CommenceFire!™ - Emergency Fire and Heat Kit
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What is the likelihood that, in an emergency and under stress, you'll be able to:
-find a dry and sheltered location, -find enough dry wood and dry tinder, -stack the wood and tinder properly, -have the right tools to ignite the tinder, -and get the fire started in wind and rain,
start a fire that will blaze constantly at high heat for at least 2 1/2 hours?
Not likely unless you have CommenceFire!
- The Fast Antidote for Hypothermia and Exposure
- Cold and Wet needs Commence Fire! to get you Hot and Dry
- 1000°F Fire in less than 5 minutes to warm your outside
- Quick Hot Tea with Sugar Drink to warm your insides
- Everything you need to get the Fire going immediately
- You can dry firewood and heat rocks for long lasting heat
- Reflective Mylar blanket to reflect heat and Mylar bag to melt snow
With CommenceFire! You won’t end up as just another statistic
Rescue workers saved stranded snowmobilers in B.C. backcountry
- "Ray was freezing," Trewin recalls. "I built fire the whole time I was there. There was no dry wood. I was burning that green moss off the tree limbs. I cut every limb I could find off."
Hiker froze to death
- The hiker found dead in the woods south of Kachina Village last month died of accidental hypothermia, according to a report released Friday by the Coconino County Medical Examiner's Office. Searchers found Stefan Nikolai, 38, of Flagstaff, unresponsive about a half mile south of FR 237 in Pumphouse Wash early on the morning of Jan. 21. His wife reported him missing the night before after he did not return before dark from a day hike.
Man Dies after Two Months Stuck in Snowdrift
- The body of a man found by forest service workers on Thursday on a back road near Marion Forks is that of 68-year-old Jerry William McDonald, the Linn County, Oregon Sheriff’s Office has announced. An autopsy showed that McDonald’s death was consistent with starvation and/or hypothermia.
Upper Midwest Chills Out Motorists Stranded by Storms
- Rescuers searched for stranded motorists Friday in deadly storms that made travel all but impossible in South Dakota and other parts of the upper Midwest, while temperatures plunged from Colorado to Tennessee. A woman who slid into a ditch in a blizzard and was stranded nearly 40 hours in her pickup was rescued late Friday by snowmobilers after searchers picked up a signal from her cellular telephone.
Body found in second Mount Hood snow cave
- Weather conditions have been harsh since the three were reporting missing eight days ago, with heavy snow fall and wind gusts of up to 100 mph. The snow stopped Saturday, but wind up to 50 mph blew the fresh snow, hampering visibility. Skies were blue Sunday, the wind was still, and temperatures at the summit were reported near zero degrees.
Commence Fire! To build a fire "commencefire!"