Zippo (Outdoor Utility Lighter)

Zippo (Outdoor Utility Lighter)

With its wind-resistant dual flame, water-resistant cap, rugged metal construction, and built-in LED light, the Zippo OUL™ is ideal for camping, hunting, fishing and more.

  • tiny enough to fit on a key chain, powerful enough to pack in your emergency kit. Tiny stainless steel lighters make great gifts for hikers and campers, too.

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  • The reliable flint wheel ignition easily lights the water-resistant waxed tinder sticks. O-ring sealed case keeps the contents dry. $15.81

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  • This lighter never blows out. Even in high winds, rain or snow, so it's as good or better than relying on the mail man! That way you always can get a fire started when you're camping.

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  • Odorless, convenient, hand warmer with a 12 hour fuel life using regular lighter fluid. Fill up the warmer, light the burner, and you're all set! Great for outdoor events and sports such as camping, fishing, snowboarding and more.... Odorless, convenient, hand warmer with a 12 hour fuel life using regular lighter fluid. Fill up the warmer, light the burner, and you're all set! Great for outdoor events and sports such as camping, fishing, snowboarding and more.

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  • This TurboJet light combines cool space-age design with a hot flame that will ignite on the windiest of days.

  • Originally developed for the Swedish Department of Defense, Swedish FireSteel is a flash of genius. Its nearly 3,000°C spark makes fire building easy in any weather, at any altitude. Used by a number of armies around the world, Sw... Originally developed for the Swedish Department of Defense, Swedish FireSteel is a flash of genius. Its nearly 3,000°C spark makes fire building easy in any weather, at any altitude. Used by a number of armies around the world, Swedish FireSteel's dependability has already made it a favorite of survival experts, hunters, fishermen and campers. It has also found its way into cabins and backyards as a fool-proof way to light stoves and gas-barbecues. Amazingly enough it also works equally well when wet. We think geeks will appreciate the power of being able to start a fire with such a simple tool. A metal blade is slowly moved across the Firesteel, generating sparks that can easily be thrown onto a small pile of dry grass, leaves or paper to start a fire. When the fire is becoming established, thin sticks of wood can be added, gradually increasing to thicker ones. The Swedish FireSteel has these great features. * Lights campfires, stoves, gas-barbecues * Uses a magnesium alloy that consists of 7 metals * Lasts for approximately 12,000 strikes * Produces a spark temperature close to 3,000°C (5,500°F) * Bright spark – can be used as emergency signal * Functions in rain and snow * Dimensions: main component is approx. 3.75" long * Weight: approx. 1.9 ounces

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  • Perfect for candles or incense this Scripto lighter is big, red, an easy to find under a pile of junk for when you need a quick light! Good emergency tool to store in your truck or car also!

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  • An essential bit of kit for any camper, barbecue wizard or gardener, these remove the necessity for matches or lighters. They are highly reliable and easy to use, working even in damp or freezing conditions and lasting for about 3... An essential bit of kit for any camper, barbecue wizard or gardener, these remove the necessity for matches or lighters. They are highly reliable and easy to use, working even in damp or freezing conditions and lasting for about 3000 uses. The hot spark (3000oC) will ignite paper, dry grass, bark or whatever.

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