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WetFire Tinder Ultimate Survival Technologies Burns Wet 8 Individually Wrapped Cubes No Residue No Odor No Smoke

Ultimate Survival Technologies
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WetFire Tinder Tinder is the best fire starting material available to help you get a blaze going even in a downpour! They extinguish instantly leaving no residue, odor, or smoke. 8 Cubes burn for 12 minutes each. NSN: 4240-01-394-0233

WetFire tinder was designed for elite military groups, but is safe and easy to use for everyone. Perfect for outdoors, hiking, camping, backpacking, mountain climbing, to light your backyard barbecue, staring a fire in the fireplace, or starting a beach bonfire. The WetFire tinder is unaffected by wind and water. It is individually packaged in a lightweight solid cube form that can't leak or foul up your other gear. It leaves none of the residue of other petroleum based products and is non toxic and has virtually no odor. The tinder cubes burn with almost no smoke and can be started even in high winds and nasty weather. In fact, the tinder burns while floating in water, and burns longer when wet. WetFire tinder burns at over 1300 degrees yet cools almost instantly when you snuff it out. A small pile of shavings is enough to start a campfire, warm your hands, or pre-heat a backpacking stove

WetFire tinder is perfect for use in our Swiss Ranger Volcano (WX-130) or Esbit (MLT-9092) stoves.

Item#: CAMP-221,9-260303
Total number of Reviews: 20

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5.0 5
"Good tender, burns very hot, stays lit for at least 1 minute, can break into many pieces for multiple uses. If you are going camping or going to want to make an easy fire, this is the item to purchase."
– jh4
5.0 5
"Easy to use!! Shave into tinder or use the whole cube. My 9 year old daughter was successful in her attempt."
– Steve
5.0 5
"Very nice product. Lit a cube in the snow and stayed lit, actually burns fairly hot. Threw some snow on it and still maintained its flame."
– Tim
5.0 5
"Tried a few shavings and lit on the first spark, even tried it in the snow with the same results.Works like it is supposed to."
– MJ
5.0 5
"First used this pron a product in the middle of winter in Alaksa(-10)campming trip. Lit with a match with no problems. Next day used a few magnesium shavings and shavings of Wet Fire. Also no problems. Used in the summer with shavings of Wet Fire and sparked it to light it. Works great every time. Even soaked one in the cooler for a while pulled it out and it lit right up. HIGHLY RECCOMEND."
– JPat
5.0 5
"Agree completely with previous reviews. Very good and handy to have. Easy to use."
– T
5.0 5
"It does exactly what they claim it does, simple as that. Works great."
– BabyChris
5.0 5
"Just buy it! It\uFFFDs a great addition to your camp pack and/or survival pack. I have tried the whole cube plus tried shaving it and using a mag flint stick it worked great. I saved the burnt shavings after the flame took."
– Rezzy Beans
5.0 5
"Good stuff!"
– cruz
5.0 5
"Back in the day we used a knife, flint and kindle. This wetfire is simply amazing, I will be ordering more."
– Ben
3.0 5
"Im giving it 3 stars because the video made it look like it would almost spontaneously com-bust which it didn't, it took a few tries for me to get lit, but I was just messing with chunks of the cube. When I used shavings I got fire within 3 strikes so it is a good product."
– IrishMC
5.0 5
"This Item is super effective, I'm very happy with the results. will order more for sure!!"
– Tulile!
5.0 5
"This stuff works and it works well. Not at all labor intensive like some products. I am a former U.S. Army Ranger and survival instructor and this stuff is in my pack and in the pouch on my knife. I carry a strike force and it lights it first attempt. Very impressed."
– Ranger up
5.0 5
"It works exactly as described. It ignited easily and burns for quite a while. Video is very accurate. Of course, fast shipping from CTD"
– Allan
2.0 5
"I took my son and one of his friends camping a couple weekends ago. I showed them how to make a fire using a Blastmatch and several different types of tinder. Of the three commercial products and two man-made tinders that we compared, the WetFire was the most difficult to get started. We used feather sticks, dryer lint, Tinder-Quick and a third commerical product (can't recall the name) that was essentially cakes of sawdust soaked with some sort of pertroleum product. WetFire was the hardest to light."
– Mudinyeri
2.0 5
"Tinders work great for awhile. How long is up for debate. Mine failed miserably after roughly 3 years unopened. I have a crank flashlight in my wilderness survival bag because I don't wanna worry about batteries. Dependability is my biggest issue. If I'm gonna trust my life on a product, shelf life shouldn't be an issue. Cottonballs soaked in vaseline worked 3 years later and were much cheaper. Save your money and go with reliability."
– Rob, AZ
5.0 5
"Great stuff, ordered it and it came in 3 days! Works just like the vid. lit it in a puddle and everything! I will be buying more. Thanx CTD! ( the blast match is a great addition to this product)"
3.0 5
"So, in the interest of fairness, I really am amazed by these cubes. They light up very easily and burn very well. Bottom line, they work as advertised. I purchased quite a few for my emergency preparedness kits."
– Jon Tanner
4.0 5
"I got this just there other day and it was all that the add shows. Simple to use. I like it so much I look for any reason to start a camp fire. Every night is S'mores night :)"
– Fenrir
5.0 5
"I bought a pack of these. They work great, as advertised. Bottom line - they do what they say they will. They have a 5 year shelf life, if not removed from their original packaging. Otherwise once opened, they only have about a 3 month life span. They work great in all conditions and spark easily. I will buy more and they should be in everybody's survival bag."