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We've only been online a few months now and we're seeing one contest after another!

KnottyStuff is up next giving away three (3) prizes to three (3) lucky winners! Up for grabs are:

Grand Prize: One 20 pack of straps
Second Prize: One 10 pack of straps
Third Prize: One 10 pack of straps

From KnottyStuff:
As a paracord bracelet making enthusiast, I always hated it when a customer would buy a custom bracelet, measure their wrist according to my instructions, and then when I sent it to them, they would on occasion tell me that the bracelet I made them was too big or too small. I looked around for an adjustable strap but all I found was the simple, very long cable wraps. I started to put these together and all my paracording buddies went nuts about them saying they've been looking for them.They allow for up to about 1.5" of adjustment, so it cuts down on the amount of cord one uses and takes a lot of the guess work out of sizing bracelets.
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Post to this thread. That's it!

Drawing:

We will close this thread on October 27th and hold a drawing on October 28th. We will select two winners who will have 24 hours to claim their prize. If the winners do not claim within 24 hours, we will redraw until a winner has claimed.

Be sure to like the KnottyStuff Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/knottystuff4u

and be sure to visit their store!

http://www.etsy.com/shop/knottystuff4u

Thanks to KnottyStuff for this great giveaway!


No purchase necessary. To enter by mail send full name, address, phone number to Paracord Forum PO BOX 911 San Marcos, Texas 78667. Entries must be received by October 28th, 2013. Void where prohibited. Free shipping to anywhere in the lower USA excluding Alaska and Hawaii. Winner subject to International shipping and custom fees.
 

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Did I do it right?
 

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Appreciate the opportunity Austin. If anyone has any questions about anything you can't find on the pages, holler at me. I'll try to clear it up.
Now, since I posted, am I entered too? Hehe

And, don't forget, they fit on anyone's bracelet making jig. Msg me if you need pics of my jig set up. KS

oh man these are sweet! I am currently getting ready to make about 20 bracelets for a group my stepmom belongs to... these will be perfect!
HardcoreSlot, we just did a 100 pc order for a local Little League for their fundraising project in Fall. I only had to make 2 sizes of bracelet using the straps. There was a Sm/Med that fit a 5.75-7.25" wrist, and a Med/Lg that fit a 6.5-8" wrist. The guideline is that it will fit a wrist that is 1" to 2.5" longer than the length of paracord bracelet you make. You save money just by not having to use as much cord. You save headaches by not having to worry about making a bracelet that fits exactly like your customer expects, they can just adjust it themselves.:D

That’s something I can use. I have a pile of bracelets that fit no one. I’m a measure 3 times, cut with a chainsaw type of guy.
If you go to our FB page, you'll see the 100 pc order we just filled. They wanted two color combos in different weaves and we only had to make 2 sizes of each color combo to fit all the wrists they will be selling to.

I'm in!

knottystuff- I just checked out your esty page and took a look at your adjustable straps~those things are awesome! I love making bracelets and the downside for me is making bracelets for kids, knowing that they are going to outgrow the bracelet. These straps will give them several years use before they out grow them. These would be great for those that have arthritis in thier hands and can't squeez the prongs on the regular buckles to take them off.

Nice FB page!
Thanks Dutch for the kind words. I'm kinda shocked I hadn't thought of the arthritis point of view already. That's so true. Thanks again

Sure would make bracelet making easier
It not only makes the bracelet making easier, but it saves so much in paracord. I save up to 2 feet of cord with EACH bracelet I make and with 2 different standard sizes, you can make a bracelet that fits 90-95% of the wrists out there, and even then, it would take a minor length adjustment to cover the rest. Take a look at my FB and Etsy page, or msg me with specific questions. Eldon

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I checked these out in the guys thread. They look pretty awesome!

If you go to our FB page, you'll see the 100 pc order we just filled. They wanted two color combos in different weaves and we only had to make 2 sizes of each color combo to fit all the wrists they will be selling to.
Man... would make life so much easier lol.

Thanks again for doing this bud.
 

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I never used anything like these before to make a bracelet. Thanks KnottyStuff.
 

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That’s something I can use. I have a pile of bracelets that fit no one. I’m a measure 3 times, cut with a chainsaw type of guy.
 

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Count me in...!!

Thanks Knottystuff4u !!
 

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I'm in!

knottystuff- I just checked out your esty page and took a look at your adjustable straps~those things are awesome! I love making bracelets and the downside for me is making bracelets for kids, knowing that they are going to outgrow the bracelet. These straps will give them several years use before they out grow them. These would be great for those that have arthritis in thier hands and can't squeez the prongs on the regular buckles to take them off.

Nice FB page!
 

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I never realized the different colors available. I have only seen the basic colors - tan or black. Nice to know there is a forum for this. Thanks!

I gotta order some...there are times...well you never know
 
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