only reason why I stopped carrying Bic lighters is that somehow they always manage to go mia
No-one touch my bic And btw the smoker-proof system is handy
I'm gearing up to go flamingo hunting.
Interesting idea. The only things that separate us from animals: tools and fire.
I use a Bic to melt my paracord ends. I use the can opener to remove the child safety thingy. Hate those things. They dig into my flesh when trying to light it. Anyone outside USA probably hasn't had to deal with that. Otherwise, they're probably bad for the environment being disposable and plastic, but no other brand of disposable comes close. No flame adjustment needed. I like both sizes.
Full size Bics are really hard to find here in the UK.
Does this Bic count?WP_20160920_018 by magpie2112, on Flickr
Quote from: shibafu on September 03, 2016, 01:08:10 PMFull size Bics are really hard to find here in the UK. That's odd
Quote from: firiki on September 20, 2016, 12:32:44 PMQuote from: shibafu on September 03, 2016, 01:08:10 PMFull size Bics are really hard to find here in the UK. That's odd It is... everywhere else has them, why not here? Sometimes you find the mini-bics but almost never the full size ones. The Swedish homeware store Clas Ohlson is the only store I've seen them in, and not always there. Even on UK ebay there is only 1 seller with them, presumably imported from elsewhere.
How about other BIC products?