Zippo Heatbank 6-Hour Rechargeable Hand Warmer & Power Bank – Silver

£40.00

These ergonomically designed rechargeable furnaces give you up to 6 hours of continuous heat with the push of a button. Plus, the internal power bank feature charges USB compatible devices, so you can stay connected while enjoying the outdoors.

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STAY WARM WITH A HANDFUL OF POWER.

These ergonomically designed rechargeable furnaces give you up to 6 hours of continuous heat with the push of a button. Plus, the internal power bank feature charges USB compatible devices, so you can stay connected while enjoying the outdoors.

Features:

  • Round, sleek design
  • Up to 6 hour run time
  • 5,200 MaH Lithium-ion battery (included)
  • Up to 50°C (120°F) operating temperature
  • Battery and heat indicator lights
  • Auto charging feature
  • Dual sided heat
  • Continuous gentle warmth
  • Five heat settings
  • 5V1.5A micro USB port > power in
  • 5V1.5A USB port > charge out
  • Charging cable included
  • Silver

Brand

Zippo

The history of Zippo Manufacturing Company is the story of its people. From its founder George G. Blaisdell, to the many Zippo employees, customers, and collectors who have all played a vital role in the company’s rich history. Their loyalty and dedication has made Zippo one of America’s greatest and most recognizable icons. Perhaps one of the biggest influences on collecting is Zippo’s ties to popular culture, Hollywood, Broadway, and the music industry. The Zippo lighter has been featured in more than 2,000 movies, stage plays and television shows over the years. Zippo lighters have “starred” in such diverse productions as “I Love Lucy” “The X-Men” and “Hairspray – the Musical.” Often the lighter is a key prop, used as a device to move the plot forward or to reflect the personality of a character or time period being depicted. The famous Zippo “click” sound has been sampled on songs, and the lighters themselves have been featured on album covers, tattooed on rockers’ skin, and wielded in Rolling Stone photo shoots.
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