How the Survival Strap Can Save Your Thanksgiving

The fun of Halloween has ended and families are now preparing for the Thanksgiving holiday. Thanksgiving is a time for delicious food, watching football, and making memories with family. Like any other holiday, there is always a chance something may go awry. The Survival Strap is a military grade paracord bracelet that is conveniently worn on your wrist and will be there for you when things don’t go as planned. Let’s take a look at how this amazing survival bracelet can make sure your Thanksgiving dinner goes off without a hitch.

Hang Up the Decorations

In the early weeks of November, families begin the takedown of Halloween décor and replace it with the festival colors of Autumn. Coupled with the shades of yellow, orange, red, and brown are turkeys, pilgrims, and ‘Happy Thanksgiving’ banners. Whether you waited until the last minute or you’re decorations are just too much for the average hook, you don’t want a bare house on the big day. If you need to securely hang your favorite decorations, then use your Survival Strap to help. Simply unravel your survival bracelet and use it to hang up to 550 pounds of decorations! This paracord bracelet is tough and reliable.

Have Some Help with Cooking Prep

Cooking is what Thanksgiving is all about. Food prep is one of the most important aspects of the holiday. Make sure to get started early, or even the night before, so that your guests can arrive to a table full of food. During the preparation process is when most people run into trouble. Sometimes an item is forgotten. Other times, kitchen utensils break. The Survival Strap can be there to help you during your time in the kitchen. Break the survival bracelet down and use it to tie back the turkey legs, make precise cutting for dishes, or keep dish tops secure. 

Stay Safe Using Your Deep Fryer

The deep fryer is quickly becoming a very popular way to prepare your Thanksgiving turkey. It’s fast, efficient, and makes for a delicious meal. It’s also one of the most dangerous ways to cook. A simple slip of the fryer and an uncontrollable fire can start. One of the best tactics to avoid an incident is to secure your deep fryer using the Survival Strap. Broken down and split up, the survival bracelet can act as a four section tie down. You may also want to try and use it as a hanging strap for the fryer handles. Stay safe and use this amazing paracord bracelet to help you with your turkey this holiday.

The Survival Strap is a military grade paracord bracelet that has been shown to withstand up to 550 pounds of pressure, making it ideal for most emergencies. It can also be extremely helpful around the house. Once unraveled, the Survival Strap can be put to work to save your holiday. Although the paracord bracelet cannot be put back together, we will be happy to send you a replacement. Send us your Thanksgiving story and how the Survival Strap helped you, and be sure to include pictures. Check out the holiday collection of Survival Straps today.

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