User Manual: Para Cord Survival Bracelet


This stylish bracelet made from the military-grade cord is equipped with the five unique features to help you in an emergency. A bracelet which could be immediately disassembled to meet the requirements of any situation that require a rope to make traps or to build tents or tie certain objects together etc.


Because this is the most comprehensive, covert, and comfortable Wearable Survival Kit ever created! If your life is on the line, would you want to settle for anything less?


  1. Two-Meter-long waterproof Paracord Band
  2. WP Magnesium Knife
  3. Fire Starter
  4. Compass
  5. Whistle


1. To hold 550 Lbs weight

The products consist of Military-grade Cord. On the surface, Para Cord looks like any other rope, but this is far from it. Para Cord is known for its incredible strength-to-weight ratio.

This Cord wire is flexible, durable, lightweight, mildew resistant, and holds incredible breaking strength of 500 lbs that can go up to 550 lbs. Open and untangle the bracelet rope and use it to make lanyard to hold items, temporary shelter, and climbing rope. Unravel the inner thread for more versatile use as mentioned at the end of the article.

2. To cut ropes

The knife can be securely for immediate deployment in any situation that can cut cotton and nylon ropes. It is a small but effective tool for survival. 

3. Guide your way

A high-quality liquid-filled compass will guide you accurately. It is water-resistant to and works in both cold or warm temperature.

4. Loud Whistle

The built-in loud whistle that produces high decibel sound to summon help in emergencies. It can also be used as a reflective distress signal.

5. To start Fire

Our stainless-steel striker can be rubbed against the black magnesium coated rod and generate an intensive spark that ignites any tinder. It is ideal to ignite using dry leaves, reusable, simple to operate, and works in any condition. In any survival situation, it is imperative to have the fire to keep yourself warm, stay dry, and cook meals until help arrives.


  • Boot Laces
  • Belt for Trousers
  • Tying Trap to Trees
  • A tourniquet to limit blood flow
  • Throwing Sling 
  • Emergency Sewing Thread
  • Clothesline
  • Perimeter Tripwires

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