Wednesday, November 21, 2012
This item was developed for a "leading federal law enforcement agency" as stated on the website. For reason's to disguise a handcuff key that would most likely make it through an initial search. Since today wearing bracelets of this sort is popular among males and females it wouldn't get a second glance.
The appearance resembles that of a "gummy" bracelet. Because it is worn on the wrist it can be easily deployed while cuffed with your hands in a behind-the-back position.
In use the bracelet can be snatched off allowing the handcuff key portion to be used. The bracelet can be cut down to fit a variety of wrist sizes. The other benefit is that the key cannot be seen while the bracelet is being worn.
The bracelet's come in three colors: red, blue, and black (as seen above). The bracelet retails for $10 and can be purchased here. It's a cheap piece of insurance that can be worn at all times.
We will be giving one of these away on December 1st to one of our YouTube Subscribers/Twitter Followers. You must be subscribed to both for a chance to win!
Check out this article from Neil Strauss the author of Emergency- Handcuff keys as survival gear