Im an adventure motorcyclist and there\'s not many lighters which are windproof and hold a decent amount of gas so I say Turboflame is ideal. The locking feature is definitely a bonus for soldering broken sensor wires, heating seized nuts and bolts and warming keys in extreme weather conditions. Oh! if you fall off your bike, you can save the broken part, like the brake pedal, by applying a little heat and bending it back instead of snapping it off.
mike wright, from - the biker, reviewed Turboflame, on Jan '08
As an RAF Survival Instructor, I trust things to work first time and keep working, with the Turbo flame this is always the case. Ive had my military Turboflame for over 4 years and its never let me down. When iam doing fire demos for students in howling winds it works every time and will pretty well light anything, always a good thing when your trying to impress students. I dread the day I go to instruct a survival course and forget my Turboflame, if I ever have to go back to rubbing sticks together Iam in trouble, with Turboflame you are literally spoilt rotten.
Sgt P, from Leicestershire, reviewed Turboflame, on Nov '11
I bought my turbo flame lighter only yesterday in an army surplus shop, but i have managed to complete all off the soldering jobs which needed doing. Awesome product
joe amos, from oxford, reviewed Turbo flame GX7, on Oct '06