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Lights without fail in the most intense conditions.

Take the Ultimate Survival Technologies Floating Lighter with you when you don't know what weather to expect on your camping, backpacking, boating, or hiking expedition. Its plastic case and o-ring seal make this lighter completely waterproof and buoyant so you don't have to get a new one if you drop it in a lake. You can pick it up straight out of the water and light it immediately thanks to the Piezo-electric ignition that lights up to 30,000 times without fail. In case wind is your problem, the catalyzer coil will ignite a flame that burns up to 20,000 degrees Fahrenheit and withstands winds up to 80 mph. The flame adjustment mixes oxygen with quadruple-refined butane fuel (not included) so you can start a fire in areas as high as 8000 feet.

  • Plastic case, nylon tank
  • Zinc die-cast windguard and lever
  • Piezo-electric Ignition
  • Withstands winds up to 80 mph
  • O-ring sealed cover with locking clasp

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Had some Trouble

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I had some trouble getting my butane to fill the lighter. But once it is filled, it works exactly as expected. In response to the earlier reviews,you'll need to play with the +/- to get the flame right (it wouldn't light for me at full power), but dial it in and leave it. Keep on eye on the fill level and you'll always have a flame.


Doesn't light... who knows if it floats.

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Butane just sprayed out the intake value... not going to pay to return cause i'll end up double the price on the lighter. think twice before you buy.


It floats!.... Too bad it doesn't light.

    Filled this thing up with fluid as per the instructions and never ever got it to light. Tried everything. Even called the manufacturer and they couldn't help me out either. Bummer.