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Paracord Survival Bracelet with Fire Starter, Compass and Whistle

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Product description

Multi-bracelet was designed especially for adventurous people who love mountains and life in the nature. It has four basic military colours (black, sandy, olive and brown). There is a compass, whistle and fire started attached to it, that will help you not to get lost in the nature. After untangling the bracelet, the rope has a lot of other uses: a tool for building a shelter or trap, a replacement for the broken shoe lace or blood tourniquet.

  • Easy to use
  • It takes 5 seconds to untangle it in case of emergency
  • Yarn length after untangling 4-5 m
  • Bearing capacity up to 250 kg
  • Bracelet perimeter 18-21 cm
  • Bracelet includes: a compass, whistle and fire starter (to start the fire anywhere and anytime)
  • Material: paracord 550: the sheath consists of 32 strands, the core is comprised of 7 double yarns
  • Transport and return


    Tracked Delivery

    Delivery (from date of dispatching)

    Belgium 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Bulgaria 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Croatia 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Denmark 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Finland 3.99€ 3-4 days
    France 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Greece 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Italy 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Luxembourg 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Netherlands 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Norway 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Poland 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Portugal 3.99€
    3-4 days
    Slovenia 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Spain 3.99€
    3-4 days
    Sweden 3.99€ 3-4 days
    Switzerland 3.99€ 8-10 days
    United Kingdom 3.99€
    3-4 days


    Payment information

    • Paid by credit or debit card (in advance) - free 
    • Cash On Delivery - 1€
    • Free shipping on orders over 35 €

    If the goods did not fit nor meet your expectations, you can easily return it within 100 days. You can either return the product and we will exchange it for another one (you don’t pay any postage for the second delivery) or you can return the product and we will refund the money to your bank account.

    Product code: DAV0042