Swedish Fire Steel
with
Natural & Brown Curly Birch Handles

Swedish FireSteel with Natural Curly Birch Handle The photo shows the a superb Swedish FireSteel with Natural Curly Birch handle.
Natural Curly Birch Handle
Price: £16.95 (inc VAT)
 IN STOCK 

Swedish FireSteel with Brown Curly Birch Handle The photo shows the a superb Swedish FireSteel with Brown Curly Birch handle.
Brown Curly Birch Handle
Price: £16.95 (inc VAT)
 IN STOCK 

  • Available Fitted with Natural & Brown Curly Birch Handles
  • Spark Temperature 3,100°C (5,600°F).
  • Will Ignite Most All Kinds of Tinder.
  • Size: 3/8-Inch Ø by 3-Inches Long.
  • Weight: 36 Grams.

These outstanding Firesteels measures 3/8-Inch (approx. 9mm) in diameter by about 4-Inches (approx. 100mm) long and weighs in at around 40 grams. They have a good sized natural Curly Birch handle that allows you to hold the Firesteel firmly in the hand even when wearing gloves. The Curly Birch handle has an integral Lanyard hole and small lanyard for attaching to a Super Alloy Striker or belt etc.

These Firesteel ferrocerium rods are the most modern and highest quality Pyrophoric alloy fire-flints on the market. They are very easy and safe to use, and will provide you with many thousands of fires if used judiciously. They are capable of producing sparks at temperatures of around 3,100° Centigrade, or 5,600° Fahrenheit, which is hot enough to ignite just about every kind of tinder that there is.

They can be used to ignite a myriad of things that include Gas, paraffin or petrol stoves, Tinder Card, cotton wool, Amadou Tinder Fungus, the individual leaves from our exclusive Shark-Tinderbox 'Tinder Book', shredded Paper, birch bark, honey suckle bark, a whole host of other types of bark and Char Cloth. Click here to see how to use a PyroFlint™, you will be amazed at just how easy it is to use one of ourPyroFlints™.

More information about our full range of traditional ‘Flint & Steel’ Tinderboxes plus our classic range of Hudson Bay Tinderboxes, as well as articles about traditional Fire Lighting techniques, such as making fires with sparks, visit our Articles & Tips page.