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Litake Magnesium Survival Fire Starter $4.8 @amazon.com

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Litake Magnesium Survival Fire Starter with Compass and Whistle - 2 Pack.
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DAYJBTQ5 works for me.
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Cheap chinese knockoff company giving a "discount code" to trick you into thinking it's a deal. All 4 reviews are recent and likely fake or given for free product.
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I guess this is for Slickdeals reunion on Naked & Afraid?
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Cheap chinese knockoff company giving a "discount code" to trick you into thinking it's a deal. All 4 reviews are recent and likely fake or given for free product.
why not when you can get a $5 prime now credit for no rush shipping????
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Hm. Doesn't seem like a lot of magnesium on these. You can get a much bigger solid chunk of it in the mag firestarters at HF for less than $2, and still get a freebie item on top of that.

https://www.harborfreight.com/mag...66560.html
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Cheap chinese knockoff company giving a "discount code" to trick you into thinking it's a deal. All 4 reviews are recent and likely fake or given for free product.
Its a magnesium rod, almost everything is made in China...... Its under $5 which makes it cheaper than the cheapest one I seen on amazon currently. Is it that slick of a deal no its only like a 25 cent difference.

Still trying to figure out how anyone can call a magnesium rod a knock off, its one of the most simplest elements on earth and it serves the same purpose no matter who makes it or assembles it.. Some people blow my mind.

If you need a rod to start a fire get it, if you already have a bunch like I do than pass.
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Isn't a $2 lighter easier?
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Hm. Doesn't seem like a lot of magnesium on these. You can get a much bigger solid chunk of it in the mag firestarters at HF for less than $2, and still get a freebie item on top of that.

https://www.harborfreight.com/mag...66560.html

Yes but this one has a compass that probably does not work well, lol :-D. The HF is a good deal if you need one without the extras.
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Isn't a $2 lighter easier?
Easier but if your camping or hiking it becomes a bigger liability if it gets soaked or it gets damaged. You cant really damage a rod of metal lol. I would prefer to have both which I usually do, luckily one of my knives comes with one built in too so I am multi prepared.
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Easier but if your camping or hiking it becomes a bigger liability if it gets soaked or it gets damaged. You cant really damage a rod of metal lol. I would prefer to have both which I usually do, luckily one of my knives comes with one built in too so I am multi prepared.
Along those same lines, usually the issue is that your fire fuel (kindling, leaves, organic debris) gets soaked and won't burn, or even worse, you're trying to do that in high winds. Since magnesium burns white-hot at such a high temperature, it evaporates the surrounding water in a flash and allows the materials to ignite almost instantly.
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Easier but if your camping or hiking it becomes a bigger liability if it gets soaked or it gets damaged. You cant really damage a rod of metal lol. I would prefer to have both which I usually do, luckily one of my knives comes with one built in too so I am multi prepared.
The matches are much more reliable than lighter and this.
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