It's a great tool for camping, survival and emergency preparation. It is easy to carry and waterproof. An emergency fire starter on a carabiner with ferro rod, multitool, and steel, as well as a waterproof edc survival capsule, and a fishing line and emergency whistle. A ferro rod. Every time, Premium ferrocerium alloy with + 40% cerium throws a shower of 6,000 F hot sparks. There were approximately 12,000 strikes. The dimensions are 1 x 10 cm. Going hiking, fishing, camping or hunting? You can snap your flint fire starter to your backpacking gear or edc. The kit can be used to quickly switch or add items. No need to disassemble the paracord handle to move or replace components. You can make the survival kit to your liking so that you are confident to use it in an emergency. Use a fire starting kit for first aid.
👤I own several Atomic Bear products, including the tactical pen, knife, bag attachment, and now the fire starter kit. I tried it out to see if it worked. It lit up like a charm. I like the instructional videos that give tips on how to use the product. This is a great kit for whatever you need out in the field, with spare cord, whistle, tool and wax pad. Atomic Bear has an awesome product. Keep up the great work!
👤I own a lot of Atomic Bear products and this one is very easy to use and works great, but you need to remove the paint finish to get it to work.
👤On my last camping trip, this firestarter served me well. There were no issues with starting fires. Everything you need is easy to carry. Lots of thought is put into their products and it shows in their function. Thanks!
👤This is a great kit for outdoor activities. It comes with everything you need in one kit. I have been using Atomic Bear products for several years and this kit is well thought of.
👤The materials have worked well here at home. I haven't tested the kit in the field yet.
👤I think it's very cool. I've used it a couple of times. I'll block you. It's crazy. Hunter played a voice message and he loved it. I made Three Fires out of it with him and anyone who wanted to use it.
👤In case matches and lighters are unavailable, a good fallback is available.
👤This is for the fire starting kit. It's great.
We are committed to selling high-quality wilderness survival kits. Their priority is your satisfaction. If the 34 in 1 Emergency Survival Kit doesn't live up to your expectations, or you have any issues, contact them fast and they will solve it to make sure that you are happy with your purchase. This is a wonderful gift for the man you love. It's possible to start a fire in any weather condition. Fire tinder is made from wood. The ferro rod or lighter will cause the lights to light on fire very quickly. It takes a long time to bury. Depending on how much you use, this small kit can light up to 20 fire starts. When you need a bigger fire, burn 3 - 7 minutes per pinch. Won't let you down in emergencies! There is a correlation and light weight. The pocket fire starter kit is recommended for both beginners and experts. It is a small and affordable complete set with everything you need to start a fire. There is a mini ferro rod and an emergency whistle. It is a great gift for anyone interested in outdoor activities. The natural fire starter has no chemicals. It is safe to handle. There will never be a shelf life. The SATISFACTION GUARANTEED is made in the USA.
👤I like this little fire kit. The ferro rod works well and the whistle is loud.
The magnesium fire starter kit makes it easy to start a fire. The Mag Bar works in all weather conditions. The fire starters are suitable for outdoor activities. The first-stAGEINDER is built-in, and it is not always easy to find something that will light. The flint rod will throw hot sparks even if it is windy. This fire steel is perfect for experts and beginners because of its handy strikers. Longer lasting, convenience and comparison are some of the things that are included. You can light many fires with this bundle of firesteel blocks. You can use the attached chain to keep your fire starter kit. SHOP SAFELY: The Friendly Swede's Lifetime Warranty covers this flint fire starter survival lighter. If you have any questions about their products, please contact them.
👤The ferro rod is about 4mm in diameter. It doesn't give much length or surface area to get a spark. The strikers is less than 3” in length. It doesn't give a lot of energy. You work hard to get a spark. If you are planning on camping or using this to light a fire at home, you should use a larger, more friendly system. This is lightweight and works in emergencies. You should pack one in each emergency kit. The ferro rod is large enough to get you back to civilization, but not everyday. The triple length chains are nice. The bottle opener makes the strikers thinner at one point and more likely to break.
👤It's a magnesium fire starter kit. If you don't know, you have to remove magnesium from the block and then hit the flint side with sparks to ignite it. It's up to you to find and build a fire from dry tinder. You get three fire starting kits for the price of one. It comes with a chain and a scraper that works well. I made a fire on the first try, but I'm not a survivalist. This one is on the money since similar kits seem to come for $5/piece. The magnesium block has a protective paint that you need to remove first. I can pack one of these kits away, unused, in my kit for that bad day, without worrying that it will go bad on me, because it's not in the way. It works as advertised.
