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Just purchased the paracord handle for my war-scarred 64oz. Definitely makes it easier to carry with as much ice water I drink. I’m not one to leave reviews because I feel some people are too bias with their opinions towards a company and whatever they’re selling. But I do stand behind Iron Flask and their products. Remind me what’s a yeti again?
If i were in a survival situation I wouldn't solely rely on this as a fire starter, the rod is horrible. I'm not positive this I real 550 cord either. But as a handle, and just in case type of thing, it's a good back up cordage and fire starter, and so far the compass works. I have all I would need for survival and camping etc, so this was just a novelty.
Totally Love my purchase. Ordered 4 as gifts. Everyone is so happy to have received these for Father's Day. Fits well with the 32 ounce Iron Flasks. Great quality. A nice addition for the flask. Definitely recommend.
I bought this for my niece for Christmas because it’s what she asked for she absolutely use it for everything her volleyball practices hiking kayaking and any recreational things that she does with it she absolutely loves it and it keeps her water cold
I cant give a full 5 star because I feel like I definitely did not need it. It was more of the "tacticool" in me that I struggle with. It has a whistle that I only use to annoy my wife, and a compass that acts as a flashy ornament. I would buy it again though. A 4 of 5 stars only because I did not need but for sure enjoy
It’s paracord tied around a water bottle. Is not complicated and if I was at all crafty I could probably make it for way less. But I didn’t cause I’m not so here we are. Idk why you even need a review about string. Just buy it if you’re not crafty either. Easy.
Awesome handle. It looks like it could be used In a survival situation. The cord itself could come in handy, the compass seems to work and what people haven't mentioned is that it has a very loud whistle
I could not get the handle on for the life of me. I watched videos, and tried soaking it hot water for 20 minutes. i still have yet to get it on and its just sitting there. very disappointed, and in my opinion, a waste of money.