Credit Card Size Tinder Scraper Survival Card – Readyman

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Tinder Scraper Card
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$ 8.99 $ 12.99

RM_CMP_SCRAPERCARD

The ReadyMan Tinder Scraper Survival Card is a handy, lightweight item that will save you time and frustration when trying to start a fire with the bare minimum tools available.

Use the sharp stainless steel edges to rapidly create tinder from a dry stick which is the foundation for a stable fire. 

Specifications:

  • 301 Stainless Steel
  • Credit Card Size (3 1/2" W x 2" H)
  • 1 oz.

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JW
08/02/2022
Jackson W.
United States

Tinder scraper card review

I find that this is a great item. I intend to buy more soon.

JW
12/06/2021
Jackson W.
United States United States

How???

How can I review something I haven’t received? The FedEx site says a label was never created. So much for the Christmas gifts this was supposed to be for.

WB
01/02/2021
Wesley B.
United States United States

Tinder Scraper Card

I practiced a bit before I went out to use it, if wood is reasonably dry, it works well, prepare your fire area to block wind etc. and keep the fuel coming when you get a flame.

RJ
03/06/2020
Ronald J.
United States United States

Tender Scraper Card review

Great. Perfect size for my wallet.

JH
02/15/2020
John H.
United States United States

Will still work with it, but a dud so far

I really liked this concept, and the small size and weight. I really want it to work. I figured, hey the guys at Readyman test all this stuff, right, so it’s probably pretty cool to use. Wrong. I will keep trying for a while, but it’s hard to use. It also bends if you’re not careful how you put force on it. And it doesn’t seem to make shredded wood out of the few things (including Atwood) the I tried. But maybe it’s like pistols, which like certain brands of ammo more than others. So, I’ll use it a few times out in the woods. But so far, a knife, any kind, just works a lot better for building fires. John H.