We make true survival paracord bracelets which are not only fashionable, but also can be truly practical. Escape and evade, or have something for those unexpected times. There are a number of options and if there is an option you would like, drop us an email and we’ll look into it.
Options we offer are buckles with built in handcuff keys for those awkward times. Please note you can refit these keys to the buckles, unlike some where once broken out are not replaceable.
Alternatively pick on with a whistle buckle and fire starter built in. We can include a little ball of cotton wool (in waterproof tube) to get that fire started.
There is the option to have a ferrocerium fire starter barrel fitted at the end if you want to have the handcuff key buckle instead. To use just use your knife or something hard to scrape along it to generate a fierce spark.
Make the wood smaller with the wire saw which can be woven into the bracelet.
Also did you bring one of the old style tins of beans without the ring pull, or pick up some bottles of Bud without the twist cap. Don’t worry, we can fit a P51 (or P38 for the smaller wrist) can and bottle opener for when you need it. It can also act as the scraper for the fire starter if you don’t have a pen knife with you.
If you are really out in the wild and truly need to survive there is the option of a fishing line kit, complete with artifical maggots.
One of the most important things life depends on is water, yet if it’s bad you can get all sorts of disease from hepatitis A to Cholera. Don’t take chances, we can include two water purification tablets so you can keep rehydrated during your journey. We only use the best and have opted for Coghlan’s Emergency drinking water germicidal tablets. Drop them into a litre of water, wait 5 mins, shake and leave another 30mins.
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Other items we can include are 3M micropore tape for sealing that wound, a scalpel blade & 500mg Paracetamol tablet (The scalpel blade is not a surgical item).
Weighing in a a little over 50g these survival bracelets are the Leatherman / Swiss Army knives of the paracord wristband world.