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Zip "Premium Firestarter"

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Brand:
Zip
Model:
12 Pack
MSRP ($):
4.96

The number one fire starter in the world, Zip "Premium Firestarter" is the premium ingnition performance that any outdoorsman can rely on. Zip Premium Firestarters are the no-mess, low-odor one-touch lighting blocks that will start every time without issue. Weather your are backpacking in the wilderness, kayak camping along a secluded river, or camping with the family at your local campground, the Zip Premium Firestarter should be with you at all times.

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(Updated: December 20, 2015)
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Zip Premium Firestarter

When you need a fire and need it fast, turn to Zip premium firestarters. What I like the most about these is they are very small and compact thus taking up hardly any space in your vessel. I can fit an entire box (12 pieces) into one of the outdoor products dry boxes I reviewed already with plenty of room to spare.

These little dandies burn for 18 minutes which is more than enough time to get your kindling going great and no need to open the package. Just light the package and you're good to go!! If you would like to try these they are not located in the camping section at Wal Mart. They are located in the home heating section.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Small Ponds
Used:
2-6 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Small, Lightweight, Burns long, Easy to use
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