That's a pretty sweet neck on that Zippo. If I had what they're calling the "Flex Neck" I bet I could bend over and...um...look at the back of my knees. The utility lighter's slim nozzle was designed to slip through grill and lantern openings, while the bendy metal neck maneuvers around corners and into sweet spots to alight anything from kindling and charcoal to jack-o-lanterns and extinguished pilots.
Lighter components include a dial for adjusting its flame and a child-resistant safety button. Which will probably make the Flex Neck infinitely harder for me to use too. Puh. Why do children have to touch everything and occasionally light themselves on fire and instigate the addition of protective measures on fire-generating implements and basically increase the difficulty of my already difficult life?
Zippo's Flex Neck Utility Lighter arrives unfilled in silver or black, and requires fire-breathing nourishment from Zippo Premium butane fuel.