The first caveman didn’t need a whole bunch of fancy tools to get a fire started. You, on the other hand, would probably need a little help. Developed by the Swedish Department of Defense, this handy gadget can make a 3,000-degree-celcius spark in rain, sleet, or snow. Just gather up a little dry grass, leaves, or paper, and move the metal blade across the FireSteel. It can spark up a fire, stove, or even the barbecue. It’s also guaranteed to last for approximately 12,000 strikes.
MSRP: $4.99 to $14.99
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