- Multi-function bracelet meets your needs
- Paracord bracelet that loosens into a 10-feet cord
- Accurate and easy-to-read compass
- Retrieve SIM card pin comes in handy
- T-shaped knife with a protective cover
- SOS LED light visible within 32 feet diameter
- LED offers 3 modes – flash, lighting, morse code rescue signal
- Whistle that can be heard from a far distance
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Focus Emergency Survival Multi-Tool Paracord Bracelet
This Focus Emergency Survival Multi-Tool Paracord Bracelet gives you all the emergency gear you need for your next adventure. This multiple survival tool kit includes an adjustable paracord bracelet, compass, SOS LED light, flint fire starter, rescue whistle, tool card, T-shape knife, thermometer, retrieve SIM card pin, bottle opener, bike banners, and more. The bracelet can be adjusted from 7.5 to 9.5 inches and perfectly fits your wrist. You can also attach it to your bag, belt or backpack. The Emergency Survival Paracord Bracelet is a perfect partner for your camping, hiking or any other wild situations.
The paracord bracelet is made from a parachute cord that can be unwound to a 10-feet cord to be used for a variety of survival situations. The paracord can withstand weight up to 250lb.
SOS LED Light
The LED light is bright enough to illuminate within 32 feet diameter in darkness. It offers three modes including flash (press), lighting (press again), and morse code rescue signal (press for 3s)
Compass and Rescue Whistle
The easy-to-read compass comes with a 0.79-inch dial. This waterproof compass helps maintain your sense of direction even on heavy rainy days. A built-in high-decibel whistle with a sound area within 500m that lets you send an audible signal for help from rescuers nearby.
The bracelet has a T-shaped knife with a protective cover. It also features a word screwdriver, cross screwdriver, cutter, and semi-circular scraper.
Multi-tools include large and small bicycle banners, bottle opener, can opener, scraper, medium hex wrench, saw blade, and small hex wrench.
A built-in thermometer lets you know the temperature in the wild. The value is available in degrees Celsius.