While most consumers and retailers have just gotten their first chance to see XIKAR’s new Allume lighter, the company is planning to expand the Allume family with double and triple flame options at the 2014 IPCPR convention and trade show.

XIKAR Allume Triple

Both the Allume Double and Triple use the same side squeeze action, retractable lid, horizontal fuel window and centered fuel adjustment wheel as the single-flame Allume, which began shipping last month. As one might expect, in addition to adding flames, they also increase both the size of the lighter and the price. The Allume Double will retail for $69.99 and measures 1.6 inches wide by 2.7 inches tall. For $99.99, the company has a triangular triple-flame option that is 2.4 inches wide by 3.5 inches tall. The three jets are angled to form a triangle, something that can be found on the company’s Trezo lighter. The original single-flame Allume is 1.3 inches and 2.15 inches in height and retails for $49.99.

While the original Allume is offered in eight colors, the Allume Triple is limited to tuxedo, stealth and steel while the Allume Double comes in those three colors, as well as alpine white, riot red and reef blue.

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