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Thursday, January 28, 2021

Pull Start Fire



 

Pull Start Fire is the easiest way to start a fire as it requires no matches or lighter, no kindling, lights wet wood, windproof and rainproof, burns up to 2.5x hotter than leading brands, burns for over 30 minutes, multiple built-in safety features, satisfaction guaranteed, and each firestarter is 1”x2”x5” and weighs 4 oz.


My Opinion: It is small and compact to take with you anywhere like hiking, camping, ice fishing, fishing, hunting, and more. I also found it easy to light and use. You just loop it with yarn, rope, etc; the box and place it between the wood then pull the loop which will ignite it.

See more at https://pullstartfire.com

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About Them:

It started when Inventor, Mike Beyrodt did what he loved to do. He went camping.

He and his friends, Ryan and Zach were in Snowshoe, West Virginia where it was a rather frigid -22 degrees outside. And there, in the snow, they were having a terrible time lighting a fire. Mike and his buddies joked that, where starting a campfire was concerned, there should be ‘an app for that’. In this day and age, they should be able to ‘push a button’ and poof, there’s fire!

When the trip was done and all were home, Mike endeavored to actually invent something that would do precisely that. Something that would easily start a fire with frozen or wet wood, in any weather. Something that made starting a fire as fast as it was easy.

 

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