THe Xikar Pipeline - connecting you with your pipe.
Xikar has been designing top-notch cigar accessories built to last since 1997. With innovation, style and reliability crafted into every product, Xikar has become a household name synonymous with quality. Now, Xikar has extended their talents into the world of pipe lighters. Lighters designed to provide an effective and reliable light every time.
When selecting a pipe, quality is key, and the same can be said when choosing a lighter. That's where the Xikar Pipeline pipe lighter comes into play. At first glance, you'll notice the Pipeline's charming good looks and high-quality feel. But the Pipeline isn't just a one trick pony - it's highly functional too. An angled soft-flame easily lights any pipe, and is controlled by a knob to the left, making the Pipeline one of the first lighters to conveniently place flame adjustment at eye level. The Pipeline also features a flip-top cover, to protect the flint ignition system, as well as a stainless steel tamper that pulls out from the bottom.
“I love this style of lighter. It's based on a Dunhill model that came out around the time of the First World War. I'm saving up my pennies for a new one, (some motherless blighter stole my old one years ago, may he burn his nose off with it). Thanks for bringing it back.”
ML of Macon, GA
“I really like a piezo-electric lighter, but haven't had the best of luck with them. This flint-sparked lighter ignites every time. It's a little smaller than I imagined, but fits nicely in a pocket. Ultimately, a disposable Bic might be the most reliable and economical way to light your pipe, but it isn't nearly as elegant as this instrument. It does need a screwdriver to adjust the flame, and time will tell whether it can use the flints readily available in a drug store, but so far I recommend it heartily.”
MS of Westover, WV
“Took me some time to get used to flicking the flint mechanism and sparking it, and holding it just right to light a pipe. I've had bad luck with non-flint mechanisms because they fail eventually; hence this product. Back to the old fashioned way of doing things.”