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The Friendly Swede Emergency Fire Starter

Review Last Updated: March 19, 2020
Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the The Friendly Swede Emergency Fire Starter.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Works in any weather condition
  • Budget-friendly
  • Corrosion-resistant
  • Compact

Cons

  • The ball-chain isn't as durable as the rest of the product

The Friendly Swede Emergency Fire Starter Product Review

This two-pack of emergency fire starters can be an essential part of your survival kit, should you choose to include them.

The Friendly Swede offers two ultra-durable flint fire starters that can withstand any weather conditions – rain, snow, and high-altitude climates.

You hold them with their rust-free ultra-strong ferrocerium rods, which makes the lighters suitable for camping, survival, bushcraft, and other outdoor activities.

Unlike your regular lighter, these flint rods won’t suffer from corrosion and will be ideal for various tasks, such as lighting campfires, signal fires, and emergencies.

The ergonomic handles make for a comfortable grip, and allow even the most frozen fingers to use with support.

An easy-grip makes it easier to launch an avalanche of sparks.

The metal chain ball included, reportedly, causes discomfort and could potentially rust or break in short order. Although a minor issue, this is worth pointing out.

Its 4.5 oz weight makes it light and pleasant to use.

Being both compact and easy to use makes these fire starters a real triumph for your survival kit, and ultimately for your overall survival.

These fire starters are on the market at an attractive price and are easily accessible to people of all backgrounds, all working towards the same thing: survival.

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