• Discontinued


Designed by Ken Onion in Kaneohe, Hawaii
Outside, it’s a braided paracord bracelet. Inside, it’s a stainless steel tungsten carbidecoated wire saw. You’ll only need to recognize the Ken Onion-designed Para-Saw™ for what it really is: a way to save your bacon in emergency survival calamities.
  • Tungsten Carbide Coated Wire Saw
  • Emergency Paracord
  • Blade Show Award - Accessory of the Year
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Overall Length9.5" (241.3 mm)
Weight0.90 oz. (25.51 g)
Awards Blade Show Award - Accessory of the Year
Having a length of cordage along on your next great outdoor excursion is never a bad idea; cleverly adding in a handy cable saw for the unexpected couldn't hurt either.

Ken Onion applied his passion for creating useful tools, and his personal love of the outdoors, in designing the Onion Survival Para-Saw™. It is 8 to 9 foot length (depending on size ordered) of nylon paracord that's braided into a bracelet form—with a plastic encased, tungsten carbide coated wire saw woven into the braided cord.

In the emergency survival event that you had to use the cordage and/or wire saw, you simply unravel the bracelet. The Para-Saw™ paracord survival bracelet uses a quick release buckle to easily secure it on your wrist, or on your gear.

Now you can have along two very handy survival tools, in one easy to travel package! Cordage for securing, lashing, or paring down for other uses and an effective wire saw to cut limbs, wood, or any number of things in a survival situation.

If you are the type that gets outdoors, be prepared. These are a must have!

Available in two sizes/lengths and several earthy colors including, tan, green, and black.

The internal saw of the Para-Saw™ was designed for one time use in emergency survival situations. We do not recommend attempting to rewrap your bracelet once the saw has been deployed. Although it can likely be done, it is not the original intention of the design.

Ken Onion

Kaneohe, Hawaii 

Ken is the real deal. The youngest ever inductee into the Blade Magazine Hall of Fame in 2008, Ken is recognized as one of the most innovative and successful knife designers of all time.

In 1996 he created the first commercially successful assisted opening mechanism, and 20 years later unveiled his award-winning Field Strip Technology. Now, this world-changing innovation sets a new standard with Field Strip Gen II technology, a reinvention that’s bound to live up to its name.

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