👤These aren't meant to replace lighters or matches, but to serve as a safe and always-there camping or survival pack item. It's not safe to leave a butane lighter in a pack or vehicle because they can leak or get overheated. It takes time and practice to get magnesium fire starters to work. First of all, if you think the Friendly Swede fire starters don't work, you need to remove the protective coating from the flint and magnesium block before you can get a decent fire starter. It takes practice to get the right angle and pressure when striking a spark. Before you start a fire, make sure to have all your fire-making materials on hand. You can light small twigs with a 25-cent pile of shavings, but you really need to build up to it. Good kindling can be done with pine duff, bark shavings, wood shavings, dried moss, and rotten wood. If you have something better or easier to use, you don't have to use the tool. A good sharp knife can be used to strike a spark and get shavings. It's a good thing that the tool is there in case you don't have a knife. Sometimes a lighter or matches just don't work or the flame doesn't last long enough or burn hot enough, and it's hard to get marginal burning materials going. A double-sized pile of magnesium shavings can burn for a while, but it will be very hot, which can overcome damp kindling. If you go outside on a non-windy day, you can gather some kindling and small pieces of wood, and use the fire starter to start a fire. You will have a better idea of what to expect and how to do it when you know what to expect, which is a better way to go than to wait until the snow falls and try to figure it out. The fire starter won't go bad if the flint and magnesium are exposed. The Friendly Swede's emergency fire starter is inexpensive and comes with three complete blocks, tools, and chains. I gave one to my spouse, and the third one is going into our truck's little first aid kit. I am not associated with The Friendly Swede, but I love their products and always keep an eye out for them, especially when they come out with something new. The last thing I bought from them was a mini-kit of carabiner grenade survival gear.
A great survival tool is a bush-craft. The ultimate emergency lesson. The CHOKTAW Rope is highly resistant to water, wind, and weather and is easy to light in all weather conditions. They have everything you need for lighting your fire, from simple matches, lighters, and flint strikers to TITAN Survival's SurvivorSteel ferro-Rod. It is easy to use, simply pull the strands apart into a small bird's nest or shave a small section off into a pile with your knife. A small pile of rope burns for 1-2 minutes, greatly increasing your fire-building success rates. The Rope is made from the same material used in the U.S. Embassy Survival Kits around the world. It is wind- resistant, waterproof, and ignites easily even on windy days. Adding this rope fire-tinder to your kit will help you prepare for a disaster. You will be prepared for any situation. Their waterproof tinder works in a variety of scenarios. You should add it to your backpacks, camping gear, bug-out bags, and vehicles. The TITAN PROMISE. If you're not happy with their products, they will give you a full refund. No questions asked. They are confident in the quality of their products.
👤The fire tinder is great. I needed to replenish in the past. It's made of jute and an scuplture with a coating to keep it together. If you know how to use it, it is very convenient. I keep it in my fire kit. The rope burns a long time. Even in wet conditions, you can cut a small piece off and use it in a birds nest. I am very pleased with this product.
👤I think they are pricey, even though you can shred/shave them to extend their uses. They can reduce the price on them by cutting down on the packaging. I was able to get my going after I tested them out twice.
👤The product worked as advertised. I used my ferro rod to ignite the piece I cut and broke up. It burned well in the wind. It burned long enough to start a fire. I was definitely satisfied with my purchase.
👤A ferro rod is best friends. It ignites easily. Can be used in small strands as a source of ignition for other materials that do not light as easily or larger groups of strands can be used to provide larger flames with more burn time.
👤Awesome stuff will last a long time if used correctly. It's a must have in the bag.
👤I used a piece of Jute rope that was about the size of a couple of gum drops. I threw my flint in my "hobo stove" after I struck it a few times and it started to warm up. It makes me feel like I can start a fire.
👤Good packaging for a well made product. The value is good for the money. They were included in my bag.
👤Great stuff! It works well.
