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A compact, durable, and effective life-saver.

You don't panic when an unexpected storm rolls in and puts a prompt end to your hike-out; you have a great tent, plenty of food and water, and the Ultimate Survival Technologies Strikeforce Firestarter. All surrounded kindle may be drenched, but the included non-toxic, odorless WetFire tinder wrapped and stored in the tinder compartment starts without hesitation. With a quick, hard strike, the large sparkbar puts out a hot spark that will have you warming your bones and food in no time.

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5 5

Perfect for any outdoor activity.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I originally bought this for the backpacking trip on the Teton Crest trail but now carry it pretty much anytime I am out in the wilderness. It creates a ton of sparks which makes getting your tinder going a cinch.

5 5

A Must Have

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is one piece of gear you should have any time you're in the backcountry. You never know what's going to happen out there and having this little guy lets you rest easy knowing you'll be able to get a fire going if you need to. The strikeforce throws a ton of sparks and the waterproof casing protects the whole set up and gives you something to hang on to when you're striking the sparkbar. There is also a little compartment that opens on the bottom of the spark bar where you can keep your tinder. An all around awesome little tool.

3 5

a little expensive

Seems a little expensive for what you get. I have a Magnesium bloc/flint combo, and I think it was under 10$. I got it from the local outdoors store. It does not have the fancy handles however!

a little expensive
5 5

Sparking

Great tool, I keep a little baggie of dryer lent with it. Spark on that lent and "Bam" fire! Good Stuff!!

5 5

Best one ive tried

This thing is much thicker than other fire steels. This makes it heavier but also makes it throw more sparks. It also makes it last longer, like forever almost. The striker works well but I cut it off and just use my knife now.

5 5

No pack should be missing this

I cary a striker and a magnesium stick on every backpacking excursion. Honestly the peace of mind knowing that I'm able to make a fire in an emergency is great in the back country. Lighter run out of fuel, matches get wet or break, but a good striker will see you through anything. I also carry one jar of Maya Dust (flammable wood chips) to ensure I always have dry tender. All in all if you're shopping for yourself or someone else no one should go without this essential.