Coghlan's Magnesium Fire Starter

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DOES NOT WORK!!! Buy something else. Don't waste your…

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Price Paid: $10

DOES NOT WORK!!! Buy something else. Don't waste your money. 

I made a pile via pare. Yes the stick made sparks but pile of magnesium never caught fire. We then put a lighter to pile of metal BUT IT NEVER CAUGHT FIRE.  Doesn't work even when using a match.

Terrible. JUNK!! If you don't believe me waste your money and try it.

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Coghlan's's Magnesium Fire Starter page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Be sure to carry this magnesium fire-starting tool wherever you roam. It can can start hundreds of fires.

- REI

A must for every field trip. The fire starter uses magnesium as a flame source of 5400deg. One fire starter should provide sufficient shavings to start hundreds of fires. Full directions are on the back of the card. Ideal for backpackers, hunters, fishermen, scouts.

- Mountains Plus

The fire starter uses magnesium, a flame source of 5400F. One fire starter should provide sufficient shavings to start hundreds of fires.

- Ramsey Outdoor

The Coghlans Magesium Fire Starter is a must for every field trip. This magnesium fire starter is easy to use. To start your fire just scrape the starter with a knife and ignite the shavings. A flame source of 5400 degrees gets the fire started. One starter will provide enough shavings to start hundreds of fires.

- Appalachian Outdoors