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Zippo Brushed Chrome Pocket Lighter

by Zippo
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  • Classic Zippo lighter with a brushed chrome finish
  • Packaged in a gift box
  • All metal construction; windproof design works virtually anywhere
  • Refillable for a lifetime of use; flints are replaceable
  • Made in the USA; "Fix it free" lifetime warranty
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Zippo Brushed Chrome Pocket Lighter + Zippo Lighter Fluid 12OZ. + Zippo Street Chrome Pocket Lighter
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Product Description

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This Zippo sports a rugged yet refined classic brushed chrome finish, perfect for everyday use. Like all Zippo lighters, the Brushed Chrome lighter offers a windproof design so that you are never without a flame. The all metal lighter is refillable and the wearable flints are easy to replace.

Zippo lighters come packaged in a gift box.
This Zippo lighter carries a lifetime "Fix it free" warranty. If this lighter ever fails you can return it to Zippo manufacturing for repair--no sales receipt needed. This and all other Zippo lighters are made in the USA. It comes packaged in a gift box.

Product Description

Genuine Zippo brushed chrome windproof lighter. Rugged yet refined, this lighter is perfect for everyday use. Refill with Zippo premium lighter fluid for dependable, long-lasting service. Distinctive bottom stamp identifies this lighter as genuine Zippo. Packaged in an individual gift box with Zippo Lifetime Guarantee.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 0.5 x 2.2 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B001E5FLT0
  • Item model number: 200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,850 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

Cool, classic zippo lighter.
thebassman
The lighter sparks up and lights easily, and the flame is always nice and strong.
Adam Freed
He said he like it. next time I will buy it again.
chaozhao

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 60 people found the following review helpful By A. Prasad on June 4, 2007
If you are looking for a Zippo, chances are you want to do more than light a cigarette; you're probably getting this lighter to do tricks. If so, this is a good lighter to go with, it's a functional basic Zippo.

However, if you think you're going to be playing around with this thing for a while, you might seriously want to consider getting a slightly better looking one (perhaps black, or with a zippo logo) for a couple of extra bucks. I got this lighter last week, and am already in love with it and trick with it all the time; I already wish I had a fancier one to show off...

Also, remember this is a refillable ZIPPO lighter from which fuel dries over time if not used, HENCE IT COMES WITH NO FUEL FILLED(duh!). So do yourself a favor, and buy Zippo lighter fluid right now with the lighter and don't curse yourself later about having to pay shipping twice.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By O' Foxy on April 15, 2011
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I first started getting into wanting a Zippo after finding my dad's old brass deal, and I noticed it smudged a lot and never kept a shine. So when I got around to buying my own, I bought the 1941 replica, then the 1937, and because I wanted one of each main type of lighter that they sold in silver, I needed to get a standard windproof, and having bought my friend a chrome high polish Zippo, I liked it, but knew it was going to get used and abused, so I didn't want something that was only going to get scratches in it.

Enter the brushed chrome. This isn't a 'cheap' Zippo by any quality standard, the chrome finish gives it balls. No muss or fuss with this thing, works fine, solid closing and opening, no play. Flint wheel works, everything is exactly how a Zippo should be, and best of all, the finish makes it look like the thing can take a bullet and still hold up, it just looks tough. It may be one of the cheaper lighters Zippo offers, because it is a basic.But I don't like graphics, I like it plain and simple. I hold it right up there with my replicas and I'm totally satisfied with my purchase.
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28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Joy on October 7, 2007
Let me say right away that this isn't a lighter that you open and start using, and then throw away when you're done with it. If you want one of those, go get a Bic. This is a Zippo! Sure, you have to refill it some, (since it comes without fluid, and dries out after a few weeks) and you can mess up your wick easier than you can mess up a regular lighter, but that's kind of the point. You see, this is the kind of lighter that you're supposed to buy and actually care for, which is part of its charm. If you mess up the wick, grab some tweezers and some scissors and pull the wick up a little bit (its surprisingly long) and cut the wick to the desired length. If you use up your flint, go buy a new one (I think they're like 59 cents for 3 at Wal-Mart) and put it in yourself. And if you do manage to mess it up beyond easy repair, you can just mail it to Zippo, since they offer a lifetime warranty on this product. Past that, I don't think I know a lighter that's nearly as much fun to light. The flint wheel and flint are quality components, and the lighter stays lit without you having to hold some stupid plastic button to keep it that way (did I mention that there isn't a single plastic component in the whole lighter?). I don't know how well I've described the kind of warmth that seems to grow in you for your Zippo as time goes by (For example my friend still has one from 2003, so he's had a single lighter for 4 years), but I can only hope that I've piqued your interest enough to go invest the 10 or 15 bucks to have one. After all, the more people that buy Zippos, the cheaper they are for me!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Teddy Picker on July 7, 2014
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Zippos are classic lighters and a fashion accessory, and the appearance and sound of these lives up to that. It's a beautiful piece and that "flick" sound is just so satisfying.

That said, as soon as you get it in your hands, the disappointment starts. The lid doesn't align with the body very well. I knew before buying that the fuel evaporates, but I was surprised that is only takes 5-7 days for it to evaporate from full to empty *without use*. I thought it would take at least two weeks. The evaporation rate might be a problem with my expectations, but I can't help but think that if the lid fit more snugly, it would evaporate more slowly.

When you actually try to light the lighter, it's even more disappointing. I don't think there has been a time I've successfully lit it on my first try. Typically it takes 3-5 tries to get it lit. That's really crippling to this being a good fashion accessory. When you see the guy with his leather coat lighting a cigarette in a noir film, he doesn't spend thirty seconds fiddling with his lighter. Failing to light your lighter does *not* make you look badass. 79 cent BIC lighters light on the first try, why can't a Zippo?

You know those movies where the guy lights a Zippo and then tosses it into a gasoline covered car or building or whatever he wants to burn? I used to think that was a waste of a perfectly good zippo. Now I realize he just got it to light on the first try for the first time ever, and has decided to quit while he's ahead.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Koinupup on August 16, 2009
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This was the first lighter I ever bought, it's reliable, durable, it's a Zippo. It takes some care to keep a zippo going but in my opinion it's worth it
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