Survival product Instructions

The 5 in 1 Paracord Survival Bracelet

The 5 in 1 has between 9-10 feet of 550 pound parachute cord. If needed just turn the bracelet upside down, look for the melted end, and pick or cut apart to open and unravel. The flint has a coat of paint, so a few strikes with the non bevelled edge of the metal striker, which is on the other end of the buckle. While bracing the flint with a finger on the backside of it and using a pushing downward motion to get sparks.  Theres also an emergency whistle, cutting tool and compass. We can make any colour or combination of colours you'd like.  See our selection.


10 in 1 paracord Survival Bracelet

The 10 in 1 bracelethas the same buckle as above, The only difference is that we have 2 fish hooks inside the weave, and inside the actual paracord is the fishing line, copper trip wire which can be used for snares or traps. The tinder is waxed so it stays dry. To use you would simply pull out a piece and pull it apart or ruffle it up into a ball or pile, then spark the flint into for starting a campfire. Theres also a red marker string or multi purpose string inside as well.  See our selection

The Survival Necklaces

The 8 in1 necklace is a dog tag style necklace. The arrow head/spear head, fish hooks, and spinners simply pop right out, and the tinder, fishing line and cotton string for sewing wounds, are right inside the paracord.  See our selection

The 3 in 1 necklaceis 3 ft of 550 pound parador, flint and a striker on an adjustable necklace.  See our selection

6 in 1 Clip-On

The clip ons work in the same way. The 6 in 1 clip on has a smaller amount of rope ( 3 ft) but comes with the same buckle with the flint, compass, cutting tool and whistle, and we have also added a bottle opener. We can make any colour you'd like.  See our selection

the 10 in 1 clip-on has Flint, a compass, whistle and cutting tool on the actual buckle. Its the same buckle we use for the survival bracelets. Inside the paracord apron 10 feet, is weatherproof Tinder, that can be scraped and ruffled into a ball then sparked into with the flint to get a fire going. Also in the cord is the fishing line and cotton string for sewing wounds or patching cloths or other uses. Inside the weave we have a packet of fish hooks embedded, so simply unravel the cord to access the packet of fish hooks.   See our selection


This is our newest creation, and our most popular item. The ranger clip-on is our ultimate tool. We have 2 fish hooks securely wrapped inside.  The fishing line, weather proof tinder and cotton string for sewing wounds, is all right inside the actual paracord, so if needed, you'd easily just pull it all right out after unravelling the paracord. The tinder inside is a waxed thick red string, you would only need to cut a small piece, ruffle up into a ball and then strike into it with the flint and it will light up immediately.  On the outside is a much bigger stick of flint right on the bottom. The striker is the black metal piece that's wrapped at the top with  a second color paracord. Also there a bigger compass and louder whistle than on the buckles. We also put a rubber ranger band on which is great for starting campfires as it holds a flame for a long time, or could be used for other purposes.   See our selection



Our full survival kit comes with these items, 

  • Thermal solar blanket
  • carbon chain saw. ( simply unravel and use to cut branches)
  • 2 fish hooks
  • 2 swivels and 2 weights for fishing
  • 35 feet of fishing line
  • cotton balls
  • sanitary wipe
  • bandaids
  • water purification tablets
  • flint and striker
  • whistle
  • compass
  • careener
  • tinder 
  • ranger bands

The tinder in the kit may look like an ear plug and pinkish in color. Simply pull apart as its made of cotton and wax. Once pulled apart simply use the flint to spark into it and it will light on fire very quickly. The other form of tinder we use and make if its not the earplug looking tinder, it will be a flat round colourful disk, and again, made from cotton petroleum jelly and wax, directions are the same as the fire plug tinder. 
 The 2 rubber bands are EPDM rubber which is great for either sealing the can, a can of food or to start a fire as the rubber will hold a flame for a long period of time. 

 10 in 1 Survival Necklace

A pill bottle filled with 2 water purification tablets, 2 fish hooks and 2 weights. Above the bottle is flint and a striker for starting campfires, and as in all our 10 in 1 s fishing line, weatherproof tinder, and cotton string for sewing wounds inside the actual paracord.  

 9 in 1 Survival Necklace

The trick to this one is to make sure when trying to get to the saw, to first pop the hooks and spinners out, make sure they are all out before attempting to spread the saw feature to length. Do not attempt to pull it apart for the saw first. The Tinder, cotton string and fishing line are inside the paracord, and the flint is on the necklace. 

13 in 1 Survival Clip-on

Our new 13 in 1 clip on has a packet of fish hooks, led weights, and 2 water purification tablets inside. Also as in our other products we have the fishing line, cotton thread and waxed tinder inside the paracord, 12 feet, along with 7 nylon strands. The tinder which can be pulled right out would just need to be scraped and pulled apart , ruffled into a ball, and then sparked into with the flint, which is located on the front bottom, with the striker, located at the top. Theres a compass, whistle, and on the back side a reflective piece of metal for S.O.S signaling. 3 Ranger bands are also there for whatever use you can think of,  ex, the rubber can hold a flame for a while so its great for fires, or for sealing a can of food.  


Pre-wash the area where you’ll be applying the sticker using either soap and water or rubbing alcohol. Do not use window-cleaning products. They may leave a residue behind, making your sticker cling less effectively.

For the best results, install your stickers in a shaded area away from direct sunlight. When possible, you should apply stickers when the temperature is above 50F and below 90F.

Masking tape can help ensure that your sticker is positioned exactly where you want it. Leaving the white backing paper in place and facing the surface you’re applying it to, position the sticker where you want it to go. Place a piece of masking tape along the top edge of the sticker—this fixes it in the proper location. Then, lift the sticker as if it’s on a hinge, and peel off the backing paper. While holding onto the bottom edge, slowly lower the sticker, using the thumb of your other hand to press from the center out and gradually working your way from top to bottom. With a credit car or something flat , run it along the sticker to make sure air bubbles are pushed out.Car decal applying instructions. 

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