4 Stars By benjamin bannister on 1969-12-31
Zippo Lighter Fluid For Zippo Lighters
What is there to say? This is a 4oz bottle of Zippo lighter fluid made for Zippo lighters (or any lighter that uses lighter fluid).
— THE SECRET TO OPENING —
You will not be able to open this with regular fingernails. A Zippo lighter is the key to opening this bottle. Place a lighter cover over the white notch on the bottle and lift up [see photos]. Tada! This makes it a great safety feature and prevents accidental openings of this flammable substance.
— FLAMMABLE —
This is lighter fluid, so as soon as you are done refilling your lighter, make sure to wash your hands, just in case.
— REFILLING —
This lighter fluid dries up pretty fast. If I fill my lighter to the brim, and I don't use it for a month, the fluid will be all dried up and I have to refill again. This seems like a waste. I recommend only refilling when you will actually be using your lighter.
5 Stars By Moose on 1969-12-31
Simply the best
Look, I know it’s just lighter fluid, but there is a difference. Last time I tried to cheap out a little and bought the Ronsonol brand. I noticed two things: one it does not seem to light as quickly and consistently, and two, it seemed to evaporate faster. Now I have absolutely zero scientific proof of either of these claims, but hey, it’s only $7 for a big ol’ can so that’s my story and I’m sticking to it. lol
5 Stars By somebody on 2017-01-20
Zippo can of fluid
Zippo fluid is excellent for Zippo and Imco lighters..... I give 5 stars because I love the metal can:) and This is good lighter fluid ..... But research is also good and Zippo owns Ronsonol which apparently is not as well packaged but the same fluid for half the price:)..... the Ronsonol can is plastic and can be burned in a camp fire or house stove to dispose of it. Yet the Zippo fluid can is less likely to get punctured or if it gets warm it will not expand like a plastic can or worse melt through (I've done both, yeah take a two day vacation and leave the heat on and you'll come home to find the Ronsonol can expanded like a balloon).... Considering how many times you can fill a lighter with a 12 oz can, I prefer the Zippo can, it's only a couple bucks difference.... And Zippo knows their can is more cool so yep it's a couple bucks more.
4 Stars By McTerry on 2018-04-28
Give your Zippo some love!
Apparently, gas stations no longer carry lighter fluid. Ran around town for like an hour trying to find it to no avail, finally gave up since it was the middle of the night and the big stores were closed. Wait, maybe that was my problem. I was driving around at 3am looking for lighter fluid and everyone thought I was a tweaker on the search for butane. Hmm. This isn't butane. Hope you know that. This also isn't charcoal starter fluid. It is lighter fluid, useful for things like lighters that require a liquid fuel. Not kerosene lamps for camping either. Do they still make those? Man, I feel old.
Anyway, buy it if you need it, you won't be disappointed. Unless you are using it for something it wasn't designed for.
5 Stars By Corey on 2010-12-23
Delivers what it promises
It's a can of lighter fluid. It's flammable. There's 4oz of it. Do you want 4oz of flammable lighter fluid? Then this is the product for you.
4 Stars By Força Porto! on 2014-09-20
Perfectly good lighter fluid
It is lighter fluid, and appropriately flammable and petroleum-product smelling. Better, it is Zippo lighter fluid, and it ensures that your Zippo lighter produces a flame. [I'm not sure what can be said about lighter fluid-- I don't have the chemistry background to write about its purity, nor am I willing to buy some other, lesser brand to do a comparison. It works very well in my Zippo, with a nice lock-down plastic tip to ensure that when you refill your lighter most of the fluid goes into the cotton batting and not over your hands. The tip is "childproof", which means you may need to ask the neighbor's five year old how to open it.]
By Nick Rinz
on 2018-05-10 Refills Zippo Lots! Lasts long even with heavy usage
zippo Lighter Fluid, 12 oz.
I bought this for my Zippo lighter, link below, for camping trips and other odds and ends and have been impressed with how many times this can refill that little thing. Works great with the Zippo and lasts a while even after heavy usage. I have bought more since, but would recommend buying the bigger size if you use your zippo often.
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5 Stars By noyoureatowel1 on 2014-01-23
I bought 3 cans of this lighter fluid. What I didn't realize is that lighter fluid on AlumiGogo is more expensive than what I can purchase at a local Walgreens or Walmart.
The only thing you're really buying with this product is the attractive can. I would just recommend everyone go to their local drug store or grocery store. You'll likely find it cheaper under the name Ronsonol but the company is owned by Zippo so it's the exact same formulation.
I've heard of people buying a gallon of VM&P Naptha from their local hardware store but petroleum products aren't stable and can't be stored for long periods of time. This is why stores vehicles must be treated with fuel stabilizers otherwise the gasoline/diesel with degrade.
I can't see people burning more than a few ounces of lighter fuel a month so just pay a few bucks for the Ronsonol. If you want a cheaper option you can go to an outdoor store like Academy and buy a quart of Coleman camp fuel.
It's currently January so I am currently using two Zippo handwarmers along with a Zippo lighter to light them. Even with my fuel consumption a 12oz bottle of Ronsonol lasts a month or two at $5.00 a bottle. It's not like I'm hemorrhaging money spending $5.00 a month or two.
I'll rate this 5 stars because it's lighter fluid and it burns, simple as that. The issue I have is that it isn't any different from local lighter fluid to justify the premium cost.
5 Stars By Chow Lin on 2014-02-04
It's the best fuel in the market because it has very very low odor. I didn't use this in my zippo lighter. I use it with my zippo hand warmer. Coleman fuel is good and cheap but with odor. I usually put my hand warmer in my pocket, so I don't want my clothes stick with those fuel odor. For my zippo lighter, I use Coleman fuel and it works perfect and much much cheaper 1GAL for $12 at walmart.
I do some research and find out people also use "Ronsonol Lighter Fuel" with their hand warmer or lighter. Zippo owns Ronson, so people say those fuel are the same just the bottles are different. I purchase one 12oz at Walgreens for $4.99. I think Walmart sell them even cheaper!! I test it out and find out both are the same. They have same odor same burning time. The yellow plastic bottle shows it's made by Zippo, too!! So I will switch over to Ronsono after I finish my zippo. Costco Business also sell them 5 OZ X 12 for $13.50. That means you can but it almost 4X cheaper than Zippo brand for the same fuel.
P.S. I still give it 5 stars because it's still the best fuel ever! If you love the zippo brand package just go for it. If you don't care about the package you should go for Ronsono because you will get the same quality fuel anyway.
4 Stars By vermontsnowboarder on 2016-10-06
Poor Quality Control. Rusted container. UPDATE: New one was much better.
1st Review: Product arrived rusted and definitely not 12 oz worth of fluid in it. Contacted amazon and am being sent a replacement. Will see if the next one is better.
UPDATE: AlumiGogo sent a replacement right away. Fits the Zippo Lighter perfectly. This container was in good condition, no rust. A minor dent on the bottom. AlumiGogo's customer service, is, as always, on point. I am still docking a star because I never should have been sent a partially full, rusted one to begin with.