The Micro-Clip Handcuff Key features an integrated clip that allows it to securely affix to clothing. Discreet placement options include a belt loop, cuff of a long-sleeve shirt, waistband of pants or underwear, top of the sock, etc. Its minuscule size and low-profile design make detection extremely unlikely, yet it’s always accessible when required.
Size: 0.80” x 0.29” x 0.18” Weight: 0.01 oz. Clip portion is designed to flex a maximum of 20 degrees. Made in USA.
The Escape Capsule can enable escape from restraints during the immediate aftermath of an abduction or unlawful custody. These tiny “hidden in plain sight” devices look identical to common vitamin capsules, and so have a good chance of avoiding detection and confiscation by captors.
These could be valuable tools for operatives or even civilians in hostile environments in which escape from unlawful captivity could be a necessary survival option. Completely non-metallic. Capsule colors will vary. Do not expose to moisture, humidity or extreme heat. Made in the USA
Escape Capsules should never be swallowed, ingested or otherwise introduced into the body.
Just pull this tiny capsule apart and a handcuff key suddenly is in your hand! Size: 0.76” length x 0.26“ diameter. Weight: 0.01 oz. These are the smallest handcuff keys on the market!!
Covert Hand Cuff Key: This is one of the best hide-out handcuff key available. Constructed of a special durable composite, this universal key can be there for you when you need it most. Tiny, lightweight and non-metallic, it can be hidden on or about your body or clothing so that it can not be easily detected, yet be ready for your use if needed.
The design features a lanyard hole so that it can be sewn into or suspended in your clothing or gear. A must-have item for anyone working undercover or operating in a hostile environment. Color: black. Size: 0.5″ x 0.8″. Weight: 0.014 oz. Made in the U.S.A.
Handcuff and lock shims, keys or picks are only to be used to escape unlawful custody, and in accordance with federal, state and local laws. It is up to you to follow your jurisdictions applicable laws.