SHOP SAFELY. The Friendly Swede's Lifetime Warranty covers this firestarter survival lighter. If you have a question about the emergency fire starter kit, please contact them. Solid fuel tablets can be used to cook and heat food, boil water, or start campfires. Each 14-gram tablet burns up to 1300F. It's ideal for boiling water and cooking in about 8 minutes. Works at high altitudes and sub-zero temperatures. Tablets can be stored for up to 10 years.
👤I tested both brands under the same circumstances and found them to perform the same way. The price for 40 v.s. 36 Esbit tablits was $29.76 at the time of purchase. I prefer the packaging of the expedition research because it hides the smell of the tablets. The Snow Peak Trek 1400 Titanium pot was used for the tests. The titanium Clikstand T-2 and the titanium Windscreen T-2C were used for the test. I started with 1.75 cups of water. The temperature at the time was 57F. The water temperature was 66F. A test was performed against a wall. The bottom of the pan was cleaned. The figures are quick. Esbit was boiled until 10:11 candle sized flame until 12:25 and expedition research was boiled until 10:20 candle sized flame until 12:30. The packaging doesn't let the smell out of the tablets. I repeated the test with other pots and stands. The pot size and distance from the flame are important. Smaller diameter pots were close to the flame. You should test your setup. Not every pot and stand combination will work well.
👤A small fire was made by this fuel tablet. I used two matches to ignite it. The cube that burnt about 12 minutes did not warm enough to cook soup. 1300-Degrees? I used it. There is a I blamed my dog for 2 days and then discovered it was the cubes. They stink so bad that they taint everything else in the bag.
👤Esbit is the standard for solid fuel in backpacking. The fuel tablets on the market are individually wrapped. That is important when you think about the smell. The smell is reduced by the individual foil packets. These burn well under all weather conditions. You can't spill them. Over time, they never lose their effectiveness. They are the industry standard. They don't get that fifth star because of cost. There are other fuel tables out there that have the same features and are just as reliable as these. I don't think it's worth increasing the price by a factor of 2 to 3.
👤They were used on a 73 mile hike with 6 adults. There are two sizes of these tabs. The 14g size was used by me. I have to compare these against cooking alternatives. A gel fuel stove, a kelley kettle, and a camping stove are included. The esbit tabs and stove were the easiest to use, lightest to carry, and worked well in rainy and windy weather. The stove is small, the fuel is light, and it works well in rainy or windy conditions, so I am convinced that these are the way to go. Each tab of this size will boil 16 ounces of water and will still have a few minutes of flame left, but will not be as hot as the last few minutes. I was able to boil 2 cups of water for 8 minutes, use 1 cup of the boiling water for food, add another cup of cold water, and still make 2 cups of hot coffee, after some practice. These don't leave any sticky messes on the pots or the stove. Some of the other solid fuel tabs have issues with this. The pots and pans needed a quick wipe on the bottom. I put small pieces of aluminum foil in the bottom of my stove and I could burn up to 6 tabs before I had to replace the foil. The best option was the Esbit tabs. The Kelley kettle was my second choice, but they got too dirty on the bottom. The kelley kettle takes up a lot more space and is less prone to spills, but it is definitely quicker to boil water. The kelley kettle has several great qualities, but I didn't like the trade-offs. The biolite stove is a joke. It took almost 10 minutes to boil water, we didn't charge our devices even after 30 minutes of burning, and it was high maintenance to keep the fire going. This one is not a good choice for hiking because of its weight and size. The gel fuel stove performed as expected. I don't like the weight, space required, or the garbage that it creates. The old fashioned campfire worked as expected. It was difficult to get that fire started since it rained every day. The heat and happiness from the campfire can't be compared to the other options. The esbits win for cooking on a hike.
