Torch Lighters

Xikar offers an array of high-quality cigar lighters designed with a variety of features to cater to the diverse needs and preferences of cigar aficionados. Each lighter model showcases Xikar's commitment to quality, innovation, and style.

Sort by:
Tactical Triple Jet Lighter

Xikar Tactical Triple Jet Lighter

$99.99
Elevate your outdoor experiences and cigar enjoyment with our cutting-edge Tactical Triple Jet Lighter. Crafted for precision and reliability, this sleek and sturdy lighter is an essential tool for adventurers,...
Trezo Triple-jet Butane Lighter

XIKAR® Trezo Triple-jet Butane Lighter

$99.99
Trezo Triple-jet Butane Lighter XIKAR® is proud to introduce a revolutionary new design in jet flame lighters. The unique design places two outer jet flames at an 8 degree angle...
XIKAR® HP3 Triple-Jet Flame Lighter

XIKAR® HP3 Triple-Jet Flame Lighter

$99.99
XIKAR® HP3 Triple-Jet Flame Lighter In-line triple-jet flame Windproof  Lighter EZ-view™ red fuel window altitude tested to 12,000 ft supported by XIKAR limited lifetime warranty High Performance Cigar Lighter Limited...
Allume Triple Jet Torch Lighter

Xikar Allume Triple Jet Tabletop Torch Lighter

$119.99
Allume Triple Jet Torch Lighter triangle triple-jet flame wind resistant altitude tested to 12,000 ft supported by XIKAR limited lifetime warranty The Allume tabletop lighter is a triple-jet flame lighter...

Xikar offers an array of high-quality cigar torch butane lighters designed with a variety of features to cater to the diverse needs and preferences of cigar aficionados. Each lighter model showcases Xikar's commitment to quality, innovation, and style.

Torch Butane Lighter Q&A- From Fueling to Flame Adjustment

A Torch Lighter is a device designed to emit a high-intensity flame and heat, fueled by butane, a type of compressed gas. Unlike traditional soft flame lighters, it is capable of reaching extremely high temperatures in a matter of seconds and is highly resistant to wind. 

Different Numbers of Jet Flames

Torch flame lighters come in several designs, with different numbers of jet flames. The number of jets refers to how many individual flame torches the lighter produces, and each style serves different purposes.

Single Jet Torch Lighters
Single-jet flame: This is the most common type, and is perfect for a range of general uses. The focused flame produced by these lighters provides precise ignition, making them ideal for lighting cigars, indoor and in outdoor conditions.
Dual Jet Torch Lighters
Dual-jet flame: With two jets, these lighters produce a larger, hotter flame. They are excellent for lighting larger cigars more evenly and quickly, and they often provide a wind-resistant flame for more reliable outdoor use.
Triple Jet Torch Lighters
Triple-jet flame cigar lighters create a powerful, broad flame that is ideal for an even and precise cigar lighting. The enhanced heat output can light a cigar more quickly and evenly, reducing the risk of uneven burns.
Quad Jet Torch Lighters
Quad-jet flame: Representing the high-end of the market, quad-jet flame lighters offer a large, intense flame that can stand up to the toughest lighting conditions. They are particularly suited for larger, thicker cigars that require a lot of heat for a proper light.

The specific number of jets that a cigar smoker prefers in his lighter can depend on a few different factors, such as the size of their typical cigar, their patience for the lighting process, and the conditions in which they usually smoke.

Why they are called 'butane' torch lighter?

They are called like that because they use butane as a fuel source. Butane is a hydrocarbon, a highly flammable, colorless, easily liquefied gas used in gas-type lighters and butane torches.

The "torch" part of the name comes from the lighter's ability to produce a consistent, steady flame that remains lit, and that doesn't flicker out or get easily extinguished, much like a torch. This strong, steady flame is produced by releasing the butane gas and igniting it, which creates the flame. This flame is wind-resistant and much hotter than those produced by other types of lighters, which is ideal for cigar lighters.

In essence, a butane torch flame lighters are portable devices that produces a mini butane-powered torch flame, similar to a small blowtorch, and that's where the name comes from.

Butane Torch Lighter

How to refill a butane lighter?

Refilling a butane lighter is a simple process, but it requires some care to ensure safety. Here are the steps you'd typically follow:

  1. Ensure the Lighter is Empty: Before refilling, you want to make sure the butane fuel is completely gone. This can typically be done by pressing the fill valve with a small tool to release any remaining gas. Do this in a well-ventilated area away from any open flames.
  2. Adjust the Flame Height to Minimum: Typical lighter's flame adjustment is done using a dial or screw that controls the flame height. Before refilling, turn this to the lowest setting. This prevents the flame from flaring up too high when you ignite the lighter after refilling.
  3. Prepare the Butane Canister: Hold your can of butane fuel upside down. You'll see a nozzle on the top of the can.
  4. Align the Nozzles: Now, take your lighter and turn it upside down. Align the fill valve on the lighter with the nozzle on the butane fuel canister.
  5. Refill the Lighter: Press the butane fuel canister down into the lighter. This will release the butane gas into the lighter's reservoir. Keep them pressed together until your lighter is filled. You'll often hear a hissing noise as the butane goes into the lighter.
  6. Wait Before Ignition: Once filled, let your lighter rest for a while before igniting. This allows the gas to reach room temperature.
  7. Adjust Flame Height: Adjust the flame height back to your preferred setting and you're ready to go.

Remember, safety first! Always refill lighters in a well-ventilated area away from any open flames or heat sources. Also, never attempt to overfill your butane lighter.