There are a lot of paracord bracelets on the market, however here I wanted to highlight one that stands out in my eyes.
It’s called the FireKable, and it has a few features that really sets it apart. The best part is, depending on when you’re reading this, the manufactures may still be giving this away for free as a new promotion.
Enter the FireKable:
The first awesome feature is that this bracelet will break down into 80 usable feet of cordage. That’s huge, and you can wear it discreetly on your wrist.
You can use this cord for first aid, fishing, securing shelter and so on. It’s a must for any survivalist or camper for this one feature alone. Many of the functions outlined in this list can be accomplished with this cordage.
The other component which sets this apart is the ferro rod built into the clip, allowing you to start a fire under almost any condition. The ferro rod is designed to strike extremely hot which is one of the biggest factors to getting a fire actually started. It uses the same components in the Everstyke Match which I reviewed here.
Lastly, it comes with a built in signal whistle which can be extremely important to have.
- Comes fully equipped
- Firestarter with ferro rod
- Extremely durable cord
- Easy to wear and use
- Must have for your survival toolkit
Results With This Paracord Bracelet:
There have been so many different testimonials for this bracelet, and I can relate to many of them.
One that resonated with me was for basic camping. Always be able to start a fire and no need to bring lighter fluid in your gear.
Almost everyone has mentioned how comfortable it is to wear, and it looks pretty cool as well. Some reviewers with military backgrounds have stated that they were surprised at how functional these bracelets are.
There also seems to have been a lot of reviews concerning parents getting these for their children who are heading off on a camping trip. It’s such a handy tool.
How Can You Get One:
This is another survival product that is part of a survival promotion which allows you to get the bracelet for free. You do need to pay for shipping, which averages out to be around $7, maybe more or maybe a bit less depending on your location.
At the time of writing this review, they were still available for free from this link. Check for yourself here.