Gerber Bear Grylls Fire Starter
Price Paid: too much
- storage compartment
- difficult to get a good direction on spark
- difficult to get a good spark
- storage compartment is small, quite small
- whistle is weak and difficult to use
- did I mention this weighs a lot
- a little on the large size
I tested it against two other striker type Strikers and then got rid of it.
Didn't bother taking it on even one camp trip.
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Here's what other sites are saying:
The small and compact Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Series fire starter should travel with you on all your outdoor adventures. You never know when you'll need it. Features a ferrocerium rod and metal striker to create hot sparks. Waterproof storage compartment can be used to hold tinder (sold separately). Lanyard keeps the product rod and striker together. Includes an emergency whistle on the lanyard. Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Series fire starter comes with land-to-air rescue instructions and a pocket guide that talks about survival essentials.
Small and compact, the Fire Starter offers years of use. Watertight construction keeps tinder safe and dry, so when you need it, you can trust it.
- Ramsey Outdoor
Compact fire starter w/ferrocerium rod and metal striker. Waterproof compartment for tinder, lanyard w/emergency whistle, Priorities of Survival pocket guide. Limited lifetime warranty. Overall length: 4.8" Weight: 2.6 oz.
- Vargo Outdoors
Small and compact, the Fire Starter from Gerber offers years of use. Watertight construction keeps tinder safe and dry, so when you need it, you can trust it.