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Selling Paracord Bracelets Answered

Helo World, I want to get your feedback on something. I make these para cord key chains, dog collars, lanyards, and bracelets ect.
and I am looking to sell them I'm probably going to sell them at school.

I want your feedback on how I should sell them , where I should sell them and tips on selling them 

Thanks

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bobyg
bobyg

5 years ago

mine have much higher quality but these are fine, I own like 10,000 feet of paracord, I worked my way up starting with 6 feet of paracord at scout camp, yet this is my 3rd year with the paracord bussiness and I know like 20 weaves, my favorites, (king)cobra, shark jaw bone and the snake weave, I can make these with my eyes closed, he he

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JeffreyV36
JeffreyV36

Reply 15 days ago

Pfft, talk to me when you can make a modified baby caged solomans secret double wide mated snake ladder switchback weave while blind folded upside down 100 feet in the air in a straight jacket... Lol jk but turn up the modesty about 3 notches k? Keep it up guys/gals you both are bright sounding and obviously quite confident. You're both gonna there! But remember to Pace your selves and stay in school! Trust me..

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LilTex
LilTex

Reply 17 days ago

Literally no one asked, If you’d like to brag about your likely exaggerated weaving skills, Go some where else

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aaudrycatherine
aaudrycatherine

6 years ago

Hey,, those are really very dazzling bracelets and all,, :)  :)
And you are worried for selling them?? My God, frankly speaking if any one who is searching for bracelets, goggles, etc and if case they'll see these pics then I'm sure they'll definitely buy them quickly :)  :)  If you don't mind I'll be grateful of yours if you could sell them to me at $5/10$ each
If not then there is no such issue, and I think you may try to sell them on eBay, I'm sure from there you'll definitely get a good response !!
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AnthonyG221
AnthonyG221

Reply 7 weeks ago

I make them also

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 6 years ago

They are nice, aren't they

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hunter999
hunter999

6 years ago

They look neat! I am sure you will find a buyer.

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JM1999
JM1999

6 years ago

Cood idea

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Nick-Smith-513
Nick-Smith-513

6 years ago

thanks for all the helpful info but me and my friend are starting a buisness and we have made a stylish new wearable technology

th check it out go to the web adress below

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TREX ZoaR0K
TREX ZoaR0K

6 years ago

i was thinking you should sell the bracelets for 10 to 20 dollars and custom orders for 20 dollars (like you could let them pick 2 colors) cause then you could use that money to buy 100 feet of one color then 100 feet of another color then you could use the rest to make other bracelets btw i thought of this cause i was gonna sell braclets

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Nick-Smith-513
Nick-Smith-513

Reply 6 years ago

ya I probably wont sell them for that much but I was already going to do the custom thing but i am also going to make some water proof for an extra $2-$4. in water proof I maean water will just roll right off of them. I might make an instructable on how to water proof them.

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caitlinsdad
caitlinsdad

6 years ago

Establish your price based on the cost of materials and labor/time spent making them. Can you make them in custom colors and what would be the turnaround time. Do you have an inventory of in stock best seller items? Figure out how to market them. Have samples, measurements, pictures or a catalogue to view online. Discount pricing to order more? Get your friends to model them or free samples to use to spread the word.

By the way, seeing your eyeglass cushions, we improvised eyewear retainers on a kayak trip. Seems you could make a loop on those and connect with a length of paracord for the neck loop. Good luck.

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Nick-Smith-513
Nick-Smith-513

Reply 6 years ago

Thanks for all the tips and the neck strap is a good idea thanks