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…Survival Straps will save your life?

Survival Straps

If the USB camera strap wasn’t quite your style, then maybe this Survival Strap will be more to your liking.

Surviaval Straps are made from military issue 550# paracord, which means they’re designed to hold up to 550 pounds without breaking, and feature a marine-grade stainless steel shackle to hold everything all together.

When needed (in case of emergency just unravel the strap, and you’ve got between 15 and 20 feet of rope at your disposal. Use it for climbing down a cliff, building a shelter, or any of the other things that watching Survivorman on Discovery has got you thinking that you can do.

Plus, if you want to be strapped, but don’t want a bracelet, you can get your survival paracord as an anklet, keyfob, rifle sling, cross, watch strap, dog collar, belt, and more. They customizable with up to 30 different colors, and they can even add letters in sterling silver on the bracelets and anklets if you’d like.

Lastly, if you ever actually have to us the strap, just send it back to the company once you return (safely) home with a story of your disaster, and they’ll happily braid you a new one, free of charge.

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…It’s Tuner Tuesday: Mantide?


What do you get when you combine the potent potential of the Corvette ZR1 with an Italian coachbuilder that gave shape to automotive legends like the Pininfarina P4/5?

Mantide Interior

You get the Mantide, an unfortunately named custom from Stile Bertone and head builder Jason Castriota. The Mantide is a carbon fiber creation that takes 220 lbs off the already svelte ZR1, giving the resulting car a 0-60 time of just 3.2 seconds on its way to a top speed of 217mph. Inside, outside, underneath and all around you’ll find custom touches that set the Mantide apart from just about any other car on the planet, and you better, considering they want $2 million from you if you’re going to be one of the lucky ten to own one.

Mantide Engine

But hey, look on the bright side: At least it won’t get confused for a Prius!

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