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ESEE Firesteel

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$31.98
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0.50 LBS
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ESEE Firesteel

 

These throw great sparks with flint, chert, quartz or any hard rock.

 

Measures 3 1/4" x 1 1/2" overall. 1095 carbon steel construction. Heat treated to be used as a fire making tool for use with true flint and charred material. The edges of the Fire Steel also work as a Ferrocerium (Ferro) rod striker and the center divot is designed to be used as a bow drill socket. The Fire Steel comes packaged in a hinged-lid tin that can be used to make char cloth or other charred materials. Includes survival information card.

 

This comes with a Altoid sized tin which is great to carry a fire kit or to build a PSK around. I would consider adding a Ferro rod, fresnal lens, small compass and basic first aid for a PSK kit


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  1. ESEE Fire Steel 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Sep 2018

    Definitely throws lots of sparks as well, or better than other 'traditional' looking steel I have. The enclosed rectangular shape allows for use of a lanyard. As was mentioned in another review, and within the instruction sheet, the bow-drill portion can/will heat up. A bit 'pricey' for a fire steel, but you have the convenience of the bow-drill handhold and use of a lanyard - I guess it comes down to personal preference.


  2. Great Steel 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Aug 2017

    The ESEE Fire Steel will perform multiple fire starting tasks, as stated in the description. The steel, meaning the metal this is made from, throws better sparks than most of the strikers out there. Better sparks means easier lighting of your char material.

    The description mentions the ability to strike sparks off a ferro rod and the bow drill divot. What wasn't mentioned is that it can also be used pop the top off bottles.

    I carry one of mine in a small pouch in my back pocket with a gun flint for striking.

    The only negative can be when used with a bow drill as the steel can get pretty warm if it is taking some time to get your coal going. Using a bandana to hold the Steel or wearing gloves solves this.



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