CRKT Onion Survival Para-Saw Bracelet
It's a nylon paracord bracelet with a wire saw woven within it. Ken Onion, the designer, cleverly found a way to intertwine (literally) two essential survival tools into one. Having spare cordage is always a great idea, especially for the outdoor adventurer or emergency prepper, but we also know that a handy cable saw is incredibly useful as well. The two woven parts are finished off with a quick release buckle to easily secure and attach to your wrist or other gear.
Para-Saw Bracelet Features:
- Nylon paracord (8-9 feet depending on size)
- Wire Saw:
- Plastic encased
- Tungsten carbide coated
- Strategically interwoven for comfortable wear
- Quick release buckle
- Available in variety of earthy colors
- About 9.5 inches when open (small) and 10.5 inches for the large size
- Weight: Less than 1 ounce
- Cobra weave
- Columbia River Knife and Tool
Practical uses for the Para-saw:
Apart from the millions of uses that standard nylon paracord can provide, the built in hand saw has many possible implementations. Cutting limbs and branches for firewood or building a shelter is possibly one of the greatest advantages. A bow saw can be devised for even further cutting effectiveness.
These tool can be very useful for hunters as well, as it can help clear obstructing branches and limbs from your line of fire. It also helps to cut other materials like paracord itself or other forms of rope. This can help extend the lifespan of your valuable knife, saving the blade for other important survival tasks.
Designed by Ken Onion.