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Fire Striker

UCO

UCO Fire Striker

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Fire Striker
|Fire Starter|Ultra-durable stainless steel fire starter.|

Matches get wet, lighters may fail. Count on Fire Striker to give you a spark when you most need it.

 

Hot Spark - 5400°F

 

Works When Wet

 

Lightweight

 

Durable

Sparks fly when the UCO Survival Fire Striker is used with its stainless steel striker. 

This fire starter has many uses and can ignite tinder or be used to light a campfire, gas stove or gas barbeque. The robust Ferrocerium rod is capable of 3,000 strikes (at 5400 degrees F) in all conditions (at all altitudes and in cold weather).

It also comes with a stainless steel striker which also is a multifunctional survival tool with 8 functions. Functions include screwdriver, bottle opener, 4 hex sizes and striker. 

The bright sparks from the Fire Striker can also be used as an emergency signal. Finally it's all held together with a Paracord lanyard connected to both pieces. 

  • Durable—lasts approximately 3,000 strikes.
  • Stainless steel striker.
  • Produces a 5,400°F (3,000°C) spark and works when wet.
  • Compact and lightweight.
  • Lights backpacking stoves, campfires, alcohol stoves etc.
  • Bright spark—can be used as emergency signal.
  • Weight: 1 oz. (51 g)

Product Specs

 

Durable

Lasts approximately 3,000 strikes
 

Weight

1 oz

Frequently Asked Questions

Which stoves work well with Fire Striker?

All stoves work well with Fire Striker. The Fire Striker creates high temperature sparks which helps to start your fire inside your stove.

Do I need to use Fire Striker to light my stove?

No, but it sure is a fun way to test your fire-making skills!

How long will Fire Striker last?

Approximately 3,000 strikes.

What’s the best way to use Fire Striker?

It’s all about preparing your tinder. You can use dry grass or bark but if you’d like an easier method, try using some dryer lint – these make great fire starters that can be easily lit using your Fire Striker.

Have a question not listed here? Send us an email at help@solostove.com.

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