Zippo Luxury Diamond Design Pocket Lighter

January 28, 2019 - Comment

Layers of texture envelop this Armor High Polish Gold Plate lighter. Zippo’s 360 Degree MultiCut engraving process produces an elegant pattern of diamonds and radiant lines, with the finishing touch of a translucent red epoxy-filled diamond shape set into the side of the lighter. A gold plated insert compliments and completes the high-end look and Luxury packaging highlights

Layers of texture envelop this Armor High Polish Gold Plate lighter. Zippo’s 360 Degree MultiCut engraving process produces an elegant pattern of diamonds and radiant lines, with the finishing touch of a translucent red epoxy-filled diamond shape set into the side of the lighter. A gold plated insert compliments and completes the high-end look and Luxury packaging highlights the wrapped design. For optimal performance, fill with Zippo lighter fluid.

Product Features

  • Genuine Zippo windproof lighter with distinctive Zippo “click”
  • All metal construction about 1.5 times as thick as a standard Zippo case; windproof design works virtually anywhere
  • Refillable for a lifetime of use; for optimum performance, we recommend genuine Zippo premium lighter fluid, flints, and wicks.
  • Made in USA; lifetime guarantee that “it works or we fix it freeTM”
  • Fuel: Zippo premium lighter fluid (sold separately)

Comments

Anonymous says:

Very nice lighter. Beautiful design and finish. It looks like something 80 years old from a time gone by. I’m not a smoker of any sort of tobacco. I’m not a Zippo collector. But I have developed a sort of respect for the artistic aspects of this inexpensive little cultural icon as I shopped for a fire making tool. This deep carved Armor “Regal” model really is beautiful. It looks like something 80 years old from a time gone by. It even feels very nice in the hand.Aside from the looks, I wanted something reliable to start my backpacking stove or a campfire when I’m hiking…

Anonymous says:

As good as it looks in the pictures Terrific detail deep-etched into the copper exterior. Consistent finish on top and bottom and all sides. Really a sharp-looking lighter. The Armor series is a little heavier (which I prefer) and the cover-opening “ting” sound is different (not sure if it’s the heavier weight metal or the copper) than a standard chrome-plated brass Zippo. Not bad, just different. The engraving definitely helps with grip–if you find your polished Zippo slips in your hand (making it hard for one-handed…

Anonymous says:

Not like the picture but its still a nice armor zippo

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