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ShurLite 4501 Triple Flint Spark Lighter (each)

ShurLite 4501 Triple Flint Spark Lighter (each)

Regular price $8.80 AUD
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SKU:4501

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The SHURLITE #4501 is the spark lighter that's built to withstand the harshest of conditions. It's the toughest spark lighter made and it's designed for the toughest jobs. The #4501 will easily light any flammable gas. It is manufactured of heavy, high tensile strength steels, plated and galvanized. This lighter is the favorite of the heavy construction and petroleum industries. Like all SHURLITE lighters, the #4501 is guaranteed to spark vigorously and reliably.

Shurlite 4501 Includes

  • (1) Lighter

Shurlite 4501 Features

  • The #4501's triangular flint holder may be easily rotated for a fresh flint, and when all three flints are finally gone, the flint assembly is easily replaced with a SHURLITE three flint renewal.
  • The #4501 features a round file made with our secret SHURLITE process, and a large hood for trapping flammable gases for easy ignition.
  • Unlike competitive products, the hood or cup will not fall off when dropped, and the round file may be easily rotated for a fresh striking surface.
  • Every single #4501 lighter is made in America by proud American workers, and every lighter is tested by a human being prior to shipment for guaranteed quality.
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Warranties and Assurances

At A&S Welding, we're committed to upholding the rights of our customers with dependable protections. All products come with applicable manufacturer warranties or are covered under Australian Consumer Law, ensuring your purchases are always safeguarded.

30-Day Returns: Not quite right? You can return any unopened, unused product within 30 days. Please note that return shipping costs are the responsibility of the customer, but we're here to help with quotes and guidance to make the process as smooth as possible.

Defective Products: If your purchase is defective or faulty, rest assured—we handle returns at no cost to you, managing each case with personalized attention to ensure your satisfaction.

Shop with confidence knowing we're here to support your welding needs every step of the way.

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