Dragon's Breath Ferro Rod & Striker
The Dragon's Breath Ferro Rod & Striker
Introducing our Dragon's Breath Ferrocerium Rod and Striker – the ultimate fire making tool for any outdoor adventure. With an incredible shower of sparks that will light your tinder every time, this reliable ferro rod is designed to start a fire with any kind of tinder, from paracord and jute twine to hemp rope and wood slivers. With over 5000 strikes and the ability to work in any weather condition, the Dragon's Breath Ferrocerium Rod and Striker is a must-have for any survival kit or bushcraft gear.
Each Dragon's Breath Ferrocerium Rod comes heat sealed in a ziplock mylar bag, with an oxygen absorber to prevent corrosion and oxidization. The striker is designed for both left and right-handed bushcrafters and survivors, allowing for precise manipulation and spark making at the end of the rod. The long lanyard makes it easy to carry your handy fire starting tool with you anywhere you go.
Don't settle for a subpar fire starter – upgrade to the Dragon's Breath Ferrocerium Rod and Striker today. And for those who need even more durability and longevity, check out the Dragon's Breath Heavy Duty Ferro Rod & Striker.
Where is This Product Made?
We wish we could say this was made from Australian components, but we cannot.
We do not manufacture ferrocerium rods in this country, nor are we able to stamp small steel units in relatively small batches (5000pcs) economically - IF an Australian manufacturer contacts us to help us make this in Australia, we will jump at the opportunity.
In the meantime:
The Ferro rod is manufactured in Europe to our exact specifications, this includes material composition and hardness.
The Striker is made in China.
Assembly is carried out in Western Australia by the SSA Team.
- Dimensions: 9.5mm (Rod Dia) x 100mm
- Handle Length: 33mm
- Striker Dimensions: 55mm x 18mm (Widest Point) - Suits BOTH Left & Right Handed Survivalists and Bushcrafters
- Lanyard Length: 41.7cm
- Overall Weight: 50g
Ratings & Reviews
Works well, but the product design could use some improvement.
by Tyson -
Testing the item out in the field worked well, I was able to get a fire going in fairly dry conditions in about 5 minutes.
<br>Ferro rod is longer than many others which makes it easier to use
<br>Works fine even when soaking wet
<br>Doesn't store particularly well, its a bit awkward to carry. The two parts just jingle around.
<br>Would be good if the striker could be attached to or inserted into a slot in the ferro handle, either by a small magnet, or a plastic slot/detente. It might also be good if the ferro rod had a plastic cover that could be removed and replaced to protect it when not in use, but this would of course increase the cost.