Whether you’re a smoker or you need a lighter for any other reason such starting fires while camping, the Sparkr Mini Plasma Lighter 2.0 is the coolest damn lighter you’ll ever come across. First of all, it never needs fuel. The Sparkr Mini uses electricity and special coils to generate plasma arcs that ignite material it comes in contact with. Second, it’s rechargeable with a USB cable, so you can top it up using any standard wall outlet, a portable charger, or even your laptop. It’s also completely windproof since there’s no flame, and it’s on sale right now on Amazon even though it was just released. Use the coupon code L5IMQBFO at checkout, and the $29.99 price drops to just $19.99.

Here are some bullet points from the product page:

  • VERSION 2 UPGRADES: Flashlight activation changed to 3 button click so it can no longer turn on accidently in your pocket or bag. Plasma spark changed to custom frequency so it no longer creates the high-pitch sound associated with plasma lighters.
  • NO FUEL NEEDED: This small, flip-style lighter offers a classic look and feel but never needs refueling. Plug the included micro-USB cable into any USB port when the power gets low and you’re set for another 100 – 300 sparks.
  • EVERYDAY CARRY: Constructed from lightweight yet durable impact-resistant polycarbonate making it convenient to carry in your pocket. It also has a 15 lumen LED flashlight in the bottom of the lighter for easy access to light.
  • EASY TO USE: The Sparkr Mini’s windproof X patterned dual arcs make lighting up easy regardless how windy or cold it may be. It’s intentionally design to light just the tip of a cigarette by being perfectly spaced so the sparks suck into a cigarette just like a regular flame.
  • ONE YEAR WARRANTY: The Power Practical team is committed to providing high-quality products and offers a one-year limited warranty on our electric lighters.

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