The overwhelming popularity of last year’s introduction of Outdoor Edge’s ParaClaw—a paracord survival bracelet with an inconspicuous utility/personal-defense knife designed into its patent-pending sheath/buckle system—inspired the company to expand this line to include two ParaClaw Close Quarter Defense (CQD) watches. These precisely crafted timepieces feature reliable Japanese quartz movements in rugged water-resistant cases with paracord bands for the ultimate in style and function.
The Stainless Steel model features Miyota quartz movement, mineral glass, Titanium PVD coating, Lume indexed display and is water resistant to 170 ft./52 m. The Zinc Alloy model offers Seiko quartz movement, mineral glass, Titanium PVD coating, Lume indexed display and is water resistant to 100 ft./ 30 m. Both include the proprietary ParaClaw buckle that houses the razor-sharp 1.5-inch stainless steel hawksbill blade that carries discreetly yet can be drawn quickly and easily should a situation arise.
Both of the ParaClaw CQD watch bracelets are hand-tied from black 550 paracord and are available in two sizes. The bracelet has an adjustable loop to fine-tune the fit and a steel T-post for easy attachment. The medium fits a wrist size of 6.25 to 7 inches and the large fits a 7-inch or larger wrist.
The new ParaClaw CQD watches are available at retailers nationwide and conveniently online at www.outdooredge.com.