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Don't lose your lighter to airport security because you don't have the appropriate method of carrying it aboard the plane. Use the Colibri Tranzpack to avoid losing your favorite lighter in such an unfortunate and preventable way. This case was approved by the FAA, DOT and TSA to allow you to carry a butane filled torch lighter in your checked baggage on domestic flights. The hard exterior of the Tranzpack contains a foam liner that will accommodate most torch lighters that will fit in your pocket.
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It served its purpose, posed no problem for air travel, would recommend to others for usePublished 5 months ago by Robert Tomlinson
Beware. You CANNOT transport a torch style lighter in carry on or checked baggage. The only exception is if it is brand new, and has never had any fuel in it.Published 9 months ago by E. Tavano
Dang this lighter case is sturdy. I imagine you could run it over with a truck and it wouldn't hurt it one bit.Published 18 months ago by Snorkel Rick
The unit is well-built however, all the stickers were off and the tip of the case where you hang the strap was broken. Read morePublished on August 10, 2013 by DbMtX
In preparation for an upcoming trip (flight), I went to the Amarillo Airport and discussed the use of this device with TSA. Read morePublished on July 30, 2013 by D. Young
The DOT-SP14327 listed on the unit expired 31 March 2012. I therefore will not be attempting to use on any flight.Published on June 21, 2012 by sddave
I purchased this lighter case because I got tired of having to leave my favorite lighter
home because the government won't allow you to carry on those type of devices... Read more
Although I have had my Colibri Transpak for over two years now and travelled several times without incident, I recently had it, along with my Colibri triple torch, confiscated from... Read morePublished on February 18, 2011 by Charles