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A2S Protection Paracord Bracelet K2-Peak – Survival Gear Kit with Embedded Compass, Fire Starter, Emergency Knife & Whistle EDC Hiking Gear- Camping Gear, | Survival Bracelets


X-Plore Gear Emergency Paracord Bracelets | Set of 2| The Ultimate Tactical Survival Gear| Flint Fire Starter, Whistle, Compass & Scraper | Best Wilderness Survival-Kit for Camping/Fishing & More

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A2S Protection Paracord Bracelet K2-Peak – Survival Gear Kit with Embedded Compass, Fire Starter, Emergency Knife & Whistle EDC Hiking Gear- Camping Gear

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RNS STAR Paracord Survival Bracelet with Paracord Rope, 5-in-1 Tactical Bracelet Fire Starter, Compass, Emergency Whistle & Small Knife for Hiking Traveling Camping Gear Kit

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  1. LN B says:

    This 5-in-1 paracord survival bracelet is compact, handy, multi-functional and potentially life-saving. It’s attractive enough to wear on any casual outing, and it’s surprisingly great fun to use.What a dizzying array of applications for this bracelet…at least 45 according to the manufacturer, including some you’d never think of: using it for a clothesline; as a pet collar; and my personal favorite, “tie criminals or intruders to a tree stake or chair”. Who knew? =)Packaged together with the bracelets (I ordered the 2-bracelet option in black and olive) is a handy instruction manual with step-by-step directions for the compass, the fire starter, and how to use whistle survival codes. I learned a lot just by reading the brochure — you’ll want to save that paper & bring it with you on your adventures in order to get the maximum benefit.The fire starter works brilliantly…the very first time I struck it, a good-sized ball of fire floated down to the ground. I’ve been practicing, and you’ll want to get the hang of it before you trek into the woods or up a mountain. Strike it correctly over a generous handful of dryer lint, layered with a few tiny dry twigs, and voilà — you’ll have a small fire that you can easily build on. Read the manual on this feature, as it has very useful tips and tricks.The compass is very small, but accurate. (I just need to make sure I have my reading glasses if I get stranded!) The compass instructions are very helpful — knowing how to use one is critical, so practice in a familiar area until you’re proficient at finding your way.There’s an emergency knife, which also functions as the striker for the magnesium rod. The whistle is practical, and in my opinion vital for solo adventures.I obviously love this product…it’s so interesting and entertaining to use. On a more serious note, it could one day save your life. Overall a truly excellent tool to add to your gear. Highly recommended!Follow-up note: the bracelet arrived earlier than the promised date in perfect condition, packaged well and with detailed instructions. I had no issues whatsoever with the seller, who kindly followed up with a polite note inquiring whether I received it and if I had any questions. I’ll be researching and buying more of their products; more information can be found at […]

  2. Dion F. says:

    too bad they don’t allow half stars cause this is really a 3.5 star for me due to sizing information. the photo chart is a good start, but keep in mind the buckle has components on it that make it a little longer than most. buckles dont bend so the “circle” measurement of your wrist is misleading. example: my wrist measures just a little under 8″, so I went with medium. if you like a tight watchband this will probably be fine for you. I like some looseness and the longer buckle takes out the looseness slack and makes it nearly impossible to turn it once on the wrist. so measure your wrist and go with the length that is close if you like snug or go a size up if you like loose. if you have a really big wrist take the buckle off and weave your own that’s bigger.as for the bracelet itself it’s pretty good. the whistle and compass are decent. whisltle is fairly loud unless your lips cover the hole too much, that’s operator error. the fire striker was my main goal and works well. for those expecting perfection out of the box, you don’t get it with ferrite rods. all ferrite rods come with a “paint” like coating on them, so until you scrape past that you likely wont’ get much of anything. keep trying. once your past the paint there is plenty of very hot sparks to ignite TINDER. if you think sparks will set a small stick on fire by itself you should limit your camping to a hotel.

