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    Default Re: Refillable Cigarette Lighters

    Quote Originally Posted by Mulletino View Post
    Lol, nah we were supervised mostly. A treat used to be getting to roll my dad's rollies with the rolling machine he had. How times have changed!
    I suppose that it has comparisons with playing with sparklers on 5th November or blowing candles on a birthday cake, but I was startled a bit there!
    I am now in my 40s (just in case anyone asks).

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    Default Re: Refillable Cigarette Lighters

    Quote Originally Posted by Mulletino View Post
    I might just have to buy one so I can use one of the many sized o-rings I have in my garage, nothing is more satisfying than replacing an o-ring with one of your spares from the mixed spare tin, just one of the joys when you get old.
    There are plenty of Ronson wick lighters from the 1940s and 50s on ebay and they rarely cost much unless they are a particularly rare or sought after model.

    For some reason or other there isn't much public interest in them compared with Zippo lighters. They are reliable and easy to service. All consumables (wicks, flints, cotton wool, and lighter fluid) are cheap and readily available.

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