Paracord Planet Mil-Spec Commercial Grade 550lb Type III Nylon Paracord 100 feet Orange

May 25, 2017 - Comment
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An ideal all-around utility cord in the field, the type III commercial paracord is tough and long lasting. The cord is made of 550-pound test nylon and features a seven-strand core for maximum strength. Measuring 5/32 inches in diameter, the paracord is manufactured in the United States. This paracord is available in a variety of lengths and colors.

Product Features

  • 7 strand core tested to 550lb
  • 100% Nylon
  • 5/32″ diameter
  • Mil Spec Commercial paracord
  • Made in the USA

Comments

HI and Lo says:

It’s okay to say I “love” rope right? I guess it’s weird to say “I love it” over what is basically some rope. But what rope it is! Paracord is a modern day miracle in terms of it’s usefulness and I have a giant 1000ft spool in my garage. Recently I started playing around with making different types of weaves and knots for lanyards on things like knives, machetes, etc.. so I started ordering some “fancy” colors just to break up the monotony. The seller got my order here extremely quickly and it was just as advertised…

Stretch says:

Next to Mil-Spec Don’t be mislead. This is infact great cord but it is slightly less quality then milspec. The inner cords are 2 strand woven and not 3. The inner cords when separated do begin to fray. Realistically it is a step down from the real deal but still fully capable for use making snares or fishing line. I would not expect it to work well if the inner cords where separated to sew for instance. I will be ordering more colors though since it is such a great alternative.

DJR says:

I would recommend that any vendor selling product from Paracord Planet spot … Not really a problem by the vendor, but more with Paracord Planet. This is the 2nd bag of cord I received that was way short: only 43 feet when it should have been 50. Length matters when you need a certain amount for a project. I would recommend that any vendor selling product from Paracord Planet spot check (do a little quality control) this manufacturer’s product. If it were only a few inches short, probably not a big deal. But 7 feet short? That’s almost 20%! How hard is it to measure 50…

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