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Roger 09-07-2006 03:53 AM

Swedish FireSteel
Swedish FireSteel (Army and Scout models)

Originally developed for the Swedish Department of Defense, Swedish FireSteel is a flash of genius. Its 3,000°C spark makes fire building easy in any weather, at any altitude. Used by a number of armies around the world, Swedish FireSteel’s dependability has already made it a favorite of survival experts, hunters, fishermen and campers. It has also found its way into cabins and backyards as a fool-proof way to light stoves and gas-barbecues.
- Durable – lasts for from 3,000 to 12,000 strikes (Scout/Army model)
- Works equally well when wet
- Premium quality
- No “dangerous goods” shipping restrictions
- Approved by the International Survival Instructors Association
- Produces a 3000°C (5,500°F) spark
- Lights campfires, stoves, gas-barbecues
- Great as a give-away, easy to add own logo
- Bright spark – can be used as emergency signal


SL3 Swedish Firesteel Folding Knife
An integrated approach to survival/rescue

Developed by Tool Logic, the SL3 is a complete survival kit weighing only 78 g (2.7 oz). A razor sharp blade with a spear point shape, an all-weather FireSteel® fire starter and a loud emergency whistle makes the SL3 the natural choice for all outdoor activities. The blade has sufficient curve for most field chores and can be opened and closed with one hand. The 50/50 serrations add utility in both cutting and sawing. The SL3 is not only well thought out, it is rugged enough to live up to its slogan: Built for Life.
• Developed by Tool Logic
• 8 cm (3.1 inch) blade, 50/50 serrated
• Spear-tip point
• Can be opened and closed with one hand
• Built-in FireSteel® fire starter
• Emergency whistle
• Lanyard with fluorescent clip
• Belt clip


You can buy these products (Swiss Website) HERE

JCoyote 09-07-2006 04:33 AM

I wonder how many research dollars and development costs went into them rediscovering flint and steel. :MDR97:

TJ 09-18-2006 11:04 AM


Originally Posted by JCoyote
I wonder how many research dollars and development costs went into them rediscovering flint and steel. :MDR97:

I have a hell of a lot better than flint and steel. So there.:p:p

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