SATISFACTION GUERANTY - If you have a question about this product, please email them. When you really need a fire, you can rely on the Spark Max because of the Jumbo 5" x 1/2 of superb ferrocerium rod blend. The complete starter kit has a 5" x 1/2 of steel, a full sized wooden handle, and a hi-vis reflective paracord. Everything you need in one kit to start a fire. It is important to impress your friends with your confidence. The emergency fire starter kit is a must have for any survivalist, as it gives you more confidence in your ability to survive even if it's hard to find natural fire starter. Their steel is pressed into a full sized handle and a large sized strikers, giving you the ability to slice large shards of molten metal. Drop your ferro rod in the dark. Their ferro rod will glow back at you if you shine your torch around. Make sure your survival tool is easy to find. Store your fire lighting gear in a bright orange carry bag when not in use. You are in trouble if you lose your ability to make fire. This doesn't happen with their fire starting kit.
👤There are some things I like about this ferro-rod. I have a problem with ferro-rods because they have small handles and are hard to grip. This isn't a problem here. You get a good grip on the big handle. The ferro rod is very long and will last a long time. The rope is very useful and the lights are very easy to use. The paracord that wraps through the handle and the strikers would be the only bad thing about this. It is to short. To get a full strike, you have to extend past the rod and the lanyard stops right past, it tugs on your hand, and it feels restrictive. I cut it off after striking it a few times. I put my own paracord on it and it feels great. The strikers would be my other complaint. It is a piece of steal that has a sharp lip. Not sharp enough to cut you, but it does get into your hand. A small amount of sand paper. It was nice to go. The strikers have a lip on the actual striking end, which gives them a huge spark and makes it easier to grab the ferro rod. I hope the company makes some small improvements. I would recommend it because of the large grip and ferro-rod.
👤It's large enough to hold and it gives off a powerful group of sparks to ignite your fire.
👤This is a high quality and useful item that works great, it is the perfect size and comes with a clever wick for emergency use, everything is packed in a well made storage pouch.
👤The size of the rod will be better than my smaller fire starter. There is a link to video instructions in the storage bag. Excellent value.
At any altitude, sparks shower to ignite a fire in any weather. Emergency fire starter for Bushcraft, Hiking, Hunting, Fishing, EDC, Emergency, BBQ, Gas Camp Stoves, etc. The material is made from Zirconia ceramic and is not easy to rust. The 4mm hole allows the rod scraper to run through the paracord. BSGB ferrocerium is the perfect balance between strength and softness. Throw a shower of molten sparks at any altitude. 8g/30*8mm The flat edge of the strikers throws more sparks than steels and tungsten. The material can continuously remove spark. Does not absorb heat during collision. A lanyard has 1 fishing line, 1 red waterproof flax fire tinder, and 1 cotton thread. Life-saving strands can catch fish or food, make fire, sew clothes or wounds, set traps, and more. It will be a new fire starter kit for any emergency needs. The length is 1.3 ft. BSGB has a 100% money-back guarantee and is a store specializing in outdoor products. They make high-quality outdoor/urban gear for anyone who loves BSGB gear, if you have any problems or dissatisfied with the purchase, you can contact them.
👤This fire starting neck tie was not something that I was very confident about. I use the woman's cotton face wipes dipped in candle wax as my fire starter. If this ferro & strikers could throw enough sparks to ignite a pulled apart stranding of cotton it would give me 10 minutes of fire to start damp tinder. The amount of sparks put out was amazing. If you're on the fence, buy a fire making neck tie. This is the best buy for your money.
👤I've used many fire starters. This one is great. A great shower of spark was created by the edge on the scraper. It was better than I expected. I wear and carry it every day and plan on buying another as a backup.
👤A lot of sparks are thrown. It was tested on three different rods. The description says the color is black and moss green. A solid product for the price.
👤I was glad I bought this necklace. The necklace is very nice to wear and the ferro rod is very hot. This is a good item to have in your kit. I will be buying more in the future. If you ever get lost in the wilderness, this fire starter necklace is a great buy.
