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Beeswax Survival Candles

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


These are the world’s finest survival candles. Delivers excellent light and heat in emergency situations. You can cook with them too! Totally non-toxic, unlike paraffin.


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Product Description

These are the world’s finest survival candles.

Did you know 100% pure beeswax burns hotter and many times longer than paraffin and other emergency fuels without toxicity? This makes it the ideal survival candle for the serious outdoors enthusiast or traveller. Essential for hikers, campers, sportsmen, scouts, travelers, ice fishers etc. Delivers excellent light and heat in emergency situations. Each fits nicely into a backpack or emergency kit. Multiple wicks easily heat a small room, trailer, tent, or ice fishing hut. Larger units come with cooking irons and strike anywhere matches! They accommodate a pot or pan for frying eggs, boiling water, cooking pasta, anything you like! Smaller sized candles shown here are perfect for your car’s glove box, purse, backpack, tool box, or even in your pocket! One wick is enough to warm your hands (and heart) in cold situations. Can also be used as your private negative-ion emitter and odour eliminator in restaurants, hotel rooms, office, traffic jams etc.

The nicely packaged enviro pack comes with one Pheylonian Pocket Lite in a tin, with two replacement beeswax candles ready to go!

Non-toxic and non-allergenic, made of 100% pure beeswax.

Available in these sizes:

POCKET LITE – 1.5″ w x 1.0″ h, approximate burn time is 7-8 hours intermittently, or 4-5 hours non-stop.

SMALL – 2.5″ x 2.0″ h, approximate burn time is 30-40 hours intermittently or 18-20 hours non-stop.

MEDIUM – 3.5″ w x 3.3″ h, approximate burn time is 100-120 hours intermittently or 50-60 hours non-stop.

Additional Information

Survival Sizes

OMEGA, MEDIUM, SMALL, Pocket Lite, Enviro 3-Pack Pocket Lite

1 review for Beeswax Survival Candles

  1. 5 out of 5


    I gave one of these survival candles to my uncle for Christmas last year. He never used it until I asked, so he made a point of taking it hunting with his this Fall. He said it was the most useful thing he brought along. No one else in his camp bothered to light their petroleum type candles or burners. They used his survival candle, with the cooking irons, exclusively. I know what he’s getting for Christmas again this year!

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