Posted by Unknown on 3rd Dec 2015
I've been using the Piranha's with thin paracord, and they are excellent. It takes all but a minute to learn how to tie the cord, and it's fun to figure out new ways.
Highly recommended, and I'll be getting more of them.
Posted by LAEd on 17th Oct 2015
I carry these around in my car and truck, they are excellent for tying down large purchases from Do it yourself enough stores and the like.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Jan 2015
I got these steel Piranhas after I bought some Fishbones.
The smooth finish on both models is noted. No rough edges.
Their design is better than the fishbone, and more useful as demonstrated in videos. I am using both types on tarps covering my wood piles in the garden.
Also useful as an EDC keychain tool.
The reflective 550 Paracord bought with my Piranhas is excellent quality, better than from my local sports shop.
I await the Diesel version fishbone later this year.
Posted by Euroka on 24th Jul 2014
I was looking around for rope grips for a tarpaulin... I saw the Fishbone Piranha in the images search and went "what a great idea!" So I ordered 4... BIG mistake! I should have ordered 24! These little beauties are so useful. Joining paracord, tie downs, guy rope strainers, the list keeps going! My 2nd order will be placed and will include the snappers as well.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Jun 2014
I bought the 4 pack stainless piranha and they work great and you can use them for all sorts of work and outdoor projects from hanging a hammock to a tent to a simple tie for quick storage and release. These really hold onto your paracord or rope and they are so simple to use. I carve walking sticks and staffs and since I often use paracord for the lanyard I try to attach them to the cord for function and looks. Well I could go on but I don't want to ramble. Thanks again Joe
Posted by Unknown on 28th Apr 2014
I got these in a good time and started playing with them as soon as I got them, i started wrapping paracord and applying pressure to see what they could do and they are awesome. I strongly suggest getting these.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Dec 2013
I love these things, they are awesome for use anywhere you would normally put a knot (so long as its not load bearing). I love how fast, easy, and secure they are. The only complaint I have is that I just looked at the price while writing this review and I wish I would have waited to buy them now instead of before :P
Posted by Stefano Driussi on 17th Sep 2013
Definitely bigger than the original FishBone, these piranhas are great in terms of versatility and strenght. They feel almost indistructible (although one should not rely on them for climbing !) and they double as bottle openers :)
One can easily become your next keychain and if you wrap around some meat (actually ... paracord) you have everything you need.
Maybe you won't need all of them, or maybe yes, it depends (you can always keep some and gift the others)
Oh and don't forget you get the free 50' paracord with this set: belive me, 50' .... is a lot of rope :)
Posted by Jarod on 16th Aug 2013
I used the cord to make a tire tread bracelet and attached the piranha to it. Now I have one no matter where I go. Love my piranhas.
Four of a kind: A set of four (4) Piranhas in 304 Stainless Steel. Plus 50’ of paracord (Type III)
It is bigger and stronger than Fish Bone but smaller/compact to the Snapper and chews through bottle caps too!
A no knots cord tightener specifically designed for paracord and any rope or cord 5/32" and below.
No serrated edges.
The fish eye doubles as a quick release.
Form: Approximate Measurements: 2 1/4" x 1" x 1/4"
Function: Easy to set up and even easier to undo.
The smooth edges keep it from catching on other gear while in use. It can be used "in line", "in loop", "quick release" or however else you can think of.
A few simple wraps does all the work.
This item includes: four (4) Piranha in 304 Stainless Steel with 50' paracord (Type III)
WARNING: Fish Bone products are not intended for climbing or load bearing applications where failure would cause damage or injury.