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. The set includes a premium Wood Handle ferro Rod 5/16” thick with strikers, 10 Quick Ignition Cotton Tabs and a storage pouch. Premium ferro rod throws over 5,500F sparks with every strike. ferrocerium and magnesium fire are always available. The shape and size of the ferro rod handle make it easy to grip. It is possible to ignite over 5,000oF of hot sparks in any weather and be sure to light fire. Hiking or camping is the best for emergency survival. They stand behind their product quality. Their commitment is to every customer. They will make sure to fix the issue if you are not 100% satisfied.
👤It's nice to have everything you need to start a fire. The tin will keep your material dry and the rod will spark under any conditions. If going into the woods, a back up should be part of the pack.
👤Sturdy and lights on the first strike. My 7yr old was able to create her own campfire as I taught her outdoor skills. I ordered another.
👤I will use this for camping. It's a great thing to have in a survival kit. The quality is excellent. You can't let go of this price.
👤Good value for money. A quality product that is easy to use and durable.
👤I am very pleased with this product. It worked well and exceeded my expectations. All that is needed is one strike.
👤It's easy to use and fits nicely.
Texas Bushcraft has a firestarter kit. The 4-piece set includes fire steel with a Striker, a paracord survival bracelet, and a pouch for collecting materials for starting a fire. A magnesium fire starter rod with a solid hardwood handle is part of the Reliable, Waterproof survival lighter. Even when wet, this 3/8” ferrocerium rod provides 15,000+ strikes. 5000 F degree sparks are created with ease. Prepare for sudden turns in weather by collecting and storing tinder. cowhide leather is used in their pouch. When cinched closed, it measures 15” flat and 7” wide. It is a handy pouch for wild things. The cordage between the survival bracelet and ferro rod lanyard is 12' of paracord. An extra pin is included in the bow shackle in case the other goes missing. 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE lets you buy with confidence. If you don't like the Texas Bushcraft Fire Kit, you can return it for a full refund. There were no questions and no quibbles.
👤I bought this because I wanted the draw string bag and ferro rod/striker. The most subtle quality about this set is that it is all done with firecraft cord. I wanted to add that specific cordage to this set. It was a delight to know that it is all made with the emergency paracord. If done correctly, this paracord is very effective in fire craft. I am proud that this is a local company. All items are worth a lot of money. Thank you.
👤I put the fire kit to use. The leather pouch is very good quality. The bracelet is not broken. The ferro rod was the only problem I had. The handle came loose after a few strikes. I told Texas Bushcraft what happened. They said that stronger glue would hopefully fix the problem. They created an order for a fire kit for me and shipped it out for free. Customer service in my book was outstanding.
👤This item is exactly what it is advertised for, so I can't say anything negative about it. Excellent quality and craftsmanship. I stuffed it with things I couldn't fit in the pouch. I guess I was a bit excessive in my firestarters. I would like a new model that is bigger and deeper for my fire making goodies, but other than that it's great.
👤What I enjoy. Your product was on time. I love 2 things. It is the first time a Bushcraft bracelet has been worn. I wanted the best. I think that's correct. Your wallet is handed down as well. As the rod and scraper look to be professionally put together. I will over all. You should be buying from them again. So thank you again. It was very much. Yakuman!! Nancy is my wife. I just use her account. Can't wait to see your stuff in my house boys.
👤Well made survival items. The handle and rod are well proportioned to fit your hand. The strikers are of good build quality and highly functional, but not cheap or flimsy. The paracord bracelet is the same as everyone else. The bag is made of high quality cowhide and will function as a knife sharpener in a survival situation.
👤I like this kit. I keep it in my computer bag so I can have it with me when I travel. I added a few more items to it. The Texas Bushcraft Fire Starter Survival Kit includes a fire starter, a tool, a bag, and a bracelet.
👤The kindling bag is made of genuine leather. Real leather! The fire starter is topnotch. Was disappointed by the bracelet. It's too large and uncomfortable for me because of the nature of a large range. My wrist was in the small end of the range, so maybe a smaller size would work better.
👤The Bushcraft kit is nice, and customer service was great, in responding to my concerns about the bracelet coming apart very easily, and they sent new on within a week or so, but the second bracelet was better.
It's suitable for emergency situations in sporting events and can be a gift for little children. The tool is the size of a pencil. A built-in fire starter, steel wool tinder compartment, glass breaker, and safety whistle are included. It's easy to carry on a lanyard, in a pocket, or in a pack with a small size and light weight. The aluminum construction is durable. The aluminum construction is durable.
👤This is garbage. Your arm will fall off if you fart louder than the whistle, and you won't get a single spark from the fire tool. You wear shoes on the glass breaker because you are born with two better ones. My knife collection has many fine SOG blades that were acquired over the years. This is the second time I've bought from SOG and been burned with a worthless product, so this will be my last purchase.
