Antique Lighter Needs No Flint And Makes No Sparks

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+10 1. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

Cool... I mean hot ;)
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+17 2. nowhereman commented 6 years ago

he breaks the wire at 1:52.
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+7 3. IDK399 commented 6 years ago

Nice one. I didn't know that.
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+1 4. challenger451 commented 6 years ago

So, where does he get a new platinum wire for the lighter. Looks like he just messed up a nice antique lighter? I don't imagine platinum wire is cheap.
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+2 5. Meggey commented 6 years ago

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+1 6. torbengb commented 4 years ago

#4 #5 looks like platinum wire costs 400-1000 EUR per meter :S depending on what exact kind you'd need. You'd only need a few centimeters but I doubt you can order that little.

Stupid presenter.
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0 7. buckleg08 commented 2 years ago

its nice to know these things...might not be usable today but good to know that there are other creative ways it was done then...>:)