The XL versions come with a spare o-ring and a couple of extra flints that you can tuck in the bottom of the lighter to have handy for replacement when the one in use wears down. The o-rings also help with keeping the lighter fluid from evaporating when the cap is screwed down.
I followed Mabel Marble's video tutorial for tying a couple of the 5 lead 9 bight fan knots, with gutted paracord around one of the lighters. With the smooth surface I needed a strip of extreme tape around the body and cap of the lighter to keep the tightened knots from sliding off.
Whenever I see someone find a zippo lighter, in a TV show/movie, that hasn't been used in weeks/months/years and it lights right up, I call shenanigans, cause folks with experience know that unless the lighter is sealed in an airtight container, the fluid tends to have long since evaporated.
The red aluminum waterbottle with storage compartment on the bottom, shown with my bag in the photo, is the same one I've had for a few years, mentioned in a previous blog post.
I bought the red hand towel to hang on the bag, as demonstrated in the Mochibrand demo, cause fans of 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' know how useful they can be.
Even though I haven't smoked a cigar in over three years now, I still keep lighters handy for melting ends on cord work, lighting candles/incense, and stored in my truck/home/backpack/pouches/bug-out-bags for EDC or zombie apocalypse applications. One of these XL SS Peanut Lighters is going in my VEMON bag's zippered compartment.