So, even though I make and sell "survival bracelets", I never really found that I would have much use for one myself, other than spare guyline, if I forgot mine, or brought an extra tarp or needed to do an unexpected bear hang, etc. But, a regular 550 cord bracelet only has around 7-8 feet of line in it, unless you want to wear a big 'ole fat double thick one. Which I don't.
For some reason the other day, I was rummaging for the spare triptease I keep in my pack when the thought occurred to me. Why not use this to make a bracelet out of? Not only would it save some weight from my pack, but it would prove more useful than paracord in typical situations. Plus, I can carry more of it, since it is so thin I can use a king cobra, and it will only come out as thick as a regular single layer cobra of 550 cord.
Well, anyways, here it is. I didn't measure precisely, but I think there is about 14' of cord in this, give or take. I used two separate lengths, so I can just untie the top layer if I don't have need to use all of it. But next time I think I would just use one length in case I need it for a rodent hang or something. I can always cut off what I need, if I need less. Probably not long enough for a bear hang, unless I get thinner cord(1.2 dyneema?)and try a triple or quadruple layer bracelet.
Anyways, just thought I'd share for the DIY people out there. I do sell them however if you are just lazy, lol.