The Swedish Fireknife by Light My Fire is more than just a knife, more than just a fire starter.[vc_row type=”container” padding_top=”” padding_bottom=””][vc_column][vc_column_text]A colorful outdoor knife with Swedish FireSteel® fire starter. The Swedish FireKnife is a collaboration between Light My Fire and Mora of Sweden.
This is more than just an extremely sharp, flexible and sturdy all-around knife: the handle contains a fire starter. In other words, you can gut and clean a fish, split kindling and light a campfire with one single handy tool.
- Mora of Sweden makes this flexible and sturdy blade of Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel.
- Scandinavian grind.
- Includes a plastic sheath with clip.
- High-friction, TPE rubber handle.
- An original Swedish FireSteel Scout, with approximately 3,000 strikes, twist locks into the handle for lighting campfires, gas stoves, and barbecues.
- Swedish FireSteel firestarter works equally well when wet, performs at all altitudes, and produces a 2,980°C (5,400°F) spark.
- Colours available: Red, Orange, Black
Blade: Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel
Grip: TPE rubber material
Swedish FireSteel®: magnesium alloy
Actual size: 225x45x38mm Weight: 94 g
About Light My Fire
In 1995 our founder, Michael Odqvist, came across an age-old secret – MayaSticks. He was fascinated by the sheer brilliance of this resinous kindling. Not only was it a quick, easy and reliable way to get a fire going, the sticks were also completely natural, produced from waste – the stumps left from felled pine trees – by locals in Guatemala. By starting fair trade production on a larger scale, Michael helped 400 of these descendents of Maya Indians make more money so that they were able to start sending their children to school.
A year later the fire-starters were launched in Sweden. Unfortunately, the timing wasn’t right, nobody really understood the product, and we didn’t have enough money to market it. It was a complete flop. Extremely frustrating, since we just loved our MayaSticks and truly believed that more people would do so too if they only discovered them…