Size: height approx. 7cm / 2.76in, diameter approx. 2cm / 0.79in
Correct Refilling Operations:
1. Hold against the refilling core with a small tool to completely let the residual gas out before refilling, thus eliminating the pressure in the lighter gas tank.
2. Vertically press down the outlet of the gas tank for about 5 seconds per time. 2-3 times are enough.
3. Please wait for about 5 minutes after refilling is finished. You can adjust the valve when it can not be lighted even after 5 minutes. (Pay attention to the detailed refilling description.)
1. Stay away from the fire to ensure safety when refilling. Don’t refill while smoking;
2. Some qualified butane gas must be used because poor quality gas may damage the lighter or reduce the service life;
3. Please turn the lighter upside down when refilling the ordinary models. Then aim at the gas tank outlet and cover the lighter inlet. Forcefully press several times and keep for about 2 seconds each time. There may be residual gas in the gas tank when the gas tank can not be refilled. You can let the gas escape 1-2 times with a small screwdriver aiming at the inlet at this time and refill again;
4. You can release the inlet nut with a slotted screwdriver or other tools and follow the above steps when a Ronson lighter is being refilled. Tighten the nut after refilling. But it can not be too tight, otherwise the cover will not be tightened, the cover sound is not crisp and the gas may escape.
5. Open the lighter cover when refueling the gasoline lighter, pull out and reverse the lighter core and lift the outer sponge to add a right amount of gasoline. Cover the outer sponge and place it in the lighter when the gasoline permeates into the inner sponge;
6. You have to wait for at least 1 minute, allowing the new refilled gas temperature to reach the room temperature after all kinds of lighters are refilled. It can only be lighted after the residual gas around it totally volatilizes. If lighting is carried out at this time, it may cause unnecessary danger due to the burning residual gas on the lighter. Too high or too low flame height is a normal phenomenon after it is refilled. The flame height can be moderately adjusted.