Gas Lighter

Stock Number: ES139800

Manufactured by Wpro

(This part fits select models)

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Rated 4.2 out of 5 (8 customers)

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This product is compatible with:

  • Cookers & Hobs

Description

Gas Lighter

Has your cooker's gas ignition has been damaged beyond repair? If so, eSpares has the product for you. This gas lighter from Wpro is perfect for lighting gas ovens the safer way. It is piezo electric which means it doesn't require batteries or a flint to work, making it even better! Not only that, it is also designed to work with all gas ovens and hobs.

Specification:

  • No batteries, no flint
  • Piezo electric

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Product Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 (8 customers)
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  • BRIGHT SPARK?

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    By - ESSEX

    HAVING READ GLOWING REPORTS I THOUGHT HERE IS AN IGNITER THAT WILL HAVE A GGOD SPARK.HAVING TRIED TO LIGHT THE BURNERS ON OUR GAS STOVE, MY WIFE RUSHED IN AND ASKED IF WE HAD A GAS LEAK! IT IS USELESS.
  • Lighter for Gas hobs

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    By - Bovey Tracey, Devon

    Excellent and invaluable as it does not need batteries or electricity to work. My cooker had a couple of burners which would not ignite until I got this lighter. Good value for money.
  • Great Little Ignition Lighter !

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    By - Rochdale

    Once you have used it a couple of times and get the angle to hold it at, it is the Best I have ever used, with no filling up with gas etc.... Highly Recommend to All

Ask & Answer

(3 Questions and 3 Answers) Ask a question
  • Q Is this gas oven igniter suitable for lighting gas fire 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - Chester - 12 October 2012

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      I would certainly think so

      By David - Spalding Lincs - 01 November 2012

  • Q Does this have a flame (like a cigaret lighter) or just a spark? 1 Answer

    By Gman - Lod=ndon - 29 June 2011

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      Just a very good multiple spark

      By Happyhippo - West Sussex - 27 July 2011

  • Q How does it operate? 1 Answer

    Does this require batteries, lighter fuel, electricity or nothing in order to be able work?

    By sootyp - 14 March 2010

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      This lighter doesn't require anything to work.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 15 June 2010