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A paracord survival bracelet with a hidden handcuff key.

Update: That link is working some times but not others. So, you can also see it (and buy it) here.

9 Responses to “Innovative”

  1. Nolan Says:

    Neat! I just wish it came in more sizes.

  2. Cargosquid Says:

    Neat gimmick. Of course everyone knows now and the first thing that they take from Mitnick will be the bracelet…..

  3. Gladorn Says:

    OK, is it just me or do the dimensions of the key look off?

    About 8 years ago there was a flat handcuff key being sold. The concept was that it could be taped to the back of a watch or belt buckle and then broken apart to unlock a set of handcuffs. I got one and I was unable to get it to fit into any sets of handcuffs due to the flat design. It caught up against the pin and would not enter the keyhole properly.

    I like the concept, I just wonder if it works properly or if it is just for show. Obviously, I’ll probably end up buying one or two just to play with them.

  4. Bryan S. Says:

    I cant tell from the pics, but do you have to snap it off to use it?

  5. TomcatTCH Says:

    It’s a secret on the internet.


  6. divemedic Says:

    and a third degree felony in Florida, to boot.
    843.021 Unlawful possession of a concealed handcuff key.—
    (c) “Concealed handcuff key” means any handcuff key carried by a person in a manner that indicates an intent to prevent discovery of the key by a law enforcement officer, including, but not limited to, a handcuff key carried:
    1. In a pocket of a piece of clothing of a person, and unconnected to any key ring;
    2. On a necklace of a person;
    3. On the body part of a person or on any item of clothing of such person, when the handcuff key is secured on the body part or item of clothing by use of tape, glue, line, or other material;
    4. In or within any compartment, seam, fold, or other encasement within any item of clothing, belt, shoe, or jewelry of a person;
    5. In or within any sock, hose, shoe, belt, undergarment, glove, hat, or similar item of clothing or accessory of a person;
    6. By a person and disguised as jewelry or other object; or
    7. In or within any body cavity of a person.
    (2) Any person who possesses a concealed handcuff key commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.

  7. Robert Says:

    Beat me to it divemedic. It’s illegal in a number of states.

  8. Jeff Says:

    I was going to say what divemedic said: this looks like one of those things that some jurisdictions consider crime implementation tools. One of those laws you don’t even know about that makes bad case law and further promotes the handcuff key company.

  9. Lesane Says:

    We got a Law Enforcement bulletin about these at work about 10 months ago. I saw it and wanted one, and honestly couldn’t find them online.