THE ULTIMATE SURVIVAL TOOL
Consider the following scenario: You and your friends are on camping trip and making a decision to take your kajak out for a quick solo spin on the river before it gets dark. Dressed up in just shorts and with your backpack at the campsite you start your trip.
A few miles down the river an unexpected current suddenly throws you out of your kajak and you smash your leg against a rock. Wet, hurt and left alone you realize that you are in trouble and the only thing that you have with you is what you have on you – your
A2S Paracord bracelet.
Night is approaching fast. You start feeling cold and notice you have problems with your hand coordination. You have to do something fast to get your body temperature up.
You manage to gather some kindling and wood. With a sigh of relief you get to the bottom of your
A2S paracord and use some of its fine inner strands as tinder. By scraping the striker in your bracelet against the rod you manage to generate sparks and ignite the tinder. Minutes later you are sitting in front of a comforatble fire. Things are looking up!
Now feeling warmer making a decision to use the scraper as an
Emergency Knife and cut off a piece of your paracored to string up a clothes line and dry your wet garments.
Back in dry clothing again you know you have to do something positive about that injured leg. You find a suitable branch, splint your leg against it and secure it with your paracord.
You realize that your friends at the campsite are probably looking for you and blow your
EMERGENCY WHISTLE to reveal your exact location. Should they not find you, making a decision to navigate your as far back as the campsite in the morning using the build-in
Luckily you gave your friend the other A2S Survival bracelet in the
2-pack set and within a few short hours you hear the reassuring sound of your friend’s whistle.
FASHIONABLE & FUNCTIONAL: Not only do the A2S Parcord bracelets look great on your wrist but wearing them could in the future mean the difference between life and death. Made of ultra-strong, military-grade 550 Paracord with built-in compass, fire-starter and emergency knife & whistle make the A2S Paracord Bracelet an indispensable survival accessory for any camping, fishing, hiking or hunting trip.
LIGTHWEIGHT & COMFORTABLE DESIGN: Carry your paracord bracelets on your wrist or attach them to your backpack. With only 1.7 oz in weight there is absolutely no reason why you should ever leave your survival bracelet at the back of | STRETCHABLE WRISTBAND WITH SMOOTH TEXTURE – comfortably fits all wrist sizes between 8 -9 inches | COMPASS EMBEDDED IN BUCKLE for a more comfortable & secure wear | Black & Army Green Color Combination
100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: A2S Survival stands firmly at the back of each and every one of their products. If you are note entirely satisfied with your Paracord Bracelets please let us know and we will be able to fully refund your purchase – no questions asked!
UNMATCHED POWER & VERSATILITY: Known as the most versatile cord in existence the A2S paracord has been tried & tested to a minimum breaking point of 550lbs/250kg. Deploy your 12 FEET OF PARACORD in any situation where an extremely strong rope or cordage is needed. Use some of the finer SEVEN INNER STRANDS as FIRE TINDER; FISHING LINE or SEWING STRING. Replace your SHOELACES with the rugged, outer casing or simply use the cord as a RIDGE LINE for your top shelter. Should you ever encounter a real survival situation you’ll appreciate the many, many uses this powerful rope can serve.
5-IN-1 SURVIVAL TOOL: Navigate your way through the wilderness with the built-in HIGH-QUALITY COMPASS securely embedded in your buckle. The hidden FLINT FIRESTARTER allows you to quickly generate sparks by scraping the STRIKER against the MAGNESIA ROD inside the buckle. The sparks generated will allow you to ignite your tinder which in turn will ignite the kindling for your fire. Use your fire scraper as an EMERGENCY KNIFE to cut your PARACORD to its desired length. Blow your EMERGENCY WHISTLE and create noise levels of up to 100db – equivalent to the sound of a chainsaw – to reveal your location to potential rescuers.