👤The product is very cool. I will be wearing it every time I am outside. I love it!
👤Purchase as a gift. The gifter likes it. A small compact works. If you want to wear it daily, it's a nice piece of jewelry. It's good to have a source of heat away.
👤This tool is awesome! It's a must for what I do. This is a great tool for teaching survival skills.
👤My son in laws liked this item and felt it would be useful.
The ultimate fire kit has 2 Premium ferro Rods each with a survival multitool attached by a combined 14' of paracord. ferro rod fire starter will shower sparks every time you start a fire, no matter what the weather is like. The lightweight design is perfect for camp fire or survival kits. BUILT TO LAST - waterproof matches last once, a survival lighter requires refill, a cheap ferrocerium rod wears quickly, they designed Survivor ferro rods to last you a combined 36,000+ strikes! The best? flint fire starter, magnesium fire starter, and survival fire starter all claim to be the best. Who decides? You do! They'll refund every dollar if you think their starters aren't the best. If one gets lost you'll always have fire, whether you add them to your emergency kit, edc kit, survival bag, or camping kit. One for you and one for a friend is always an option.
👤Waste of money don't buy, it doesn't come with the items.
The Krftig Fire Starter is available in two different lengths: 5" and8". 20,000+ strikes will be provided by both of them with a 1/2 inch thickness. Their best rod. Immediate fire. Fires can be started in any weather conditions with Magnesium Rod. Each box contains 2 Fire Starters with unique design. The multi-tool design includes a built-in compass, 150dB Whistle, Steel Scraper, 450LB 8core Paracord and Rod. Lighter and more reliable than matches, weighs less than 2 ounces. 100% money back guarantee. If you are not satisfied with the product, there is no questions offered.
👤I didn't look closely enough at the pictures and didn't read the description or reviews. I would have liked to have. Would not have gotten it. There is a blade hanging from the cord. There is a huge cut hazard. The blade has no handle that can hold it. The para cord is too short to be used for anything other than keeping the blade attached to the strikers. I can barely read the tiny compass, it didn't work anyway. I haven't tried the whistle because I don't care. These are either going back or in the garbage. I have a knife with a fire starter built into it and it is in a case. They will probably get paracord, compasses, and whistles separately. Everything will be more useful so it will be more expensive.
👤I would give this item a 5 star rating if I could give it for customer service alone. The fire starter is easy to use for beginners. In an emergency, the compass will get you by. The whistle won't save you air because you have to blow a lot to make it work, but it will save you from yelling. The ones I received did not glow in the dark, which was the selling point for me. They have to charge in the sun. I have had 1 set in my windowsill for 2 weeks and they don't glow. The same thing has been happening for almost a week. It's a great firestarter from a fantastic company, but that's all. Don't expect to find it in a dark room.
👤It works as expected. For basic survival purposes, the compass is ok. If you're lost in the woods, this may help you get found again, it will save your energy. If you keep it in a dark place, the glow in the whistle and lanyard will not be as good as it could be. Your fire making tool is not something you want to lose, that's why I think this is useful. The magnesium fire starter is the main thing. It is easy to use, just shave off a small pile of magnesium with the included saw blade over your tinder and strike some sparks until it ignites. Simple. The two units are a good value. I got a chance to try it out. With 5 minutes of practice, I could light the tinder with a few strokes by using regular cotton wool from an aspirin bottle. It was enough to lightly coat the tinder with magnesium scrapers. There is a sawblade edge on the scraper. The burred edge gave me the fastest lights.
👤My 10-year-old grandson is obsessed with practicing his firestarting skills. His other flint did not last long. He chose this one because it looked sturdy, had a compass, and a whistle. He liked how sturdy it looked. They are everything they promised. There is one aspect that is confusing, which is that the directions refer to shaving the magnesium, and there isn't any magnesium on it that we can see, and my husband is very experienced with magnesium, and brought up another flint piece that DID have magnesium, and it's unmistakable We love it because it is well-built and practical for our outdoor nature-loving family, but we don't know what the mixup is.
