Case or string bag made of paracord for a bottle of Nalgene and other plastic and glass bottles, review, review.

Paracord is a lightweight nylon cord with a core that was originally used in parachute slings. There are many options for using paracord in everyday life. It can be used to make a knife on a knife, a cover, a bracelet, like a light cable, in a complete set of NAZ or a survival kit. For watch straps, key chains, for braiding various items and so on. 

The American Army Paracord is designated MIL-C-5040H and is available in six types I, IA, II, IIA, III, IV. The most widely used Type III paracord has a minimum tensile force of 550 lbs (250 kg).

Paracord case or string bag for Nalgene bottle and other plastic and glass bottles, review, review.

It was from a paracord of type III, or another 550 paracords, that this urgently needed bag was made on the farm for a Nalgene bottle and other plastic and glass bottles. It took three meters of a cord of gray and orange colors to make a string bag. The choice of orange is due to the fact that it facilitates the search for a bottle in such a case in conditions of insufficient visibility or, for example, in tall grass.

Case or string bag made of paracord for a bottle of Nalgene and other plastic and glass bottles, review, review.
0.5 and 1 liter Nalgene. For glass bottles 0.5 and 0.65 liters. Although in principle it will work and will work with any capacity up to 10 cm in diameter.

Case or string bag made of paracord for a bottle of Nalgene and other plastic and glass bottles, review, review.

Basically, a shopping bag is designed to increase the convenience when carrying plastic or glass bottles. But nothing prevents using it for other purposes. For example, as in the above photographs when using a plastic bottle as a washbasin. Or whether to use the case as a regular bag-bag for transporting any items.

Case or string bag made of paracord for a bottle of Nalgene and other plastic and glass bottles, review, review.

Testing video of the 550 and 750 paracord, descent on a tactical belt with a metal evacuation ring.

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