TITAN SurvivorCord | 100 Feet | Patented Military Type III 550 Paracord / Parachute Cord (3/16" Diameter) with Integrated Fishing Line, Fire-Starter, and Snare Wire. FREE Paracord Projects eBook.
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- EXCLUSIVE PATENTED DESIGN - Designed at the request of Special Forces in Afghanistan, our exclusive design integrates 3 potentially life-saving survival strands into TITAN's trusted MIL-SPEC 550 Paracord. Available only from TITAN Survival, SurvivorCord is protected by U.S. Patent #9,528,204 and other International patents pending. There simply isn’t a better paracord available.
- MONO FISHING LINE - Includes a single transparent, 25 lb. test, high strength mono-filament fishing line that can be used when critical protein is just yards away. This filament can also be melted and used to patch holes, or used to bind tools together.
- WAXED JUTE TINDER - Our proprietary, waterproof, twisted jute fiber strand is designed to quickly start fires in an emergency. This is the best fire-starting strand on the market. Even in a downpour, a couple sparks from your favorite SurvivorSteel, and you'll have an instant fire.
- MULTI-PURPOSE WIRE - Our proprietary 30 AWG metallic alloy is strong, conductive, and non-magnetic. Perfect for small snares, trip-wires, antennae, camp-fire food wraps, and any other ingenious survival ideas that you can think up.
- THE TITAN PROMISE - We're an American Veteran-Owned business, and all authentic TITAN products have a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. If you're unhappy with our products in any way, we will completely refund your purchase. No questions asked.
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TITAN SurvivorCord - Simply the last paracord you'll ever need.
TITAN SurvivorCord is our patented parachute cord that integrates 3 potentially life-saving survival strands into our popular high-performance MIL-SPEC 550 cord. Our paracord is made from 100% Nylon, is 5mm in diameter, and contains 21 individual strands, braided into seven seriously-strong 3-strand yarns. We've then integrated a single strand of waterproof waxed jute for starting fires, a 25-lb. mono-filament fishing line for catching food, and a 30 AWG wire that can be used for snares, conductive wire, and other emergency needs. SurvivorCord is the ultimate paracord replacement and is also known as Survival Cord.
Here are the internal strands:
- MIL-SPEC 550 CORD - Seven individual 3-ply braided strands that have been pre-shrunk for quality.
- FISHING LINE - A single transparent strand of 25 lb. test, high strength mono-filament fishing line.
- WAXED JUTE - A single strand of our proprietary waterproof twisted fiber jute, designed to quickly start fires in an emergency. This is the best fire-starting strand on the market. Even in a downpour, a couple sparks start the fire right up.
- SNARE WIRE - A single strand of our 30 AWG proprietary alloy that is strong, conductive, and non-magnetic. Perfect for small snares, conductive wire, antennae, and other ingenious survival ideas.
- FASTENER INCLUDED - For added convenience, all authentic TITAN paracord hanks come bundled with our exclusive Velcro fastener to keep your cord nice and neat.
WATERPROOF FIRE TINDER FOR THE WIN!
Unlike other paracords out there, SurvivorCord has an integrated proprietary waterproof waxed jute fiber that ignites fast to help you light a fire in an emergency. Even in the worst downpour, our jute ignites quickly to help you get warm and cook food. We even had an independent 3rd-party test our product by soaking it in water for 4 hours, and then try to light it...two strikes of a ferro-rod was all it took.
To light a fire simply:
- Collect small twigs, grass, and leaves that can burn quickly
- Extract approximately 2 - 3 feet of jute from the SurvivorCord
- Pulverize and fluff the waxed jute into a bird's nest (or ball) about 2 - 3 inches in diameter
- Place the bird's nest in an area protected from wind
- Strike the bird's nest with your ferro rod until lit
- Add increasingly larger sized tinder to maintain the fire
THE ULTIMATE CRAFTING PARACORD
One of the most common questions asked about our SurvivorCord is can it be used for paracord crafts and other projects. Absolutely! At just 1mm thicker than standard MIL-SPEC paracord, TITAN SurvivorCord is being used by businesses all around the world to create their premium paracord products. If it can be made from paracord, it can be made better with SurvivorCord.
