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bayite Survival Drilled Ferrocerium Ferro Rod Flint Fire Starter Kit with Keychain Ring 3.14 Inch Pack of 3
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- Ferrocerium Rod Length:3.14"(8cm), Diameter: 5/16"(8mm)
- We drilled a 4mm Hole in the rod. And the rod comes with a Stainless Steel Wire Keychain. You can use it to keep product secure and together.
- START FIRE ANYWHERE: Works in any conditions - rain, snow, high-altitude, ultra-durable. Made of rust-free ultra-strong ferrocerium rod. Provides up to 3000 degrees C spark in any weather, at any altitude. Durable.
- Striker lights up small piles of dry grass, paper, Hemp, and other flammables
- If you don't have good scraper to get enough sparks, we suggest that you use the back of a blade from an box cutter. That's the most efficient scraper that can be found easily.
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Ferrocerium Rod Length:3.14"(8cm)
Diameter of the hole: 4mm
Come with stainless steel wire keychains
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As for how well these spark: the rustproofing seemed a bit harder to scratch off than what was on their 1/2" firestick. But before the black coating was even completely gone where I was scraping it, the stick was already throwing good sparks from the back of the fixed blade Schrade SCHF42. Obviously, a smaller stick = smaller sparks than their larger models. But this is a convenient carry option, if the included key chains didn't already give that away. Those wanting more compact portability, like for carrying with a knife, with keys, in a small first aid kit, etc, this might be worth considering. Though, it doesn't come with a striker. So, it's most suited for applications where you already have that covered and wouldn't use the included striker anyway, which is frequently the case for those who carry a knife on them. Be it the back of a fixed blade, a pocket knife, or a pair of scissors, you'll need something made of harder metal with a sharp 90 degree angle to throw sparks. Some knives do this better than others, but you can always file the back of the blade a little to create a sharper angle if your blade isn't producing sparks from the factory. But with a good, sharp edge, these sticks spark like crazy - much better than I expected for their size.
I've included some pictures of my application, taken before I'd scratched off most of the black rustproofing. For those interested in doing something similar. Again, as the ferro rod wears down, the keychain pull will likely need to be replaced with some 1/8" shock cord. Though, I haven't experimented with trying to loop it through one of the holes in the sheath yet. That also seems a possibility.