More than just a knife, more than just a fire starter.
A colorful outdoor knife with Swedish FireSteel® fire starter. The Swedish FireKnife is a collaboration between Light My Fire and Mora of Sweden, and we could hardly have picked a better partner. Mora has made top-notch knives for 120 years.
But 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.
Blade: Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel
Grip: TPE rubber material
Swedish FireSteel®: magnesium alloy
Actual size: 225x45x38mm Weight: 94 g
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. Based in Sweden, Light My Fire specializes in outdoor accessories that are as practical in the city as they are in the wild. From making fires to eating meals - our products have been taken to heart all over the world by both the backyard and the backwoods survivalist
Review of Light my Fire Swedish firestarter knifeBy: Cliff Paterson on 19 April 2019Blade seems to be of a high quality and the added bonus of the ferro rod in the handle for emergency firestarting gives great piece of mind when going off into the wilderness
Pretty good but overpriced.By: Chelsea on 13 March 2019Nice solid knife with striker that locks into the handle. Feels good in the hand, blade is on the smaller side, but manageable. Steel/edge on blade ok, could be much better, but you get what you pay for. Sheath has good blade lock, no problems with it falling out. Striker works well, creates a decent spark. Overall a solid dual function knife to throw in with your camping gear.