Minggu, 14 Maret 2010

As advertized

550LB DIGITAL NYLON 100FT CORD

550LB DIGITAL NYLON 100FT CORD

I don't like leaving a 5 star review, as no item is perfect. That said, I gave this item 5 stars as it is exactly what it was advertised to be. When I opened the paracord (which was shipped quickly by the way) I could see the 7 strands inside. The paracord holds my weight, 240 lbs, with not problem - which is what I was looking for. You shouldn't use this to clime mountains, there is better rope for that. But, it makes for great looking and long lasting shoelaces, camping line etc. I bought it for my knife, but I have found myself using it for everything. I highly recommend keeping some in your emergency kit, your car and anywhere else you may find yourself needing it at some future point. This stuff doesn't rot, so it will be there when you need it. It may not be military grade (I can't say if it is or isn't myself), but I'm not going to be storming Iraq any time soon, so if it's not, that's okay by me.

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9 komentar:

  1. This is a great product
    it DOES have 7 strands in it and is very strong
    it came earlier than expected, i am very satisfied with my purchase

    BalasHapus
  2. The price was excellent. I had ordered several 100 ft lengths. All but one of them was a seven strand core. The one was only a six strand core. That could be a fluke, but the buyer needs to know there is that chance. Even six is fine for me, and it is not worth the price to find a dealer to guarantee seven strands.

    BalasHapus
  3. Victor Guerrero11 Oktober 2012 13.32

    Ah... Paracord. Its a lovely nylon mix apart from being amazingly strong and thinner than a pencil. It can be stretched out to secure items and is very unlikely to snap or brake. In the boot camp I had a teammate that didn't have great memory so we attached his items to his pant's with Paracord. Took us long enough to cut it off him when he learned his lesson. It can be used for emergency climbing but, I don't suggest it since the small rope can flatten out and burn your hands badly. Then again if it's an emergency I don't think rope burn is your biggest worry. Over all paracord is wonderful.

    BalasHapus
  4. Bought 300' so far.....indispensable. Keep some in wife's car, truck, work truck, make lanyards outta it....tie down ANYTHING....use as boot laces(laces that will never break)...hang antennas from trees...or to tease the cats with......love this stuff....and it's the real deal...not some Chinese ripoff stuff.

    BalasHapus
  5. Charlie Delaney17 Desember 2012 13.32

    This is a nice tight braid, not as soft as the harware store "clothesline" grade stuff. I want to point out that the package I received does have one hundred feet, not inches. The picture of the product label is correct, the link text (550lb. Type III Paracord 100" Black) is not.

    BalasHapus
  6. Strong and light, I turned my cord into dog leashes so I can walk all (9) of my dogs at once. Works great no fraying, little bit of stretch and like I said works great for the purpose I bought it for. Would not hesitate to buy another if needed.

    BalasHapus
  7. I bought this paracord because I didn't have any paracord and I need some paracord. When it showed up I was very pleased because I had some paracord whereas before the order arrived I didn't have any paracord, which is the reason I ordered some paracord. So far I have made three paracord bracelets and five paracord knife lanyards out of paracord. I recommend that anyone who needs some paracord and doesn't have any paracord order this paracord.

    BalasHapus
  8. I don't like leaving a 5 star review, as no item is perfect. That said, I gave this item 5 stars as it is exactly what it was advertised to be. When I opened the paracord (which was shipped quickly by the way) I could see the 7 strands inside. The paracord holds my weight, 240 lbs, with not problem - which is what I was looking for. You shouldn't use this to clime mountains, there is better rope for that. But, it makes for great looking and long lasting shoelaces, camping line etc. I bought it for my knife, but I have found myself using it for everything. I highly recommend keeping some in your emergency kit, your car and anywhere else you may find yourself needing it at some future point. This stuff doesn't rot, so it will be there when you need it. It may not be military grade (I can't say if it is or isn't myself), but I'm not going to be storming Iraq any time soon, so if it's not, that's okay by me.

    BalasHapus