Torch lighter

A torch lighter is a type of lighter that produces a flame by mixing fuel and air in a controlled way, and igniting the mixture with a spark. Unlike traditional lighters, which use a spark to ignite a small flame produced by a wick or other means, torch lighters create a high-intensity flame that can reach much higher temperatures.

Torch lighters are commonly used for a variety of purposes, including lighting candles, starting fires, melting materials, and even culinary purposes like searing food. They typically use a fuel source such as butane or propane, and are designed to be refillable and reusable.

It’s important to handle torch lighters with care, as the intense heat and flame they produce can be dangerous if used improperly. It’s also important to use them in a well-ventilated area, and to keep them out of the reach of children and pets.

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