This paracord bracelet features a silver-tone handcuffs charm attached to a stripe of paracord, going through the main weave of the bracelet. The main bracelet is made using black paracord, and the stripe can be done with the colour of your choice. A great gift for someone special, as a Valentine’s novelty gift, or even to give to someone who serves in the Police or prison service.
Please use the COLOUR box to let us know the colour you would like for the stripe.
Using 550 paracord, which is hard wearing and rot proof. the bracelet is cobra stitched, to give it added strength and durability, and is finished off with a 15mm buckle, for quick release. As well as being very decorative and stylish, these bracelets can be unravelled in an emergency or survival situation. (Please note: the stripe has the inner cords removed from the paracord prior to being woven into the bracelet.)
Each bracelet will be made to fit the recipient. Please use the SIZE box to tell us the wrist size you need. When measuring the wrist, use a flexible tape measure just below the wrist bone, where your bracelet will sit. Make a note of the number where the tape measure meets the ‘0’. If you would like a looser fitting bracelet, adjust the tape, and then make a note of the new number. If you do not have a tape measure, use a piece of string, paper or ribbon, and measure the final length against a ruler.
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