There are 6 x Wax Infused Natural Hemp Cords and 6 x aluminum bellows. The fire starters are not included. You can start a campfire, grill or camping with bayite ferro Rods kits. The firestarter rope is made from high quality, wax infused jute ropes. The sparks of ferro rods cause them to ignite. Remove the braided fire rope and make a small piece of it. If you strike the ferro rod, it will ignite. The roofer is a fire starter. You can start a fire whenever you need it with the proprietary wax- infused natural hemp cord. The fire starter sticks are easy to carry. You only need to use a little bit at a time, a single rope stick lasts a long time. A standard size tinder rope is 2X the size. The dimensions are 6.3 x 0.79 inches.
👤I have been using the Bush craft survival rope to start fires in the backyard for several weeks now. The rope was working well with the warm weather. It would start to burn quickly. I left the rope outside in a tin box and when I tried to start it it took more attempts than it used to. I would recommend it. To start the fire, loosen up the string and cut the ends. There is no need for a lighter. It starts right away.
👤Works well. You can use a small amount of Jute at a time and keep a few small pieces handy to use with your spark tool. If you make a small strand with a knife or stone, it will catch a spark and burn long enough for you to light your tinder bundle. This was an ok price for a material that might be cheaper elsewhere. I think the jute will last for a while. It's more convenient that it's not fragile and doesn't break.
👤This is the best. The rope is soaked in liquid parafin and is inexpensive. I removed a small ball from my knife. It erupted in flames after a few sparks. It burned for a short time, enough for small twigs to start building my fire. If it gets wet, shake it off and get rid of the hair ball. It catches fire quickly. I took electricians tape and wrapped my rope pieces to keep them from twisting. They are easy to pack next to your ferro rod. You are ready to leave.
👤I bought these at the end of September to give to my family. I went to open the box and get these ready, but I found 3 moldy ropes. It was gross. They have been in a semi finished basement with no issues with water or mold, and the box has no visible water marks or anything. I took pictures but didn't post because I know it will be at the top of the reviews and I'm sure this is a great product if you don't have this faulty batches. You should open the box upon receipt if you are planning on using these in the future. I will be throwing these out and ordering from somewhere else. It was pretty disappointing. What a waste.
👤The product works well with a magnesium fire starter. I was able to make a steady fire even in the wind. Backpackers who have a hard time kindling a fire because of the conditions would be highly recommended.
👤It is very easy to use. A small piece that has been damaged will light and burn long enough to light your ferro and strikers. You only need one of the three supplied to keep things light.
👤I like them a lot. I'm going to add to my kit. They will work well.
👤This will be a life saver for a long time. It is worth the small amount of money it costs. It's a must have in your survival arsenal.
We care about you and your loved ones and your voice drives them to be the best. The Emergency Weather Radio has an 18-month warranty. If you don't like the weather radio, they will give you a solution, such as a refund or replacement. Their customer service is always available for you. No risk for your purchase. The fire starter is by Bushcraft Surge. The ferro rod fire starter throws sparks to start the fire. The extra large fire starter bristle is a waterproof fire starter. It is easy to use, it ignites from the sparks of the ferro rod. 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. You can either carry it in your pack or wear it around your neck. Great for backpacking, hiking, 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.
It can be started quickly, lasts for a long time, and has no strange smell. It's a great weapon for camping, emergency rescue signals, family barbecues, and bonfire parties. If you have it, you will have a pleasant outdoor experience. It's lightweight and durable and has a replaceable threaded rod. It's ultra-portable for pocket and neck carry. Its weight is 0.7ounce and it is 3.6 x 0.4 x 0.4 inches. A protruding connection design makes the exposed part easier to ignite. The sawteeth and blade are prone to sparks. A great survival tool is a bush-craft.
👤The rod is replaceable and works as long as you use anything other than the supplied strikers. The handle portion is small and difficult to hold, but it is compact and looks nice. So happy for small victories. If you are looking for a ferro rod that is easy to transport, it is hard to find one in the right place. Take it with a grain of salt.
👤The parts fit together. They don't look cheap. It was good for the price. If you want a small fire starter, this is a good option. The compass is a bonus. This is more of a backup option. If you want to use it on purpose and often, you should get one of the large 5 or 6 inch rods so you can blast out a bigger stream of sparks when you are stuck with tinder which is less than perfect. The big ones are easier to target than the smaller ones.
👤These are small fire starters that you can carry with you. It's small enough to be tucked away in a rucksack or put in a car, but not so small that you have to remember to use it. I keep a fire starter in my camp stove and pot so I don't have to worry about forgetting it.
👤The head of a pencil eraser is the size of the compass. One of them is tilted. If the compass is important to you, don't buy these. Rods are a good size for hanging off a belt loop.
