SOL Fire Lite Fuel-Free Lighter

$28.00
Color: Orange
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A weatherproof electric lighter built to work in any conditions and at any altitude, the SOL Fire Lite Fuel-Free lighter lets you start campfires and stoves with the touch of a button.

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Features

  • Ultralight and compact, this sleek plasma lighter weighs less than 2 oz. and fits in the palm of your hand, so it's easy to take anywhere
  • Ideal for lighting campfires and stoves, the lighter's top-facing dual arcs ignite flammable materials on contact
  • Includes a 3 ft. Tinder-Cord lanyard that can serve as a rope or dependable tinder; simply cut off the end and push back the nylon fibers to expose the flammable core
  • Built-in 100 lumen light helps you find your way in the dark; features low, high and strobe settings; runs for about 3 hrs. on low for a single battery charge
  • To turn the light on, hold down the on button for 3 seconds; this delay prevents the light from turning on while in your pack and draining the battery
  • Waterproof design works regardless of wind, rain, temperature or altitude; includes a watertight case
  • Integrated lithium battery charges in 2 hrs. with the included micro-USB cable and lasts for about 45 uses (7 sec. per use)
  • Fuel not included

Imported.

Before starting a fire outdoors, review Leave No Trace principles and safe extinguishing practices. Always check the land manager's current regulations for information on where to build a fire, appropriate wood to use and potential burn bans.
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Technical Specs

Best Use

Backpacking

Dimensions

4 x 1.4 inches

Weight

1.8 ounces

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