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Exotac – The Fire Starter With Style

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Exotac has lots of fire starter options. This time we take a look at some of their fire steel (ferro rod) choices. The polySTRIKER XL, the nanoSTRIKER XL and the fireROD. And play with some fatwood.

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16 thoughts on “Exotac – The Fire Starter With Style

  1. I have a Casio pathfinder watch , has the barometer, temperature, and compass, and altimeter, works really well , Any outdoorsman/survivalist should get them one of these.

  2. Great video and nothing at all against you Brian but these are way overpriced. You can get gear that works just as well for a whole lot less. A lot of companies out there are really just trying to make a buck (or millions) off of us regular people that just want to go camping or be prepared. You can get a fero rod and striker from several places for less than $10. Quick tender is also available on Amazon in packs of 50 for around $12.

    1. Survival On Purpose I agree and hope you understand that I am not bashing you. I love your videos and look forward to new ones. I’m just unimpressed by how much some of these companies are charging for very simple items. I also am a boy scout leader and want to say kudos to you for that too.

    2. Sure you can accomplish the same basic task for less money, and there is nothing wrong with that. But there is also nothing wrong with creating products for people who are not looking for the absolute least expensive way to do things. It is all about choices and options.

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