It came well packaged in a waterproof bag that protects it from dust, crashes and posible water/humidity that can be dropped in there. It has a long strap that allows you to carry on a belt, your pocket, as a wristband or even a necklace.
When I first used it, I realized that you have to peel off the black matte paint coat that protects the sparkling ... Read more
The "wilderness wurvival fire sparkle and blade cutter tool" works good. The fire steel is made out of good material and works very good. I have to say, that the original "lite my fire" fire steels do work a little bit better, but not much. Maybe the sparks are burning a bit hotter.
But this fire steel works also very good and it ... Read more
Well, it makes useful sparks to fire up dry fibers (like silk cocoons) for example and set the fire even when this magnesium stick gets wet. Make sure you keep your burning materials dry and ready to use. Nothing that I'd notice now. Can fire up silk cocoons or other dry materials to start a fire. Make sure you learn basic survival techniques to use ... Read more
Good well built survival fire starter.
Good solid construction
Easy to get a spark Not really a con, but these starters take more effort than a gas lighter get a fire going.
I would recommend you practice using this to start a test fire at home before you take this out in the wilderness.
As above is easy to get a spark - but it naturally ... Read more
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