Wood Burning Stove Fatwood Molle Bag Ferro Rod Charcloth Survival Emergency


Tools For Your Survival-Designed, Assembled, and Shipped from the USA

Kaeser Wilderness fire-starting kits are made from the most durable materials available. All of our kits are tested in the wilderness before we offer them for sale. Designed and assembled right here in the USA, Kaeser Wilderness fire-starting, survival kits are built to perform every time even under the most severe conditions

Take charge of your ability to start a fire quickly. Having a fire-starting kit in your car or emergency pack could save your and your family's life, especially when traveling anywhere in harsh weather during the fall or winter. With fatwood, you will have the ability to start a fire in any weather conditions, including snow, rain, or heavy wind. Fatwood has been used for hundreds of years to start fires because it's naturally soaked in the tree's resin. No chemicals are used here, it's non-toxic and ignites instantly. Cut from dead pine stumps left after logging, we never cut live trees. Use to start all kinds of fires, for wood stoves, campfires, fireplaces, barbecues, and more.

This kit includes one of the most compact, lightweight wood-burning/alcohol stoves you can buy. This wood-burning stove uses twigs, wood, and pine cones, no need for fuel canisters. User-friendly with an open mouth for conveniently adding fuel. Environmentally friendly, with no fuel canisters, no chemical emissions, no batteries, less carbon. Unlimited fuel sources, cook a meal using pine cones and boil water in minutes. Can also be used as a heating stove to keep you warm in cold conditions. Made of hardened stainless steel and built to last, this stove is meant for backpacking, camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, off-grid survival, power outages, and general disaster preparedness. Includes a back bag for convenient carrying.

This kit comes with a cable saw, and fatwood sticks for kindling material. The sticks are cut from dead pine stumps left after logging, we never cut live trees. It's very easy to light your stove with fatwood. Use your knife to feather the end of a piece of fatwood (the more the fatwood is feathered, the quicker it will ignite). Hold the Ferro rod at a 90-degree angle using your striker to strike down onto the feathered fatwood. Strike the Ferro rod with the striker to ignite the fatwood, then place the burning stick into your stove. Start with small twigs and add larger pieces.

If you have any questions about how to use this gear, feel free to contact me, Steve Kaeser.


(1) Camp stove: 4 1/4" high, 3 2/3" wide, 3 1/2" deep, folds down nearly flat (3 1/2" x 4 1/2"). Boils 16 oz of water in approximately 7 min, weighs 6 oz., and fits in your backpack.

(1) Green carry case for stove

(1) Ferro rod: 3 1/3" thick x 2 3/4" long, will last for thousands of strikes

(1) Striker: 2 7/8", also functions as a bottle opener, ruler hex wrench, and serrated scraper. Will last a lifetime

(1) Stainless steel cable saw: 22" long

(20) Sticks of fatwood: 4" long in a burlap bag

(1) 36 inches piece of jute soaked in soy wax. Ignites with sparks from your Ferro rod.

(1) Stainless Steel Fire Tube compacts down to 3 1/2in. Start a fire from coals, just by blowing air through the tube

(1) Molle bag pouch 7" high x 5" wide x 3"thick, everything fits into this bag

Thanks for looking. See you out on the trail.

Kaeser Wilderness Supply since 1989.

First, Steve is very kind, responsive, and understanding. Had package issues, and he was quick with his assistance. As the item itself, it's well made and seems to be durable. It is a gift for a fellow backpacker and they absolutely like how compact it is. They can't wait to use it!

Items as described! Very fast shipping and good communication. Will use vendor again!

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