Mod­ern mul­ti-tools can­not be com­pared in func­tion­al­i­ty with basic tools: a knife, a stick or a rope. And if there are no prob­lems with sticks, every­one has already acquired a good knife, then about ropes units thought.

For­tu­nate­ly, tech­no­log­i­cal progress has giv­en us para­cord — a cable of sev­er­al braid­ed threads in a nylon sheath. Such a strong and light rope can help out in many sit­u­a­tions: from apply­ing a tourni­quet to build­ing traps for ani­mals.

Para­cord can always be car­ried with you by rolling a few meters of rope. in a bracelet. Burnt “sur­vivors” com­ple­ment the core with a fish­ing line or even a bow­string.

Such bracelets can be a func­tion­al acces­so­ry for an ordi­nary city dweller. For exam­ple, Sur­vival Bracelet from Easy­moo.

The basis is sev­en braid­ed threads, such a rope can with­stand 250 kg loads and stretch­es a lit­tle. In addi­tion to 3.5 meters of para­cord, sev­er­al more use­ful tools fit into the bracelet. Here is the com­plete list:

  1. flint and steel for kin­dling a fire
  2. Phillips and straight screw­drivers
  3. wrench­es of dif­fer­ent sizes
  4. SIM card tray clip
  5. bot­tle open­er
  6. com­pass
  7. whis­tle
  8. flash­light with SOS mode
  9. small blades
  10. ser­rat­ed knife

If desired, the acces­so­ry can be sup­ple­ment­ed, for exam­ple, with a nee­dle or a fish­ing hook. How­ev­er, hard­ly any­one will have to make a bow or a fish­ing rod out of para­cord. But such a bracelet will be very use­ful when you have to kin­dle a fire from noth­ing, pry some­thing or shine it.

 

Such bracelets are made by all and sundry. In addi­tion, it is very easy to make it your­self, there would be suit­able acces­sories. You can order even from Ama­zon, even from Chi­na, but bracelets from Chi­na are sent with­out flint.