Gerber Bear Grylls TinderBox Firestarter

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Gerber Bear Grylls TinderBox Firestarter
Gerber Bear Grylls TinderBox Firestarter
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A key factor in surviving in the wild is how well you can get a fire going. With the BG Tinderbox, building a fire just got easier. It features a steel cutting surface that makes creating tinder easy and the frame is wrapped in high grip rubber to keep it securely in your hand. With a simple push of a button, the cutting surface pivots to the side and the tinder is available to use. Creating tinder is only one part of building a fire, you have to get it lit, too. While matches or a fire starter work well, the Tinderbox features a magnifying glass that will get the job done as well. And, when you need it, turn the Tinderbox over and use it to signal for help.

• Length: 5.75in.

• Width: 2.25in.

• Heigth: 1.06in.

• Weight: 3.0 oz

• Unique tinder cutter w/cover

• C304 stainless cutter

• Polypropylene cutter cover

• Rubber overmold to keep it secure

• Polycarbonate/ABS with TPE overmold

• Magnifying glass

• Emergency signaling mirror

• Tinder capturing box to keep dry

• Priorities of Survival Pocket Guide

Brand: Gerber
Model Number: 31-002557
Catalog Number: 478922
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