Alec Bradley Limited Edition Steampunk Octobot Mega Burner Table Top Lighter
It’s part of a multi-design series, along with the Pinup Bomb Girl, the Classic Ink Tatsu, and the standard chrome versions. Art was created by German-born digital artist Ralf Schuetz, whose designs have graced album covers, fashion pieces, and more. For those looking to make more of a statement or who simply want something interesting to liven up their smoke spot, these Limited Edition Mega Burner lighters are just perfect.
But the form has to bow to function on this product because these lighters were designed with a special obsession in mind: never running out of fuel. Ever. That’s the name. “Mega Burner” is all about. It’s a way to describe that huge canister holding a full 8 hours of butane in it. The vast majority of this 7 inches tall, 3-inch diameter lighter is just fuel storage. Clearly, someone had had just about enough of slim profile lighters and their tendency to let you down just when you needed them most.
Here’s to never lacking a flame again!
At the top of the Alec Bradley Limited Edition Steampunk Octobot Mega Burner Table Top Lighter, you’ll find a fuel knob for adjusting fuel flow. Twist it open and then grab the trigger side. There you’ll see the ignition button. Press it with your thumb and your flame should roar to life. It could take a few clicks, but if you’re having trouble, just adjust for more fuel. Then you should be good to go.
The flame is quite wide, so you won’t have a problem toasting up cigars of any ring gauge. One thing to keep in mind is that the Steampunk Octobot is a tabletop lighter, though. It can’t stand up to wind outside if the day is breezy. It’s not a jet flame lighter. Instead, it’s a showpiece to keep on the table in your smoke spot forever, right next to the ashtray.
It should be one of the most reliable tools you own. Alec Bradley isn’t messing around with these Limited Edition Mega Burner lighters!