IPCPR 2017 | S.T. Dupont

S.T. Dupont once again had a number of gorgeous, high-dollar accessories to show off at IPCPR 2017. If I had all the money in the world, I would have taken one of everything, and boy, would that have been a big purchase. The company celebrated their 145th anniversary this year with some very expensive items. We got an inside look at some of the new products.

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This new collection was the main focus of the booth this year. There are different pens, lighters, and cutters ranging from $495 to $28,000.

S.T.Dupont 145th Anniversary Travel Trunk Humidor

S.T.Dupont 145th Anniversary Travel Trunk Humidor

This fancy humidor is designed to look like an old trunk with crocodile leather. It comes packed with a Ligne 2 lighter, a cutter, a travel humidor, an ashtray, and 72 Davidoff Oro Blancos. The price tag is huge at $145,000.

Above is the lighter, cutter, and travel humidor that come in the trunk.

S.T. Dupont Complication Lighter

S.T. Dupont Complication Lighter (Diamond)

The new Complication lighter is the same style as last year’s with the mechanical opening and combination lock. This year’s release features a fat diamond in the center on one side. I ordered one while we were in the booth. Just kidding – it’s $100,000.

S.T. Dupont Dandy Skull

This piece is made in collaboration with a master stone carver. It’s limited to eight pieces priced at $39,995.

S.T. Dupont Investor Wolf

This is also limited to eight pieces and is priced at $43,000.

Smoke on!
-Noah (CutLightSmoke)

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