👤I haven't used them yet. They're a good size for survival bags. There is enough room inside to hold some items. There is a large hole for paracord.
👤The overall feel and looks are very good, however the generation of sparks is less than my other fire starters'. I will keep it in my daypacks.
👤I was able to make a camp fire with these, but they are only used for emergency use.
👤They aren't the best and they aren't the worst. You have to have a sharp 90 degree and bare down to get good sparks, because you have to get the coating off of them before you strike.
The real test is up to 12,000 strikes. The dimensions are 3.1” L x 0.75” W x 0.4” D. It's easy to use, hold metal against the flint rod, apply pressure along the rod to create sparks, and then ignite the tinder. It isdurable: The flint-based bar will last for multiple strikes and the strikers are built into the cap to protect the flint. It is possible to achieve dependability. UST Wetfire is one of the ignites. LIABLE: sparks are generated in rain, wind and other weather conditions
👤My boyfriend thinks he can live off the grid. I bought him this to start his bag. He messes with it all the time, he says it works. If he needs to use this for survival, it will work for lighting papers on fire in the kitchen.
👤I bought several flint rods to see which one I like the best. This one is my favorite. It slides together to protect the flint, and the combo includes steel so that you don't have to use a knife or another item to create a spark. Excellent spark can be created wet or dry by this thing. If you blow it off with your mouth, it will dry and you will be back in business. I use Jute Twine dipped in parafin wax to make a nice flame that lasts about a minute, which should give me plenty of time to start a fire. The twine dipped in wax is waterproof. The items can be picked up at a store. I uploaded a video of this.
👤The first ferrocerium rod I ever owned was the UST rod. I bought it at Walmart. I still use my old one, it served me well and still is my pocket carry of choice. I discovered while teaching children fire starting techniques that they could use my little UST successfully. Since I teach Wilderness Survival and do a lot of training, I ordered three more of these, but they just can't spark like the older one. The rod is made from something. I can't recommend this rod to you or the new ones, unless UST can restore my faith in their product, and I can't use this rod for training purposes either.
👤The tool has good and bad aspects. I've bought these combo's before. I used this one on a neck chain. It's main feature is that it is self contained and protected from the corrosive effects of the salt in perspiration. Perspiration will cause a ferro rod to rust. I use a lanyard to pull the two parts apart. The highly visible orange color is another plus. It is easy to mix dark colored equipment with the natural debris when starting a fire at dusk or in difficult conditions. Even in the best conditions, this can happen. The rod and strikers are small and aukward to use. It is necessary to get up close and personal with the tinder because it is not a big spark generator. The ferro rod needs to be positioned so that you don't strike your knuckle with each attempt. I haven't found the best technic yet. This set requires practice. The strikers are better than the loose ones because they work better. The plastic housing/handle has some measurement on the inch or so of metal. I don't know if I will ever use them. The ferro rod in this set works well. When sparks are struck, some material can be removed from the rod. It takes more than normal force to generate sparks. The knuckle busting comes in. I ordered another one for my kit, but I couldn't get any sparks from it. Amazon is a great place to return things. There is a lanyard with the set. It is not a bank line. It's good for what it does. This will help you make a decision.
30 days free replacement and 1-year service for any quality problem is an excellent after sale service. Email them for help. Made in America. The Triple pak can be used to protect your home, work and automobile. Most people spend most of their time in these locations. The Fire Starter is always close to hand. Even in the dead of winter, the wood hands are made for sure grip. In an emergency situation, the handle can be used to make dry tinder. Striker and scalpel are made of hardened steel and are not meant to cut your skin. It's better than your knife or hack-saw blade. The magnesium rod and hardwood handle were easy to scratch. The hot sparks were created by this strikers, not a ruler or bottle opener. The super IOR FERRO ROD was made in Austria. ferrocerium is produced by a century of craftsmanship and high tech expertise. Thousands of first strike fire starts are ensured by a shower of hot sparks. Even in the worst of conditions, a burst of intense heat and flame can be created by military grade magnesium bromide. Their magnesium was easily removed using the hardened steel strikers and hot sparks from the flint.
