Everyone is familiar with Swiss Army Knives. Some have dozens of features ranging from nail files to toothpicks, but rarely are these tools needed in a smoke sesh. The LighterBro is the answer to a smoker's wish for a specialized Swiss Army Knife.
As if being an improvement upon the Swiss Army Knife wasn't enough, the LighterBro also blows cheap plastic Toker Pokers out of the water.
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The LighterBro is a stainless steel sheath for your lighter that comes with a knife for cutting open blunt wraps, scissors for making a joint crutch, a mini-screwdriver for ashing out bowls/servicing your vaporizer device, and even a bottle opener for opening a cold one with the "bros". To make things even easier, it can easily be attached to a key chain for accessibility.
The best part is - the LighterBro works with Bic lighters as well as Clipper lighters.
Each tool in this has a stand out feature. The knife is extremely sharp and can cut anything from nylon, wood, spectra rope, to cardboard. This makes the LighterBro great for hunting trips, fishing excursions, and more. The micro-screwdriver not only is great for cleaning out your bowl but also can be used to tighten your sunglasses or watch.
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The scissors, made of Japanese hardened 420 stainless steel, provide a clean cut to a variety of materials like the knife. The bottle opener is also a great addition to this practical tool set. The case itself fits either a Bic lighter or a Clipper lighter, and is made of a stainless steel with it's logo laser engraved on top. The case comes in a variety of colors including black and gold. Prefer to use Bic mini-lighters? Don't worry...LighterBro makes minis as well.
PRICE & WHERE TO BUY:
Depending on size and finish, LighterBros range from $8.99 to $14.99 on Amazon as well as LighterBro's online store.
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