The lighter leash is a fantastic tool for smokers who want to keep their butane lighters close at hand without worrying about losing them. They're also great if you want a way to store your lighters in public without drawing attention to yourself or in case you don't want anyone else to know that you're carrying around a lighter.
You can easily attach the key ring onto your pants or belt loop and let the chain hang freely as you walk around. A lighter leash is great for carrying around your favorite cigar, pipe, or cigarette lighters!
It's also a great gift idea for smokers because they'll be able to use it while they're smoking at home or even out at social events like weddings or parties where smoking isn't allowed inside.
The First Step - Buy The Right Tools And Parts
The first step to building your own lighter leash is to buy the right tools and parts. You'll need:
· A lighter leash. This can either be a part of the brand's product or you can purchase it separately from a third-party seller.
· A key ring. You'll need something that attaches to both ends of your chain, so choose carefully! Some options are made from brass or copper metal with an enamel finish in bright colors like red and blue.
The Second Step - Measure And Cut The Chain Correctly
The second step is to measure and cut the chain correctly. The lighter leash will be attached to a ring on your keychain, so you want to make sure that it is long enough for both the keychain and the lighter itself.
The best way to do this is by measuring with a ruler, then cutting with scissors. Measure from the end of one side of your keychain loop (the part where you would normally connect another key) up until it meets up with a point where you can comfortably hold both ends of your lighter leash without having any room left over. Then cut this piece off using sharp scissors or wire cutters.
Make sure that whatever tool you use cuts straight lines so that there are no jagged edges along your cut line when finished!
The Third Step - Attach The Key Ring To Your Chain
The third step is to attach the key ring to your chain. You'll need a small, flat-head screwdriver for this.
The first thing you should do is open up the link in your chain. To do so, simply insert the screwdriver and twist it counterclockwise until you hear a click. This will pop out one side of the link, making it easy for you to close it again once you've threaded on your key ring.
Once that's done, try moving around with them both attached; if they feel loose at all or start pulling off when tested like this, then go back through all three steps and try again until everything feels secure enough for use (or just replace them if necessary).
The Fifth Step - Test Your Lighter Leash
Now that you have assembled your lighter leash, it's time to test its strength and durability. You can do this by holding the lighter leash in your hand and tugging on it with varying degrees of force. It should be strong enough to hold up when pulled but not so tight that it breaks or causes discomfort when worn around your wrist.
If you're someone who likes to carry around a lighter with them, then a lighter leash is perfect for you. It will allow you to store your lighter and carry it around easily!