👤This thing is not real. The whistle is more like a dog whistle than a safety whistle. My wife's voice was louder than the whistle when I tested it against a normal adult voice. The glass breaker is useless because it is too short. It may work as a glassbreaker for a small hand. There is a The ferro rod. I have used ferro rods for 25 years. I 800-273-3217 The rod is THREADED into the handle. Yes, it is athreaded. I'm going to say that it's less than a third of an inch at the threads. I feel like if I put more pressure on it to get a better spark, it will snap off at the threads. It's supposed to have 3 useless functions. I own a lot of SOG products. A few fixed blades, a couple folders, a machete, a hatchet, a saw, a couple packs, and some other odds and ends. I've always been satisfied with the products. This one was a let down and a waste of money.
👤I want a tool whistle that works. This isn't it. I don't think I could find them if someone blew this in my igloo. It is an expensive piece of garbage. It was too cheap to waste time returning it. My first product. I think I'll stick with Leatherman. The fire stick and strikers are very cheap. The window breaker is small and I wouldn't want to risk my life on it. They give you a pill of steel wool for tender. It was made in China. I would not recommend this and would not buy it again. I contacted the person at SOG. They promised to send me two units to get a good one. They followed through. The replacement whistles did not work. Someone will make a useful tool with a whistle someday.
👤Normally SOG makes some good products, this thing is useless, the ferro rod is small and hard to hold on to, and the whistle could hardly be heard across the room. In a survival situation, I could figure out how to make it work. The glass breaker is not something I have tried. I would be surprised if I could get enough purchase to make it work. Very disappointed.
5ft Paracord gives you a good grip and never comes off. Always be prepared to start a fire with the bayite Striker-Pro strikers attached to the paracord. The bayite 6 Striking Edges Striker-Pro is made from tool grade steel and has a distinct hardness, which makes it great for both left and right hands. Don't use a bad quality knife. It won't produce enough sparks if it has insufficient hard blade. The ferrocerium rod is 4 cm in length. The diameter is 10mm. Large enough for a shower of sparks and small enough to carry. The ferrocerium rod is very effective. It works in any weather condition. 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.
👤This is a back-up fire starter for our camping trip to Boundary Waters Canoe Area. I am impressed with the amount of spark this thing throws. It is my primary fire starter now. If I could only take two items in a survival scenario, this would be #2. It's quality and ability to start a fire make it an insane value. I have gotten less in other products. * Even when your gear gets wet, this works. Keep some magnesium powder with you. * It is simple and predictable. My kids can use it. There is a * The thing is small and light so it won't bother you. * Excellent product/customer support was provided by the package. My own fault was the only flaw I had with it. The ferro rod has a protective coating that has to be removed before it will spark. It took me 4 seconds to realize that it was not a factor. I hope this helps you make an informed decision. There is a I lost my ferro rod. I was going to shoot a video of this thing in action, but I lost it on my last camping trip. I will order this one again, I love it so much. Other rods don't interest me after using this one. There are a lot of reviews against the strikers. The strikers may not be the most comfortable, but they are an intentionally engineered product. The steel in the strikers is a specific steel with a specific composition and hardness. A different strike may not produce the same sparks.
👤I like the paracord lanyard and the fero rod is a good size. I've read that the strikers are so-so. I only paid $9 for this thing and I can get past a mediocre strikers. If you're going to be in the woods, you should have a knife. I have some smaller fero rods that can be a bit awkward to use. The rod is easy to hold. I bought 2 of these for camping and a BOB so I can put them in my day pack and get home bag. It was worth every bit of $9.
👤I played around with it to get a feel for it. Some rods are better than others. I tried a dry cotton ball that I had pulled apart and made into a fluffy "nest" of sorts. The second was a piece of paper. I tried it against a pile of wood. They lit up pretty easily. If you know how to make a fire, it's not a big deal. If you're a learner, you can get yourself some book learnin' on the subject by sitting down with some good old fashioned youtube. Everyone should know how to make fires. A ferro rod is just one of many tools. I found the strikers to be sufficient but not perfect. If you are looking at these, you should have a sturdy knife with you. The strikers is less important if you have a good knife. I will keep them together because they are a decent little kit. It only took me a few flicks with the strikers to light the fires I had been trying to set. This rod is easy to use and durable. I know what to expect from this rod in the event that I ever need to use it. It's all you can ask of a ferro rod.
Dr Michael Nelson, DC is a pioneer in the field of functional medicine who is on a mission to improve your Mood, Mind and Body. Dr Nelson personally formulated and manufactured the entire line of Brain Bean products, based on clinical research, scientific studies and over 30 years of clinical experience. At Brain Bean, they always use the highest quality ingredients that are supported by science. Four Seasons Survival designed the spark- lite fire starter with the help of the Tinder-Quik Fire Tabs. It will work with other fire starting tools. The military uses the Fire Tabs around the world. They are made from cotton that is compressed. They will burn for 1-2 minutes. Fire Tabs are resistant to both wind and water. They will burn in the toughest environments.
