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Banner & Oak Firebiner

photo: Banner & Oak Firebiner multi-tool

Love this product. I love that it clips right to my bag or belt loop.


  • Multiple uses—can use at campsite, while hiking or fishing, and everyday.
  • Small and lightweight


  • Flint stick replacement is tough and not a quick process

Love this product. I love that is clips right to my bag or belt loop and is good for multiple things as it is a 5-1 multi-tool. It is lightweight and easy to use.

I did remove one star because the way to replace the flint stick is difficult. The screw is tiny and the spring will send it flying into the great unknown. Lucky, I checked it out in my kitchen and was able to locate the screw about 5 minutes after it flew through the air like a gold star gymnast.

The strike is done with ease and provides great spark to get the fire going pretty quickly. I will definitely be using this on every trip.


Used it to get a fire started pretty quickly, cut fishing line, and change the batteries in my camp lantern.

Source: tested or reviewed it for the manufacturer (Banner&Oak)

Disclosure: The author of this review received a sample of the product from the brand or its representative in exchange for a review.

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The Banner & Oak Firebiner is the same as the Outdoor Element Firebiner.


Price MSRP: $15.00
Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 5.75 × 3 × 0.25 in
Includes Replaceable ferro rod, with extra rods included / Stainless steel safety blade to cut paracord, fishing line, string, and more / Bottle opener / Screwdriver tip / Hang slots to connect keys or anything with a ring or clasp
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