  3. Norz_9 says:

    Pretty solid bracelet! The knife/striker is great for when you need a quick way to open a package or cut something that doesn’t require anything super sharp. Bracelet fit tight at first but after a week or so it now fits perfect.*UPDATE*So far so good, here’s a few things I’ve learned that will hopefully help others:- I was able to get through airport security twice with this bracelet. I recommend when you take it off to put it through the scanner to reattach the buckle so that the little fire scraper isn’t sticking out, it’s small but better to not have somet sharpish looking poking out.- The knife/scraper can pop out of it’s holster (which is intended I should think). Easier to handle out of the holster.- I was upset because the compass was on the fritz and that was a big reason for my purchase. I used a neodymium magnet to re-magnetize and it seemed to be great until I clamped it back on my wrist. That’s when I realized the knife/scraper appears to cause interference since when buckled the scraper sits millimeters away. You can remove the scraper and rotate around the compass and it will make it jump around. Maybe I accidentally magnetized the scraper? Not sure but not a huge deal because I can just unbuckle the bracelet and hold the compass away from the opposite end and it points north! I don’t know if you can demagnetize something but if so that may fix it. Hope that helps!

  4. balconio says:

     These look really cool. It’s a bit of a pain to engage the clasp but it gets better after doing it a number of times.The striker puts off good spark and the compass in both mine pointed relatively North-ish. The “knife” is pretty useless, but I always have a blade on me. TBH I’ll probably never find myself in a survival situation, but it’s nice to know I could at least start a fire if I need to.

  5. amazonia says:

    At first, this seems great. But when you try to put this bracelet on, it becomes a problem. There’s a handy and very fire scraper/knife on it that sit right below the clasps and when you try to close the clasps, the blade is dangerously right up against your skin. The safest way to put this on is to have someone else do it for you. Or remove the blade entirely. Unfortunately, I put this on by myself and immediately drew blood. Is it because I’m left-handed and it’s not meant for lefties? Not sure. I purchased three of these for stocking stuffers. Glad I tested one out. They’re all going back. They look really sturdy and super functional, but the dangerous position of the fire scraper/knife made it a non starter for me. I will say that all six paracord compasses seemed to be working properly.

  6. Ron J. says:

    I can only assume that the word emergency in the title is in reference to the emergency you will be facing if you ever try to find your way anywhere with the compass on this thing. I bought it for my daughter to teach her basic survival skills if she should become separated from us on a hike. Discovered today that the compass is off by about 180 degrees. Trying to head north will take you almost completely south! I am giving it 2 stars because the cord is nice and my daughter loves it. The whistle works good and the flint does its job. I am only being so critical of it because it is being marketed as “The Ultimate Tactical Survival Gear” for kids and your compass would do more harm than good if I had just put this on her and sent her off (which I would never do). Please fix this or at least put a disclaimer stating that it is a toy compass. I would be returning it right now except my daughter loves it so until I find a suitable replacement I’m stuck with it.

  7. Stephanie W says:

    This is a great bracelet and although I haven’t tested all the bells and whistles out yet, I think it will be useful to have just in case. My only complaint is that it is too large for my wrist. But I have very small wrists so this is not the fault of the seller. Would be nice to have various sizes available though. This was the smallest size of this type of bracelet I was able to find, but sadly even this wasn’t small enough. I will be keeping to attach to my bag, but I’m disappointed that I can’t actually wear it. The construction is solid and all of the functional pieces seem well made. I would definitely recommend as an inexpensive tool to have for unforeseen Wilderness or camping needs.

  8. Steve W. says:

    The bracelet is 6.25 inches in length between the buckles, which is a little tight to wear on my wrist – but it’s perfect for hanging my tomahawk/ice ax on my pack. The whistle is loud enough to be heard for several hundred feet, the serrated edge on the knife works great for shredding wood to use as tender and of course, paracord has a million and one uses in a critical situation. This will be a great tool to have on hand if/when the need arises.

  9. toni carswell says:

    I looked at numerous parachord bracelets before selecting this one for my 8 year old grandson, who likes all thing tactical. I made a great choice! It is a larger than I expected, but not a big issue as he won’t grow out of it before next year. I expect him to wear it every day! Strong and sturdy construction..no stray threads or loose parts, like I had seen reviewed on other bracelets of this type. The compass is set in place well and the scraper knife is not too sharp. I will update this review if it turns out to be otherwise. Overall I am very satisfied with this purchase.

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