Adventurers, outdoor explorers, survivalists and campers may be interested in a new multitool created by Christopher Willis called the KindlerFire. Which as the name suggests has been created to help primitive fire lighting a little easier. If you prefer to start your files from materials available in your surrounding woodland then the KindlerFire might be the perfect addition to your equipment.
The handheld portable tool has been created to specifically provide ways to obtain otherwise unattainable, gathering of “Stage 1” material for fire lighting. Christopher explains a little more about its unique patent pending design
“Breaks down “firewood,” with minimal effort, into a fibrous material. The fibrous material then dries rapidly when exposed to a heat source, naturally promoting oxygen flow; an otherwise significant challenge faced by fire-crafters during fire starts. This “Stage 1” material is crucial to flame promotion, especially during less than favorable conditions, and without the use of inaccessible accelerants such as cotton-ball and petroleum jelly or lighter fluid.”
If you are interested in becoming one of the first backers to own the KindlerFire jump over to the Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below. Where the multitool is now available to back with early bird pledges from $39 with shipping expected to take place during August 2019.