Paracord Bracelets

Paracord Bracelets have been popular for a number of years – funnily enough ever since we were the first to be selling them in the UK, and no, I am not joking or bragging there is a reason – we are the biggest importer and supplier of  GSA Complaint Paracord and accessories in Europe!

The latest evolution of this trend is to make them even more useful by adding products to them, this way you don’t only have a length of cord with you, you also have a secondary product as well.

My current favourite in the “Firesteel Survival Bracelet” as, with the addition of one of our own EDC Boar knives, you have the perfect tools for every day survival. I believe that a good cutting tool, some cordage and the ability to start fire are the 3 most important things you can carry about your person on an every day basis and this makes the perfect combination.

Firesteel Bracelet                    The Boar "EDC" Pocket Knife

The Firesteel Bracelet has a Ferrocium Rod toggle and a washer type fastener to use as a scraper and it really does work. It is by far the most useful one on the market at the moment.

The second bracelet that is a real innovation which is also incredibly handy it the “Parasaw” from CRKT. It is again a stitched bracelet with a useful length of paracord but this one has a commando wire saw sealed inside it. It is the perfect EDC Tool for carrying every day as an axe or machete is simply not practical and this is more than one tool, it doubles well as a snare for trapping and with the addition of the 7 strand core paracord makes a truly useful tool to carry on your wrist.

Parasaw Olive

 

There is a raft of other products on the market with a whole host of makers Worldwide (we supply most of the European makers with cord!). There are various patterns of knotting and various accessories built in like compasses, fishing kits, additional fire making products and a whole host of weird and wonderful things but we honestly believe that the Firesteel bracelet and the Parasaw and the most useful thing you can combine with an EDC knife and carry about your person on a daily basis.

 

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