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SurvivorSteel Ferro rod Review by Happily Ever Outdoors


Folks will hear again with happily ever outdoors. In this video, we're going to be taking a look at the survivors steel Firestarter from Titan survival. Thank you to the folks at tightened survival for sending this product out to us to test and review. Very excited to take a look at this thing. I love the unique design but I gotta let you guys know that I am not a paid representative of the company. So even though I got this at no cost to me and exchange from an unbiased opinion, any statements that I make or opinions that I express in this video are my own. So feral rods are a really great way to start a fire guys, mainly because of the fact that they can throw sparks that are an excess of 3000 degrees Fahrenheit. Feral rods are dependable. They work in adverse weather conditions. They're not affected by rain or moisture, really. So there's something you can always count on. What I love about this fair rod is that it's generously oversize to start with. You can see it has a five inch by half an inch in diameter fail rod. So that's a very large they estimate that you'll get over 12,000 strikes from this rod. And I don't see any reason why that wouldn't be correct. These things are very long lasting and again, given the diameter of this thing, you're not going to have to worry about it breaking, and you're not gonna have to worry about it running out anytime soon. Now this woven lanyard handle sort of thing you see here is actually made from their patented survivor cord. You can look up my review on that to get more info, but survivor court is awesome because not only does it come with the strains that you see in traditional pair cord, but you also get a wax Tinder in there. You get fishing line in there and you get breasts, snare wire. So it's really pair cord taken up to like a whole nother level in terms of its survival performance capabilities, by the way, in the pair cord that you see here, you've got about 11 feet, total length. So you'd have a lot of cord to work with. If you did have to unravel this, this Farrell also comes with an emergency whistle on the end of the lanyard, which you can see here. And it is very loud. You can also see right here that this lanyard is adjustable using the slider, which is great. If you want to kind of hold onto the hard rope section here and use that as sort of a handle to extend your grip on the feral rod. But you can also use that in a self-defense type scenario where you could slide up, you could choke that adjuster up on your wrist and hold onto his hand, all right here, and use this as a sort of a monkey fist that pinch in a bad situation where your life was in danger. Definitely something to think about. So right away, some of the things that I really like about the design of this is that it's large without being too huge. And it's great because you can see that you can kind of double this over right here, and then that will slide into your back pocket in your jeans. No problem. It won't stick out and you just have that little bit of a lanyard sticking out that you can grab onto and you can pull it out. So very portable. And as you, so it's not unreasonable for it to be something that you throw in your back pocket or throw in your bag. It's also not crazy heavy but it's plenty big enough to make it a lot more workable. If you're somebody like me, who likes to in general you know, use fair rods whenever you can, that way you're, you know, well-practiced with them. And, and you know, it's just, I like using that rather than a lighter if I can. So it's nice that they went big without going too big. This is a really great job they did on the weave on this, by the way, a super tight, really clean looking. And they did a good job of finishing it off. This just definitely, it looks like high quality professional, you know, it doesn't look like some you know, janky thing that somebody put together in their garage. They didn't know what they were doing. You know, it's, it's really, really, really nice. And of course, you guys know I love survivor chord, so it's really great to see this much survivor cord integrated into a product like this. Of course, at the end of the day, what really matters is how well can it start a fire? So I've got some tenders that I brought out with me. We're going to check this out real quick with a couple of different types of Tinder and see how easy it is to get a fire started. All right, folks. So as you can see, tightened survivals survivor's steel is perfectly capable of lighting up multiple types of Tinder. It's very easy to use again, it's just the right size. It's big without being too big. The pair cord wrap right there, it makes a really awesome handle. You can see it gives you something to really kind of choke your hand up further on. So you can just get a hold of the end of that rod. So you've got the whole surface area that you can work with. So really, really awesome design, as far as that's concerned, again, it's sweet that you can fold it right in half, just like that, tuck it in your pocket. The fact that it has that lanyard on there is great. If you need to choke that up on your wrist, or like I mentioned earlier, if you want to use it as a self-defense tool and the emergency whistle on here is really good too. I went kind of easy on it early in the video. So let's try that out again. Oh yeah. That's got my ears ringing. So that is definitely going to carry. It's kind of cool that it has, that that's really the first time I've seen that in a fire steel. So I mean, you know, why not? It's another smart thing to have is one of those things that a lot of people don't like to carry and you know, if you ever get one and you need one, boom, you've got it right there. Now these guys currently go for just under 20 bucks on tightened, or you can find them on Amazon, places like that. And it is definitely well worth it. This is the kind of thing you're going to get years and years and miles and miles of use out of, I know it's definitely going to become a, one of the fair rods in my kit would be great for your personal kit. Taken with you out in the woods would be great for a bug out or a get home bag, something like that, just an all around really good product, a great value. And it's definitely one worth checking out. So if you've never heard of Titan survival before, make sure you head on over to Titan and definitely take a look at their survivor steel. All right, folks, this concludes our review of the Titan survival survivors steel. Firestarter feel free to leave your comments and questions below and make sure you subscribe to our channel. Thanks for watching.