This clever tool is an invaluable, possibly life-saving utensil that is equally at home in your wallet, purse, bug-out bag, toolbox, or even the kitchen drawer.
Grab one today to make sure that no matter where you are, you're never more than an arm's length away from a fire source.
Contains the ferro rod and wick in one all-inclusive fire starting kit that fits conveniently in your pocket.
Ferro rod strikes at over 3000 degrees and flame burns at over 600 degrees Fahrenheit
Each match is capable of 15,000 long burning strikes.
PLEASE NOTE: You must be 18 or older to purchase this item. The bearer of Everstryke Match accepts all responsibility for their use or misuse.
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