Exotac candleTIN Emergency Beeswax Slow Burn Candle
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- 100% beeswax candle.
- Triple wick design for maximum efficiency and flexibility.
- Use for cooking, warmth, light and drying out tinder.
- Durable, reusable tin with lid.
- Size: Small - 2.75" x 0.9"; Large - 2.95" x 1.85".
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The candle TIN series offers the most versatile natural wax candle on the market. With three wicks in each candle, two different wick burn rates and two tin sizes, these candles can be a source of light or a powerhouse of heat. The hot-burn candle can even be used to boil water in a pinch. The hot burn wick provides a flame height of 1-2". Use this candle for drying out tinder, boiling water, or warming an emergency blanket. Exercise caution when using all three wicks as the tin becomes hot to the touch. The hot burn wick will boil 8oz of water in 18 minutes. The slow burn wick offers the longest burn time. Pair the slow burn wick with the large candle for a 30Hr continuous burn candle.
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I like that there are three wicks which allow you to choose the amount of heat/light/flame. It's fairly small even though I bought the large, but puts out a lot of flame. It doesn't burn the wax too quickly, either, and therefore I think it will last a good while. This is the large size, and I wouldn't get one any smaller than this. I also like the container. The lid fits tight, but isn't waterproof and doesn't need to be. The lid is not screw on, it just has a friction fit to the container. The price was reasonable for being beeswax. And it sure smells good!
I usually light it with a butane jet lighter, and it's difficult to light it with one as it wants to blow out the flame (the lighters fault - not the candle). So, I have learned to keep a few split popsicle sticks inside the can to light first and then transfer the flame to the candle wicks.
All in all, I'm well pleased with it and it will be a great addition to my survival kit.