👤There are other brands that push a different product that is oily and has rancid fats that burn your gear and skin. These are the real deal. They work and last for a long time. If you want to fit them in your gear, fluff them up and they will light up from anything other than a frensel lens.
👤I was able to make a fire in the grass. The bag was pulled out. I hit it with the ferro rod and it lit up.
👤It was pretty much cotton. A spark turns into a flame. Good enough.
👤I haven't used them yet but they look great. They will work great for camping and hunting. During the summer and fall, we do it all. Looking forward to using it.
👤The tip of my thumb is the same size as these things. If you want to save money, you should buy large cotton balls. Don't waste your money on this.
👤They work well. They are budget friendly and burn well.
LIABLE: The heat of ordinary matches is three times greater when it rains. The length of the ferro rod makes it easier to hold, and provides more striking surface for more sparks in a single pass. The strike across a larger surface contributes to a longer usable life. All parts are water resistant and come with a water proof carrying Pod. The key chain is made with high strength paracord. The paracord can be put into a full 10-foot (3.05 m) length with x7 inner cords. If you don't like their product, they will give you your money back, no questions asked. You can get more of their Cotton Tinder by searching on Amazon.
👤The product was presentable. They give you a lot of paracord with the attachment clip. The ferro rod is long. This is the only firestarter that I have found that is like this. I would buy this fire starter again because it works great. I highly recommend this!
👤I bought this fire starter for my son. The quality of the survival kit was very good. It causes a fire quickly. The extra cotton and waterproof holder was a great addition. My son was happy with the purchase.
👤I love the capsule which keeps the tinder dry. The long spark stick is limed by me. It works well.
👤Great spark, quick fires, with the right materials.
👤This is part of a bug-out system that I purchased. Everything is great. I have to separate the components because they make too much noise.
👤Awesome. The ferro rod and strikers were used.
👤It was Sturdy and performed exactly as promised.
👤The price is good for a small emergency camping kit. I used cotton tinders on my last camping trip and was amazed at how well they worked.
Natural plant fibers such as ramie, sisal, and jute are used as raw materials for the wax-dipped rope. It does not feel greasy. It is not easy to extinguish when the wind blows, and it is more wind resistant than ordinary rope. There are 8 fire ropes in the package, one burning for about 25 minutes. A total of 60 minutes can be burned with the rope, which is composed of 4 thin ropes. One method is to twist the rope into a bundle, then use fire starter sticks, ferro rod, flint, match, and lighter to ignite the rope as an igniter. It is possible to light the twine directly and use it as a torch or candle. The product is waterproof and can be used in extreme weather. It can be used in humid rain forests. 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.
👤I gave the Cub Scouts some of the Goldace fire starter rope for their class and they were using it to start their fire. The product was easy to cut off. It takes a little time to get it down to fuzzy fiber. I'm a little sticky from the wax. They were trying to get their birds to light up, so I was liking everything. Several of the boys had issues and even though they had hot glowing charcloth the fiber just didn't want to leave. It took me a while to get it. I've lit hundreds, if not thousands of fires, so it wasn't my first time. One of the leaders had better luck and was able to leave quickly. We didn't know what the deal was. I'm not sure, I'm not going to blame the product yet, but I'm going to try it again at our next camp out after the holidays and see if I have better luck. I won't say it was this product, but it just didn't seem to want to flare up like I'd expect from a survival product. I've built thousands of fires over the years.
👤They start a fire. One whole piece can be used to remove the end or strand from the main twist. I struck the fibers with a flint after opening them. It was enough to ignite the twig stove. When wet, it worked.
👤It was easy to make a fire when you tried one out. It was hard for me to rub sticks together.
👤My son is having a great time getting the outdoor fire pit going with these.
👤It's nice to have these handy when you're trying to start a fire.
👤It works well! It is easy to use and effective. I need to have an additional container for storage of what is not in my pack because the packaging isn't easy to re-close.
👤The fat rope has more wax than the others. They are harder to light with a ferro rod.
👤The rope wouldn't catch fire because we followed the instructions.
