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WAOAW Fire Starter Kit with Compass and Whistle - Emergency Magnesium Survival Fire Starter Flint by WAOAW after CC $7.28

jpkneifl 140 55 August 15, 2016 at 06:48 AM in Sporting Goods (3) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by jersharocks August 29, 2016 at 08:14 AM
Excellent Survival kit tool!!!

https://www.amazon.com/WAOAW-Fire...B01HAXM2QE

Coupon code: BCISSN7M

Final price: $7.28
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OP, have you used this tool before?
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I miss Meritline
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Quote from umrdyldo View Post :
I miss Meritline
Is it dead or what? I used to buy stuff from there few years ago. Never of it heard since then
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What's next?
Zombie repellent?
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Quote from umrdyldo View Post :
I miss Meritline
If I'm gonna by Chinese made gadgets and drawer fillers they better cost $0.99 and take two weeks to get here!

Me too.
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#8
Ask yourself this:

Do you REALLY want to stake your life on cheap Chinese junk sold by folks spamming SD and Amazon? Really?

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OP, have you used this tool before?
Um no, he's a spammer. You've been here since 2007? Dang.
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Quote from TsKarma View Post :
OP, have you used this tool before?
If he did...it was because they got it free in trade for spamming websites.
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Humanity has been striving for millennia to develop a reliable and portable way to quickly make fire. That quest has pretty much reached its zenith with the humble Bic Mini lighter. It's never let me down and even if you unexpectedly run out of butane fuel while in the field, the flints will still throw a spark, which is all these firesteels do. As a means to make fire, the disposable butane lighter kind of defines the term "mature technology".

I own several ferrocerium rods and magnesium firestarters, along with all manner of bushcrafty tinder aids like wax impregnated cotton balls and even char cloth. I've diligently taught myself how to start fires with them (in my backyard). But in all the years I've been backpacking, canoe tripping and bicycle touring, I've never had to use them. Lighters and even matches are just too darn convenient and reliable.

A whistle, on the other hand, is a really important thing to have in a survival kit or whenever you travel into the backcountry.
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Last edited by majorhavoc August 15, 2016 at 04:26 PM
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Humanity has been striving for millennia to develop a reliable and portable way to quickly make fire. That quest has pretty much reached its zenith with the humble Bic Mini lighter. It's never let me down and even if you unexpectedly run out of butane fuel while in the field, their flints will still throw a spark, which is all these firesteels do. The disposable butane lighter kind of defines the term "mature technology".

I own several ferrocerium rods and magnesium firestarters, along with all manner of bushcrafty tinder aids like feather sticks and even char cloth. I've laboriously taught myself how to use them (in my backyard). But in all the years I've been backpacking, canoe tripping and bicycle touring, I've never had to use them.

A whistle, on the other hand, is a really important thing to have in a survival kit or whenever you travel into the backcountry.
Are you preparing for naked and affraid ? It seems on the show people who don't bring fire starter kit take days to start a fire with by rubbing sticks or using using bow type of contraption.
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http://fakespot.com/product/waoaw...rter-flint


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Never heard of fakespot before, thank you for posting. I will use this to help me dig through the nonsense "honest review for free stuff" junk posts that are artificially ranking bad products on amazon.
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http://fakespot.com/product/waoaw...rter-flint


Grade: F
why does fakespot have any credibility? who watches the watchmen?
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#14
Or just keep an extra lighter with you 😏
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#15
What happened to the days when Meritline would sell crap like this for like 47 cents shipped, from china.
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