cigar lighter


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Synonyms for cigar lighter

a lighter for cigars or cigarettes

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Sold in both lighted and sealed water-resistant configurations, parent company Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics says the device might require an FAA field approval if the aircraft doesn't have an existing cigar lighter socket.
In place of seating for a centre rear passenger is a container combination of two trays and separate lidded section that has two cup holders, an ashtray and cigar lighter.
In place of seating for a centre rear passenger is a container combination of two trays and separate lidded section that has two cupholders, an ashtray and cigar lighter, made of a cheap, rather brittle plastic.
There is also a cigar lighter from the Royal College of Nursing, cedar trees presented by the 36th Ulster Division and a chandelier from Kaiser Wilhelm.
This touch screen fits into your car cigar lighter, giving you a DVD and video game player, and connecting to computers, laptops and Sat-Nav.
The unit plugs in to the cigar lighter socket and alerts the driver to any Gatso or Laser camera frequency - including hidden mobile cameras.
Studio employees getting to and fro on the lot in bare-bones carts would be envious of the options that leading manufacturer Club Car offers: a paint job to match any car in your garage, simulated-burlwood steering wheel and dash, leather seats, plush carpeting, rack-and-pinion steering, 100-watt stereo, dual map lights, cigar lighter and cooling system.
The cigar lighter was fitted for the first time to the Lanchester Limousine in 1914, alloy wheels go back as far as 1926 when they first appeared on the Bugatti Type 55 Super Sport Roadster and electrically-operated windows go back as far as 1948 in the UK when the Daimler DE36 Green Goddess became the first UK car to feature them.
I loved the smell of the leather and the fact it had a cigar lighter.
The gizmos are plugged into a cigar lighter and fit on to a car dashboard.
You simply plug the YQ2 into the cigar lighter to power it and that charges N-Cad batteries which last up to eight hours on standby and two hours on screen, if you use the unit as a mobile.
The test proved that the camera is capable of catching light from a cigar lighter more than 5 kilometers away, the officials said.
Classic: plain velour upholstery, leather gear knob and handbrake grip; front door storage; leather-covered driving wheel; driver's and front passenger's airbags; four-speed fan and recirculation mode; harmony six-speaker Philips RDS radio cassette; electric front windows; cigar lighter; Bosch 4-channel ABS with electronic brake force distribution.
This includes traction control (which really does work), 12-way electrically-adjustable front seats, full chrome window surrounds and a rear cigar lighter.
LeDray, a Seattle-born artist, presented doll-size shirts and dresses and, in a nostalgic nod to the city's 1962 World's Fair, fabricated souvenirs like a cigar lighter in the shape of the Space Needle.