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We worked with carefully selected partners all over the world to provide you with an exciting, innovative, and affordable lighter.
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"Love it so far, I like the sound and feeling of opening it. It also works well and is whisper quiet! Thank you! One of the best my orders ever"
"Finally the lighters been reinvented. No more plastic and butane, a step forward towards a sustainable future!"
"My plasma lighter is so cool! Nice easy clean lighting"
"I bring it everywhere I go!"
"I love this lighter so much I retired the zipper I had carried religiously for years.
How does it work?
When you press the button, an electric current flows between four ceramic electrodes. The air between is ionized and creates a constant 900 degrees of heat
This arc is drastically hotter than an open flame, so it lights anything!
Meet John, Founder and Inventor of ZLighter
Our mission is to end butane by delivering the latest innovations in electric lighter tech at the most affordable prices.
"It’s often said that form should follow function, as if tagging along with its older, wiser sibling. We prefer to think of form and function as colleagues, each challenging the other to be better."
Thank you for your support and we hope you enjoy your ZLighter!
ZLighter Review by NuikopeaDemon
From Seth's Blog
Zlighters are also windproof, which I've tested. I even blew directly onto the arcs and they stayed lit. You don't have to shield the wind or cup your hands anymore....
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5 Facts About Plastic
1) Over 1.7 Billion lighters are trashed each year
2)Over the last ten years we have produced more plastic than during the whole of the last century.
3)50 percent of the plastic we use, we use just once and throw away.
4)Enough plastic is thrown away each year to circle the earth four times.
5)We currently recover only five percent of the plastics we produce
Greenhouse gases keep heat close to the earth’s surface making it livable for humans and animals. However, global warming is happening largely due to an over-emittance of these gases and fossil fuels (natural oil, gasoline, coal)
According to the U.S. Global Change Research Program, the temperature in the U.S. has increased by 2 degrees in the last 50 years and precipitation increased by 5%.