Coghlans Waterproof Matches

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Coghlans Waterproof Matches -

Keep fire starting ability with you wherever you are with Coghlan's Waterproof Matches. Each compact box contains approximately 45 wooden matches and fits easily into a pocket. Convenient fire source is ideal for hunters, fishermen, campers or outdoor workers. Safety designed match will not light accidentally—the match must be struck on waterproof striker surface on box. Four boxes.

Manufacturer model #: 940BP.

Features:

  • card board matches
  • set of 4
  • Wt. 2 oz (56.6 g)
Cabelas
Ideal for avid campers, hikers or hunters. Each pocket-sized box contains approximately 45 safety matches that cannot light accidentally. Waterproof striker surface on each box. Per 4 boxes.

USOutdoor.com
These Coghlan Waterproof Matches are ideal for Hunters, Fishermen, Campers or Outdoor Workers. They cannot be lite accidentally, must be struck.

Campmor
Plastic coated inner box. Cannot light accidentally. Must be struck on waterproof striker surface on box. 4 boxes.
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Content:40 / pack
Size:2" x 1.5" x 1/2" (5 cm x 3.8 cm x 1.27 cm)
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Coghlans Waterproof Matches Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

A Must for Your Survival Gear

When it gets wet and cold, and you are in the middle of nowhere, regular lighters and matches will fail, and while the fire starters (flint stix) look cool on TV, they do not work in real life unless you are carrying around gas soaked tinder, and if you need to do this, wha't the point in having one? When archaeologists find you in 100 years, they will think you lived in an ice, all because you could not start your fire. The water proof matches work every time and in almost any condition.
Rafterman8 at Cabelas on 09/02/2011

Just in case...bring em along

They are not perfect, but put them in a water tight box or zip lock bag for added protection, just make sure you keep the striker on the box.
Packbacker at Campmor on 11/11/2010

HEAT

THE MATCHES WERE A LIFESAVER WITH IT RAINING AND NO OTHER WAY TO START A FIRE IN THE IDAHO MOUNTAINS ON A 3 DAY BACKING TRIP
KICCKJ at Cabelas on 06/26/2012

Can't Beat The Price

These matches really work and don't add much weight to your pack. They are really great matches and you get a lot for just [$].
UpstateIrish at Campmor on 09/09/2010

They work

What can one say, they work.
tfg1 at Cabelas on 01/16/2012

Waterproof Matches

They work just like advertised.
SETX at Cabelas on 04/24/2012

Negative Reviews:

waterproof and mostly fireproof

Since they never got wet I don't know if these matches are water proof. I can say however that about a third of the matches in each box are completely fireproof, refusing to light even though completely dry.
Mike at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Neutral Reviews:

OK not Great

Product is OK, but I would NOT bet my life on them. TGhey do work, but not as well as led to believe by advertising, as test an item like this for yourself prior to taking into back country or putting in your just in case bag. I carried on my A.T. thru in a zip loc, worked but I was able to keep them dry, tested prior to hike did not lite easily wet soaked, for me.
Take-A-Break at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Good match, striker sucks

The matches are great. They work well for the first 10 or so matches that are struck, but then the striker becomes coated in match head dust and it becomes extremely difficult, even futile, to attempt to loght the rest of the matches with that box. Other than the striker, these matches work well in wet or dry conditions.
Pyromad at Campmor on 04/04/2012