Designed to work when submerged in water or lit in strong winds, the UCO Titan Stormproof Matches 25-Pack are a must for your next trip into the wilderness. These matches feature a long length for safety when lighting and come with 2 additional strikers.
Features and Benefits
Designed to work underwater and are submersible
Designed to stay lit in strong winds and harsh conditions
Up to a 25-second burn time
Can be relit after being submerged in water
Extended length for added safety when lighting
Includes 2 extra strikers
Manufacturer warranty - general:
What's in the Box
UCO Titan Stormproof Matches 25-Pack
2 extra strikers
Rated 5 out of
El Chadarino from
SURVIVALIST NEEDThe best money can buy. If you remember the original old school strike anywhere matches... they could strike on a belt or even a 5 o'clock facial hair.. TITANS don't work that way. But, if you know tricks to opening locks, quick fires, and quality. Then these are it. Watch vids on survival techniques with regular matches... try them. Then compare to the TITANS. The titans will beat any match. And are VERY STRONG
Date published: 2017-10-13
Rated 4 out of
BUG OUT BAG FIRE OPTIONI PICKED UP TWO BOXES OF THESE ABOUT SIX MONTHS AGO TO SEE HOW THEY WORK IN ADVERSE CONDITIONS. I'M IMPRESSED FOR THE MOST PART. THEY WILL STRIKE AND STAY LIT IN HEAVY RAIN CONDITIONS. THE BOX ITSELF WON'T HOLD UP TO THE RAIN BUT THE PLASTIC TUBE THAT STORES THESE MATCHES DOES HOLD UP WELL.
IF THESE MATCHES WERE STRIKE ANYWHERE THEY WOULD BE IDEAL.
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rated 5 out of
Great Product - Exactly How Description DescribesI bought these for a camping trip back in April. We went to Guadalupe River State Park the weekend of the Tax Day Floods (everyone told us not to go, so we went anyway). Needless to say it was wet and soggy pretty much all weekend. These were great not only because they're reliable - they're just as the description says: windproof, stormproof, waterproof, etc - and I'll be having some on hand pretty much for each camping trip I go on no matter what. I've got a canister of them that's attached to my duffel and I doubt I'll ever take them off.
I even tried putting one out under a stream of running water (to no avail) when I decided it would be a good idea to test one indoors (don't do that). These are outdoor matches only.
But seriously, they're a great product, and after spending twenty minutes looking at matches back in April I'm so glad I purchased them. They're on my list of purchases to make for my next camping trip coming up at the end of this month.