Paracord Survival Bracelet

Paracord Survival Bracelet
Paracord Survival Bracelet with Compass, High Pitched Whistle, Fire Starter Flint and Cutter.
  • Approximately 10 feet of paracord
  • Constructed of 7 inner core strands and 3 strands on each inner cord
  • Fire starter flint
  • High pitched whistle for signaling help
  • Cutting tool to cut the paracord and inner core strands
A MUST HAVE for all outdoor enthusiasts! Great gift item for your outdoor companion.
Multiple ways a paracord bracelet can help you in an emergency situation...
  • You can lash a raft together
  • Use the inner threads as a fishing line
  • Rig a pulley system
  • Tie hikers together on a trail so they stay together, especially in the dark
  • Hang food in trees to keep the bears away
  • Replace broken or torn shoe laces on the trail
  • Replace damaged draw-strings in packs and bags
  • Replace broken belt
  • Replace a broken bra strap (it can happen)
  • Secure a tent or replace broken tent lines 
  • Use the high pitched whistle to signal for help
  • Start an emergency camp-fire by using the fire starting flint
  • Attach equipment to harnesses
  • Use as dummy cord to avoid losing small or important items
  • Thread with beads and use as a pace counter to estimate ground covered by foot
Only $10 shipped!
Available in Military Green or Black. 
Available in 10" and 11" size.
Not sure what size you are, just look at your wrist.
If you have a small or average size wrist, order size 10.
If your wrist is fairly larger than everyone around you, order size 11.
Military Green or Black. Size 10" or 11"
Rope Cutter and Flinting Tool
Fire Starting Flint and High Pitched Whistle on Buckle
Seven inner cords
Inner cords are made of three cords
Other Information
Parachute cord (also paracord or 550 cord when referring to type-III paracord) is a lightweight nylon kernmantle rope originally used in the suspension lines of parachutes. This cord is useful for many other tasks and is now used as a general purpose utility cord by both military personnel and civilians. This versatile cord was even used by astronauts during the 82nd Space Shuttle mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope.
The braided sheath has a high number of interwoven strands for its size, giving it a relatively smooth texture. The all-nylon construction makes paracord fairly elastic.
The yarns of the core (commonly referred to as "the guts") can also be removed when finer string is needed, for instance as sewing thread to repair gear, or to be used as fishing line in a survival situation. The nylon sheath is often used alone, the yarn in the core removed, when a thinner or less elastic cord is needed such as when used as a boot lace. Ends of the cord are almost always melted and crimped to prevent fraying.
The same properties which soldiers appreciate in paracord are also useful in civilian applications. After World War II parachute cord became available to civilians, first as military surplus and then as a common retail product from various surplus stores and websites. A given product labelled as paracord may not correspond to a specific military type and can be of differing construction, quality, color, or strength. Particularly poor quality examples may have significantly fewer strands in the sheath or core, cores constructed of bulk fiber rather than individual yarns, or include materials other than nylon.

$ 10.00