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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has Zippo Refillable 12-Hour Hand Warmer (Chrome Silver) on sale for $8.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25 or more.
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Hmmm...so you actually light this on fire and put it in your pocket???

Seems a little unsafe to me.

Anybody else have & use this?
You could always order the Chernobyl version.
Comes with a tiny glowing sphere.All you need to do is unwrap it and you'll be warm for days.
*Guaranteed not to be a fire hazard.
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May be a dumb question, but you don't just use typical lighter fluid on these?
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FYI the Pink one on Amazon is even less at $ 8.17
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It's 106F here today, this will be perfect!!!!
Slick people buy things off season.
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I know I'll probably never use this, but I like the idea and it's a slick deal, so I bought two.
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You don't turn this off, you put enough fuel in it to last as long as you anticipate when it runs out it's off.
No need to guestimate. I always fill mine up and can turn if off whenever. As some others have mentioned, you can pop the catalyst cap off and the heat is gone. Instead of using your fingers to grab the catalyst and possibly getting burned in the process, I just hold the Zippo upside down and rap it against something solid to dislodge the cap. It will rattle around but after a few minutes, the cap is cool enough to handle and ready to go back onto its perch. I buy Coleman camp fuel in the one gallon container as a much cheaper alternative to using the Zippo branded fuel.
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FYI the Pink one on Amazon is even less at $ 8.17
That's the smaller 6 hour version, not 12 hour
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Thanks. I've had my eye on these for a long time. Although the temps are beautiful right now, I had to remind myself that we are about six weeks away from the first possible snow in North Dakota.
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Cool. In for one. My boss goes hunting for days so he might appreciate this as a Christmas gift!
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The orange is below 10$ rn as well fyi, nice color imo.
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Hmmm...so you actually light this on fire and put it in your pocket???

Seems a little unsafe to me.

Anybody else have & use this?
Lol. That would be very unsafe. Not how you use this
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Can I use whale oil to fill this?
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No need to guestimate. I always fill mine up and can turn if off whenever. As some others have mentioned, you can pop the catalyst cap off and the heat is gone. Instead of using your fingers to grab the catalyst and possibly getting burned in the process, I just hold the Zippo upside down and rap it against something solid to dislodge the cap. It will rattle around but after a few minutes, the cap is cool enough to handle and ready to go back onto its perch. I buy Coleman camp fuel in the one gallon container as a much cheaper alternative to using the Zippo branded fuel.
"I buy Coleman camp fuel in the one gallon container as a much cheaper alternative to using the Zippo branded fuel."

White gas works with these?
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These oil filled ones always end up smelling like gas. Useful if you don't have access to electricity, otherwise I'd go with battery powered.
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