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This Royal Corps of Signals paracord bracelet and key fob depict the colours of the Corps stable belt. A great way to show support to the Signals.

Using 550 paracord, which is hard wearing and rot proof. both the bracelet and key fob are cobra stitched, to give it added strength and durability. The bracelet can either be finished off with a 15mm buckle, for quick release. As well as being very decorative and stylish, both these items can be unraveled in an emergency or survival situation. (Please note: the navy stripe has the inner cords removed from the paracord prior to being strung through the weave.)

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. The bracelet can also be made adjustable, using slip knots to finish it off. If you’d prefer an adjustable one making, please put ADJUSTABLE in the SIZE box.

The key fob measures approx 2.75″ long, (approx 3.75″ with the split ring included). Both items are available separately, or as a set (please make your choice from the drop down menu)

Please note: These items are made to order.

Other regiments/corps are available. Please message us if we do not yet have your regiment listed.

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