These ranger pace counter beads are a simple and effective way of counting paces and distances travelled.
Developed by Army Rangers they are constructed with paracord and 13 beads that are split into 9 beads and 4 bead sections to easily track up to 5000 paces at a time.
Used by the military, they are also ideal for any outdoor activity when you need a reliable way of keeping track of distances covered without relying on GPS or electronics.
- Ranger pace counter beads
- 13 black beads split into 9 and 4 bead sections
- Pace up to 5000 paces at a time
- Can be attached to webbing and packs
- Olive Green Paracord
All orders placed before 2pm on Monday to Friday are dispatched the same day, subject to availability.
Orders placed after 2pm on a weekday will be sent out the next working day.
When your order has been dispatched you will receive an email letting you know and this will also include any tracking numbers, if applicable.
For all UK orders we offer FREE standard delivery usually via Royal Mail. This service normally delivers in 2-5 days.Next Working Day Delivery
Next working day delivery is available for orders placed before 2pm from Monday to Friday. Friday orders will arrive on the following Monday - not Saturday.
Orders placed after 2pm will be dispatched the next working day. On a Friday this means the order will be dispatched on the following Monday for a Tuesday delivery.
Note: No orders are dispatched on Weekends or Bank Holidays.
As customers ourselves we know that being able to return items for any reason is very important.
We therefore offer a 60-day returns policy which means you can return your items for a full refund (or exchange) within 60 days of receipt.For full details, please see our Returns Policy.
Good quality. Good price. Quick delivery. Recommended.
Useful where calculating and keeping notice of your distance covered while moving over terrain. Issued to US Army Rangers and other SF US forces as standard item, is a version of these pace counter beads. (Someone once told me these were adopted by US soldiers from indigenous American Indians tribes, who used such a distance counting device over long distances covered. I've never been able to verify this for sure, but am aware other Amerindians tribes like the Incas used also simple knotted counting cords devices.)
Good quality and fast delivery
gleaming, arrived within a few days of ordering
This is a decent product at a reasonable price. It is quite long however (about 45cm) so will have to make some adjustments to ensure it works with my kit, will be fine after 5 mins of tinkering, and definitely better this way than too short!