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I just got my Orange beauty today. Man if it had an o-ring seal on the cap it would be near bullet proof. I might consider some sort silicone grease to help seal that joint.

Anyway seems like a good deal for <$8.

thanks for pointing them out.

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Mine must have been part of the same shipment, I just got mine today too!

Mine has two O-ring seals on it, one for the lower housing and one for the upper cap.
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Be very careful plugging the charge cable (mini usb port) in. I have had several crap out at the port, they quit making contact, got loose, one crumbled. But they work when charged.
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Mine has held up well so far after a year of admittedly, light use. It's a little hard to start a fire with but ideal for lighting fuses.
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How loud are those things? Are they like stun guns?
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A high pitched hissing sound. Not loud at all.
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