Firebiner (Special Editions)

A survival carabiner that is as much for everyday use as it is for survival enhancement. These have been custom-etched with some of our favorite places. Color choices vary by special edition. Some may be available for limited time only.

$14.95

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Additional information

Weight 0.09 lbs
Dimensions 5.75 × 3 × 0.25 in
FEATURES

EverSpark Technology: patent-pending Spark Wheel to help start fires easily
Replaceable ferro rod, with extra rods included
Very strong stainless steel construction with a 100 lbs capacity
Extremely durable titanium coating
Lightweight, only 1 oz
Stainless steel safety blade to easily cut paracord, fishing line, string and much more
Bottle opener for refreshment time.
Screwdriver tip
Hang slots to connect keys or anything else with an appropriate ring or clasp
Strong, thin, stainless steel gate that stays closed but is easy to open when needed

Special Edition

Colorado, Rocky Mtn Natl Park, Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Zion Natl Park, Grand Teton, Yosemite, Glacier Natl Park, Mt Rushmore, Lake Powell, Texas, Great Smoky, Death Valley, Joshua Tree, Bryce Canyon, Devils Tower

Color

Black Forest, Silverthorne, Blue River, Aurora (Multicolor), Golden

Warranty

FIREBINER LIMITED WARRANTY

The Firebiner (“product”) is covered under a limited warranty by Outdoor Element (“maker”). This limited warranty covers any defects in material or workmanship under normal use and maintenance for 180 days from the date of purchase (“warranty period”) from an authorized dealer. During this warranty period maker will refund the purchase price or replace the product at no charge if product proves defective because of improper material or workmanship, under normal use and maintenance. A replacement product assumes the remaining warranty of the original product or 90 days from the date of replacement, whichever is longer.

This limited warranty does not cover any problem caused by conditions, malfunctions or damage not resulting from defects in material or workmanship. This limited warranty does not cover product sold by unauthorized dealers. Maker does not authorize anyone other than themselves to sell their product on 3rd party internet sites (such as Amazon, eBay, Walmart, etc.).

To find authorized dealers and their locations, please see https://www.outdoorelement.com/retail-locator/ or write to us at OE Retailer Request, PO Box 3392, Englewood, CO 80155-3392.

To obtain warranty service, contact us at info@outdoorelement.com to determine the problem and the most appropriate solution for you.

2 reviews for Firebiner (Special Editions)

  1. Brittany Frostrom (verified owner)

    I had the awesome opportunity to test the Firebiner by Outdoor Element.

    I am an avid backpacker and as so there are a few things that I love when it comes to gear. Multifunctional, light weight, and simplicity. All these items were checked-off my list when I received the Firebiner to review. At first glance this just looked like a typical carabiner, but when you really get into the looking at this Firebiner, you know that this is something unique. I was really excited to take this over the weekend to try it out. For our hike in to the campground I used it to attach my solar lantern to my pack and it held up, with no issues. Once at camp I transferred that set-up from my pack to the inside of the tent while we got ready for bed. In the morning I was able to test out the features a bit more. I played with the gate mechanism by just flicking it open with my thumb multiple times and I will say that is the only feature I wish was more heavy-duty. It closes properly, but just feels a tad weak. However, it did still complete its intended job of holding on to whatever I clip it to with no failures. I will cut it some slack because I know for a light weight biner it isn’t going to be a thick/heavy gate that’s going to snap close in the speed of light. Isn’t like I am going to be repelling off of it either. After its main feature comes the spark wheel! The firestarter and key appeal to me about this piece of equipment. I used it to light my Jetboil and it only took one flick for it to ignite the flame. Take a look at the videos included to see how quick and easy it was. This is priceless to me because at high alltitudes, the Jetboil’s normal ignitor has troubles. It is a peace of mind knowing that included in my normal piece of gear (carabiner), I have a fire starter no matter what. On top of that, you don’t have to worry about the ferro rod dying out because it is replaceable! Instead of having to rebuy the entire firebiner, you can just replace the inside ferro rod and keep on sparkin’. When you purchase the finebiner, it includes two replacements! Its next feature that it includes is a tiny stainless steel blade along the spine of it that you can use to cut anything around camp that. I would see this especially hand if you fish to cut a quick line! Next feature is at the top of the spine you see a flatten edge. This is a screwdriver tip! Always a handy item to have. Between the screwdriver tip and the stainless steel blade you get a bonus feature… a bottle opener! I mean, no one can argue about this not being a great add-on! Last feature that makes this product to great in my eyes it’s the key-holes that the very bottom. There is a spot to attach your key ring without the fear of losing your keys when using the carabiner portion!