The Znden Fire Starter is a ferro rod that is as timeless as fire and will help get your flames lit. Their igniters are made from ferrocerium, a sparking metal used with steel. Their trademark Snft-korr ferrocerium blend is a perfect balance that boasts both softness and durability. You can start any fire with ease at any altitude, even if it's wet. The handcrafted firewood handle is. The handle of their fire starter is made from premium 100% hardwood and is made to give a natural textured grip while you rain down molten spark showers of up to 5,500F/3,000C and turn that natural finish into a seasoned one. Each fire rod comes with a lanyard and multi-tool, and a bottle opener. There are three different sizes available. The Znden Fire Starter is available in three different thickness options: The Pro at 10mm, the Fatty at 1/200 and the Trad at 8mm.
👤Being able to start a fire is the second most important need to maintain life, behind shelter, and it is important to be able to start a fire. Almost every method used to start a campfire, warm a person, cook a meal, provide signaling smoke during the day, or signal light in the dark is inherently fatal. Wood or Paper Stick Matches can be lost, get wet, or be completely used, the special strips needed to ignite waterproof matches can be lost or scratched out, and Lighters can blow out in high winds. The one fire-starting tool that won't fall victim to these previously noted failures has a neck lanyard that you can slip over your head to avoid losing. I've used many types of steel, but this is the best I've ever used. There are three different sizes of the fire steel, which is called the Zunden Bushcraft Fire Steel with Wood Handle and Neck Lanyard. ferrocerium rod diameters of 5/16", 3/8", and 1/2" The Zunden Bushcraft Fire Steel has a ferrocerium rod and wooden handle that are flattened on two opposing sides to make it easy to hold. It's a 6-in-1 multi-tool that has a map scale, scraper, straight-edge spine, wrench, ruler, and bottle opener. The seller says that each fire steel will give 12,000 to 20,000 strikes. I will take their word for it. I don't think my old wrists, forearms, and shoulders still have many strikes left in them. I will leave that testing to the younger guys. The tapered wooden handle with a neck lanyard allows the user to have a stable grip on the fire steel and control its position just above the tinder. The second most important need to maintain life in the wilderness is taken care of nicely. I keep one of the Zunden Bushcraft Fire Steels with Wooden Handles on the leather sheath of my small, large, and Mongo-size bushcraft / survival knives because one or two of them will always be on the back and side of my belt. Each of them are made from top quality materials, assembled with excellent craftsmanship, and provide me with a survival tool I can depend on to preserve my life, and the lives of the people accompanying me. The wooden handle is very comfortable to hold, it's sanded smoothly, but not finished, and it's a shade that nicely complement the ferrocerium rod, so I can apply a wipe-on wood stain to it. My wife says that you can look good while using your bushcraft skills. A happy wife makes for a happy life. It is important to note that the black coating material on all of the rods must be removed completely to get the best performance. If you can get the rod to spark, you can start the lawnmower engine with an empty, dry, gas tank.
👤The berleben Znden is by far the most efficient and easy to use fire starter I've used. My other emergency strikers can produce sparks, but with a lot of effort. It's not good when you really need a fire and you're tired. My current stock is miles below this fire starter. It takes very little effort and produces a lot of spark. My daughter was going to start a fire when we went camping, so I was looking for a perfect strikers. She couldn't get a good spark on any of my other strikers even after hours of practice. She was able to light a cotton ball within seconds of putting this in her hand. The wooden handle feels good in my large hand as well as my daughter's small hand. I have no doubt that either of us would be able to light a fire with this exceptional strikers. On my most recent camping trip, I lit a fire with this strikers while standing over my kindling. I didn't think it would light it. I would give this player more stars.
