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  • Paracord Bracelet With a Side Release Buckle

    It can take time to untie/unravel a knotted paracord bracelet, and the cord will probably be kinked up, and may be dirty/worn and weakened depending on how hold it is and how often it has been carried, but can still be useful if needed. There are many different possible designs for paracord bracelets, some use patterns than can come undone quickly, like a chain sinnet. Considering that many paracord bracelet designs use around 10 feet of cord, some more, some less, if someone has an urgent speedy emergency need for that small amount of cordage, then their problem probably is beyond a basic utility need that length of cord might assist with... ;)

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  • Stormdrane commented on Stormdrane's instructable Woven paracord bracelet/watchband10 months ago
    Woven paracord bracelet/watchband

    Width will vary by the actual cord you use, and paracord can vary in thickness/width of the strand from one manufacturer to another, and how tight or loose you tie the bracelet/watchband. The tan one in my photo has a tied width of about 7/8" thick.

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  • Stormdrane commented on Stormdrane's instructable Celtic Button Knot1 year ago
    Celtic Button Knot

    Maybe. It would depend on how flexible the wire is.

    Different gauges of wire are often used for jewelry making (braided/twisted/knotted/knitted). The thinner wire is usually more easily bent and worked where the thicker it gets may require tools to bend and twist it into shape.

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  • Stormdrane commented on Stormdrane's instructable Woven paracord bracelet/watchband1 year ago
    Woven paracord bracelet/watchband

    For watches with thinner attachment sections, I've used gutted paracord, and done two piece watchbands to work with those type watches. You just have to experiment with different paracord designs and options base on the variety of watches out there.

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