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Columbia River 9300KL (Large) Onion Survival Para-Saw Paracord Bracelet, Black

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Part Number: CR9300KL
Manufacturer: Columbia River (CRKT)
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CR9300KL: 9300KL Onion Survival Para-Saw
Having a length of cordage along on your next great outdoor excursion is never a bad idea... cleverly adding in a handy cable saw for the unexpected couldn't hurt either.

Ken Onion applied his passion for creating useful tools, and his personal love of the outdoors, in designing the Onion Survival Para-Saw™. It is 8 to 9 foot length (depending on size ordered) of nylon paracord that's braided into a bracelet form—with a plastic encased, tungsten carbide coated wire saw woven into the braided cord.

In the emergency survival event that you had to use the cordage and/or wire saw, you simply unravel the bracelet. The Para-Saw™ paracord survival bracelet uses a quick release buckle to easily secure it on your wrist, or on your gear.

Now you can have along two very handy survival tools, in one easy to travel package! Cordage for securing, lashing, or paring down for other uses and an effective wire saw to cut limbs, wood, or any number of things in a survival situation.

If you are the type that gets outdoors, be prepared. These are a must have!
  • Tungsten Carbide Wire Saw
  • Open Overall Length: 10.5 inches
  • Weight: 0.9 ounces

UPC Code: 794023093001

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Hatchet Gruel
Jul 25, 2013
Pros: Functionality, Usability
Cons: None
Upgraded 550 bracelet
The saw is wrapped in some kind of plastic inside the paracord, which is good because sweat and exposure to moisture could eventually turn this bracelet into a rusty mess. Overall I'm satisfied with the product, but due to the saw, the form seems a bit misshaped.. only a small gripe. The buckle size is nice, and has held together good so far. The circumference of my wrist is 8 inches, and the large fits nicely. If you're wrist is much bigger, say 8.5 - 8.75 inches, you're probably out of luck with this product.
5 out of 5
Mark P
La Porte, TX
Mar 04, 2013
Pros: Functionality, Usability
Cons: None
As advertised
Looks great - hope I never have to use the saw. Better to have and not need than to need and not have.
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