Compact fire starter designed to light fires in any conditions
Provides 3,000-degree C spark in any weather, at any altitude
Ideal for lighting campfires, stoves, and gas barbecues
Striker lights up small piles of dry grass, paper, and other flammables
Lasts for 12,000 strikes; approved by International Survival Instructors Association
Imported from USA
Originally developed for the Swedish Department of Defense, the FireSteel is a flash of genius. The FireSteel is
intended to replace matchbooks, lighters, and other fire starters, providing a 3,000-degree C (5,432-degree F) spark
that makes it easy to build fires in any weather, at any altitude. The FireSteel is a breeze to use: just pile up a
small quantity of dry grass, paper, or other flammable material, and then force the included striker down the FireSteel.
The resulting spark will create a fire even when wet, letting you light campfires, stoves, and gas barbecues at a
moment's notice. Used by a number of armies around the world, the FireSteel's dependability has already made it a
favorite of survival experts, hunters, fishermen, and campers. It's also found its way into cabins and backyards as a
foolproof fire-starting tool for tough conditions. You can even use the bright spark as an emergency signal.
This Army version of the FireSteel, which comes in several handle colors, is designed to last for 12,000 strikes and is
approved by the International Survival Instructors Association.
About Industrial Revolution
Founded in 1971 as Uco Corporation in Redmond, Washington, Industrial Revolution has been a supplier of high-quality
equipment to the outdoor industry. The company is known in particular for its outstanding line of beautiful and
functional candle lanterns. In 2004, the company began selling its Play and Freeze ice-cream maker, a ball that allows
users to participate in the ice-cream-making process by shaking and rolling the ball itself. In 2008, Industrial
Revolution merged with longtime partner Pedco, a manufacturer of small, lightweight camera tripods.