ReadyFuel 120 Pack



 

ReadyFuel is versatile and ready for any situation from camping to any survival need. ReadyFuel doesn't freeze, evaporate or melt. it is clean, water soluble and odorless.


Quick Overview:
  • Boils water easily
  • Odorless (will not contaminate the flavor of your food)
  • Does not evaporate, freeze or melt
  • Burns at -23˚ F / -30.5˚ C
  • Burns up to 10,000 ft
  • Water-soluble
  • Non-explosive / Non-combustible
  • No EPA restrictions
  • 30+ Year Shelf Life
  • You can even take this on the plane with you
  • By-products are only carbon dioxide, water, & sand
  • Smokeless & Odorless
  • 120 easy to use packets Net wt 9 lbs 6oz (4.3kg)

ReadyFuel is also perfect for use in portable stoves such as the FireBox or the Cube Stove. Stoves can also be added to your order below.

Retail Price: $239.95
Our Price: $200.00
Retail Price: $239.95
Our Price: $200.00


Item# Item Name Retail Price Our Price Qty Add
READYFUEL-120 ReadyFuel 120 Pack
$239.95
$200.00
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Description:

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ReadyFuel is versatile and ready for any situation from camping to any survival need. ReadyFuel doesn't freeze, evaporate or melt. it is clean, water soluble and oderless.

Ready Fuel Case of 120 Fuel Packets

Enough Fuel to Boil 30 Gallons of water (about a 1 month supply of fuel for 1 person)

The easiest fire you’ll ever light! The ultimate fire solution. For the casual hiker or weekend camper, ReadyFuel helps keep supplies to a minimum.

ReadyFuel is light and easy carry. It can be counted on to start a fire, burn hot, boil water, and cook a meal. When it's finished burning simply blow away. Perfect for Extreme Conditions.

ReadyFuel will surpass the expectations of adventurers, extreme athletes, and wilderness explorers. ReadyFuel can be transported globally by airplane and will burn at high elevations.

Approved by the US Military, ReadyFuel has been thoroughly tested and approved by RDECOM, and favored over the standard FRH by 95% of the soldiers randomly selected from the Combat Medics Course during field training at Camp Bullis, Texas. You know it's tough, versatile, and it works just as hard as they do.