- Survival Bracelets
- Dog Collars & Leashes
- Baseball Necklaces
- Work Lanyards & Boot Laces
- Knife Hilts & Axe Handle Wraps
- Anything else you can think of.
TITAN Survival - Our focus on innovation and superior quality means superior performance that you can count on.
TITAN Survival is a small, family run California-based business with a mission to provide the best experience possible, in every interaction that we participate in. From our innovative products to our stellar support, our customers know that they'll always receive a stellar experience.
TITAN Survival has been a proud supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project since 2013. A percentage of every sale goes to the foundation, and we take pride in knowing that we can give back to the brave individuals that we served with, as well as those that continue to serve. HOOAH!
Every purchase of TITAN SurvivorCord comes with and exclusive 316-page eBook full of popular paracord projects. We guide you step-by-step, to recreating some of the coolest projects that you can make with 550 cord. From a dozen different Paracord Bracelets to Survival Belts woven from parachute cord, you'll find everything you need inside.
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I first wanted to give a shout out to Jarod and Shannon at Titan. I did have some questions and concerns that they addressed extremely quickly and very professionally. The first email I sent to them with a question, before I even had my cord, and they responded to my email within a couple hours. I have worked with other sellers on Amazon before but none have been as fast, fair and friendly as Jarod and Shannon. They have earned my future business anytime I need paracord.
Now on to the review... Sorry I had pictures to accompany this but could not get my old camera to download the pics to my pc, grrrrrr...
I just got back from a multi-day camping trip. A portion of this trip was intended to be used to test several pieces of new gear for me. One of those new items was, Titan SurvivorCord. This is their mil-spec paracord with the 3 additional survival cords added, brass wire, waxed jute and 25lb monofilament fishing line. So that you know, I was in the Army (Airborne Infantry) and had the chance to use the real mil-spec 550, so I do have a base line for comparison with the mil-spec cord. I have also been an outdoorsman, hunter, fisherman, camper and (the fairly new term) prepper, for over 25 years so I have some knowledge of how the 3 additional strands might be used as well.
1st the cord itself -
There are many many different makers of paracord available on Amazon and elsewhere and I currently have at least 6 different brands, all claiming to be mil-spec. FYI, if it says "commercial" paracord or 550, it does not come close to being as good as mil-spec. Additionally even those claiming to be mil-spec are not always, buyer beware and pay attention to the reviews. I am not here to, nor is it not my intention to, bad mouth other companies or tell anyone not to buy someone else product. I will say however, that the Titan brand cord (with the added survival strands removed) feels stronger than what I had access to in the Army. It is very tightly woven, both the outer sheath and inner strands and just feels better. Though I did not test the breaking strength of the "550", which Titan actually rates higher at 620lbs (I think), I did hang my, somewhat larger than I would like, 230lb self from a tree branch on a single strand with no problem. I had no issues with the 550 and plan to purchase a lot more of the regular Titan cord without the added strands. I would trust my life and survival to this cord.
2nd, the fishing line -
I did not actually fish with the monofilament line in the Titan cord, but it appeared to be good quality. I compared the breaking strength of it to regular fishing line from my reel, also 25lb, and they had the same or very close to the same breaking point. One drawback to the use of this as a survival cord for fishing is that it is a challenge to withdraw the individual lines from the SurvivorCord without cutting it down to about 5' lengths. This would make it difficult to use the fishing line unless you pulled all the inner strands out together then separated the fishing line. I think this is only relevant to the fishing line and not the jute or wire because you would not need the jute or wire in any more than a 5' section. If, in a survival situation you needed to fish, I am sure you could pull all 100' but would have to pull all the internal strands out together making it so that you would no longer have the full 550lb cord. But individually all the inner cords and outer sheath are still extremely useful.
