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Nano Paracord

£6.625 Inc VAT
(Approx $9.1153)
Was £9.16
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Nano Cord is much the same as an exceptionally thin paracord, in fact, it's even thinner than our micro para cords. Nano Cord is a versatile and very handy utility cord to keep in any survival kit or emergency bag, and exceptionally handy for fishing, trapping and lashing small hand-made items together, such as a primitive fishing hook.

Nano Cord Uses

Nano cord may be used as a knife handle wrapping, for lanyards, key chains and for fishing rigs and fishing lines. As well as countless survival uses, it is Nano Cord that is used in jewellery making, wind chimes and even Native American dream catchers due to its unrivalled strength to diameter ratio.

Each reusable spool of Nano Cord contains 300 ft. (100m) of fine cordage with a diameter of just .75mm. The breaking strain for such a thin cord is a massive 36lbs test.

Nano Cord Features and Specifications

  • Incredibly thin and strong
  • 36 lbs breaking strain (test)
  • 300 ft. (100m) per spool
  • UV resistant
  • Rot Resistant
  • Mildew Resistant
  • Available colours (see drop down)
  • Colours will not run or bleed
  • Wholesale rates available
  • Unlike some, our Nano Cord is the best, and made for us in the U.S.A


"Very strong. Very thin so it doesn't get in the way. Holds a constrictor knot well."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Stephen Johnson

"Nano cord is just perfect for jewellery making, ideal for macrame as well. Would be buying more of this as I like it very much."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Tina Towse

"Nano paracord is Awesome, very very light, holds a friction knot, not for structural or load bearing, but ideal for lashing, light weight attachments, internal hanging loops on tarps / hammocks, handle grips, loads of uses. Good value for money."

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Tacblades
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