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UST BlastMatch Fire Starter

$24.99
UST BlastMatch Fire Starter - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Every emergency kit needs a reliable fire starter. Carry one that's designed to light in all conditions - even pouring rain or strong wind. The UST® BlastMatch™ Fire Starter is designed for all-weather use and features easy, one-handed operation. The spring-loaded flint generates a stream of super-heated sparks to light any material ignitable by a match. The BlastMatch™ lasts up to 4,000 strikes - enough for many outdoor adventures!
FEATURES:

  • Designed for all-weather use - lights even in extreme weather conditions
  • Can be operated with one hand
  • Generates a stream of super-heated sparks three times the heat of a standard match
  • Light any material that a match will ignite
  • Allows you to accurately aim the sparks
  • Lights up to 4,000 strikes
  • Contains a customer bar of high-performance flint that is spring-loaded & rotates 360° to prevent uneven wear
  • Carbide striker is set at the perfect angle for maximum sparks
  • Unique design requires the thumb button to be engaged before the striker can be engaged for safety
  • Closed dimensions: 4" x 2.5" x 1"
  • Weight: 2.2 oz
  • Style #: 20-1WG0415
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Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 19460936

Customer Reviews:

UST BlastMatch Fire Starter 3 5 1 1
works as advertised Lit a commercial made tinder with two strikes. Took longer with shredded dry leaves. If you're going to carry one, might as well carry some tinder. Point it straight down. If you strike on an angle, it's easy to scrape your knuckles. April 29, 2014
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