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Zippo Flex Neck Utility Lighter

by Zippo

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  • Durable metal construction
  • Wind-resistant dual flame technology
  • Adjustable flame dial, flexible neck
  • Patented child-resistant safety button
  • Fuel: Zippo premium butane
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Product Description

Zippo's Flex Neck Utility Lighter is a butane powered lighter with a soft flame. Light your grill, lantern, tiki torches, and fireplaces with Zippo's Flex Neck Utility Lighter. Its slim, powerful nozzle easily fits into the opening on most grills and lanterns, and with wind-resistant dual flame technology, the Utility Lighter is ideal for any outdoor setting. The Flex Neck Utility Lighter features an adjustable flame dial, a patented child-resistant safety button, wind resistance, a fuel supply window. It is approximately 12 inches in length from the base to neck tip and approximately 1 inch wide at the base. Comes with a three-year warranty. For optimum performance, use Zippo Premium Butane Fuel.Slim ergonomic feel.Patented Child Safety Button.Simple and easy to use.3 Year warranty from Zippo.All Zippo Lighters are sold without fuel!.Campmor can not at this time ship either Zippo Butane or Zippo Lighter Fluid.Weight = 5 oz..

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  • ASIN: B00CUTQ8BO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (311 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,908 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

This lighter is solid, very well made, and dependable.
Scott
The lighting safety button and ignition button are very awkward to hold while trying to light.
J. Lynch
I tried to refill it with Zippo butane and it does not fill up.
Vaibhav Patel

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79 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Dave Edmiston TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 31, 2012
Color Name: Silver Unfilled Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I've owned about a bazillion different fireplace lighters and I've hated just about every one of them. But not this one.

I expected this to be another lightweight poorly built semi-disposable lighter. Wrong. This lighter is awesome. It's very solid and much heavier than I expected. I guess I should have known it would be solid, because that's how every other Zippo product I've owned has been.

So why bendy? Honestly, I don't know. I'm really not sure why I would want to aim my flame around a corner, but now I'm glad that I can.

The safety and ignition switch are easy to use. It generally lights on the first flick. The fluid level window is easy to see.

The flame level adjustment works well. It's actually a solid metal wheel with a good knurl on it.

It also has a clip thingie that flips out of the base. I can't tell what it is. I don't think it's a belt clip, because that would be weird. It can't be a stand, because who would want to stand their bendy lighter on end (too dangerous--plus it wouldn't stay lit).

The head is very elegant. It doesn't look like any lighter I've owned before. I guess the closest comparison (in looks) is one of my high end Calibri lighters.

So I suppose the unidentifiable clip and the bendable neck make this lighter slightly enigmatic. And why not? Why shouldn't your good lighter have a touch of mystery to it?

All in all, I really do like this lighter. I like the look and feel. It's utilitarian and elegant, plus it's a great conversation piece. Your friends will fight for a turn to play with it.

TIP: If you've never owned a refillable lighter like this, turn the whole business upside down when you fill it.
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Hope Schoenbacher on November 3, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I was hesitant to buy this based on all the poor reviews, but thought a product from Zippo couldn't be that bad. Well I was wrong. This is a total waste of money, it worked for a few days at a satisfactory level, then went downhill fast. I've refilled it a few times trying to get it working good again but it just puts out a tiny flame that couldn't even light an ant fart. Don't buy it. It's crap.
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By W. Cintron on August 31, 2011
Color Name: Unfilled Black Verified Purchase
I've purchased and fueled up (remember it does come empty on butane and get a canister as well) my new zippo flex neck lighter and have a couple useful notes to prospective buyers:

The design is good, and thankfully the type of rubberized coating doesn't have a sticky feel like many other products in similar coatings. It's much more like a matte black milk gallon in texture.

The electronic ignition uses an wire filament which runs across the mouth of the unit about 1/8 inch deep inside the opening of the fuel nozzle. It does seem robust, but not terribly durable. So if you're looking to be able to drop this safely out on a rock or tile flooring often, consider a more rugged product.

To further support the "multiple clicking" ignition failure other reviews are talking about: to a point they're correct. You need to hold the slider a second longer than should be strictly necessary to allow gas to begin flowing before completing the motion and hearing the "click" for the most reliable ignition. Much like on a gas stove where you can hear the low hiss of moving gas before applying the spark to ignite. If you just run the slide in a quick motion (which admittedly works great on most cheap Bic lighters with long necks) you'll need as many as 3 to 6 clicks before enough fuel has collected at the nozzle to get a flame. If you've come to expect fast lighters like the classic Zippo box that fail uncommonly per strike, I'd urge you to look at a different model.

The bending neck is as flexible as I'd like and the filament is still holding well considering I've already dropped the unit several times. That plus the lifetime warranty should keep me in good shape.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By AF on September 6, 2011
Color Name: Silver Unfilled Verified Purchase
The Zippo does light, but not easily. The safety mechanism and trigger are difficult to operate -- and I am a man with large and reasonably strong hands. I got the Zippo to replace a Bic pistol style disposable lighter. I am sorry I did not get another Bic. I suppose there is a reason pistols are shaped the way they are -- long experience has found this to be an effective and simple design. In the Bic, the hammer is replaced by the safety switch. A similar design is used by my electric hedge trimmer. I suppose Zippo was taking extra care to make their device child resistant (and for something that starts fires that is not a bad idea), but they did an awfully good job of making it adult resistant as well.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By boxcutter9987 on September 8, 2011
Color Name: Silver Unfilled Verified Purchase
Was hoping to purchase a high quality lighter for camping, hunting and general use. I was very disappointed in this product. It quit working after about 20 lights. The cheap disposable lighters work much better. I wouldn't waste my money on it.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By C. VanDoren on February 2, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I agree with the other reviewers that this is hard to use. It is difficult to push both buttons at the same time, and it often doesn't light on the first push as the filament isn't hot yet. BUT it is the only windproof lighter I could find so I lived with it. Then it ran out of gas strange, I haven't used it very much, I guess they don't put too much in it when new. Oh well, I bought a Zippo butane refill at the same time. But the lighter won't refill with the zippo fuel or another filler I have. I think the refill port is clogged.

Zippo's customer support was very quick to respond. They "graciously" agreed to waive their $5 handling fee for warranty service as long as I paid to ship the defective product back to them. They said "It is our policy that customers must send products to us as we cannot send pre-paid mailers not fully always knowing what the consumer will send back with the packaging. We cannot risk the wrong contents being put in the mail back to our company as we must abide by strict shipping regulations. We can, however, waive the $5.00 handling fee that the guarantee requires for repair."
What the heck? You charge customers for repairing products under warranty? And require us to pay to ship a defective product back?
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