LANDVO Survival Paracord Bracelet Flint Fire Starter Scraper Whistle Kits Outdoor Emergency Gear

By on October 30, 2015
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Multifunctional paracord bracelet for use during climbing or other emergency cases, get it and keep yourself and the ones you care safer.

How to make fire:
1. First scrap the magnesium as powder by using the sawtooth of the credit card knife.You must Scratch it patiently, so the powder is enough to let something be fired! otherwise it couldn't !!!
2. Spark up the pile of powder (Scraped already) quickly so that the setting spark will ignite the powder.
3. the Powder should be with some fibrous material, so that the fire can be lighted.

Product details:
Paracord bracelet with Flint Fire Starter & Scraper & Whistle
Start thousands of fires using the built in fire scraper and flint rod.
Use the built-in whistle to be heard from miles away.

Color: Green, black for your choice
Features: Whistle built into buckle
Flint rod and scraper built into buckle
Scraper can be used to cut small items
Material: nylon
Bracelet size: 23(L) x 2cm(W)
Paracord diameter: 3mm
Paracord Long: 3.5-3.9m

Package Includes:
1 x Survival paracord bracelet

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.44 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 ounces

Customer Reviews

The only good thing about this is that the paracord is strong

By Ephrain
I have small wrists and this bracelet barely fits me. I don’t know how most other buyers could wear it. The flint does not work. I’ve scraped the scraper against it dozens of times and cannot get so much as a spark from it. I’ve owned other flints before so I’m familiar with their use. The descriptive pictures are deceptive because they show a compass on this product and it doesn’t have one. The picture also shows the bracelet thinner and looser. This one is stubby, rigid and tight. The only good thing about this is that the paracord is strong. It’s a mistake to call it multi function in my opinion. At least it was inexpensive, so I didn’t spend much.

About William Douglas

My passion is to teach what was passed down to me – the skills of self-sufficient living. Some call it survival or prepping. I call it wisdom. And my goal is to convey my wisdom and knowledge in a way that is doable for the average person.

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