Outdoor Element set to Launch Fire Escape, the newest must-have Multi-Tool Carabiner

  It appeals to everyone, from first-responder to soccer-mom, anyone who spends time outside or rides in a vehicle.

A fire starting, window breaking, seatbelt cutting, bottle popping, O2 tank opening, every-day-carry, multi-tool carabiner, a must-have tool for everyone.

You don’t have to be an outdoor enthusiast to have multiple carabiners lying around. We use them on a regular basis. They come in many shapes and sizes and are great for keeping important items close at hand, preventing them from getting lost, storing things, hanging things, and just making life easier.

Outdoor Element previously created the Firebiner®, the fire-starting multitool carabiner. It was well received by our community. Soon after, Outdoor Element was approached by a group of first-responders, and they put in a request to create a carabiner for them.

Designed with first-responders in mind, built for everyone, introducing the Fire Escape.

Made from stainless steel, it’s built to last. Sure it looks awesome, but the focus is on innovation and function. This simple tool not only comes with a beefy seatbelt cutter, a window breaker, a bottle opener, an O2 wrench and a hex wrench (doubling as hang-slots for keys), it also features the patent-pending EverSpark wheel technology designed into a carabiner body.

With the flick of a finger, a spark can totally change your situation. Use it to start a fire, a grill, a tiki torch, a stove, wherever and whenever you need a spark to light things up. Yes, the ferro rod is replaceable, so these multitool carabiners can keep on sparking.

The Fire Escape is rated for 100 lbs. of gear, yet only weighs 1.7 oz. It replaces several tools in your go bag. Whether relaxing outside or caught in an emergency, being prepared is important and brings peace of mind. The Fire Escape will help you with the following essentials, and many more:

• Slicing a seat belt or just cutting some cord,
• Smashing a window and escaping to safety,
• Starting a fire and staying warm,
• Opening up an oxygen tank without fumbling for a separate wrench when seconds count,
• Tightening or loosening screws to keep things in working order,
• Popping open a cold one for some pop, fizz, happiness, and
• Lighting a camp stove or grill to get dinner going.

Learn more about the Fire Escape from Outdoor Element here…

 

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