Occasionally we like to take a look at survival gadgets, tools, and even advice. There are a lot of survival enthusiasts now more than ever, and it has become a hot topic. So will the A2S Paracord Bracelet Survival Tool fit into their collection of must haves in the event they find themselves in tough circumstances?
The A2S Paracord Bracelet Survival Tool is a condensed kit of survival equipment that can be worn on the wrist for easy access and convenience.
The claim is that this kit contains all of the essential ingredients for survival in the bush or in a disaster situation and is self-contained and convenient to use and carry due to its size and “wearability”.
The hype is similar to the claim. The design and “wearability” of the A2S Paracord Bracelet Survival Tool and the items contained therein are the essential items required for survival in a negative situation.
The cost of the A2S Paracord Bracelet Survival Tool is very reasonable $9.99 on amazon.com. This is competitive when compared with other similar items that are advertised on amazon and other sites.
The commitment is very minimal for the A2S Paracord Bracelet Survival Tool. The size of the unit allows the user to simply toss it into their “bug out bag” or camping/hunting backpack when they do not require any of the items contained in the bracelet.
The A2S Paracord Bracelet Survival Tool is a fantastic product in theory. It carries all the real essential gear that one would like to have in a survival situation. The unit has the compass to allow for navigation while in the bush when lost or simply to get your bearings and figure out what direction you’re heading or orienting to. The bracelet also contains a small survival blade that while small is suitable for cutting the paracord or small strands of rope or other items. The flint and striker are used in the event that you need to build a fire if lost in the bush or when camping and you have no matches or lighter and a whistle for signalling if you ever find yourself lost in a remote place and need to signal for help. We say in theory as many of the users found some of the items to be difficult to use or that they simply did not last very long or perform as intended. The whistle on some units is not very loud and on others the compass seems to be defective or simply broke with relatively little use. The design of the units is pretty large making most suitable for adult men for wrist wear but quite able to hang off a bag for others. Another common complaint was that the flint and striker positions make them difficult to use without a lot of trial and error.
Final A2S Paracord Bracelet Survival Tool Review
While we like the idea behind the A2S Paracord Survival Bracelet Tool, but we think that more attention to detail is required in the construction of the units. Make the compass a tad bit bigger and easier to read and re-construct the flint and striker positions to make them more accessible and easier to use. The items contained while excellent choices in a survival bracelet need to work well to be effective. Our final conclusion is to give the A2S Paracord Survival Bracelet Tool,a Try/Buy rating.
We think that this product has a place in the market. They have a great variety of useful components that with some practice could probably prove effective. Taking the time to practice with the striker and flint will help somewhat but you cannot make a whistle more effective by practicing nor compensate for quality issues Know what to expect and understand the limitations imposed by the quality. If you are into survival some other products within this category that may interest you are the Survive the End Days program, or the LifeStraw.