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He preserved the chimney design which protected the flame.

The result was an attractive lighter that was easily operated with one hand. He liked the sound of the word “zipper” so he formed variations on the word until he settled on “Zippo,” which he felt had a “modern” sound.

The hand warmer uses Zippo premium lighter fluid and provides a steady source of heat longer than any other product on the market.

Zippo’s continued expansion in overseas markets, particularly India and China, as well as strong domestic sales led to record sales increases in 20.

The lighter required the use of two hands to operate and its thin metal surface was easily dented. Blaisdell decided to reconstruct the Austrian lighter.

He fabricated a small rectangular case and attached a lid with a hinge.

To enhance the collecting experience, Zippo collector clubs around the world hold meet ups and other events throughout the year.

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The Zippo timeline begins in the early 1930s, at the Bradford Country Club in Bradford, Pennsylvania. Blaisdell watched a friend struggle awkwardly to use a cumbersome, Austrian-made lighter. Blaisdell noted that the lighter worked well, even in the wind, due to the unique chimney, but the appearance and design was utilitarian and inefficient.

The new lighter sold for

The Zippo timeline begins in the early 1930s, at the Bradford Country Club in Bradford, Pennsylvania. Blaisdell watched a friend struggle awkwardly to use a cumbersome, Austrian-made lighter. Blaisdell noted that the lighter worked well, even in the wind, due to the unique chimney, but the appearance and design was utilitarian and inefficient.

The new lighter sold for $1.95 each and was backed by Mr.

Blaisdell’s, now famous, unconditional lifetime guarantee ­–"It works or we fix it free.™” The application for the original Zippo patent was filed on May 17, 1934, and patent number 2032695 was granted on March 3, 1936.

That first Zippo lighter, produced in 1933, is on display at the in Bradford.

In the mid-30’s, Kendall Refining Company in Bradford, placed an order for 500 Zippo lighters. This initiative led to the production of the steel-case .

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The Zippo timeline begins in the early 1930s, at the Bradford Country Club in Bradford, Pennsylvania. Blaisdell watched a friend struggle awkwardly to use a cumbersome, Austrian-made lighter. Blaisdell noted that the lighter worked well, even in the wind, due to the unique chimney, but the appearance and design was utilitarian and inefficient.The new lighter sold for $1.95 each and was backed by Mr.Blaisdell’s, now famous, unconditional lifetime guarantee ­–"It works or we fix it free.™” The application for the original Zippo patent was filed on May 17, 1934, and patent number 2032695 was granted on March 3, 1936.That first Zippo lighter, produced in 1933, is on display at the in Bradford.In the mid-30’s, Kendall Refining Company in Bradford, placed an order for 500 Zippo lighters. This initiative led to the production of the steel-case .

.95 each and was backed by Mr.

Blaisdell’s, now famous, unconditional lifetime guarantee ­–"It works or we fix it free.™” The application for the original Zippo patent was filed on May 17, 1934, and patent number 2032695 was granted on March 3, 1936.

That first Zippo lighter, produced in 1933, is on display at the in Bradford.

In the mid-30’s, Kendall Refining Company in Bradford, placed an order for 500 Zippo lighters. This initiative led to the production of the steel-case .

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