Ronson Petrol Lighter Made of Brass
In the Beginning Was the Fire. In the End, the Stuff Gets It Going.
It took a while for human ingenuity to make what flint and fire drills were to early hominids available to Homo sapiens in the form of a lighter. At the beginning of the 19th century, inventors created the first modern lighters; at the beginning of the 20th century, engineers developed the pocket lighter. Nevertheless, all lighters have in common to constructively combine all the stuff necessary to make fire: fuel (a flammable liquid plus a cotton wick or compressed gas), a spark generator (ferrocerium or piezoelectric crystal) and the spark-triggering mechanism (friction wheel or striking iron) number among the prerequisites.
Pioneering Spirit Meets Quality Awareness.
One of the pioneers in this field, the American manufacturer Ronson applied for a patent on a pocket lighter as early as 1913. Soon after, the name Ronson stood for technically innovative and well-designed lighters. A worldwide expansion followed, and Ronson founded a subsidiary, among others, in Great Britain in 1930. (We had a UK model, the Varaflame, in our assortment years ago.) The current owner of the brand right recently restarted producing some of Ronson’s lighters in Asia.
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