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A powerful lighter with four nozzles (nozzles), piezoelectric ignition and a capacious cylinder (about 40 g of gas). In addition to quite traditional purposes such as lighting cigars and cigarettes, it can be used as a soldering iron – the output power is 1.11KW / 3809BTU, and the flame temperature is up to 1300 degrees Celsius. Such a temperature even allows some metals to be soldered. Lighterhas a stylish exterior design and an ergonomic case for comfortable holding in the hand. It will be useful both in the household and in a tourist trip or a trip outside the city. In the literal sense, you can boil a small amount of water with it – with a full cylinder, it can work continuously for about half an hour (depending on the level of the flame), and at the maximum mode, the length of the outgoing flame is 5-8 centimeters. The lighter is packaged in a beautiful gift box. Click the Buy in One Click button to buy the Jobon ZB659 Turbo Lighter.


    • Brand: Jobon
    • Model: ZB659
    • Number of nozzles: 4
    • Ignition mechanism: piezoelectric
    • Cylinder volume: 40 g
    • Flame temperature: up to 1300 degrees Celsius
    • Output power: 1.11KW / 3809BTU
    • Flame length at max. mode: up to 8 cm
    • Burning time on a full cylinder: up to 30 minutes
    • Dimensions: 11.3 cm high, 2.8 cm thick
    • Gift wrapping: yes
    • Weight: 90 g


Using tobacco products has been linked to a variety of illnesses, including:

  • lung cancer
  • throat cancer
  • pancreatic cancer
  • stomach cancer
  • kidney and bladder cancers
  • acute chest illnesses and diseases
  • chronic chest illnesses and diseases
  • lung illnesses and diseases
  • stomach ulcers.

Women who use tobacco products during pregnancy expose their children to the risk of serious respiratory illnesses. Non-users, particularly children, can also suffer serious illness if they are exposed to second-hand smoke. Children exposed to second-hand smoke also have an increased risk of these illnesses, including:

  • reduced lung function, especially for infants
  • an increase in lower respiratory tract infections during infancy
  • impaired lung growth
  • the risk of developing more serious respiratory diseases in later life.