Firebiner: A handy carabiner that can start fires and more.
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Firebiner 5-in-1 Multi-tool and Fire Starter

A handy carabiner that can start fires and more.

Four built-in tools (spark wheel, safety utility blade, flathead screwdriver tip, and bottle opener).
Rated for 100 lbs, weighs just 1 oz.
Replaceable ferro rods (two refills included).
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  • Firebiner
  • Four built-in tools (spark wheel, safety utility blade, flathead screwdriver tip, and bottle opener).
  • Rated for 100 lbs, weighs just 1 oz.
  • Replaceable ferro rods (two refills included).
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Survival and convenience rarely go hand in hand, but these two opposites are joined together in the handy Firebiner.

This carabiner can’t support you while rock climbing, but it can save your life. In addition to helping attach gear to a bag (or keys to a belt), the multi-tool has a built-in spark wheel that helps you start fires in emergency situations. The rest of the time, you can use the Firebiner’s four additional functions (blade, screwdriver tip, hang slots, and bottle opener) to make your daily life a little easier.

The lightweight accessory is easy to carry in your pocket or clip to your backpack. The titanium-coated stainless steel design means the Firebiner can survive the rigors of the wilderness or your everyday life.

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Features & specs

  • Carabiner multi-tool with integrated spark wheel
  • Functions: spark wheel, stainless steel wire gate, safety utility blade, two hang slots, flathead screwdriver tip, and bottle opener
  • Includes two replacement ferro rods
  • Weight: 1 oz (28.35 g)
  • Approx. dimensions: 2.75” x 1.25” x 0.25” (6.99 cm x 3.18 cm x 0.64 cm)
  • Material: titanium-coated stainless steel
  • Rated for 100 lbs
  • Not for climbing

Everyday survival

You can’t start a fire without a spark (source: Bruce Springsteen), and there’s no telling when starting a fire could save your life. Carry the Firebiner to make sure you’re always prepared for the worst.

When you spin the spark wheel on the Firebiner, it rubs against a small, spring-loaded ferro rod to create sparks in nearly any weather condition. Use the spark to catch tinder on fire and make an emergency situation less of an emergency.

Let’s see your keyring do that!

Utility player

In addition to its carabiner and firestarter functions, the Firebiner has three other tools integrated into its compact form.

The integrated utility blade can cut through anything from stray strings on your shirt to a seat belt during a car accident. Although sharp enough for those functions, its recessed design protects against accidental pokes.

The flathead screwdriver tip is useful for tightening loose screws, and the bottle opener will make you a welcome guest around campfires.

Multi-tool carabiner
Four built-in tools.

Titanium tough

Carabiners have transcended the rock climbing world to become one of the most widely used accessories for carrying your keys. The Firebiner has all the practicality of the popular clip including a tough design and steel wire gate that hold up to 100 lbs of gear. As a bonus, there are two hang slots on the bottom of the Firebiner for extra storage.

Clip it to your backpack for camping trips and slide it in your pocket for everyday use. With its lightweight, titanium-coated steel, there’s nothing stopping you from carrying it wherever you go.

Titanium coated steel carabiner
Rated for 100 lbs, weighs just 1 oz.

Replaceable rods

There are two replacement ferrocerium rods included with your Firebiner to ensure you’re always prepared for an emergency. Simply remove the small screw behind the rod to replace your rod and keep sparking.

Replaceable ferro rods
Replaceable ferro rods (two refills included).

Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Could this potentially start a fire in my pocket or backpack?

Answer: Making a spark with the Firebiner requires deliberate force. Incidental jostling would not be enough to turn the spark wheel.

Question: How would I use the hang slots?

Answer: The Firebiner’s hang slots could be used for your keyring or anything you want to hang with by a string. It gives you another two options besides the carabiner itself.

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