InstaFire Pocket Plasma Lighter with Flashlight

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You Don’t Have to Be a Mountain Man to Start a Fire

Get the lighter that starts anywhere, in any condition!

It’s time to upgrade to the InstaFire Pocket Plasma Lighter. It’s so sturdy and reliable, it might just be the last pocket lighter you’ll ever need.


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Lights on Every Strike

Its single-arc plasma torch lights on every strike, in wind, rain, or snow—over 300 times on a single charge.

Bendable and Extendable

For those hard-to-reach spaces, use this lighter's extendable and bendable neck. Perfect for getting close to kindling and more.

Takes a Licking & Keeps on Ticking

The InstaFire Pocket Plasma Lighter is water-, wind-, and drop-resistant. It stands up to gale-force windsrain, accidental drops, and can even be submerged in water.

It’s a Flashlight, Too!

The lighter comes equipped with a multi-mode flashlight. There are three distinct brightness modes and each can stay illuminated for two hours on just one charge.

Fast & Safe

It takes an hour and a half at most for the Pocket Plasma Lighter to charge. It also has an automatic safety feature that times out the flame after ten seconds.

Features & Specifications

  • Lights 300 times on one charge
  • Includes USB-C cable for charging
  • Includes lanyard for portability
  • Features a safety latch
  • Battery: 220 mAh
  • Voltage: 3.7V
  • Charge voltage: DC 5.0 +/- 0.25V
  • Weight: approximately 1 ounce
  • Dimensions: 2.81" H X 1.81" W X 0.7" D


Battery care: As with all battery-run devices, proper upkeep is critical for the prolonged function of this lighter. If the unit is left to sit for long periods, the battery can drain and even become inoperable. Make sure to charge the battery every few months to extend its life and performance. 

California Prop 65 Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including carbon monoxide and soot, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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