- Brand: MEIRUBY
- Color: Rose Gold
- Style: Electric
- Fuel Type: Electric
- Product Dimensions: 1″L x 1″W x 2″Th
- Upgrade Electric Lighter: The Windproof and Splashproof Design of the electric arc lighter ensures that you can easily use it under any weather conditions.
- Not only Candle Lighter: The flexible and 360°Rotatable neck of the lighter can meet the needs of your in different occasions
- Rechargeable USB Lighter: The Lighters can be used 600 times on a single charge which display real time battery volume.
- Portable Lighter: The size of the lighter is very small and slim. It is suitable for daily use.
- What you get: A Electric Lighter ,a USB charging Cable and a Manual.
Since I heat my home with a wood furnace, we always seem to be out of wooden matches. Trying to find the standard box of wooden matches on the shelves has been difficult in my area, so I decided to give this electronic match a try.It is very easy to use. Once it is charged up, slide the on switch toward the business end of this electronic match, and small LED lights will indicate the current battery charge level and that the unit is ready to start a fire. Then press the small round button and it will produce a continuous, but very hot spark. You will have a finite amount of time (about ten seconds) to fire something up; after which all the LEDs will go off, along with the hot spark. No real problem here, just flick the slide switch away from the business end and then toward the business end and you will have another shot at lighting something up.This is really a great safety feature. Suppose after lighting up your fireplace you place the unit in your back pocket and then sit down on the sofa; it just might be possible the light button my get accidentally pressed. Not only does this unit produce a hot discharged, it could also do damage to you because of the high voltages involved. Like nearly everything else, this device is not a toy, so read the short instruction manual. Always move the slide switch to the off position after completing your task. Should you forget to do so, the device will still become inoperative after a period or about ten seconds. I would not leave it about where children could get their hands on it, any more than I would leave real matches lying about.A hint about how to go about lighting up your fireplace. Take any sheet (or part of a sheet) of black & white newspaper, and roll it up into an elongated cone, no more than a 1/2 inch in diameter. Now you have a stiff rod that could be a foot long or longer. Place the end of the cone between the electrodes such that one of electrodes is inside the end of the cone. Hit the fire button, and within a second or two, you will have a flaming paper rod to light your fireplace.This device impressed me so much, that I purchased a second pink one for my wife. After I charged it up for her, she used it once. After several months elapsed, I checked its rechargeable battery life to find it was still fully charged. When off, these units hold their charge very well. How many fires could one light on a single charge, will depend on how efficient you are. I typically only need, say, two seconds to light my paper rod. I light, typically, one or two fires a day during winter, and had to charge it only once. Manual recommends not to let the rechargeable discharge all the way down.
Keith C. –
Bought this for a specific candle. We have a 3 lb, 7 wick candle that is mostly burned out. It is our favorite candle so we are trying to get the maximum out of it.With a torch lighter it is too difficult to get to the bottom and keep the lighter lit but with this little invention it was not an issue.I will say that the battery life is only about 10 wicks worth but it does charge up pretty quickly.Seems to be a bit flimsy but we’ll see what the life span is.
Sandra K. –
So cute, so effective. I use this daily to light my candles. Flexible wand and head are small and go deep into candle holders. Holds charge well, and completely recharges in less than 1/2 hour. Have bought more for friends!
This is a really awesome alternative to a lighter. A little bit strange at first since there isn’t a standard flame but it seems to make it safer. I really like this lighter and I’m probably going to buy some as gifts for friends.
Niki Jackson –
I got this for lighting candles, and I’ve never had an electric lighter before, but this thing is kind of cool – and I feel safe letting my son use it too. The biggest issue is that he wants to play with it all the time because he thinks it’s so cool too ??♀️
Mrs. Clark –
Thought I’d try it as I usually light a candle I while sit in the corner with a book. The tip needs a cool off of a minute after use before replacing plastic case. Recharges quickly. Way less obtrusive than the plastic barrel lighters so clumsy on tabletops and unattractive!
Mary Post –
I love this thing. Finding matches at Walmart is not an easy job, and it takes a LOT of time to locate them. I asked workers where they are, and of course they are never where they send me. This electric lighter is rechargeable, I have had it over a year now and it still works well. Excellent purchase.
After going through too many of the cheap gas lighters I wanted to do something a little less wasteful. Found this product and decided to try it out. It’s a tazer for candles. Put the wick between the electrodes and zap it to life. One nice feature is a safety. Lock. You have to slide it forward to be able to use it. It’s nice to not have to worry about accidentally triggering it. When it runs out of charge, I plug it into a USB-b charger and recharge it. It has lit candles almost everyday for the last 4 months, and it’s still going strong.