Ultimate Survival Strike Force Fire Starter – Black

$29.95 $24.99

Generates sparks in adverse weather conditions
• Includes 2 pieces of Light-Me Tinder in storage compartment
• Ignites a wide range of tinder
• Extra lanyard hole for additional attachments
• Striker is built into the detachable cap to protect flint and prevent unintended sparks

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Description

SPECIFICATION

  • Material, Flint Unit: 0.5-inch diameter flint bar embedded in ABS case
  • Material, Tinder: Trade secret material
  • Length (closed): 5 inches
  • Weight: 3.7 ounces
  • U.S. patent # 5,279,628
  • Made in: China

The Ultimate Survival Strike Force™ Fire Starter Everyone who goes outside should have a fire starter. Why not carry the one packed by those most at risk of facing extreme conditions?

The patented StrikeForce® is an exceptional all-weather fire starting system. The system combines in one compact, durable package a special alloy flint bar, hardened steel striker, and revolutionary WetFire™ tinder.

Scraping the striker down the flint generates a spark three times as hot as a standard match to ignite easily any dry tinder material. Or, use the included WetFire™ tinder which burns at more than 1300 degrees. Nontoxic, odorless, and smokeless, the tinder actually burns longer when wet!

When conditions are at their worst you can count on StrikeForce® to make a warming fire. It also is a safe and easy lighter for backpacker stoves or barbecues.

At less than four ounces, a StrikeForce® is an essential tool which should be in the pocket of everyone who does anything outside.

The name “StrikeForce” is registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, No. 5,279,628.

Generates sparks in adverse weather conditions
• Includes 2 pieces of Light-Me Tinder in storage compartment
• Ignites a wide range of tinder
• Extra lanyard hole for additional attachments
• Striker is built into the detachable cap to protect flint and prevent unintended sparks

Open case and hold metal striker against flint rod.
2 – Apply pressure along rod to create sparks.
3 – Direct sparks downward onto prepared surface to ignite tinder.

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