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Zippo A-Frame Réchauffe-mains chromé Argenté
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Zippo Hand Warmer. Measures 2 5/8" x 4". Chrome construction. The platinum-catalyzed glass fiber burner offers quick and sure lighting. Produces a radiant heat without flame. Shipped empty. Fill with Zippo butane fuel. Comes with warming bag. Provides warmth for up to 12 hours with one filling. Environmentally friendly. Virtually pollution free. Low odor makes it ideal for hunters.
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My body struggles to stay warm often, so this warmer is quite a blessing. It just so happened that I was out of town this weekend, first real cold front of the year, my friends decided to take me to a restaurant with outdoor seating, and I hadn't quite packed warm enough clothing. Zippo hand warmer to the rescue! I only put 6 hrs' worth of Zippo fluid into it and it ended up going for 12 hours. Even though I only had one, it kept me comfortably warm.
A few observations:
1) Take your time in filling it up, as it's easy to fill it too fast and have it spill. Wipe off the extra and wait a minute for the excess to evaporate.
2) The instructions say you're supposed to use 2x the fuel the first time you use the unit. See #1 -- I tried putting fuel in too fast and ended up spilling a bit, which ignited on me when I went to warm the burner. Not a big deal -- just blow it out. Still, it was a bit exciting for a few seconds.
3) The warmer put off a noticeable burning charcoal lighter-fluid smell on the first burn. Subsequent burns haven't produced this.
4) It's best to let the unit get up to temperature by leaving it UPRIGHT outside of the pouch for a good 5-10 minutes until it gets almost too hot to touch, then put it in the pouch. It'll stay nice & warm from that point forward. I've occasionally had it lit, then set it down flat only to find that it had extinguished itself. I finally figured out that laying it sideways was sending liquid into the catalyst, quenching it. The catalyst works on vapor, not liquid.
5) After refueling, wait at least a minute after attaching the burner before trying to light it. The catalyst works by oxidizing the vapors from the fuel. Giving the vapors time to permeate the burner will make lighting much easier and faster.
6) In the initial stages (after filling, after lighting), I find it helps to prop the burner upright to help get the fuel vapors rising into the catalyst.
7) If the burner and/or cover aren't fitting tightly, you can squeeze the edges closer together with your hands/fingers. I've not had a problem with the burner popping off like other reviewers had, but I did tighten mine up to be on the safe side.
I'm planning on buying a second unit, so I can have one in each pocket.
*** Update 11/19/2013 ***
Okay, so I've since bought a second one and have had the chance to use these about 10 times now. They definitely get easier to light after the first 1-2 times. I'm still getting ~12 hrs out of "6 hours" worth of fuel according to the little Zippo fuel filler cup. I've also tossed these in the bed a few times as well on the cooler nights when I didn't feel like turning the central heat on. I also notice that there's virtually no smell from them when they're going unless you have them right up near your face.
I'm really surprised at just how well these work at keeping me warm, and I do get chilled very easily. In times when I'd normally need a jacket, these keep me plenty comfortable without. I also have to say that they get plenty warm. I'm not sure how/why people aren't getting plenty of heat out of them -- I get plenty, enough that the warmer can't be held comfortably in my hand without being inside the felt pouch.
Here's my advice to get the most out of your warmer:
* Give the heater some time to get going before you drop it in the pouch - when the heater is almost too hot to touch, drop it in the bag.
* If you want REAL WARMTH, ditch the fleece pouch and put it directly in a pocket. The pouch extends the burn time, but significantly reduces the heat output.
* you can also regulate the heat output by leaving the drawstring open and exposing the catalytic burner to more O2. Conversely, closing the drawstring will reduce the heat.
*DO NOT place the metal warmer directly against your bare skin for more than a few seconds as it WILL cause a burn. (this is especially important if your fingers have gone numb from cold)
If you don't mind the filling process and keeping fuel around, you'll appreciate the extra warmth for your fingers.
I believe I made two mistakes messing with the hand warmers. I wish manufacturers would provide more information about their products. For instance, when they say to do things, why not more information why it is important, like why not fill these to the brim with fluid rather than specific amounts? Why not use a more powerful lighting source than say a lighter - will it destroy the burner?
I did destroy half my burners, and I replaced them. My mistake was using a jeweler's small butane torch. Using it to get the burner orange, thinking more heat is better. Not. They no longer work, because I guess the composition of the burner can't tolerate such heat. A manufacturer statement to that effect would have prevented my thinking it was ok. I now use disposable lighters, or a stick lighter in lighting the units.
I also have decided that ignoring the small plastic refill cup and just filling the hand warmers to the brim isn't good. The wadding should have oxygen space in the wadding. I also used the refill cup wrong meaning a mess. I now use a better way. My messy way was to hold the cup spout above the wadding letting the fluid flow in (and then overflowing because the wadding couldn't saturate the amount rate flowing in). The better way is to use the cup spout to push down the wadding-holding it to the wadding, then tilt the cup and allow the fluid to slowly saturate the wadding-no more overflows. At first it didn't seem to work, but allow time and you will see the fluid slowly drain from the cup. Again, a manufacturer statement about this would have been nice. Patience will mean no more overflows.
Ok, so now I'm ready to light the burners. I allow a few minutes after adding fluid for fume generation. Then I hold a lighter to heat up the burner - I'd say about 30 seconds moving the flame around the burner. Sometimes I can see a slight orange glow in the burner if I am in a dark area, sometimes not. I then set it upright in a glass or small bowl (cover lid off) and wait 5 minutes or so to see if it has taken hold. If I suspect it hasn't `fired up', I use the lighter again. Patience and experiment, and they should work.
Regarding fuels. Lighter Fluid is naptha (research it if you like). Zippo sells Premium (about $10 for 12 oz). They bought out Ronson Co, and sell Ronsonol (about $5 for 12 oz). Paint stores and departments sell quart cans of VM&P (Varnish Makers and Painters) naptha for about $8. Coleman Co. Camp Fuel is naptha and costs about $10 gallon. I didn't want to buy a gallon due to storage of it, but I have used the others and I can't tell a difference in my hand warmers. Supposedly, the Premium might be more refined, or might have less of a naptha smell, but I can't detect a difference, so I use VM&P.
Whatever you do, keep in mind that the burners will need replacement after around 70 uses.
Stay warm out there!
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