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Famous for their Rollagas Lighters, Dunhill produced one of the first butane gas lighters in the mid 1950s.
Since 1957, their iconic lighter has remained relatively unchanged but now is in available in a variety of styles.
It’s also a requirement of your Dunhill Rollagas Lighter guarantee that you use them.
No other flints are wide enough and may jam in your lighter, the same way that Dunhill flints are too large for most other lighter brands and may damage your lighter.
so we use a courier, they are called my Hermes.....'' john Unfortunately, I don't want to risk sending my beloved wife's gift to the UK only to have it confiscated and destroyed. I'm not sure if that includes the price of the burner or not but, even at that cost, I'm still ahead of buying a new one.
ARS is such a rip off I wish someone would give them some competition.
It holds gas just fine but upon opening the cap, it shoots, literally shoots gas from the valve. I contacted the gentleman in the UK about doing a complete refurb on two Dunhill lighters I picked up earlier this year.
Dunhill Red Lighter Flints are slightly wider than standard lighter flints and they’re specifically designed to work with your Dunhill Rollagas Lighter.
Or, someone that would sell me a burner to replace the one I currently have so I can more effectively use it on my pipes. It's not that I'm opposed to sending it off, ..............
********WARNING*********** BE CAREFUL MAILING TO UK 1...... ROYAL MAIL DESTROY LIGHTERS - CLASSED AS DANGEROUS GOODS john********WARNING*********** BE CAREFUL MAILING TO UK 1...... ROYAL MAIL DESTROY LIGHTERS - CLASSED AS DANGEROUS GOODS john If I were to mail a lighter to the UK, first, I would not declare it as such, second, as I was told by a repairman in the UK, I wold make sure it was empty.
Ronson makes one that I really like, the Varaflame that is much less expensive but way more cool. I would love to have the gas valve in this lighter modified for my pipe but as it sits right now, there are only about invested in to it.
Ronson makes one that I really like, the Varaflame that is much less expensive but way more cool. I have my late dad's Ronson "Varaflame" (with tail fins! I love it for the reasons you mention - I must take a pic and post it.