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Outdoor Element Firebiner

photo: Outdoor Element Firebiner multi-tool

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

The Firebiner is also sold as the Banner & Oak Firebiner.


Price MSRP: $15.00
Current Retail: $14.95
Historic Range: $14.95
Weight 0.09 lbs
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


1 review
5-star:   1
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Well made carabiner with fire wheel that sparked pretty much every time. Also has a sharp cutting tool, bottle cap opener, etc. Enjoyed trying out the fire wheel to get a fire started. With the tinder from Outdoor Element or other homemade ones, we were able to get a fire started in a couple of seconds each time.


  • Well made
  • Sparks just about every time
  • Multiple uses such as cutting cord and bottle opener


  • Must have a good tinder to get the fire started

We got a couple of these for a recent camping trip since I thought they’d be fun to try out with the family. Having never used anything other than a lighter or matches to start a fire, I wasn’t sure quite what to expect.

The “wheel” sparked consistently pretty much every time and the blade worked well on a plastic cord that needed trimming. We also received a waterproof vial with tinder (shown in photo below) that was handy.

The main trick for me was what kind of tinder to use to start a fire. With the the tinder from Outdoor Element that we received, we could start a fire with just a couple of sparks. We also had good luck with some homemade tinder using things like cotton balls with vaseline. We couldn’t start a fire, however, with other fuel such as small twigs, dried moss, or napkins.

Definitely a fun, well made “firebiner” that we’ll be bringing along on future camping trips.



We've used the firebiner to start a half-dozen fires while camping in fairly good weather with dry wood. I had never used a sparker before to start a fire, so this was a fun learning curve.

Source: tested or reviewed it for the manufacturer (keep)

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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