How to Turn Your Regular Lighter into a Powerful Pocket Torch

From lighting candles, fires and all manner of things, lighters are some of the most important and basic survival tools we need to make a fire. Regular lighters, however, do come with their own downside ranging from short lifespan, failure to work in windy conditions and a flawed design that can burn your thumb. Well, the good news is that there is now a solution for all those shortcomings makes lighters even much more useful and efficient. It comes in the form of the Pocket Torch.

About the Pocket Torch. 

The Pocket torch is a clever invention that can be attached to any 2-cylinder and convert its mediocre and weak flame into a torch of searing hot blue flame. Other than appearing directly above the lighter as other regulars, the pocket torch's flame exits on the side.

 How it works. 

 The pocket torch is surprisingly easy to work with. All you need to do is pop it open and slide the lighter down its bottom chamber. Pop the cover back in and squeeze to start producing your torch of flame. Pressing on the torch forces out liquefied gas from the lighter's chamber and pushes it through the device. An electric ignition system, in turn, fires up the gas as it passes through the exit nozzle at high speed.

 Advantages of the pocket torch. 

 1. Owing to the flame exiting the device at an angle of 90 degrees chances that you will get your thumb burnt are virtually zero.

 2. The flame comes off at high pressure and is strong and steady. This ensures that the lighter can be used in extremely windy and bad weather.

 3. The flame produced is extremely hot and can reach temperatures of up to 1300 Celsius which means it can be used for other complicated tasks apart from just lighting.

4. Due to the effective nature in which liquefied fuel is utilized by the pocket torch, the lighter's lifespan can be boosted by up to 60%

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