Starting a fire outdoors does not have to be a hassle. Those of you who have some survival training probably know a few ways to start a fire. Tools such as the Bear Grylls Compact Fire Starter can also help your cause. It helps you get a fire going in a survival scenario. You can put it in your pocket or attach it to a keychain.
This fire starter looks decent and is easy to carry around. It works in the cold, even when you are wearing gloves. It is made of durable anodized aluminum with a textured rubber grip and has a water resistant design. Sets you back $26.