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Bear Grylls Firestarter
Bear Grylls Firestarter

Bear Grylls Firestarter

£14.125 Inc VAT
(Approx $18.6135)
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Small and compact, the Bear Grylls Fire Starter or firesteel offers years of use. It's watertight construction keeps tinder safe and dry in the internal storage department, so when you need it, you can trust it to be dry and easy to light with a single strike from this impressive flint and steel.

Features

  • Compact fire starter with ferrocerium rod and metal striker
  • Lanyard to keep product secure and together
  • Emergency Whistle - Integrated into lanyard cord
  • Waterproof storage compartment for tinder
  • Land to air rescue instructions and SOS
  • Priorities of Survival - Pocket guide contains Bear's survival essentials

Spec

  • Length: 4.8''
  • Weight: 2.6 oz

BG Design Notes

"Creates a ton of sparks, a super useful tool in the wild."

"Keep tinder in the cap to start fire in even the wettest of conditions."

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

"Yet another valuable peice of kit. Doing Forest Schools, you always need to be ahead of the game and what better way than to start a fire with a Bear Grylls fire starter. Excellent sparks and knowing that you have dry tinder in the end, gives you that confidence to gets the kids warm and settled even on a cold day!"

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Tiffany Belford-Fry

"Brought one for my son for his birthday. Not much experience of these but the rod definitely produces a good spark even in the inexperienced hands of my 11 year old. My only criticisms would be that the whistle is a bit feeble and that the cord is a bit short. Bear claims he always wears his round his neck......I can only assume he has a very small head if he uses one of these!!"

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Paul Bedwell
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