SurvivorCord is our original patented MIL-STYLE paracord with three potentially life-saving internal strands added: Fishing line, waterproof fire-starter, and multi-purpose utility wire.

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Elastic ShockCord has 100% stretch, a tensile strength of ~100 LBS, and is ideal for creating bungee cords and securing or tethering items to your equipment or vehicles.

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Titan Survival SurvivorCord Overview | Firestarter, Snare Wire, and Fishing Line Paracord. A review by Weavers of Eternity.


In today's video, we'll be looking at tightened survivor cord by a company called Titan survival. Hey, what's going on guys, Tim here again, got another product review for you today. And as I just mentioned, it is a specific type of para cord called survivor cord. So as you can see by this awesome logo in front of you and this a nice little Velcro strap, it's from a company called Titan survival, and they've created this tightened survivor cord. So what this is in a nutshell is a kind of, you know, all in one survivor para cord. So it's not just five 50 pair cord. It's got some unique and interesting features and that's what we're going to learn about right now. So what I've got here is I've just snipped off a piece of the pair cord to give you a little cross-sectional view and a, this color is called a force cammo it does come in a multitude of colors, which is nice. And we're just going to pull out the inside guts and have a close look. So, okay. Alrighty. You can see the it's got the seven 70 inner strands, like the usual five 50 cord, but as I slowly pull those away, you know, let's just pull it all out. There we go. So let's get rid of the nylon strands. So inside we can get rid of all this other stuff. Oops. I threw one away. There we go. So what I've got and there it is. So stripped away the regular nylon stuff and going from my left to right here, this first little piece of wire is actually snare wire. It's 30 AWG or American wire gauge wire. So that's something you can use for a snare to, you know, catch small game. You can double it up for larger animals. Of course. So, yeah, just didn't wire. And of course, any other uses you can find for wire maybe binding things and whatnot. You can use that for, to maybe really find things Next is Let's get rid of that is 25 pound fishing line. It's a transparent monofilament fishing line. So yep. Just great for fishing and whatnot. If you're in a survival situation and you know, you only have your bracelet left and you need fishing line, you've got some on you and last but not least, probably one of the most important ones. This is waxed jute. So it's perfect for Firestarter. It takes a flame very easily and it holds it of course, due to the wax. All right. So that all very useful stuff. The way I see it with this para cord is that it's, you'll have it on your wrist. You know, as a last ditch kind of thing, or you can even have this whole Hank in your pack maybe not something you would would be your go-to because it's more of the emergency situation stuff. You'll have your normal supplies, you know, your basic supplies with you, but in case you lose any of that, you'll have this, which is pretty cool. So just to give you another quick demo, let's actually light up some of the the fire starter and we'll see how that goes. Yeah. All right. And there you go. So you can see that the Firestarter does work as it should holds a flame. It's nicely would be perfect for starting a fire. Of course. So let's put that out and yeah, really cool stuff. So Just getting back to the cord I mentioned this one is forced cammo does come with a lot of other colors. The quantities are limited. So you may not see everything in stock all the time now in terms of a bracelet making it is, the court is much stiffer. Of course, because there's fishing line and the wire, the snare wire in there. So it will behave a little, little bit differently than normal pair cord, but you know, nothing too discernible. And also if I'm not mistaken, the tents, the strength of this pair cord is much higher than just five 50 because of the added wire and the The added wire and the fishing lines. So I believe it's up to 620 pounds, which is really cool. And now I also forgot to mention the the Tinder is also waterproof as well because it's wax coated. All right. And as usual, the you know, has the typical pair cord functions being UV resistant, mold resistant, and it is of course, pre shrunk. All right. So yeah, that is all I have to say about Titan para cord, really neat stuff. You know, if you're really into the outdoors and you want to make a really true type survival bracelet, you might want to consider trying out this Titan survivor cord. So if you'll look in the link in the description box down below I do have a affiliate link for that, and that goes directly to the Titan survival website. It's not an Amazon link or anything like that. So yeah. So yeah. Feel free to check that out if it interests you and let me know what you think in the comments down below, again, big, thank you to Titan survival for sending me this cord to check out and you guys might like it too. And so if you guys liked this video, feel free to hit that light by may. If you're not subscribed already, feel free to hit that subscribe button and also turn on notifications so you can know of when I upload videos and when you can see them. All right, guys, thank you so much for watching. I'll see you in the next one. Bye.