Fifth Element Electrode Dual Arc Lighter - Metallic Black
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The Fifth Element Electrode Lighter is the perfect piece of modern technology for anyone needing a futuristic, quick light. With dual arc technology, developed by Halo, the Fifth Element Electrode lights candles, paper, incense, and anything else in milliseconds. It is also impossible to blow the current out like a regular lighter, so you can use it in any windy situation.
How does it work?
Fifth Element Electrode Lighters contain pulse points where electrical voltage potentials are applied to each electrode point. The voltage potential between the points ionizes the air and creates a visual and beautiful, yet powerful, electrical arc current. The current contains more heat than any flame and can instantly create fire. Large or small, the electrode can light it. Simply press the button, hold the arc next to your object, and pull. The electrode's arcs adapt and move to the object you are lighting.
Why Halo Lighters?
Halo Lighters are very safe and can be brought onto airplanes and other public transportation. Unless the top cap is fully open, the lighter will not fire (a Halo implanted safety feature). Unlike regular lighters, they do not heat up and are much less likely to cause burns. The electrical arc is also windproof, so Halo Lighters can be used anywhere, anytime. You never need to worry about fuel, as Halo Lighters run on rechargeable lithium ion batteries that last for days with regular use. Not to mention, they are a very cool and interesting gadget that act as conversation starters wherever you use them.
What's in the box?
When you order from us, you'll receive your Fifth Element Lighter securely situated in a protective gift box. Inside is also a USB charging cable and instructions for care and use of your new lighter.
What are the dimensions?
Length: 2.750 in. (7.0 cm) Width: 1.375 in. (3.5 cm) Depth: 0.438 in. (1.1 cm) Weight: 2.7 oz. (76.5 g)
IMPORTANT: Please refrain from touching the electrode pulse points on the lighter to avoid electrical shock.