The MET-Rx Big 100 Protein Bars feature their exclusive METAMYOSYN blend, which combines fast and slow absorbing protein sources to help you reach new levels of performance. Any place where there is a fire. The firestarter works in any weather condition. The iron and steel strikers are made of rust-free ferrocerium rod and will not break or bend. Longer ferro rod firestarters make it easier to strike and cause more sparks. The Firestarter for campfires that is larger will give you more strikes than other fire starters, which will make it less work for you. The concept of convenience and comparison. Their fire steel is a great firestarter for camping, BBQs, signal fires and emergency situations. It's a great emergency fire starter to have in your survival gear. They promise that you will bring it with you on any hiking trip. The handles on their ferro rod strikers are easy to use. It's easy to produce sparks in any weather. SHOP SAFELY. The Friendly Swede's Lifetime Warranty covers this firestarter survival lighter. If you have a question about the emergency fire starter kit, please contact them.
👤If you're like me, you've tried using other fire steels and then decided to use a lighter because they sucked. These aren't like those. These work. I researched before buying these, and found that you want to stay away from fire steels that advertise a lot of strikes. The steels are hard and don't produce many sparks. These are softer, the way they are supposed to be, and maybe they will only last a 1,000 strikes, but you won't be striking them 500 times to start a fire, because unlike that other junk, they will work very quickly. I like these things. Before using, make sure to scratch the black coating off, and watch some videos on how to use these things correctly. These will start a fire if you use them wrong and your tinder is not set up correctly.
👤I've used many different ferro rods. I thought all ferro rods were the same, until I tried these from The Friendly Swede. The reviews are not just hype, they really do work better than any other rods I have used for the last 35 years. The big hot sparks travel several feet and burn for a while. I think this is a better way to ignite grass, wood, and other natural materials. A good strikers is important for ferro rods. I was pleasantly surprised at how good the rod is, and you get 2. The ferro rod fell out of the handle after a few minutes, but I always drill and pin the rod to the handle of any ferro rod I use anyway. It's not an issue for me. If you don't want to get these great ferro rods, I recommend just putting a drop of epoxy in the handle and reinserting the rod, it's not a big deal. I will be getting my ferro rods from The Friendly Swede.
👤I've seen these used in wilderness survival shows and on line videos. I used to carry a disposable butane lighter as my primary fire starter. I spilled some coffee on the lighter on a recent camping trip, but it wasn't much of a spill. The lighter wouldn't light as the flint got wet. I also carry matches that are waterproof, but they are not as reliable as they used to be and are difficult to strike on improvised surfaces. I decided to try one of these. I tested the fire starter with the included strikers and it was good. It took me two tries to ignite the tinder. It is easier to use than the "strike anywhere storm proof matches" I have been using, which takes me about three matches to get one to light. If I carry matches, they are a back up to this product for that reason the lighter may become a back up due to wind. I've bought cheap magnesium starters in the past but never used them. I decided to test one after finding cheap ones in my gear box. I found them hard to use due to their short length and lack of handle. It took me at least 10 tries. I lost count after I got frustrated having the cheaper one jump out of my hand several times. Go with one of the cheap ones and save money.
The quality of products makes them responsible for the best service to their workers. 24 hours a professional team center is where you can contact them. Their goal is to provide the best price and service for the consumer. Try it. They won't let you down. Their fire-starting kit includes a large ferro rod, magnesium rod, and a jumbo waterproof tinder rope to allow you to start a fire instantly under any weather conditions. The ferro rod throws sparks into the magnesium pile to create an incredible burst of flames. The tinder is made of wax- infused natural hemp and works in all weather conditions. The sparks of a ferro rod ignite it. A sturdy and versatile camping tool with a comfortable grip. The multi-tool is made of hardened steel and has a built-in wrench, toothed edge, and bottle opener. Great for backpacking, hiking, and camping. It's a perfect gift for a bushcraft woodsman.
