Stormproof matches are windproof, waterproof, light up quickly and consistently in driving rain, heavy winds, and falling snow. They have a burn time of up to 15 seconds, plus they will relight after being submerged in water. The stormproof match kit with waterproof case is perfect for camping, emergency kits, and should be part of every emergency essentials check list.
Match Kit with Waterproof Case Features
- Includes 25 windproof and waterproof matches and 3 strikers
- The match case that can hold up to 40 matches
- Matches are easy to light and will burn up to 15 seconds each
- They will relight after being submerged in water
- Waterproof, durable ABS plastic case floats and keeps contents dry and protected
- The case has an external, integrated, and replaceable striker for easy lighting
- Extended length of match allows for added safety to keep from burning fingertips
Match Kit with Waterproof Case Description
Each match kit includes twenty-five Stormproof matches, three strikers, and a cotton ball inside a waterproof case that floats. The waterproof, durable ABS plastic case can hold up to 40 Stormproof Matches. You just need to alternate the match tips with some facing up and some facing down. Having more matches could be important especially for longer trips when you need the added security to build a fire.
Match Kit with Waterproof Case Order Link: UCO Stormproof Matches Kit
What we Liked Most about the Match Kit with Waterproof Case
This match kit is a good thing to have in your fire starting kit. Also a great addition to an emergency or survival kit. The matches will light even if they get wet. The case floats so, if you drop it in water, the matches will stay dry.
What we Did Not Like about the Match Kit with Waterproof Case
The strike pads wear out quickly so make sure you have an extra one before you go anywhere. Also the matches have a strong odor when lit but this is just a minor flaw.
More about the Match Kit with Waterproof Case
If a match becomes wet, just wipe dry before use.
If the striker becomes wet, the striker will not work. It needs to dry first so that the surface is once again firm.
You will probably want to keep a second striker in your survival kit.
Stormproof matches are the ultimate emergency fire starting tool.
They are fairly expensive. However, they are well worth it.
The matches and holder are good quality.
This match kit is a must have for camping or an emergency situation.