Monday, September 7, 2015

Paracord Survival Kit Bracelet #Review

I have honestly never really heard about paracord survival things before doing this review. After receiving this bracelet though I have to say it's pretty amazing. This paracord bracelet consists of 16 different pieces (items) that can be helpful in the wilderness or in a survival situation.


The survival paracord bracelet comes with the following items all nicely tucked inside and ready to be worn! You would never really even know these items were inside the paracord shell without being told. I will say that Ryan had a hard time getting this thing to sit comfortably on his wrist at first, I think simply because of all the items inside it doesn't bend real well, which makes it hard to fit around the wrist. But eventually he did get it on and on comfortably it just took a little effort, but even if you didn't want to wear this you could put it on a keychain, backback, belt, in a bag, anywhere you desire.

The LAST MAN Food, Fire, Shelter paracord bracelet survival kit contains the following items:
 
• 1 x 12' length of nylon paracord cordage
• 1 x Snelled 3/0 offset kale hook with 20" leader line
• 1 x Snelled #2 offset kale hook with 20" leader line
• 2 x 1 1/8 inch line swivels
• 1 x 30 ft length 10lb test fishing line
• 2 x 1/2 inch foam bobbers
• 2 x 3/8 inch egg sinkers
• 1 x 2 1/4 inch ferrocerium fire starter rod
• 1 x 2 inch diameter serrated fire striker
• 1 x Dried grass tinder bundle
• 1 x 9 square inch Alcohol pad
• 2 x 1 3/4 inch safety pins
• 1 x Compass (select models) 

Instruction manual included

This is perfect for pretty much anyone boy scouts, girl scouts, campers, hikers, preppers, survivalists, just every day people like you and I. You never know when one of the items in this set will come in handy and for less than $20 a bracelet you really can't go wrong picking one up.


Head on over to Amazon today to see all the styles you can pick from!

*Disclaimer: I received the above mentioned product at no cost in order to facilitate this honest review.*

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