Flexible Lighter, 3200 F, Butane
Average Rating: 4.2
|Flame Temp. (Deg. F)||3200|
|Characteristics||Compact, Flexible, Easy To Use Wind Resistant Unit Produces an Adjustable Flame, Built in Safety Lock, Viewing Window and a Light For Better Visability|
|Application||Bendable and Shapeable For Lighting Pilot Lights, Igniting Grills, Starting Campfires and Lighting Candles|
|Standards||Meets CPSC Requirements|
Flexible Lighter, Flame Temp. (Deg. F): 3200, Powered By: Butane, Characteristics: Compact, Flexible, Easy To Use Wind Resistant Unit Produces an Adjustable Flame, Built in Safety Lock, Viewing Window and a Light For Better Visability, Application: Bendable and Shapeable For Lighting Pilot Lights, Igniting Grills, Starting Campfires and Lighting Candles, Standards: Meets CPSC Requirements Hazardous material - Flammable GasView the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for this item.
Average Product Rating: 4.2based on 6 reviews
Not ready for Prime TimeTuesday, August 20, 2013
I have owned two of these lighters and both have failed within a few months. The second one hung on a little longer than the first, but has never provided a good flame and is now impossible to light without a second lighter. Also, the handle has become sticky over time. Bernzomatic needs to go back to the drawing board on this one!
Long, flexible head
Quality is poor, duration of operation is extremely low, sticky handle feels gooey after a few months.
LighterFriday, January 20, 2012
We love this lighter and couldn't find it anywhere. It is a great product and we will be purchasing this again.
How it works
A Miniature Torch For The Price Of A LighterTuesday, August 09, 2011
This is one of the few butane "torches" that really works great for soldering and jobs that require higher heat, it also has a precise intense flame that is on a flexible neck, and the LED light is very handy. I repair electrical wiring on many types of vehicles, and this really fits the bill.
High heat, flexible neck, led light, refillable, modestly priced
A lock on mechanism to maintain a flame without having to hold the safety button would be very handy in certain circumstances
Flexible LighterTuesday, February 15, 2011
Good product and works well. Could be a little smaller for one handed operation with smaller hands. Manageable with practice.
Great steady consistent flame
Smaller to hold and hit switch
Bernzomatic Fleixble LighterWednesday, January 05, 2011
This was exactly what I had been looking for and unable to find in any local store. It is great for lighting candles, starting a fire in the fireplace, lighting birthday candles or barbeques. It is very easy to light. The shipping was quick and packaging was great. I would definitely order from Drillspot again.
Hazardous material shipping nightmare!Friday, December 31, 2010
The product in and of itself is wonderful. I bought two of these, one as a gift and one for myself. The 'torch' characteristics of this lighter make it extremely easy to light a candle that's deep down in the jar, or to light a firestarter deep into your pile of tinders. A little difficult to squeeze the thumb trigger and the ignition trigger simultaneously, but after a few tries you get the hang of it and it lights right up on the first attempt. The only part about my purchase that I hated was the shipping. Not such much the fault of DrillSpot.com, but more-so FedEx Freight. Since this lighter is filled ans comes with a refill canister, it's considered Hazardous Materials and had to be shipped via FedEx Freight seeing as how regular FedEx drivers do not have their Haz-Mat CDL. Before arrival, FedEx calls me to arrange delivery of a "pallet." They ask if they can get a tractor trailer to my address. Living on a cul-de-sac, that would be a no. So they ask were I worked so that they can possibly deliver it to my office. It turns out that FedEx freight makes a stop there everyday. "Yes, place my shipment on the truck that goes there." I got a "not a problem, it'll be there tomorrow." Truck came and my little 1 pound box was plastic-wrapped by itself on a pallet. Whatever. Got it home and loved using it to light everything that I could in every situation that I could come up with... put it through it's paces. Two days later I get a bill in the mail from FedEx for $30.85. The lighters and shipping from DrillSpot only cost approx. $23, what am I getting this extra bill for? The invoice states that they had made a first attempt to deliver before they had supposedly called me. I spent half an hour on the phone disputing this claim and finally got the charge waived when I convinced them that there is no possible way they tried to deliver it seeing as how I was home from work that day and I was tracking the package online. What a hassle! Next time I need something of this nature, I'll do a little research and find a place to buy it locally.
It's literally a flexible mini torch and can light in any configuration