This auction is for
100' Hank of 550 Paracord
in the colour of your choice
(please check my other items for all the camo colours available)
I have a total of 53 different colours of this cord available
This cord comes in individual 100' bundles and is genuine 7 strand paracord.
Please be aware that this cord has a breaking strain of 350lb although it is supplied and advertised by my manufacturer as 550 Paracord. I have been told that this is due to the cord being made to resist rot caused by water damage and this cord will not shrink when wet unlike other paracords available.
This cord is perfect for hundreds of uses including making wristbands and belts to general DIY stuff.
It has 7 internal strands (actually 14 strands wound in pairs) which are coated in the rot resistant and shrink resistant outer sheath.
I make a wide range of items from paracord which can be found by
checking out my other items!
Various bracelet styles and make your own kits
Paracord pet leashes and collars
Various styles of keyring lanyards
Kubotan and Monkeys Fist self defence keyrings
ID badge / work pass lanyard holders
Paracord multitool pouches, paracord zip pull / toggles
This list is not exhaustive, I have the means and ability to make almost anything you can imagine from my cord, if you would like something custom made simply send me an email with the details and i'll work out a price for you!
I welcome bulk orders for scout groups, hiking clubs etc.
Here are all the colours i have available.
DUE TO THE MANUFACTURING PROESS USED TO MAKE THE DYE FOR EACH COLOURS DIFFERENT BATCHES OF CORD MAY BE VERY SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT SHADES HOWEVER THIS WOULD ONLY BE ON VERY CLOSE COMPARISON.
All items are sent first class standard mail which is not trackable. If you require your order to be signed for or tracked you must select the recorded delivery option at the checkout.
On very rare occasions items may be lost in the post by the mail service. Any orders lost in transit which did not have the recorded delivery option are still eligible for compensation however it is the buyers responsibility to file for a claim. I am more than happy to provide any information required. If you do not agree to these terms then please do not buy the item.
Each 100' bundle weighs 200g therefore the following postage rules apply
(in order to keep postage costs low items are sent second class in the UK)
1 x 100' = £1.49 (recorded £2.49)
2 x 100' = £2.49 (recorded £3.49)
3 x 100' = £3.49 (recorded £4.49)
4 x 100' = £3.99 (recorded £4.99)
5 x 100' = £4.49 (recorded £5.49)
For more than 5 bundles please contact me for shipping prices.
Finally here are some of the many uses for your paracord in an emergency situation
More than just a parachute cord - Although paracord was designed for use as a suspension line for parachutes. This high strength cord has proven over the years to have a number of other uses. No camping / hiking or survival gear would be complete without a length of this highly versatile cord. Uses for paracord are endless. Below are a few ideas:
|Use parachute cord for:
|· Ridgeline for Tarps
||· Restraints |
|· Shoe & Bootlaces
||· Tourniquet |
|· Repairing Equipment
||· Bottle Holder |
|· Camp and Bushcraft
||· Zipper Pulls |
|· Securing Equipment
||· Guylines |
|· Hanging Food from Bears
||· Washing Lines |
|· Making a Fire Bow
||· Handle Wrapping |
|· String for a Bow
||· Trail Marking|
|· Shelter Making
||· Surfing \ Snowboarding leashes |
|· Hammock Making
||· Kite Surfing \ Wind Surfing |
|· Fish Nets
||· Boating |
||· Whip Making |
|· Weapon Straps
||· Binding |
|Use the Inner cores for:
|· Fishing Line
||· Dental Floss|
|· Sewing fabric together
||· Small twine for whipping ends of larger cord |
|· Emergency Stitches
||' Many other applications . . . |
AND MORE - Parachute cord received international publicity in February 1997 when it was used by Discovery astronauts to repair the Hubble Telescope. In places where the insulation had been worn away, Teflon® patches were applied and secured with parachute cord. Many army units have fashioned parachute cord into bracelets denoting their unit and geographical area of deployment. This reflects both the comfortable texture of the nylon rope and its place as a military icon.