3rd; the fire starter/ waxed jute -
It is a little more challenging, compared to regular store bought jute twine, to separate the jute into its fibrous state to use as tinder or make a 'birds nest' due to the thinness need to add this into the 550, but it is manageable and still very usable. It took a spark from a ferro rod very easily once separated. Without separating into fibers it will still work well as a tinder but not easy to start with a ferro rod. I did a direct comparison to another paracord being sold as a survival item, only adding a fire starter, with mil-spec 550 and having an additional inner cord that is red and is a proprietary chemical fire starting "tinder" similar to the waxed jute in the Titan cord. While the red fire starter worked about as well as the jute in the Titan cord, the cord itself was not even close to as strong as Titans and the individual strands inside were about 1/2 as thick and it cost more than double what the SurvivorCord costs. I did have pictures showing the comparison and it was obviously inferior to the Titan cord in those photos. (sorry again for not being able to attach those)
4th was the wire -
It was actually stronger than expected since it has to be thin enough to fit into the 550 with the other inner strands. I made several snares and traps and trip lines using the wire and regular inner strands of the 550. I tested the snares with a stick, no live animals were harmed in the testing of this product, lol. It is not a braided wire like aircraft cable, it is more like picture hanging wire but useful for many things. I also made a Swedish torch and used the wire at the base of the log to prevent it from splitting during the burn and it worked well for that.
There are only 2 negatives I can say about this cord, but these do not detract from, IMO, the awesomness of this cord. As already mentioned, withdrawing only 1 strand (the fishing line) can be difficult if you need more than a 5' continuous length. The other negative is that the SurvivorCord is much stiffer than regular paracord and is more difficult to tie complex knots or make small loops. But again as a survival item, I do not think those 2 negatives matter as much and if you are only interested in using it as a cord, get the regular Titan cord not the SurvivorCord.
This was a very long review and I thank you if you read the whole thing. I just was very impressed with this cord and wanted to get a lot of my findings out there for others that may be considering this cord. I plan to use the Titan cord (regular not the survivalcord) for all my 550 needs moving forward. When my other brands are used up they will be replaced with Titan. One of my questions to Jarod and Shannon was the availability of longer than 100' lengths and that is in the works but they have been very busy keeping up with demand for the SurvivorCord that they haven't been able to make the longer lengths available yet. The SurvivalCord has already replaced all my lanyards on knives and sheaths, pull cords on zippers and am planning on making a belt out of it after I buy some more. For what it is, it is the best 550 and survival cord I have seen.
OK let's dig into some SurvivorCord.
My initial concern was about the copper wire. How would it hold up under pressure. So I cut about a 6 foot piece of SurvivorCord and secured it on both ends. I then balanced in the middle. FYI I weigh 200 pounds. My initial theory was that the wire would snap as the cordage stretched. I didn't bounce on the cord. I thought my 200 pounds was enough pressure. After standing on the cordage for about 60 seconds I untied the ends and started tying a survival bracelet. Again assuming the weak link would be the copper wire, IF it was still intact it would certainly be bent into an unusable knot. I let it sit for an hour and then cut both ends off the cordage and stripped the inner strands out to see how it had held up. To my surprise the copper wire was intact and easily straightened into a very functional snare for small game.
I then turned to the fishing line. Again intact and very useful for fishing or any other survival task.
The 7 nylon strands were of course undamaged. The were very high quality and easily separated into 3 smaller strands giving me 21, 6 foot strands that could be pieced together for longer fishing or cut smaller pieces for shelter building.
Finally we come to the waxed jute. This also surprised me. I took a 6 inch piece and tore it up into a fuzzy ball. It EASILY took a spark from a striker an burned for some time.
Over all.. Very good idea that is packaged into a superb product. Well done Titan!!
Not a primary cord, but one you should chop up in large pieces and use in many places, just in case. Definitely better than Firecord in overall utility.
The waxed jute cord works, quite well as an emergency tinder. 10 feet a piece at a time in tests. Not sure what to do with the wire, but it's there. Fishing line is basic, and would be better than the copper wire for snares - if you get to them in time. Not that any of it is good for snares except for the braided inside line (sort of). Imagine the copper wire is good for hacking electronic stuff, low amp. Also good for overloading lesser metal detectors with nonsense.
As a last ditch survival tool, this could very well be the best thing since sliced bread. Hope I don't have to find out, but am glad to have it.