The Way Our Ancestors Started Fires
Fire Starter Flints were used by our ancestors and are still superior to lighters, zippos, matches, even butane torches in a survival situation.
Using a Ferro Rod to start a fire instead of matches allows you to get up to 30,000 sparks from one single rod.
A Fire Flint can get wet and still work, while matches are ruined.
Built-In Tinder Keychain
Waterproof Tinder holder lets you bring dry kindling to damp situations.
Compact cottons fibers Ignite quickly.
Has a key ring so you can put it on a key chain.
Emergency Whistle and Paracord
An emergency bear whistle is attached to 5 feet of braided paracord. This strong lanyard comes in handy should you ever break a shoelace while you're hiking or need to hang something.
You can get a great grip on this scraper allowing for a nice shower of sparks.
Your scraper can also double as a ruler, a wrench, and a bottle opener.