👤I bought this and a few other survival items as Christmas gifts for my husband, and this ferro rod is a stand out because of the exceptional quality. My husband says we should only buy this brand from now on as it exceeds our expectations for quality and durability.
👤The dentro de la mochila de supervivencia is a part of the process. Ac en Puerto Rico.
👤This is the third or fourth purchase I have made from this line of products. They work well and have quality construction. I like their products.
👤For Christmas, I bought this for my husband. We go camping a lot and figured this would be a good way to add to our supplies. Its light weight and case hold everything. It is amazing that sparks fires so quickly. The purchase was the best.
👤This is a life saver product that is easy to hold off magnesium and add moss or dry material and use flint strike to lite just that easy scratch metal piece attached.
👤The product works as expected. The steel doesn't work until you remove the paint from the edge.
👤The recipient loved it when he got it as a gift. Exactly what they were looking for.
👤The hatchet set was better than expected. Both were very small. A great purchase.
👤2x of them love Greste product.
Lifetime manufacturer's warranty. The ferro rod fire starter throws sparks to start in all weather conditions. The paracord bracelet has a built-in whistle, mini ferro rod, and compass to make sure you're always prepared. Over 15,000 strikes are composed of a high quality ferrocerium and magnesium blend. A handcrafted cherry wood handle has a comfortable grip. A lanyard with a hardened steel multi-tool flint is attached to it with a built-in wrench and toothed edge. The weight is 2.3 ounces. Carry it in your pack, or wear it around your neck, and the Paracord Bracelet will fit on your wrist. It's great for hiking, backpacking, and camping. It's a great gift for a bushcraft woodsman.
👤It seems that the consumer is not aware that this product is made in China until they receive it. Will purchase a Texas Bushcraft fire starter when he returns.
👤The survival fire starter exceeded my expectations. This is a great addition to my gear. This will be fun to use to teach survival skills at my summer camp. The quality is top-notch and it is the perfect size. The handle is very nice and it makes it easy to throw sparks. I've used ferro rods in the past, but this is much easier. It comes with a paracord survival bracelet. When I ordered it, I didn't know it had a mini ferro rod fire starter built into it. I think this is a great fire scorer for camping or bushcraft survival.
👤The compass and the whistle are not fun. I can't recommend this bracelet. The long Fero rod and strikers kit is not bundled with the kit as seen, it works well and the sparks that are produced are strong. I couldn't send a submission so I had to pick a 1 Star Rating.
👤The bracelet and strikers were present. I don't care about anything else but the rod and strikers. I like how the strikers have no plastic. I know it will not break from the pressure. I plan to get back into camping and hunting soon. Dad took me on scouting outings when I was a kid. I want to test myself in situations where I am not as prepared as the scouts. There were no matches or fire starting kits to start. I've never started a fire with my dad's flint, and he rarely used it. I decided to see if I needed to practice with it. The rounded and toothed tip was the main selling point of the strikers tools. I took a branch from a pile of dead branches. All I could do was scratch it. I will write this and think about it. It seems like a tool that would work on larger pieces of a tree and I will find something that will work on it. I expected a sharper edge on one side so it would work better to shear off the wood in its small diameter. I will take a filing kit to this puppy now that I think about it. Still. The kindling maker portion of the tool needs to be shaped a bit wider to improve its shearing ability. It's just a ridged grooves. It can be used as a forward. HOLY COW! I tried to figure out how much pressure was applied. The black coating makes it hard to get off as it's just a slick barrier to initially get off and take more pressure off. The sound is so satisfying when the sparks fly everywhere. I need to see how natural I am at starting a fire. We had some rain in the last 2 days but it was mostly dry. I went to the fire pit after taking dead weeds and dry leaves. I will say that it lit a fire in one try. Every few strikes, I had to fiddle with my birds nest. There were times when the thing was struck so quickly that it was hard to get a spark to catch in the nest. It