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Adapt and Survive – Custom Paracord & Webbing Kit

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£14.99

Kit yourself out with awesome paracord bracelets, survival accessories and useful Every Day Carry gear, all hand-crafted and made to measure by you!

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The ‘Adapt and Survive’ Custom Paracord & Webbing Kit is here to help you let your imagination run riot in the world of customised gear. Paracord and webbing are both well-known for their strength, durability and many functions, meaning they’re ideal for making some awesome accessories, survival aids and clever little life hacks! This huge 38-piece kit provides all the materials needed to get you crafting in no time.

Kit Contents:
20’ x 350lb Paracord in Army Green
20’ x 350lb Paracord in Navy Blue
10’ x 350lb Paracord in Neon Orange
1 x Paracord Fid (large paracord threading needle)
5 x 5/8” Quick-Release Contoured Buckle
1 x Dual-Hole Cord Lock
1 x Safety Breakaway Barrel Connector
14 x Pony Bead
1 x 30mm Split Ring
1 x 60mm Carabiner (not for climbing use)
2m x 25mm Nylon Webbing in Black
1 x 25mm Quick-Release Contoured Buckle
2 x 25mm Plastic Webbing Slider
1 x 25mm Three-Way Plastic Webbing Slider
1 x 25mm Heavy-Duty Stainless Steel D-Ring
1 x 25mm Plastic D-Ring
1 x 60mm Heavy-Duty Keychain Clip / Pet Lead Clip
20cm x 4.8mm Black Heatshrink Sleeve
20cm x 9.5mm Black Heatshrink Sleeve
1 x 20mm Nitrile O-Ring

 

Please note: This kit and its contents are for use under adult supervision.

Each ‘Adapt and Survive’ kit is assembled from quality components in the UK by Polymath Products.

Also included in this kit is a detailed guide with step-by-step ‘recipes’ for ten different creations to get you started, including a variety of paracord bracelet ideas, a webbing utility belt and even a sturdy paracord collar for your dog!

Once you’re practised at working with paracord and webbing, you’ll find yourself coming up with your own ideas, and crafting your own unique accessories and gear!

This kit is suitable for all ability levels, and ideal for those into crafting, camping and the outdoors, bushcraft, survivalism, hiking, or anyone who has a creative streak. So get ready to engage your creativity, and have a whole lot of fun doing so!

1 review for Adapt and Survive – Custom Paracord & Webbing Kit

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    David E Crossley

    I’ve been using Polymath products for some years now and think highly enough of them to not only give them favourable reviews on Amazon but also to recommend them in my book Personal Survival Kits and how to use them effectively. I’ve also been making paracord gear for several years so when I spotted their Adapt and Survive custom paracord kit I checked it out on the Amazon page and from what I saw was happy to order.

    The kit arrived through the letterbox this morning and I immediately unpacked it. The kit is contained in a flat cardboard box with a useful ruler printed on the front as part of the design. Opening the box I found all of the items listed on the Amazon product description, with all the smaller parts in a Ziploc poly bag. A first examination showed the paracord and other items to be of good quality and the instruction leaflet to be easy to read, informative and clearly motivating to get on and not only try the things it suggests but also whatever other creative projects come to the mind of the user.

    Having looked at the advert and considered the list of items included, I already had a couple of things in mind that I wanted to try out. To begin with I put together the belt with one of the standard sliders plus the 3 way slider on the right side. I cut off the excess length of nylon webbing beyond what I needed for the belt as I was going to use part of the extra length for my first project. It was good to note that Polymath has included a full 2 metres of webbing strap so there is plenty for a long belt even if it will sometimes be worn over several layers of thick winter clothing, and still leaves extra for other projects like mine.

    I then cut about 6 ft of green cord and resealed the ends so that they were flat. That makes them easier to thread through the sliders in the way I intended. I adjusted the sliders to 10cm apart, doubled over the cord and threaded both ends through the back band of the front slider, hitched the ends through the loop that formed and then took it back and similarly looped through the other slider, then back and through the first one again. I then started with a few cobra weaves before inserting and securing a piece of the webbing strap that I had cut off. I formed this into a loop over a Polymath Ultra Compact Survival Kit added 3 more cobra loops then did the same again over a Polymath EDC Fire Kit (note from the pictures that this is the old model but it would work in exactly the same way for the new version). I added 3 more cobra weaves and then secured the back end of the webbing strap, cut off the excess paracord on the inside of the belt and melt-sealed it onto the weave. This simple little project provides a shotgun cartridge type holder for the 2 Polymath kits using items from this very useful paracord kit.

    I then took some different cord and the carabiner from Adapt and Survive kit and duplicated a paracord ‘grenade’ that I have made before, again using a Polymath mini tin survival kit. This is another simple project but again puts the kit securely on your person but easily accessible if it is ever needed in an emergency.

    Looking at the other items in the kit, with their various colours and forms, it is clear that this is a most versatile and well thought out set of gear for a wide range of creative projects. Even if you’ve never tried this type of craft before, buy one and give it a go. I’m already planning more things I want to try, including one of those dog collars with a luminous Polymath Tac Tag incorporated so that it is easier to find my mutt when she goes haring off into the woods at night. Nice one Polymath!

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