    To make this simpler for you here is a breakdown of the pros and cons I saw while testing out this product!

    Cons:

    Gate closes ‘softly’
    Pros:

    Light weight

    Multifunctional

    Simple

    Fire starter/ spark wheel

    Screwdriver tip

    Stainless steel blade

    Bottle opener

    Replaceable ferro rod

    Designated spot for a key ring

    Conclusion: I definitely recommend this product for just about anyone! It’s is a handy tool that is multifunctional and light weight so there is no reason to not have this in your gear list! Thank you Outdoor Element for this awesome product!

  2. Brittany Frostrom (verified owner)

    I had the awesome opportunity to test the Firebiner by Outdoor Element.

    I am an avid backpacker and as so there are a few things that I love when it comes to gear. Multifunctional, light weight, and simplicity. All these items were checked-off my list when I received the Firebiner to review. At first glance this just looked like a typical carabiner, but when you really get into the looking at this Firebiner, you know that this is something unique. I was really excited to take this over the weekend to try it out. For our hike in to the campground I used it to attach my solar lantern to my pack and it held up, with no issues. Once at camp I transferred that set-up from my pack to the inside of the tent while we got ready for bed. In the morning I was able to test out the features a bit more. I played with the gate mechanism by just flicking it open with my thumb multiple times and I will say that is the only feature I wish was more heavy-duty. It closes properly, but just feels a tad weak. However, it did still complete its intended job of holding on to whatever I clip it to with no failures. I will cut it some slack because I know for a light weight biner it isn’t going to be a thick/heavy gate that’s going to snap close in the speed of light. Isn’t like I am going to be repelling off of it either. After its main feature comes the spark wheel! The firestarter and key appeal to me about this piece of equipment. I used it to light my Jetboil and it only took one flick for it to ignite the flame. Take a look at the videos included to see how quick and easy it was. This is priceless to me because at high alltitudes, the Jetboil’s normal ignitor has troubles. It is a peace of mind knowing that included in my normal piece of gear (carabiner), I have a fire starter no matter what. On top of that, you don’t have to worry about the ferro rod dying out because it is replaceable! Instead of having to rebuy the entire firebiner, you can just replace the inside ferro rod and keep on sparkin’. When you purchase the finebiner, it includes two replacements! Its next feature that it includes is a tiny stainless steel blade along the spine of it that you can use to cut anything around camp that. I would see this especially hand if you fish to cut a quick line! Next feature is at the top of the spine you see a flatten edge. This is a screwdriver tip! Always a handy item to have. Between the screwdriver tip and the stainless steel blade you get a bonus feature… a bottle opener! I mean, no one can argue about this not being a great add-on! Last feature that makes this product to great in my eyes it’s the key-holes that the very bottom. There is a spot to attach your key ring without the fear of losing your keys when using the carabiner portion! Lastly is for the special edition is the etching of Yosemite on mine and I love it!! Adds some flare to personlize it!

    To make this simpler for you here is a breakdown of the pros and cons I saw while testing out this product!

    Cons:

    Gate closes ‘softly’
    Pros:

    Light weight

    Multifunctional

    Simple

    Fire starter/ spark wheel

    Screwdriver tip

    Stainless steel blade

    Bottle opener

    Replaceable ferro rod

    Designated spot for a key ring

    Conclusion: I definitely recommend this product for just about anyone! It’s is a handy tool that is multifunctional and light weight so there is no reason to not have this in your gear list! Thank you Outdoor Element for this awesome product!

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