would be hard to tell if the smoke was coming from the bird nest or the strikers. There is a Within a few minutes of effort, and 1 minute of gathering the kindling after giving up on the kindling tool. I had a nest on fire. There were 2 flames that came out of it. It had to be set down. I didn't want to commit to having a full fire because I didn't have everything ready. I didn't have a pile of kindling to keep the fire going. If I did. I'm pretty sure I would have had a roaring fire in less than 10 minutes. It's 54 degrees with a nice breeze. I think that's a pretty effective Firestarter attempt. I left. "Oh it's on fire!", to "I'm not as natural as I thought I would be at this." It took in a matter of seconds. I didn't blow it. No ember to light up the sky. It was on fire. No cotton or anything like that. There were mostly dry leaves and dead weed twigs in the bowl. I was caught off guard when I got 2 flames instead of an ember. The reviews said the bracelet would be cheap. I didn't care if that was the case. It had a fire rod on the clip. I was expecting a cheap toy quality compass. It is a solid compass with liquid inside. Whenever I look at it, it's easy to read and turn to North. I have large hands. I wouldn't be surprised if it was too small. It fits just right and doesn't make a difference to my skin. People complain about the whistle. It sounds like a high pitch whistle and is not a cheap one. It comes across as a piercing sound. There is a hole in the ground. I don't know why it's there. If you cover it, the whistle will still work even if you blow it. You can easily cover it with your lip. People say it's broken, but I don't think that's right. The "cutter" is not going to be able to cut a small thing. It's probably better to kindling than the strikers tool. It would break if you used it that way. The center of the clip has a strikers rod. It's small. I don't know how you could use it without breaking the clips. There was no tool to hit it. Why don't you put a grooves in the cutter to fit the rod and use it as a strikers? I'll be filing that down as well. The paracord is strong. It's heavier than I expected. The cord on the rod seems to be very strong. I expect the rod to be worn down before the cord does. If I am using that word correctly, the handle feels very comfortable. I wish the rod was a bit longer. I wouldn't be interested in this if it was more than $20. I see the bracelet as a bit of a novelty. I was surprised to find that it is sturdy and a nice bonus to make it a good value at $15.99. It's a perfect first tool for anyone. My biggest perk is the metal tool. The man that kicks up sparks is easy to spot. When the rod wears down. I'll keep the one for the replacement. I've never owned one before, so I can't comment on the life expectancy. I am surprised at how much wear and tear has already occurred. I'm starting to think that my dad didn't use that rod to start the fire, because it looks worse already. If they are all soft and easy to shave, or if I'm using too much force, to really give an experienced opinion on that. I can 3D print another handle, since I know the last one. I don't need a compass or emergency whistle, I got one on my wrist, and it doesn't hang from my neck. I'll find something to attach to it to make it more useful. I might as well include it in my survival arsenal because the thing isn't going to break anytime soon.
The AK87 bracelet is based on feedback and practise continually upgraded tactical survival gear, you can 100% trust, really for you to conquer the wilderness. It's free to buy it and enjoy it. If you have any questions, please contact Daarcin. Their team will solve your problem. Two premium 5/16” firestarters with wooden handle, mil-spec braided paracord bracelet, multi tool carbon steel strikers, and wax infused jute rope are included in the pack. Traditional materials are built to last. The hand-crafted wooden handle on this fire starter adds a bit of character over time. With a little dirt and bare hands, you can create your own seasoned finish. The handcuffs are bandaged. Carrying this fire starter is made easier by the 9 ft of military grade paracord. Emergency shoelaces can be secured with paracord. The PREMIUM FERRO BLEND is a blend of ferrocerium fire steel and is the best you can get. A shower of molten sparks that burn at 5,500 degrees F (3,000 C) will ignite a fire with ease in any weather. Simple and Reliable is the title of the waterPROOF and WEATHERPROOF. The ferro rod will work even after getting wet. This is a must have tool for camping gear, survival kit, bushcraft, hiking gear, hunting, fishing, camp stove, and EDC.