All of their products are made in the USA. Firestarting with a single spark is quick and easy with the waterproof wax infused natural hemp cord fire tinder. It works with any fire starter. The natural hemp cord works in all weather conditions. You can twist and separate the fibers of the tinder wick to make it fluffy when you light it. Then watch the sparks of the fire starter ferro rod ignite. Once you have finished using the flame, put it in the bellow. 60 minutes of burn time. The total length is 15.7". The aluminum bellows can be used to snuff out flames. It lasts longer than you think. Lengthy aLUMINUM SLEEVE: The length is called Bellow Length. It's exactly 3.74 inches, that's enough to keep you away from the flame. The bellow is made of aluminum and designed to quickly cool and diffuse the flame. To control burn rate or to extinguish the quick flame, the bellow slides along the rope. 2* Wax Natural Fire Tinder Cords, 2* aluminum bellows and a friendly customer service are what you will get. DeBizz is ideal for communicating outdoors. Let them know if you're not happy with DeBizz. They will fix it.
👤I was looking at fire-lighting tools for both backpacking and bug-out bag, and came across this tool. The description was too good to be true. After spreading the threads and using a spark, the rope caught and gave a great flame, like a match which can be used to light most anything. I haven't tried it on a Coleman lantern yet, but don't expect any problems. Forget except a backup. There are other things like t-shirt etc. This can be your go to starter.
👤I never used this type of product before. After figuring out the best way to land, work is fine. Press the rod vertically into it, and then straight down. The tube was used to control the flame. I used a short and inexpensive rod to press the rod into the fluffed section. 6 in a row once the technique was figured out.
👤The pirate matches catch a spark from a ferro rod, but burn slowly.
👤We were looking for an easy to use fire starter that we could use for camping.
👤The scissors are nice.
👤It works well. I have one in my vehicle and camping gear. You never know when you need it.
👤My husband received this for Christmas. It was very easy to use and we used it at the last campout.
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 is a must have for your survival kit. It's a perfect emergency fire starter for Bushcraft, Hiking, Camping, Hunting, Fishing, EDC, Back packing, Boy Scout, BBQ, Gas Camp Stoves and so on. Unique square design. The 6 inch square magnesium fire starter has high resistance and more surface contact on striking, so be prepared to start fire, and the 16 inch wrist paracord gives you a good grip. DeBizz ferro rod is the best ferro rod for its balance between strength and softness. You can throw a 5000oF shower of molten sparks at any altitude. The ferro rods will be able to provide 20,000 strikes. The camping gear can be extended to 19 inch to protect your face from getting smokey and burnt. The length of the item can be shortened to make it easier to store and carry. The oxygen should be blowing into the center of the fire. The flint fire starter is made of ferrocerium, magnesium and mischmetal. With waterproof and windproof, you can easily see molten sparks in any weather. The fire starter is the best choice. What you'll get is a 6 inch ferro rod fire starter, a paracord wrist landyard, a collapsible pocket fire bellow, and a multi-tool striker. The camping emergency fire starter kit is ideal for communicating outdoors. Let them know if you are not happy with DeBizz. They will fix it.
👤The kit works. I used magnesium to start a small fire in my firepit and it worked great. I was able to blow on the embers with the help of a metal tube. I have never used something like this before. I will keep this in my glove box in case my car breaks down and I need to stay warm. I don't like something about this kit. The kit comes with a patch for the American flag, but I don't think it's a real flag. Someone with no graphics skills came up with a divisive emblem because they couldn't think of a good logo to show support for police officers. Until 1968, it was a crime to deface the American flag in this country, and I believe the addition of the thin blue line makes that happen. Each time someone waves that thing, they disrespect the soldiers who fought so hard to protect this country. The Flag Protection Act of 1968 was passed by Congress and prohibits the burning of the flag. Although it is part of federal law, it is not enforced because it is unconstitutional in the U.S. Everything else that came with the kit worked as it should. There were no complaints. I would take the fake flag out if one thing could be changed.
👤This is a fire starter kit, it comes with everything you need to start a campfire or get some heat going in an emergency. The extendable "bellows" can get your fire going a lot faster and should be in every kit, as it has the usual strikers bar along with a hemp cord that can be used like a match or kindling to get started. I would only use this in an emergency and I am giving this 5 stars.
👤Well thought out items. The ferro rod is a good size and will last a long time. Good sparks are thrown by it. To prepare the flat surface. There are lines that are not straight. The maximum amount of spark will not be available until the lines are leveled down. The ferricium rods have a black coating. Every time you use a ferro rod, you need to use a few scrapes to clear the black. That is normal. I like the way the tube is extended. It's just a radio antenna. It's strong enough to hold up. I don't fear failure in the wilderness. The carry tube is made of plastic. The "straw" will be protected by it. There is a way to put the straw in the tube. The small end of the straw should be placed at the top. When the bottom cap is pressed, the straw expands it. This makes a snug fit. The straw will not fall out. The spine of a knife is the best way to strike ferro rods. I don't like the small strikers. The strikers is a little thicker and better than most. It works. I will use it.
👤It was hard to get good sparks from this heavy piece of metal. I had high hopes, but they were not worth it. The bellows worked well, not the fero rod.
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.
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