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.

SurvivorCord XT is SurvivorCord...but better! Built for Bushcraft, this latest incarnation of our patented paracord upgrades the internal survival strands for better outdoor recreational utility.

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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These accessories are specifically designed by us to either work well with SurvivorCord in crafts or projects, or are made from SurvivorCord and can be used in an emergency.

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The Fanciest Paracord Ever!

A SurvivorCord Review by Captain Airyca on YouTube - The Fanciest Paracord Ever!


Hey guys, captain Erica here, coming at you with the review video, I'm just hanging out in my backyard today. I'm going to be reviewing tightened survival survivor cord. So stay tuned for that. I just made myself this like cheapo, DIY fire pit that won't like burn the grass or anything. So my landlord won't get mad and I'm pretty excited about it. So I figured while I'm doing the review all break in my new cup I got for Christmas, I got this from my in-laws, so that was very nice of them. So we're going to make some hot chocolate talk about survival survivor cord and yeah, let's go ahead and just do it. Oh, the milk. Well, Cause I don't want to make hot cocoa with water. Well, that's doing its thing. Let's open up this box of survivor cord and see what we got. Okay. Stoked fire. Hopefully not too much. Let's look at survivor chords. So this is a company that reached out to me and they offered this product for me to review and I was happy to do so. Cause this is something I've kind of been intrigued about for awhile. Survivor cord is not just pair cord. It's got some extra goodies inside of it. It has wire jute, twine and fishing line in addition to the seven strands of pair cord. So inside the strengths. So that's pretty cool. This, this color they sent me was yellow. This is a reflective glow in the dark yellow, super red. So let's open it up skin hot, faster than I expected. Okay. Oh yeah. I have boiling on the milk already. Holy cow. Okay. Well, let's take this off the fire and then we'll play with the survivor. So one thing I was learning, I you know, you can get pair cord like anywhere now. It's like, cool. Cause you can get it at craft stores and stuff. For like making pair, cord bracelets and all that. But pair court, isn't just like the word pair court doesn't mean just like five 50 pair of cords. There's actually like tons of different types of pair cord out there. Five 50 is just like a really common one. And five 50 means it's supposed to be rated for 550 pounds. But you can get counterfeits and, you know, cheap kind of junk or whatever. And so I know that the Titan survival folks are really proud of the fact that their pair cord is rated. I think it's six 50, six, 20. So there's actually rated for 620 pounds and it's like legit. So yeah, I think that's pretty cool. All of them come with this, a nifty Velcro thing. So this is a hundred feet. I don't need a hundred feet, a hundred feet, but let's take off like six feet or so before it cut it I'll do this. So I don't mess it all up. This is really handy. Okay. We'll just cut that and See what's inside. So I can't go fishing right now cause I don't have a fishing license, but a thing. And we could try to play around with the other two strands a little bit here and see what we got. So I'm going to pull this out and show you guys we're up close view it's twice. So the red strand, that's like to show that this is tightened. Survival's like stuff it's this is not like a counterfeit or anything like that. Here's your fishing line, your wire and your jute twine. So it's all in there and it seems to be like loosey goosey enough that I should be able to pull this off relatively easy. So let me see if I can. Yeah, it just like comes off super easy. This is cool. So we're just gonna, I'm just gonna take apart this whole like thing and play around with this. So this is coming out pretty easy. I imagine if you were trying to do like a super long strand, it might be hard. So here's one thing that you is definitely like, well, it's not meant to be like a strong cord, so here it broke a little bit coming out, but that's actually good. Cause then I can just use this. Cause what I want to do is try to make a quick spark, a little fire. So it's a little waxy, which is nice. I want to try to keep these well now I'm making a big mess of it. I'm going to try to keep the other ones, not tingled and everything. And so once you pull all this stuff out, you can use the outside reflective stuff for your lure or what have you, if you're in a situation where you need to make something like that, Oh, my fire is almost dead. So the wire, this is what I was curious about. I've been playing around with the survivor cord enough to know that even though there's a wire in here, the wire doesn't seem to break or anything, but it's pretty, it's pretty like tough. So I could see it legitimately making some like small animal traps. I was thinking maybe doing something a little more artsy Craftsy here and making a bail for my my cup that goes over the fire. Is it cold enough for this? Cause even just that fire there, which isn't very big the handles are pretty small and so it'd be nice to be able to like reach in with a stick and pick up the cup instead of having to use the use. My gloves, cause even my gloves are not, you know, they're not heat proof. So sometimes it's a little too hot to grab stuff off a fire. So I folded it over the, the strand over like double just in case. Cause it is it's thin. And in my mind, I hadn't even thought about how it's going to do this. I know. All right, so there's like hot almond milk in here, but so it's like half full. Yeah. It's I mean, this is, this is sturdy. So let's say I need to put this on the fire. Just pick it up. Oh yeah. So yeah, you could use this first and like things like that. This is a very shoddily done bail for your pot. So that's cool. Sit up here. All right. Breaking in the new code, Pull out some of the jute. I'm just going to use my lighter from my ADC to light this up. It's really like waxy and sticky, which is, which is cool. I think that'll make it light up real easy. My lighters, not like in a breeze here. Wow. That burns super good. So if you need to start a fire, this is really great Tinder. Look at that. It's like a big old match. Nice. Okay. I'm gonna put in the fire. There we go. That's cool. Okay. And I'm running out of light. So I got to get this party moving here. Drink some hot cocoa peppermint. Super good. Wow. That's good. Okay. Focus. So survivor cord Has all the features of pair cords. So one of the things you can do is a regular, you know, pair core projects. So I've weaved some green survivor court onto my handle of my bushcraft bucket. Then I have cordage and all the extra goodies inside of it already With me. And so, Yeah, I think that you know, obviously I could, like, I think I tested the, kind of the extras of this stuff, but any sort of thing you do with pair cord, you can do a survivor cord. So one of the things I learned, Sorry, Things that I learned with, you know, when I was making stuff with this is that when you use a lighter to melt in the end, just make sure you're really cutting it off exactly where you want it to be because the juke kind of like lights up a little bit. And then there's the wire in there which doesn't burn. So if you like, you're melting it and it keeps melting, melting, melting, like there'll be a wire sticking out. You can just get that off obviously. So that's just kind of like random tip there. Titan survivals a company in California small business. I always think that's pretty awesome and pretty legit folks. So I'll include the link below. If you click on my link, I get like a little kickback and that supports the channel, of course. But do you check out their stuff if you're interested, they've got some other things on their website as well. I think the survivor survivor cord is definitely if you're into kind of the ADC life. Definitely. I definitely think it's cool or just like cool survival gizmos, you know? And yeah, thanks so much for hanging out with me and drinking some hot cocoa, even if it's just over the internet. I will Be back with probably more backyard witchcrafty videos cause it's really nice when my son's taken an app just to kind of come out here and play around with stuff. And I just wanted to say, cause I didn't really see this in the beginning and whenever review something or like tell you guys to click a link or anything, unless I like legitimately like the product. So it's definitely cool. I'm looking forward to making some more pair cord projects with it and Yeah, thanks so much for hanging out peace.