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High polish chrome lighters are characterized with a lustrous finish. The silvery, luminous qualities of a high polish chrome lighter makes it one of the most versatile finishes of all. The High Polish Chrome finish is one of Zippo's most popular finishes and has been in the product line since 1938.
Brushed chrome lighters have a unique horizontal brushing technique, which creates a subtle horizontal texture on the front and reverse sides of the model. The sides of the lighter are buffed to a high polish finish for added contrast. The Brushed Chrome finish was created in 1933 and has remained Zippo's most popular lighter.
All Zippo pocket lighters, are backed by the famous Zippo Guarantee - 'It works or we fix it free™.'
Introduced in 2001, the Street Chrome has a random 'distressed' look, giving the lighter a pocket-worn look even when new. The entire surface of the lighter, including the sides and bottom, has been tumbled in a special media to replicate the random scuffs and scratches of a beloved, well-used lighter.
Introduced in 2000, the Satin Chrome lighter was offered as a silky smooth alternative to the standard brushed finish and high polish chrome lighters. This lighter has a smooth finish on all sides and shimmers with the silky texture of luxurious satin.
Herringbone Sweep lighters feature a brushed, angled pattern on the front and back of each model. The sides of each model have a tumbled finish for added contrast. The Herringbone Sweep lighter was introduced in 2009 as an alternative twist on the standard Brushed Chrome.
Chrome Arch lighters feature a sweeping, curved pattern on the front and back of each model. The sides of each model have a tumbled finish for added contrast. The Chrome Arch lighter has been in the product line since 2009, bringing a new dimension to Zippo's standard brushed chrome lighter.
Linen Weave lighters feature a vertical/horizontal cross-hatched pattern on the front and back of the lighter. The sides of each model have a tumbled finish for added contrast. The Linen Weave lighter was added to the line of lighters featuring the directional brushing technique in 2013, joining the Herringbone Sweep and Chrome Arch.
Diagonal Weave lighters feature a diagonal cross-hatched pattern to the front and back of the lighter. The sides of each model have a tumbled finish for added contrast. The Diagonal Weave lighter was added to the line of lighters featuring the directional brushing technique in 2013, joining the Herringbone Sweep and Chrome Arch lighters.
Introduced in 1974, the timeless front and reverse floral pattern of the Venetian continues to be the most globally appealing lighter design Zippo has ever released.
The Venetian lighter has a high polished customization panel that can be engraved with initials, a short message, or a significant date for a personalized gift.