Bison Designs Survival Bracelet

Priced: $9.95 - $10.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 10 reviews.
Bison Designs Survival Bracelet
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The Bison Designs Paracord Whistle Survival Bracelet unties for 8'-10' of 550 Paracord. Paracord can be used for countless survival techniques in an emergency situation.

Insulation:

  • Tie your laces, fix broken gear, stake down a tent

Comfort:

  • Quick-release plastic buckle has a low profile for comfort

Features:

  • 8 to 12 feet in each bracelet
  • Unravel the cord for a myriad of survival uses
  • Side release buckle with built in whistle
  • Make a "bow and drill" fire starter kit if you need a challenge
  • Hand-braded 550 para cord
  • Comes in assorted colors only; sorry, specific color requests cannot be accommodated
REI

The Bison Designs Survival Cord bracelet doesn't just look cool. It unties to provide 8 - 10 ft. of paracord that could come in handy in an emergency.

Imported.


Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
Always have 8 to 12 feet of para cord close at hand. The Bison Survival Bracelet goes unnoticed until you need it.
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Activity:Casual
Dimensions:8 x 0.75 / 9 x 0.75 / 10 x 0.75 inches
Material:Nylon paracord
Weight:.25

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Bison Designs Survival Bracelet Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Life Saver

Personally i love it as a fashion statement, looks good, and also ready for whenever i need to use the bracelet in a situation. Very good quality, it's tough and stays shape very well. The only thing i don't like are the sizes, smalls seem really small, and the mediums are very large. I'm 5'9" 170, and the medium is really large on me. The small is tight on me but it does stretch after awhile. All in all a very good product and defintely worth the money.
Ruge at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 03/03/2012

But how do i undo it?

This is a cool looking and very functional bracelet. I wear it all the time and am looking forward to showing it off when i use it. The only bad thing (besides only having one color) is that I've looked on REI's website and bison designs website and there are no instructions on how to tie it back together as a bracelet. I'm sure they're worth another [$] if you really had to use it but a reusable bracelet would be nice.
Captain at REI on 05/05/2011

Neat little emergency item!

Bought this item for my husband. This item is a very handy emergency back up plan while hiking. As it turns out, his wrist is too large for the bracelet but he clipped it on to his back pack. We have had a few mishaps while hiking over the years and having an emergency cord on hand (literally if you wear it!) to repair a backpack strap, for example, is a great insurance.
Liza at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2012

Great Quality and for a Great Cause

Not only is this bracelet made of high quality material it's also part of a great cause. For every bracelet purchased Bison Designs donates a portion to the Wounded Warriors Project for Veterans who have been wounded in service. I've actually bought a few for friends as stocking stuffers.
JAWZ at REI on 12/12/2011

I love it

It rocks. Now just need to get a few more colors.
Thunndar the Barbarian at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2012

Negative Reviews:

Survival Cord Bracelet Anything But

Great concept for a bracelet with multitude of potential practical uses, but the plastic buckle broke after three days. Certainly a nice addition to outdoor gearbox with its potential utility but buckle needs re-work.
nkta at REI on 03/03/2012

not so much for survival...

buckle broke after using once for a hike, got caught on a creosote bush!!!
random hiker at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2011

Neutral Reviews:

A Decent Version

The paracord bracelet worked fine. The clasp was falling apart by the time I actually used it in the field. The previous reviewer commented on how nice it would be to re-tie it, and there are a number of websites that will teach you how to do that - or you could talk to someone who used to be in the military.I wouldn't recommend this to a friend because there are other, higher quality alternatives in the marketplace. REI doesn't want me to reference other retailers, so let's just put it this way: it rhymes with shmurvival shtraps. They will replace any used bracelet/dog collar/watch band they make Also, perhaps an even better deal is just creating one yourself. Google it.
Sir Ramius the Scruffy at REI on 06/06/2011

Survival Bracelet

These Bison Design survival bracelets are cool. True, there are better quality bracelets out there on the internet. True, there are dozens of YouTube videos and internet sites that can teach you how to make your own. Especially for those of us old enough to remember macrame or like to practice knot tying, you can buy 100' of paracord in all kinds of colors and make dozens of them. But if you don't want to do all of that, these bracelets are cool, seem sturdy to me, and I think they look awesome. I would never depend on a bracelet for survival and will still always have paracord in my "10 essentials" hiking survival supplies.
cltinseattle at REI on 12/12/2011

eh

it is good to carry but once its undone you cant re tie it
robb the biker at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 06/06/2012