Solar Fire Starter and Survival Tool

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solar fire starterSolar Spark Lighter and Survival Tool
With this solar fire starter you can easily start a fire for survival, or even use it for fun like to roast a marshmallow with out the fire.
As low as $14.99 and free shipping options

  • Solar powered lighter
  • Emergency firestarter
  • Perfect for survival supplies
  • Demonstrate solar thermal energy
  • Made in the USA

The Solar Fire Starter Lighter & Survival Tool is a unique pocket-size fire starter and lighter designed to harness the power of the sun by focusing the sun’s radiant energy to a precise focal point that can reach hundreds of degrees! The lighter never needs re-fueling, requires no maintenance and can be stored indefinitely. Perfect for backpacking, boating, hiking and as a great addition to any survival tool kit. Great for solar energy demonstrations.Just point it at the sun and it lights in seconds! Experiment with different “fuels” and see which works best. JUST ADD SUN! Fuel-free. Waterproof. Windproof. Measures about 4.5″ diameter. Made here in New Hampshire in the USA! It is actually a stainless steel parabolic mirror, just like the one used to light the Olympic torch every 4 years. It is designed to focus the sun’s radiant energy to a precise focal point that can reach hundreds of degrees! Keep out of reach of children, handle with care, follow instructions! This great solar fire starter is perfect for backpacking, boating, hiking and as a solar survival tool. Just point it at the sun and it lights in seconds! Measures about 4.5″ diameter. Make solar smore’s!

 

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3 COMMENTS

  1. At 4.5″ in diameter, it is certainly much bigger than a couple lighters or a couple books of matches. In a life or death situation you usually have the “bare minimum” of equipment with you. I’m thinking I’ll stick with a lighter or matches in my survival pack. 🙂 It’s still a very cool gadget. 🙂

  2. That comment makes me want to sing a song from ‘Annie’. “The sun will come out tomorrow, bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow, there will be sun”. 😉

  3. I’m thinking, most of the time, if you’re in a survival situation, the sun isn’t readily available. Cool gadget though!

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