promised to work at elevations up to 10,000 feet and comes in four colors: brushed gunmetal, black matte and brushed gunmetal, red and brushed gunmetal, and chrome satin and brushed gunmetal.

The Vertigo Tron ($24.99) features a design that might have you thinking of the movie, meshing a chrome metal body with either a black, gunmetal, or red overlay. The lighter works up to 12,000 feet and comes with a fold out cigar punch and large flame adjuster wheel on the base.

The Vertigo Razor ($19.99) offers a single action ignition that works via a slide-back lid. A clear fuel window on one side offers a glimpse into the remaining butane, while a large flame adjuster on the borrow makes it easy to customize the height of the twin torch flames to your liking.

All three lighters will be on display at the 2017 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, which takes place July 11-14 in Las Vegas, Nev.

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Patrick Lagreid
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