👤I tried this out at the camp ground of the state park, which is off the AT trail. It was a damp evening and there was a fire. I used some of the provided horse or ox hairs that came with the starter, and we bought some firewood. The video made it look like it was very easy to light a fire rain or shine. Trust me, it's not easy. It requires skill and patience. If you are trying out this survival tool for the first time, I highly recommend bringing a backup starter like a lighter or matches. I was an Eagle Scout and had a hard time creating a spark with this thing. It was much easier to use an actual flint rock than it was to use a fake one. If you new to this, bring it back up, there is nothing wrong with it. Light weight and great for emergency fires. I recommend this product for your compass, pepper spray, and survival knife. You can give a second one as a gift to a friend.
👤These were purchased to teach kids outdoor skills. The 10 year old got the hang of it. 7 year old struggled a little. The cord was very dangerous. The downward force is needed to get a proper spark. After several strikes, the metal strikers saw some wear. It is easier with my bushcraft knife. Overall, a great product. Would buy again.
👤The staff at my camp are lighting fires in all kinds of weather. This is the best flint and steel we have tried and it is easy to impress the kids with quick starts. The price is very reasonable. Each of our counselors will get one for carrying.
👤My boys are in the Army and wanted to have better fire starters, they were able to set a fire quickly with these, they were sturdy. Both said they are better than the military.
👤The two pack of ferro rods delivered a pair of beautiful wood handled devices that had nice strikers, generous paracord handles, and even wax tinder. Very happy with the purchase.
👤This is one of the best fire aids I have ever bought, I own a lot of different ferro rods and other fire aids. The ferro rod has a great spine because the strikers has a great spine. It lit some twine on the first strike. Very impressed with the amount.
👤We tried it for 20 minutes and it looked like it was scratching it and not sparking. Hope we don't need it.
👤This is a great product. It is very easy to use. I am happy I got a two-pack. One will stay in my car and the other in my bag. This is what I was looking for.
The energy saver. The energy is lost due to the friction between the sockets and the spindle. This fire starter survival tool can start a fire in any environment. The rod should be removed with the included tool to create sparks. No weather condition will prevent this ferro rod from creating lava-hot sparks. Included with your Feuerstock Fire Starter is an exclusive training voucher for an online ferro rod training course by Creek Stewart. The ferro rod has a lanyard. There is a full guillotine strike. This heavy-duty tool pours sparks from the tip of your Feuerstock rod. It's perfect for small hands, gloved hands, or those with arthritis. It's good for camping and hunting. There is a patent-pending protection rating. Feuerstock has a protective red coating on your fire starter. If dropped on the ground, it increases visibility. It's important to never lose your most important survival tool.
👤Awesome firesteel. The rubber coated strikers don't slip in your hand. I like the red coating on the steel, as my fire kit is also red. It should be lighting fires for a long time. Two others will be given away as Christmas gifts. Another guy will want one of those. They are a little pricey, but I really like it. It was a good purchase.
👤This is the most solid firesteel I have ever owned. I am impressed. You can't go wrong buying this product.
👤Even in cold or wet conditions, a fire starter will work. Hot sparks will quickly ignite even damp materials. A real life saver that you need to cook, stay worm and provide light and protection when nothing else will do. Buy it. You will not regret having it.
👤Great product. It makes very hot sparks. Starts fire quickly.
👤Contacted them and sent a replacement. Will check out the new one. It's pretty simple, but I'm not sure what the issue is. The original review was original. I use Light My Fire ferro so not a beginner. The red was removed from the rod and a few small sparks broke the coating. I can't get a spark from this rod. Yes, shaving pieces of metal. No, spark. I will return it. I hate the rod and love the strikers.
👤I know someone who works well with it, and I like it that it hasn't used it yet.
👤This thing scares some people. Nice.
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