Israeli company invents Self-lighting cigaret

thecheers.org    2005-03-23 06:06:03    


Israeli company Gashbam Enterprises has invented a self-lighting cigaret. Smokers will not have to worry anymore about lighting up a cigaret on a windy day. The self-lighting cigaret also keeps you smoking while you don't have a lighter in your pocket.

"The sulphur and phosphorous-anointed tip turns the cigarette into a device operated just like a match, so you can strike it against a rough surface on the side of the pack to get it lit." says Engadget (http:/www.engadget.com).

While countries around the world are trying to minimize the cancer risk from tobacco by prohibiting smoking on streets and public places, this new invention is a good helper for the people who still keep on smoking.


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