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Columbia River 9701 Paracord Survival Bracelet Accessory, Compass and Firestarter

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Part Number: CR9701
Manufacturer: Columbia River (CRKT)
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CR9701: 9701 Survival Bracelet Accessory, Compass and Firestarter
Because you never know when your adventure might get crazy.

Being prepared is a lifestyle. It takes careful training of both mind and hands to make your environment work to your advantage. And that's where these paracord bracelet accessories, designed by Tom Stokes, help you mold your situation to give you every chance of survival.

The compass and fire starter accessory fits perfectly on the CRKT Para-Saw™ Bracelet. It's made from a durable injection molded, glass filled nylon that will stand up to rough weather and intense adventures. The magnesium fire rod is .812 inches (20.62 mm) long and detaches from the main housing to set your tinder ablaze. The compass will help you get your bearings and make your way to safety.

To attach to a paracord bracelet, simply unscrew the disc-lock on the underside of the accessory, slide it over the bracelet, then reattach the disc-lock to keep the accessory from sliding. The accessory is designed to fit snugly on a "Solomon Bar" weave bracelet made from 550 paracord and may fit other similarly sized paracord survival bracelets. The opening of the accessory is .9 inches (22.86 mm) wide and .43 inches (11.43 mm) tall.

The Survival Bracelet Accessory helps you get home from your latest adventure so you're still around for your next adventure.

Also available: Compass and LED Version; Compass, Firestarter, and LED Version.

Survival Bracelet not included.
  • Handle Material: Glass Filled Nylon
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Bill S.
May 19, 2014
Pros: Materials, None
Cons: Ease of Use
This will get tinder lighted.
You can get good sparks off this, but I had to use the back of the tip of my Leatherman's knife blade to get enough sparks to ignite a bundle of dried grass and birch bark. It has a built in striker (two of them), but I couldn't get a flame using that. But the good news is I did get two campfires going with the ferro rod. The compass is nothing fancy, but does give consistent general direction. I wear it in the inside of my wrist and isn't noticeable. A good item to have in a tight corner if you have no other gear or your kit is lost or overboard.
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