Do Zippo lighters have a date code on the bottom?
As with most collectibles, the date of manufacture of a Zippo lighter often affects its value. Valuable information on the bottom of every Zippo windproof lighter can help you determine its date of manufacture. Starting in the mid 50’s, a date code was stamped on the bottom of every Zippo lighter made. The original purpose was for quality control.
What is Mr Blaisdell’s guarantee on Zippo lighters?
Mr. Blaisdell’s world-famous guarantee that “It works or we fix it free™” still covers every Zippo windproof pocket lighter today. If your Zippo lighter needs repair, please visit our repair page for instructions. Keep Your Lighter Working Like New!
What is the history of the Zippo script logo?
The Zippo script logo was developed in the late 40s and was phased-in on the lighter bottom stamp around 1955. In the late 70s the logo was redesigned. It was incorporated into the bottom stamp in 1980.
Will covid-19 affect my Zippo product?
Due to circumstances resulting from the COVID-19 situation, repairs may be delayed. Locate detailed information about your Zippo product. Product instruction manuals, tips on the maintenance of your product and safety information can be found here.
What is a Zippo hand warmer?
Zippo Hand Warmers keep you warm from the office to the outdoors. Available in rechargeable electric models and refillable fuel-filled models, these trusty pocket furnaces will keep your fingers toasty.
How can you tell how old a Zippo stamp is?
The appearance of the word “Zippo” in the bottom stamp provides another clue to dating. There have been three major changes, as show below. From 1933 to the mid 50s, the word Zippo was stamped in block letters. The Zippo script logo was developed in the late 40s and was phased-in on the lighter bottom stamp around 1955.