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The Solar Fire Starter Lighter & Survival Tool is a unique pocket-size fire starter and lighter designed to harness the power of the sun by focusing the sun's radiant energy to a precise focal point that can reach hundreds of degrees! The lighter never needs re-fueling, requires no maintenance and can be stored indefinitely. Perfect for backpacking, boating, hiking and as a great addition to any survival tool kit. Great for solar energy demonstrations.Just point it at the sun and it lights in seconds! Experiment with different "fuels" and see which works best. JUST ADD SUN! Fuel-free. Waterproof. Windproof. Measures about 4.5" diameter. Made here in New Hampshire in the USA! It is actually a stainless steel parabolic mirror, just like the one used to light the Olympic torch every 4 years. It is designed to focus the sun's radiant energy to a precise focal point that can reach hundreds of degrees! Keep out of reach of children, handle with care, follow instructions! This great solar fire starter is perfect for backpacking, boating, hiking and as a solar survival tool. Just point it at the sun and it lights in seconds! Measures about 4.5" diameter. Make solar smore's! (see picture).
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A great lighter & fire starter for the backpack. Just remember to start the fire before the sun gets behind the trees.Published 1 month ago by Mr. Pegleg
This is a fun tool to have in your fire starting tool kit. Really focuses the Sun's power, and is a great demonstration tool. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Boomer
Don't stick your finger in the beam to see if it works! Trust me, it does!! 😄Published 1 month ago by Topomon
This is really cool, I got it for my wife because she goes camping, also, to put into our survival kit for emergencies.Published 1 month ago by Steven W. Fidler
Well made and works great! Comes with a piece of fatwood good for 4-5 uses if you cut it down. Highly recommended to conserve matches/lighters on sunny days.Published 2 months ago by J.L. Pettimore IV
Works great, only a little big to carry while hiking or campingPublished 3 months ago by George N. Kilmer
Works great! I live between 35 and 40 degrees N Latitude, I was able to produce lots of smoke from a dry twig at 6pm with clear skies, Can't wait to have a chance to test it at... Read morePublished 3 months ago by zach