Coghlan's Waterproof Matches
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- Keep waterproof fire-starting option with you at all times
- Around 45 wooden matches per compact box
- Box fits easily into a pocket
- Great for anyone who spends time in the outdoors
- Will not light accidentally—must be struck on waterproof striker to light
- Four box pack
Keep fire starting ability with you wherever you are with Coghlan's Waterproof Matches. Each compact box contains approximately 45 wooden matches and fits easily into a pocket. Convenient fire source is ideal for hunters, fishermen, campers or outdoor workers. Safety designed match will not light accidentally—the match must be struck on waterproof striker surface on box. Four boxes.
Manufacturer model #: 940BP.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3
Rated 5 out of 5 by CBJEEP Good matches
I keep these is my watertight case I bought. These are good to have around the house as well as in your camping gear. You never know when you might lose a lighter, or need some matches. They work great.
January 9, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by loves2bassfish Ok matches
These macthes will do but by no means would I trust my life with them. First off the box is made out of thin balsa-ish wood wich can break pretty easily. Some macthes strike effortlessly and others take 5- strikes to light. They are indeed waterproof but the striker must be decently dry to work. Like I said these are ok but I would get another brand(such as UCO.) If you are making a Survival kit I strongly recommend you carry at least 3 different fire starting tools and some kind of artificial tinder (The charcoal starter packs from home improvement stores are great)
November 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rafterman8 Don't Leave Home Without Them
When you are in the remote areas and the weather changes, temperatures drop, good luck with your fire starter kits, the things that look like car keys and dog tags that throw sparks? When Archaeologists discover you, they will think you lived during an ice age, but truth of the matter is, it's because your fire would not start. Those spark throwing sticks might look cool on TV but they do not work in real life, unless you got tinder that is soaked in gas. These water proof matches are the way to go.
August 12, 2011
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