Worried about looking silly when smoking a cigar that's roughly the size of your forearm? Nub Cigars ($5-$8) offer all the huge flavor in a more sensible size. Created by the Oliva Family, these Nicaraguan smokes are available in a variety of blends and shapes, giving you the very essence of a great cigar without the cumbersome length.
It's never fun to bust out a nice cigar only to realize you've got a lighter but forgot your cutter — or vice versa. The Blazer Optimus Cigar Torch Lighter & Guillotine Cutter ($36) prevents this unfortunate circumstance by combining a guillotine cutter and lighter in one compact package, with a wind-resistant blue flame and a magnetic cutter lock. Just don't forget it, lest you wind up completely screwed.
If you're trying to ween yourself off nicotine, or simply enjoy smoking but don't enjoy the harmful (and potentially deadly) side effects, check out the Luci Cigarette ($150). This ingenious cigarette-shaped device uses three pieces — a circular, rechargeable lithium ion battery, an atomization chamber, and a flavor cartridge — to deliver a cigarette-like smoking experience without the smoke, sensing when you inhale, lighting the tip-mounted LED and vaporizing the flavoring solution (available with or without nicotine) to deliver a puff of flavor that's free from harmful toxins.
You may not drive one, but you can light one. Dedicated smokers can really do no better the Tonino Lamborghini Cigar Lighters & Cutter ($150-$175). They're as precision engineered as the cars, and equally as sexy. Our favorite, the Forza lighter (left), has a push button ignition styled after the car's ignition button. The spring-loaded, double blade cigar cutter cuts cigars up to 58-ring gauge with super sharp surgical steel blades.
Save your stogies in this super classy Grants of Dalvey Solo Cigar Ashtray ($90). Made in Scotland, this polished stainless steel ashtray is as functional as it is beautiful, holding a single cigar horizontally for a long and even burn.