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Paracord bracelet 8 colours available EDC emergency uses are numerous

Paracord bracelet 8 colours available EDC emergency uses are numerous

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This product is not a toy and should not be used by small children without adult supervision. Those of an older age may benefit from expert guidance. One Paracord bracelet, available in 8 distinct colors, is suitable for inclusion in survival kits, as well as attachment to items such as a wrist, walking stick, knife, or binoculars. In an emergent situation, the paracord may be unraveled to facilitate activities like shelter construction and provision of temporary boot laces.

Paracord bracelet Features:

Easy carried as a backup during outdoor activities such as walking, hiking, orienteering, scouts, bushcraft, hunting, sailing...etc

To fit circumference of approx. 180mm (Max)

Specifications (Approximate Measurements):

  • Length (External Max) 224mm
  • Width 21mm
  • Weight 15g


Paracord, short for parachute cord, is a lightweight, nylon rope originally used in the suspension lines of parachutes. However, it has become popular in recent years for its versatility and strength, and is commonly used for a variety of purposes, including:

  1. Camping and hiking: Paracord can be used to secure tents, tarps, and other gear, as well as for making makeshift shelter, repairing gear, and hanging food to keep it away from animals.
  2. Survival situations: Paracord is a valuable tool in survival situations, as it can be used to make traps, snares, fishing lines, and even a bow drill for starting fires.
  3. Crafting: Paracord bracelets, keychains, lanyards, and other accessories are popular among outdoor enthusiasts and survivalists. Paracord can also be used to make dog collars, leashes, and other pet accessories.
  4. Household uses: Paracord can be used for hanging plants, securing outdoor furniture, and as a clothesline.
  5. Emergency situations: Paracord can be used to tie down or secure items during a storm or hurricane.

Overall, paracord is a versatile and useful tool to have on hand, whether for outdoor adventures or everyday tasks.

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