Paracord Survival Watch 6 in 1 firestarter, compass, whistle, thermometer etc

    Today we're introducing one of our awesome new products that is flying off the shelves at It's our Paracord Survival Watch.  It basically combines the best aspects of the compass version of our tactical paracord bracelet with the functionality of a watch and a thermometer.  This super functional piece does it all with style to boot.  Available in several color options including black, olive/army green, khaki and a sportier red and black.  We just listed these Friday and are already selling out, but not to worry---more are on the way.  

     Here's the link to this bad boy. 

     It has the normal paracord functions (whistle, cutter, flint rod for firestarting) plus a watch, compass and thermometer---and it's priced very reasonably.  Oh and did we mention US customers get FREE shipping? Now we have.  You're welcome.

   Here's a couple links to our other Tactical Paracord Bracelets and a list of some of the uses for paracord in general.

Compass version:   Only $9.50 shipped in the USA.

Non-compass version:  Less than $7 shipped in the USA!!



  1. Secure a tent
  2. Secure a tarp between trees
  3. Hang tools from your belt
  4. Hang tools from around your neck
  5. Secure things to the outside of your backpack
  6. Make a tourniquet
  7. Secure a splint
  8. Make a sling for your arm
  9. Make an emergency belt to hold your pants up
  10. Make emergency suspenders
  11. Replace a broken bra strap (it happens)
  12. Replace broken or missing shoe laces
  13. Repair a zipper pull
  14. Secure your boat or skiff to a tree
  15. Make a tow line; double or triple up for extra strength
  16. Create a makeshift lanyard
  17. String a clothesline
  18. Hang something up off the ground
  19. Rig a pulley system
  20. Make traps and snares
  21. Replace damaged or missing draw strings in packs, bags and sweat pants
  22. Keep rolled up items secure
  23. Create a neckerchief slide
  24. Tie objects together for easier transport
  25. Make a rope
  26. Make a hammock
  27. Make a sack for carrying groceries or gear
  28. Bundle stuff together
  29. Tie tall garden vegetable plants to stakes
  30. Make a pet leash
  31. Make a pet collar
  32. Secure a garbage-bag rain poncho around your body to keep you dry
  33. Hang food in trees to keep the bears away
  34. Tie stuff down so it will not blow away in a storm
  35. Create a trip wire
  36. Create makeshift hand cuffs
  37. Tie bad guys or intruders to a tree or chair
  38. Tie people together on a trail so that they keep together
  39. Identify members of a group using different colored armbands or bracelets
  40. Use as sewing thread (inner threads)
  41. Use as fishing line (inner threads)
  42. Emergency dental floss (inner threads)
  43. Emergency suture material (inner threads) when there is nothing else available
  44. Make arts and crafts to stave off boredom