About Light My Fire FireSteel 2.0 Fire Starter
Closeouts. Easily build a fire or start your stove in any weather with Light My Fire's FireSteel 2.0 fire starter thanks to its intense 5,400°F spark, plus there's a built-in emergency whistle should you get lost.
Specs about Light My Fire FireSteel 2.0 Fire Starter
- Material: Magnesium, steel and wood
- Weight: 0.8 oz.
- Dimensions: Whistle/steel striker: 2x1x1/2" (HxWxD), wood/magnesium: 3x3/4x3/4" (HxWxD)
- Made in Sweden
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by NattyBo from PA on Wednesday, April 2, 2014Simply the real deal. Bought some cheap Chinese "magnesium" ones off of Amazon then saw a video about how they will not work on Youtube. These however work great and at the price you can get one for every car, backpack, etc
Reviewed by The Hiking Engineer from Indiana on Wednesday, March 19, 2014The FireSteel arrived as promised, looked exactly as pictured. The whistle provides a loud high pitched sound and there are plenty of sparks when I tested it. I only briefly tested it and have not tried to use it to actually start a fire yet. It was purchased primarily to be part of my son's emergency kit for backpacking.
Reviewed by Smokey from Virginia on Wednesday, March 19, 2014I have tried this several times. I struck it, like, 100 times trying to light a pile of brush on fire. plenty of dry leaves, etc. Gave up and lit it with one swipe of a match. If starting a fire would save your life, you may be able to get it to light one for you, but I would bring a butane lighter or matches along just in case I found myself in that situation. It does shoot cool sparks all over the place, and for that it is kind of impressive.
Reviewed by Unitedpiloy from Colorado on Friday, March 7, 2014Got the fire starter for my boys and myself for camping and emergency use. It work great even wet and fun to use.
Recommend for campers, hikers, climbers, or anyone that wants a reliable way to start to a fire.
Reviewed by bdrivers from Tennessee on Sunday, March 2, 2014Recently bought this fire starter and brought it along on an overnight hike/camp. I will keep this tool in my pocket on every hiking or camping trip from here on out. It works great around the campsite and could even help save your life if situations take a turn for the worse.