👤You get 3 of the Trekkers. You also get a baby fire fly. It is perfect for hiking. I pulled one of the Trekkers out of the package and the ferro rod started to fire. This is a great product. I think the only negative about this bundle package is that it could have had one Trekker and one Fire Fly, but it would have been enough. I will probably give one or two of the Trekkers away as a gift, or I will never need another fire starter for the rest of my life. The Trekker has a magnesium rod that is about 1/3” to 1” in diameter. The package is sealed in a bag with all the fire starters and has their own strikers.
👤I look for products made in the USA. I use this fire starter to light my fireplace. They are made to do the job. If you are in an emergency situation, this is the one I want with me. I keep one in my truck, one in the backpack, and one at the house.
👤These are easy to strike and work well.
It is a nice survival tool for many outdoor activities, such as camping, hiking, backpacking, picnics and more, which can help you start fire easily and quickly. Start a fire quickly under any weather conditions. The fire tinder is made from wood fiber and wax. The mini ferro rod has sparks from it that can light a fire very quickly. It's best to build a big fire quickly. Depending on how much you use, this kit can light up to 5 fires. When you need a bigger fire, burn 3 - 7 minutes per pinch. There is a correlation and light weight. The pocket fire starter kit is recommended for both beginners and experts. It was easy to use. There will never be a shelf life. The survival pack has no chemical agents and is a safe, sustainable fire starter. It is safe to handle. The SATISFACTION GUARANTEED is made in the USA. It is a great gift for anyone interested in outdoor activities.
👤I contacted the creator of Fire Light and asked if the container should be empty. The answer was no. He sent a refill bag to make up for the mistake. That is customer service. I know the product works perfectly, as I had a tin that lasted me years, but finally finished. This was a replacement for my backpack. The tin and fire starting tool are nice, but my tin came empty. No fire tinder of any kind.
👤The size of a mint can. There is stuff with flame starter material. It gets the job done for its small size. I didn't know that the rod holder was a whistle. It's great for the event.
👤It works like a charm. It is easy to ignite and burn. I like the ferro rod.
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. High quality all weather fire starter is weather resistant. Strikes up to 15,000 times to make a fire when you want or need it most. The Magnesium fire starter stick, large scraper, compass, whistle and lanyard are all in one. It's convenient and compact. The fire starter rod can fit in cars, survival kits, and camping gear.
👤Great starter! The whistle is loud and the compass is perfect. I'm not sure if others are using it correctly. I warn you that it will not work without a little common sense, but it comes with a set of directions. This thing is pretty durable. I dropped it from a high point and it survived. It's easy to handle and it's bigger than the picture shows. The only thing I would recommend is to remove the cheap rope and put some paracord on it.
👤I love this fire starter. We have a lot of campfires in our backyard fire pit, and it's been fun practicing different ways to start a fire. I bought this to use for camping, but it turns out we use it at home as well. It's easier than matches once you get used to it. We live in a windy area, and matches tend to blow out as soon as we strike them. I tried a smaller product that was similar to the one I tried. The larger size makes it easier to use. I get a lot of magnesium off. If you're having trouble getting it to work, try taking the strikers off the string. Just practice!
👤I usually don't use a firestarter, but I do include a fresh Bic in my bag in case the normal one runs out of fluid. I haven't used one since I was in the Scouts, so I purchased this out of curiosity. It took a bit of work to remove the coating, but once done, I was treated to a pretty impressive spark. I was able to catch a small amount of dry grass on fire without having to remove any magnesium from my bag which is a bonus since this is more of a last ditch item. The lanyard allowed me to secure it within my bag without having to worry about things getting spread out. The included compass seems to work well, but it requires me to tap on it a few times. I will not knock off the rating for that, as I forgot it was included on the device until I received it. It took a while for the whistle to figure out. I'm worried that I may have offended the neighbors when I got it to work at 11pm. The seller e-mailed me with instructions before I received it, and the instructions included in the package were the same. It's something that I appreciate from sellers as the process of purchasing on Amazon feels impersonal. I would recommend it to anyone who needs a firestarter. It takes up very little bag space and works well.
👤Works well. It was easy to start a fire within a minute. For the people who complain about the whistle. I can't imagine how weak their lungs are. It is very loud. I am not complaining because the compass seems to point in the same direction as my real compass, and it works perfectly. 5/5 And. When I need a new one, I will buy again.
Survival fire starter sticks products from The Atomic Bear. In this article about survival fire starter sticks you can see why people choose the product. Fiber Light Fire Starters and The Friendly Swede are also good brands to look for when you are finding survival fire starter sticks.
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