Survival Bracelet Review

 

 

 

Survival bracelet?   Those that know me know I don’t really hike and I certainly don’t camp.   There are bugs.  And bears.   And sometimes a creepy dude that’s lurking behind a tree and you can’t really tell what he’s doing with his hands.   Oh wait, that’s Belltown.

Well this came in really handy when my dogs collar broke and I needed to rig makeshift slip lead.    Is it fashionable?  No.  Will I wear it every day?  No.  BUT I will most definitely keep one in my glove box with my Maglite, needle nose pliers and duct tape.   I’ll be unstoppable.

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Here is how it is described:
Paracord Survival Bracelets Are Your 1st Defense For UNEXPECTED EMERGENCIES!
BE PREPARED – Keep A Paracord Bracelet In As Many Places As You See Fit For Your Families Preparedness: The Glove Box of You Car, Clip To Your Backpack or Purse, Camping Gear, Tackle Box, Gun Bag, Etc.

How Can You Use Paracord Survival Bracelets? Secure a tent, a tarp between trees or a splint. Make a tourniquet, Replace a broken shoe laces (this could really save you when hiking), Make a tow line; triple up for extra strength, Hang something up off the ground and so much more.

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