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Start a fire no matter what.
An unexpected rain storm dampened all your backpacking gear and all the wood you can find. Because the nearest town is more than a day away, you can simply whip out the Adventure Medical All-Weather Fire Cubes for a quick and easy way to warm yourself up and dry all your gear. These waterproof cubes will ignite under any condition so you know you can always rely on it, and the included Fire Lite Striker provides up to 5,000 sparks to help you start the fire. This pack of cubes will help you start up to forty-eight fires.
- Non-toxic, odorless, and smokeless
- Starts up to 48 fires
- Includes Fire Lite Striker
- Item #AMK000F
- Q & A
Just in case
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I keep a few of these in my first aid kit, they work great with wet kindling/wood.
Comes with quiet a few
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Works great! Comes with enough to last a while!
SOL All Weather Fire Cubes
Adventure Medical expert and professional adventure racer, Kyle Peter, tells you about our HOT new SOL All-Weather Fire Cubes.
Simple and smart
I have used these to boil water and to start a fire. Seriously, I boiled water off one cube above 10000 ft in the wind rivers. You can get almost anything started on fire with one of these. Damp kindling.... No problem. The fire started is nice but I always have numerous lighters with me.
I used these this weekend in the windrivers to boil water... well sort of. It was in the low to mid 30's and humid I used one cube under my gsi minimalist pot and just over 2 cups of water. The water came very close to boiling but never quite got there. A better rock ring might have helped. As far as starting a fire... amazing. just a few shaving and you can get anything going.
Here's what the Adventure Medical Fire Cube looks like as you casually gather tinder to fuel your blaze.
This also gives you a reference as to the size of the cube.
What the heck....
...does a fire cube look like, anyway?
Well, now you know!
TSA, silly spellcheck
Are these permitted by TEA on airplanes?