Solo Scientific Aurora Fire Starter

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Aurora Fire Starter is an aerospace quality flint steel fire starter that will work in any environment that will support life! Constructed from lightweight aircraft aluminum with composite flint steel/magnesium rod, built-in 440C striking blade, o-ring seal, lanyard hole, and knurled for grip.

- Mountains Plus

Aurora Camp & Hike Solo Scientific Fire Starter 440C - Black AFS440CB. 635cm) composite flint steel rod that has magnesium built into it. The built-in striking blade takes off enough material to start a fire but will not cause excessive wear and can be flipped over to reveal a fresh striking surface. The Aurora Fire Starter is designed to function wet or dry is machined from solid light- weight aircraft aluminum (NO PLASTIC) is knurled for grip and will not break when you need it most.

- CampSaver.com

Created and manufactured by Solo Scientific in the USA to be used to start your campfire. Our goal was to design and manufacture the best all-around survival fire starter in the world and we have absolutely done it! These New Models are aerospace quality! The Aurora Fire Starter? is a true survival tool and will work in any environment. This standard model comes with a great new 440C Fully Hardened Stainless Steel Striking Blade. The Aurora Fire Starter? uses a large 1/4' diameter (.635cm) composite flint steel rod that has magnesium built into it.

- Ramsey Outdoor

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previously retailed for:
$15.96 - $26.95

The Solo Scientific Aurora Fire Starter is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 22, 2019 at CampSaver.com.

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