These Flameless Plasma Lighters Are the Future of Flame

They're weather-proof and 85% off.

Everyone should have at least one great lighter handy at all times. And you don’t have to be a smoker, or even a campfire-enthusiast, to appreciate and benefit from a strong, reliable flame. A great lighter is a must-have item for your emergency kit, or even your top drawer when it comes time to light a candle.

Not all lighters, however, are created equal. Those plastic lighters that come in packs of ten at your local gas station aren’t worth the dimes you’ll pay for them, and Zippo lighters require far too much maintenance and upkeep to be practical. That’s why these SaberLight Rechargeable Flameless Plasma Beam Lighters are so popular. They’re completely weather-proof, non-toxic, and TSA-approved, and a 2-pack is currently on sale for 85% off at just $29.99.

These lighters are as powerful as they are compact and stylish—emitting an electricity-generated plasma beam that’s hotter and cleaner than a butane flame, and that will light practically anything that needs to be lit in a fraction of a second. And since the flame is wind-proof and splash-proof, you won’t have to worry about having to make multiple ignition attempts, regardless of your environment. 

Since these lighters are butane-free, they’re far less toxic, and TSA approval means you can take them with you on a plane without having to negotiate with a TSA agent in the security line. They’re also completely rechargeable (thanks to a long-lasting, built-in li-ion battery) and deliver a whopping 300 uses on a single charge, so you can take them on long trips without worry. 

It’s no coincidence that these SaberLight lighters have 4/5 stars on over 200 reviews on Amazon. Pick up a 2-pack for yourself (or that pyromaniac on your holiday list) for just $29.99—85% off the regular price.

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