10+ Handcuff Training Tools

By NinjaSpy
In Featured Gadgets
Jan 26th

Whether you are worried about unlawful detainment or are a cop in training, learning how to get out of handcuffs or applying them is wise. These 10+ handcuff training tools let you do just that:

ITS Tactical Urban Kit: a pocket sized escape and evasion kit. Lets you saw, cut, and unlock your way to safety.

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Chicago Cutaway Handcuff: has a plexiglass cover to let you see how handcuffs work. Works with all standard keys.

Simulaids Handcuffing Police Training Manikin: has soft arm parts to make handcuffing from behind the back possible The manikin weighs 165lbs.

ASP Hinged Training Handcuff: designed for restraint training. Students only need to roll their wrist to release them. In doubled locked mode, cuffs can only be removed with a key.

Shomer-Tec Escape Ring: can open single-locked handcuffs and cut zip ties and rope.


TIHK Handcuff Key: a tiny inconspicuous key that attaches to your clothing with its clip. It is made for trained law enforcement, military, and security professionals.


Undetectable Universal Handcuff Key: it can open main and secondary locks. It is designed for the US Special Forces and elite federal law enforcement unit.

DSG Labs Micro Escape Tool: a handcuff pick with built-in saw teeth. It weighs only 0.01z.

Survival Solutions Tactical Anti-Kidnapping Kit: lets you carry escape tools in your watch band. You will be able to escape from rope, duct tape, zip ties, and handcuffs.

5ive Star Gear Boot Lace Handcuff Key: made for elite units whose members are at high risk of being taken captive. Has a blackened brass construction and fits all standard boot laces.

Escape Stick: a miniature escape tool with a rod saw that can cut metal, plastic, and wood. A handcuff key is integrated onto it.

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