Bundle - 2 Items: UCO Match Container Kit with 75 UCO Stormproof Matches - Waterproof & Windproof
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- Bundle - 2 Items: UCO Match Container Kit with 25 Matches and a Twin-Pack of UCO Stormproof Matches
- Matches are easy to light and will relight after being submerged in water!
- Extended length of match allows for added safety to keep from burning fingertips
- Windproof and waterproof matches - Up to 15 second burn time. Lights campfires, stoves, gas-barbecues, etc.
- Durable, waterproof Match Container floats and keeps contents dry and protected.
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Unlike other “waterproof” or “windproof” matches, the UCO Stormproof Matches are easy to light, and will stay lit for up to 15 seconds, even after being submerged in water! Being able to reliably make a fire is vital for cooking, generating warmth, and in survival situations, making signal fires. The UCO Stormproof Matches are perfect for camping, emergency kits, and should be part of every 10 Essentials check list. The match is about 2 13/16" long.
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They will light in high winds and rainy conditions. This is why they are essential to your emergency kits at home, in your camping gear or emergency bag in your car. I always have these, some bic lighters and some flint steel in my camping gear as well as emergency bags. Always have multiple backups to building fire.
I know its common sense...but when in an 'emergency', one could forget. Remember to gather enough wood before you start your fire to keep it going during an emergency situation. Worst feel when a fire goes out because there is not enough wood to keep the fire going for the night.
One word of advice is to turn the striking pad upside down when not in use, if its going to be exposed to the elements.