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WESTLAKE Set of Two Survival 5/16″ Ferrocerium (Ferro) Rods Flint Fire Starter Kits with Wood Handles and Steel Strikers
Ferrocerium rods are made from Iron, Magnesium and mostly of an alloy of rare earth metals called mischmetal with an excellent pyrophoric percentage (~98%). Compact, easy to, transport, and effective even in wet conditions.
These kits also include removable wood handles, carrying straps, and multi-functional carbon steel scrapers / strikers. The wood handle can be used as first starting material in case of emergency.
To start a fire, follow the steps below:
Prepare some kindling (withered grass, wood shavings, leaves, paper, etc.)
Slowly scrape some magnesium from the rod onto the kindling
Quickly scrape the lighter rod to create a spark onto the kindling
There is black protective coating on the rods. Scape off the coating before first use.
Rod Diameter: 5/16″
Rod Length: 5″ (with handle) 3.15″ (without handle)
Rod Weight: 2 oz each
Rod Material: Magnesium / Ferrocerium
Scraper Material: High-Carbon Steel
Scraper Dimensions: 2.95″(L) x 0.785″(W) x 0.05″ (Thick)
Two (2) 5/16″ x 3.15″ Ferrocerium Fire Starter Rods
Two (2) hardwood handles with straps
Two (2) Carbon Steel multi-functional strikers
Survival Fire Starter Product Features:
Get 2 fire starting kits, including 2 large Ferrocerium rods, wood handles, and steel strikers
Highly effective. Waterproof & Weatherproof, fits all weather, works in any weather condition. Perfect emergency fire starter kits for Bushcraft, Hiking, Hunting, fishing, EDC, Emergency, BBQ, camping, and more.
Ferrocerium Rods Length: 3.15″(8cm). Diameter: 5/16″(8mm). Large enough for a shower of sparks and small enough to carry
Hardwood handles provide a good grip. The handle can be also used to develope fire starting material in case of emergency
Comes with Carbon steel strikers, always be prepared to start a fire. The strickers have a multi-fuctional design includes scraper, flint striker, bottle opener, hex wrench, ruler, and map scale.