The Survivor Firestarter is the right tool for starting a fire in any weather. It is safe, simple, durable, and waterproof; perfect for every backpack, survival/emergency kit, and tackle box.
Starting a fire is easy: start a tinder pile around your kindling using dry grass, leaves, paper, pine needles, etc. Place the blade of the Firestarter on the flint and scrape in a downward motion so that the spark ignites the tinder. In rain and extreme temperatures, you can scrape the magnesium into shavings onto the tinder and then ignite a fire with sparks from flint. The flint from the magnesium will give you a flame over 5,000°F that will instantly ignite the tinder.
The Survivor Firestarter also has a built in compass on the bottom of the handle, and a temperature gauge on the side of the handle so it will help you find your way and make you prepared for any situation/ emergency.
Safe and easy to use, the Survivor Firestarter can be used with propane stoves and lanterns, BBQ pits, gas grills, campfires, and anywhere you need a reliable source of fire. An absolute must for campers, fishermen, hunters, hikers, military, and scout troops. Features and Specifications:
- Provides 20,000 strikes.
- Works even while wet
- A must for survival and emergency kits
- Great for any outdoor activity
- Safe; won't ignite in solid form
- Lightweight and compact
- Includes black plastic handle with nylon strap, striker, compass and thermometer.
- Ships in retail clamshell packaging with instruction card.