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Zippo Outdoor Line Handwarmer Replacement Burner, Silver
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 2 x 1 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.05 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.97 pounds|
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|Size||2.38 x 5.81 x 5.31|
Top Customer Reviews
If you have a handwarmer that is really hard to light, either (1) you're doing it wrong or (2) the burner needs replacing.
As for (1), you want to hold your match/lighter to the burner long enough that the burner has a "fireplace embers" type of reddish glow deep inside the burner. Once it has that red "ember" light inside and holds it for a minute, it's ready to go. Hard to explain, but you'll know it when you see it. The first time you use the burner, it will take a little while for it to reach this state. Don't dismay, it only takes a while the first few times. It gets much easier after you break the burner in.
As for (2), the burner is supposed to be changed every 70 or 80 uses. (You'll know when you get to that point because the burner gradually takes longer to hold the burn.) In my experience it lasts longer than this, but its "expected" lifespan is said to be 80 uses.
If you are having trouble getting your burner to hold the "burn", you can also try lighting it and then letting it sit for a few minutes without the lid/cover on, to give the burner better access to oxygen and see if it takes. Also be careful not to overfill the tank-- excess fuel soaking into the burner makes it impossible for the burner to hold the burn.
All that said, if you are putting one or two of these handwarmers in your car's "emergency supplies" box, definitely put in one whose burner has been broken in a couple of times, as the fact is that you occasionally do find one that is hard to light.
Replacing the burner takes less than 30 seconds and requires no directions.
For old zippo warmers, these burners seem to last longer and utilize fuel more efficiently than the converters supplied with the old units. That's not a scientific evaluation, but it seems that way to me!!
I'm an avid Zippo user. I use the handwarmers alllll the time.
But this is what I found:
Some burners work, some don't.
Some stay lit, and some don't.
Not sure if it's the reduced amount of material on top. (probably is)
I rated it 3 stars as "it's okay" because I still use it. I just have to force it to light and stay lit.
The first one lasted one full winter of near daily use. It started the 2nd winter and was still going strong (like new). However,
I put the warmer in a shallow shirt pocket. When I bent over to pick up something off the floor, the hand warmer fell out of
my pocket onto a hard floor. The lid of the warmer fell off. I picked it up and replaced it, but did not realize until later that
the burner had also fallen off the warmer. I was not able to find the burner so replaced it with a spare burner. So far, it's
performing very well under heavy use in a frigid Michigan winter. I even like using my warmer in the house which we keep cool
(low to mid sixties) so the hand warmer and burner see plenty of use. During the course of two cold Michigan winters, I've
managed to lose one burner by dropping the warmer, but have not worn out a burner even under near daily use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works way better than the old style.... easier to light and they seem to cook more evenly. Don't be fooled buy the first couple of times using them.... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Christopher Cleveland
I love this product. I live in Michigan where we have, usually, freezing winters. Plus I have neuropathy in my right hand and this product really, really helps. Read morePublished 25 days ago by KSD
My hands are always cold and this does the trick when I'm waking my dog in cold weather.Published 1 month ago by Outspoken
Quick, easy way to reinvigorate your hand warmer. Can be tricky to get on, but once you do, you’re back in business. Warm and toasty.Published 1 month ago by slavicboy
Works good as a replacement. Seemed a little harder to start up first time but after that works well.Published 2 months ago by Jimmy
Exactly as i expected. Not one issue wih it. I just wish it wasnt so expensive for just one.Published 2 months ago by greg
would like to see the mantles sold by there self instead of the metal cover and mantle together , other than that it works greatPublished 2 months ago by John C. Hensley