Matte White Vibe
Say goodbye to your old Zippo, Bic or other previous lighters and hello to the new generation of Vibe Electric Lighters!
Our lighters are fully electric and you can charge them via any micro USB cable (we will also include one with yours!). They feature a battery display indicator, so you know when the power is running low. With each full charge you can lit around 100 times!
Vibe Lighters are safe to use, they will not light unless the cap is open, and they feature overheat protection.
They will still work even in the most extreme conditions as the high-heat plasma arc does not blow out. There is no butane, so you don’t have to worry about harming the environment.
Vibe Lighters is your perfect choice if you need a stylish gadget for you or for your significant other.
So how does it work?
Electric lighters which can also be called plasma or arc lighters are small gadgets created to replace conventional rechargeable lighters and work by replacing the flame with an electric arc.
An electric arc or arc discharge is an electrical breakdown of a gas that produces an ongoing electrical discharge.
Current going through a normally nonconductive medium, such as air in our case, produces a plasma. The electrical resistance along the continuous electric arc creates heat.
Electrical breakdown happens when current starts flowing through an electrical insulator(air in our case) as the voltage applied to it exceeds the breakdown voltage, making the insulator electrically conductive.
Plasma is a state of matter in which an ionized gaseous substance becomes highly electrically conductive to the point that long range electric and magnetic fields dominate the behavior of the matter.
Is it safe?
At this point you might be a bit scared as everything seems a bit complicated, but you don’t have to be! Electric arcs and plasma have been known and used safely for more than 200 years for education and entertainment or for more nerdy purposes like in vacuum system leak detectors.
More common purposes are plasma displays, fluorescent lamps, neon signs or even welding.