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Adventure Medical Survive Outdoors Longer All-Weather Fire Cubes

Adventure Medical Survive Outdoors Longer All-Weather Fire Cubes
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Survive Outdoors Longer® All-Weather Fire Cubes

The essential kindling for survival situations, Survive Outdoors Longer® All-Weather Fire Cubes™ are professional grade, all-weather fire starters that ignite easily and are designed to stay lit even in the worst conditions. Completely waterproof and windproof, each of these fire starter cubes will burn for 10-12 minutes, providing plenty of time to start a fire in the rain or boil a pint of water using a portable stove! Individually wrapped for ease of travel, each cube weighs only 0.2 oz., making them a lightweight but lasting addition to your survival gear. Each cube can be cut into eight pieces that burn for 2-3 minutes, giving you enough time to start a small bundle of kindling for your fire. The cubes burn completely smokeless and odorless and are nontoxic, helping to reduce environmental impact, and come with a Survive Outdoors Longer Fire Lite™ sparker and fire starting instructions. To ignite, simply scrape a small pile of shavings on top of the fire cube and aim the sparks from the Survive Outdoors Longer Fire Lite™ sparker at the shavings.

  • Fire Starters That Last
    Build up to 48 fires by dividing each of the 6 included cubes into 8 smaller pieces able to burn for 2-3 minutes.
  • Kindling & Survival Fuel
    Make a roaring campfire or disinfect water, as just one fire cube burns at 1300°F, hot enough to boil 16 oz. of water in just ten minutes.
  • Bonus Survive Outdoors Longer® Fire Lite™ Sparker & Instructions
    Ignite the cubes easily using this one-handed striker tested to produce up to 5,000 sparks and follow detailed fire starting instructions to build your fire.
  • Highly Portable
    Pack the lightweight cubes in the included DryFlex storage bag, which is reusable and waterproof, or grab one individually wrapped cube for an overnight trip.
  • Waterproof & Windproof
    Start a fire in the rain or any conditions with these 100% waterproof fire starter cubes, which will burn through the worst wind and rain.
  • Non-Toxic & Controllable
    Protect the environment by burning these non-toxic, completely smokeless and odorless cubes that you can easily extinguish by smothering them and reuse later.

KIT DETAILS

  • Size: 7.5" x 1.5" x 5"
  • Weight: .025 lbs
  • Group Size: 1 - 4 People
  • Trip Duration: Multiple Days
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