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Obviously, a spliff ain’t a spliff until it’s burning. Sure, you can use a humble match or a standard disposable lighter (and who hasn’t been reduced to using a gas burner at some point?), but when you want to light up in style, we have deluxe, novelty, and turbo lighters to suit. For the old-schoolers among you, they can also be held aloft at rock concerts.

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RAW Hemp Wick

RAW Hemp Wick offers a healthier alternative for lighting your smoking accessories, minimizing exposure to butane and chemicals typically associated with lighters. Cultivated in China using traditional techniques that are over a millennium old, RAW ensures their hemp wick meets the highest standards of sustainability, grown without the use of pesticides. 

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The cannabis-lover’s toolkit consists of many different items. Some are absolutely crucial to the smoking process, whereas others are more novel and a bit of fun. Lighters definitely fall into the former category.

Where would cannabis smokers be without the humble lighter? Maybe blazing bowls with flint and steel, or burning blunts with matches that spoil the taste. We have a lot to thank the lighter for. This basic but vital piece of kit makes smoking accessible with the flick of a flint wheel.


Not all cannabis lighters are the same. With many different options available, every smoker has a favourite type. Some of them possess hidden and handy tools; others provide extreme heat capable of making metal glow red-hot. Let’s check out the different kinds of lighters and what makes them unique.


Clipper lighters are the quintessential stoner lighter. They are simple and low-tech, yet boast several features that make them more useful than standard plastic lighters. Founded in 1959, the company Flamagas created these devices. However, they didn’t start producing their famous Clipper lighter until about a decade later.

Classic Clippers feature a cylindrical shape that tapers up slightly towards the top. The hard nylon body contains the lighter fluid and won’t crack like cheaper lighters. They’re also 100% recyclable, making them better for the environment.

They come filled with pure isobutane, which produces less harmful emissions and creates a flame that burns at a higher rate. The bottom of each lighter features a port that allows users to refill it with gas.

The top of the lighter features a flint wheel and a gas release button. The flint wheel sits on top of a tube that users can remove from the interior of the lighter. Users can refill this tube with a flint when they run out. Plus, the tube makes an ideal tool for packing down joints after rolling.

Overall, Clipper lighters are cheap yet extremely handy. Because users can replace both gas and flint, a single lighter can last you years, considering one of your blazed friends doesn’t accidentally pocket it!


Torches are bulky pieces of kit that produce an incredibly hot jet-like flame. These gun-shaped devices are ideal for home use rather than blazing while out and about. Although they aren’t very portable, they sacrifice size for power.

Torches store large quantities of fuel, such as butane, and blast out a powerful flame ideal for burning large blunt tips and bong bowls. Torches are also ideal for dabbing. They’ll turn a dabbing nail red hot, ready to hit in no time at all.

Most models feature a large base and enable users to store them standing up. Torches also often feature a “lock” switch so users can take their hands off the gas button while dabbing and blazing. Torches are refillable with butane and are the best lighters to use if you like to hit big rigs every day.


Electric—or plasma—lighters use no gas and require no refills. These modern versions of the old-school lighter are far more reliable and operate well in windy conditions and harsh weather. Electric cannabis lighters don’t even produce a flame. Instead, they light joints by generating lines of electric energy.

For example, the Novi Plasma Lighter produces an electric “X” in place of a flame. Because they don't use fuel, these lighters produce zero toxic chemicals. These intersecting lines of electricity produce an impressive temperature of 500°C. Ran out of power? Simply recharge your device using a USB cable.

Electric lighters are ideal for blazing joints, spliffs, and blunts. However, the lack of flame means they aren't suitable for dabbing—they are the best lighters for those who like their tech, though.


True cannabis lovers light their weed using weed! Hemp boasts a long list of uses, from fuel to food and fibre. Hemp wick consists of flammable fibres that carry a flame from a lighter to the tip of a joint or the surface of a bong bowl.

This healthier alternative helps to fuel the hemp industry while cutting back on the fumes produced by gas lighters and torches. A big advantage of is that they burn slowly and steadily—making them the best lighters for those who like a slow burn. RAW Hemp Wick derives from hemp plants grown using traditional techniques and without harmful pesticides.


Do you have a favourite? Smokers prefer different lighters for different reasons. Clippers are most suitable for those who love to smoke on the go and travel light.

Torches, on the other hand, are most compatible for smokers that love to chill around the coffee table and blaze large bongs and dabbing rigs. These lighters are also super budget-friendly.

Smokers with a penchant for technology will love electric lighters. Plus, these devices are perfect for people that love to blaze outdoors but live in a region with frequently poor weather.

Finally, those who love all things cannabis will opt for wick. Although these bundles of fibres are ideal for home use, smokers can cut them into smaller sections for use on the go.