Bow Drill Kit - A Good Fire Starter Survival Tool
Practice frictional fire skills by a primitive way, learn how to make fire by yourself.
- A good fire starter survival tool for scout or outdoor person training and teaching.
- A good parent-child educational toys for children. Learning while playing with your kids.
Warning: Please be careful when the fire suddenly burst into flames !!!
You can refer to the relevant instructions and video for more details.
A Good Gift
An ingenious gift and gadget for outdoor enthusiasts, survivalists, hunters, and campers.
It's also suggested to be used as an educational tool for showing primitive way to make fire and the the principle that friction generates heat.
Tip: The jute tinder should not be used up at one time if you can't find substitutes.
- 1 Wooden Spindle
- 1 Fire Board (10 holes and you can diy more)
- 1 Bamboo Handle
- 1 Jute Tinder (as a coal catcher)
1 Pocket Bellow - Generation 1 Special Edition
1 Pressure Plate - Generation 2
1.Prepare part of our jute tinder under of the fire board holes to hold the ember as a coal catcher, one end of the board can be raised a bit to help the air circulation.
2.Keep drilling the fire board vertically until producing smoke by friction with the wrapped string of the bamboo handle (Please be sure the wrapped string is tight and neat enough to not slip during operation).
3.Please drill the spindle at uniform speed firstly, keep smoking continuously, and speed up in the latter half.
4.Please do not drill through the board, in case the ember go off.
5.Please handle the jute tinder carefully and blow it consistently, then you make fire.