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The Bear Grills Tinderbox, at 3 nimble ounces, is capable of initiating fire in even the most difficult scenarios. With a high grip rubber exterior and oblong shape for easy maintenance in the palm, this revolutionary tool possesses a grater-like steel cutting surface that creates fine tinder when applied to wood. The Tinderbox works as well with wet wood as with dry, because the grating surface simply shaves off the wet outer layers to expose the dry interior. After shaving wood into the Tinderbox, the cutter opens to allow easy removal of the tinder that's been created. At the point of prepping to build a fire, empty the dry tinder contents of the Tinderbox onto the desired surface of collected items to be burned. Do NOT start a fire in the Tinderbox. Place the plastic cover over the cutting surface when not in use to provide protection in a pocket or gear bag. The Tinderbox's attached magnifying glass can be used for a spark to ignite the gathered tinder if matches are wet, or worse, unavailable. An emergency signaling mirror is located on the bottom of the Tinderbox, because even getting a fire started doesn't equate to finding an escape route.
The capabilities for getting shavings off of dead wood was excellent. Works very well. As far as the magnifier it would only make the shavings smolder and smoke. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Grizwald Fubar
Works well for making tinder but a little difficult to start a fire using the glass alone. A little practice is definitely needed.Published 10 days ago by M. A.
I carry this item with me 24/7. It is kept in my patch pocket of my camoflage pants. Looks like it will work quite well. Planning to go camping this weekend. Read morePublished 12 days ago by John L Bales
I got this as an attempt to lighten my load for my hiking bag as it's designed as an all in one. The day I got it I tried it on some cut and split firewood (we have juniper cedar... Read morePublished 1 month ago by G. Bodell
This is lightweight and works great to make a lot of tinder when there isn't any around.Published 2 months ago by Jasonfield620