Description- price includes postage within UK mainland.

 

The Spitfire is a pocket-size, easy to carry and highly effective fire lighting kit, designed to allow its user to quickly and reliably get a fire started regardless of weather conditions.

 

For ignition, the Spitfire combines a chunky Ferrocerium (fire steel) rod with a durable Striker to produce a large volume of 3,000° C sparks.

 

The Striker also features a built-in bottle opener; the ideal campfire accessory!

 

The Telescopic Bellows extend out to an impressive 442mm, allowing you to blow additional oxygen into the fire whilst maintaining a safe and pleasant distance.

 

The kit comes with its own supply of water-resistant tinder, in the form of waxed jute Tinder Sticks, which will readily catch a spark and ignite, and can be used as a lighting splint that will burn for four minutes. A Sharpener allows you to shave both the included Waxed Dowels and collected sticks into a pile of hot burning kindling.

 

The Spitfire is perfect for bushcraft, camping, festivals, hiking, fishing and many other outdoor activities.

 

The kit comes with a detailed instruction sheet, with explanations for starting and building fires.

 

Kit Contents:
Black Polypropylene Case
Ferrocerium Rod (9.5mmØ x 55mm useable rod)
Striker with bottle opener
Telescopic Bellows tube
Sharpener
14x Waxed Jute Tinder Stick
4x Waxed Dowel

Spitfire package contains: 1 Spitfire kit with instruction sheet.
Kit dimensions: 98mm length x 72mm width x 21.5mm depth
Kit weight: 129g
Made in the UK by Polymath Products.

 

Refill Packs for the Spitfire are available; please contact us directly.

 

Made in the UK by Polymath Products.

 

NB: Contents for use by adults only or children with supervision

Spitfire Pocket Fire Lighting Kit

£17.99Price
  • The rod of your steel is coated with a protective layer of black paint.  You will need to scrape this off before you are able to make sparks.

     

    To prolong the life of your fire starter, try striking from the middle to the end of the rod.

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