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Fire Disc Fire Starter

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Fire Disc Fire Starter

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Free Shipping: Yes - When order subtotal is $199 or more
Ships Canada Wide: Yes
Product Code: 9-0126

 

$1.95
Impress your friends with your fire starting skills. Or get a fire going in the rain when no else can. Each Fire Disc burns for 30 minutes, giving you ample time to build up a bustling fire, or warm up that pot of stew.

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Coghlan’s Fire Discs are an ideal fuel source for starting campfires, wood stoves or even cooking a single pot of stew on the side of a mountain. Fire Discs are made from cedar and highly refined wax, and are designed to light easily and burn hot. Perfect for emergency cooking or as a heat or warming source, as each disc burns for 30 minutes. Can be stored indefinitely.

Burn remains disintegrate into a simple to dispose of powder.


Specs:

• Burn time: ¼ Disc - Approximately 15 minutes - Full Disc - Approximately 30 minutes
• Individual Product Dimension: 1” tall x 4” diameter (3.5 oz)


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Free Shipping Yes - When order subtotal is $199 or more
Short Description Impress your friends with your fire starting skills. Or get a fire going in the rain when no else can. Each Fire Disc burns for 30 minutes, giving you ample time to build up a bustling fire, or warm up that pot of stew.
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Gluten Free No
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Ships Canada Wide Yes
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