Single Use Quick Cuff 10 Pack - Cutting Edge Products Inc

Single Use Quick Cuffs 10 Pack

$49.95
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Single Use Quick Cuff 10 Pack - Cutting Edge Products Inc

Single Use Quick Cuffs 10 Pack

$49.95

Single Use Quick Cuffs 10 Pack

$49.95

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Material: Nylon/Polycarbonate
  • Color: White/Blue
  • Opens Approximate: 4.3 inches 0 loop each side
  • Minimum Tensile Lace strength: 200 pounds; Cuff strength: 110 pounds
  • Temperature Range: 14°F to 158°F temperature.
  • Cuff Resists mold, gasoline, lubricants, etc.

CONTENTS

  • Police Force Single Use Quick Cuff 10 Pack
  • Instructions

Though designed for police and security professionals, the compact size and low cost of the Police Force Single-Use Quick Cuffs makes it easy for civilians to keep with them to restrain an attacker who has been immobilized by either a stun gun or pepper spray. Unlike traditional single-use plastic cuffs, you do not need to be concerned about the cuffs cutting into the suspect's wrists. The cord forms two loops and will restrain an individual with just one simple move. It can also secure a suspect to the rail of a stretcher in an ambulance for safer transportation to the hospital.

The proper use of handcuffs should be one of our most important considerations. Proper handcuffing, therefore, means cuffing a subject with his hands behind his back with the palms facing out. The cuffs should be snug (but not so tight that they restrict circulation) and always double-locked. If cuffed improperly, a prisoner could escape and flee, or worse, assault you. Our flex handcuffs open approximately 4.3 inches, 0 loops on each side. The lace has a tensile strength of 200 pounds, the cuffs’ strength is 110 pounds. The cuffs are effective in temperatures from 14o F to 158o F. They also resist mold, gasoline, and lubricants, and they are easy to use. Simply position hands behind the back. Place loops around both wrists. To tighten cuffs, pull the bottom plastic tab while holding the center plastic piece. Be careful not to over-tighten as you can not release the tension without cutting the cuff. To remove, use a knife or scissors to cut the ropes. Also, remember that flex cuffs are designed to be used for only short periods of time and should be placed with a finger between the plastic and the suspect’s wrist to ensure an appropriate fit.

If you wanted to handcuff someone in the 1800s you would use what was called “police nippers” or “come alongs”. These restraints were attached to the wrist of the suspect, the officer then grasped the handle and escorted the prisoner to jail. The “golden age” of handcuffs arrived in the mid-1800s when adjustable wrist bars were invented. Another boom occurred in 1912 when Peerless patented reciprocating cuffs that police could quickly snap on a suspect with a swing-through wrist bar. The two main types of handcuffs are hinged and chained. Hinged cuffs are the most secure because they cut down on an arrestee's movement, making the entire arrest process safer. They are more painful for the suspect and often don't work on larger or more muscular people. Most modern handcuffs are made of steel, adjustable to the wrist size, and equipped with an automatic locking device. There is however one main disadvantage of using metal handcuffs; metal handcuffs can spread disease through reuse (from blood or other bodily fluids that may not have been cleaned off the cuffs).

Disposable handcuffs of nylon and polycarbonate are now available. Polycarbonates (PC) are a group of polymers used in engineering that are strong, tough materials, and some grades are optically transparent. They are easily worked, molded, and thermoformed (heated to a pliable forming temperature, formed to a specific shape in a mold, and trimmed to create a usable product). Their advantage is that a police officer can easily carry several pairs, for example, at the scene of a riot.

There are multiple applications for disposable handcuffs. They are often used in emergency situations or for de-escalation purposes, many educators believe restraints are used to maintain the safety and order of the classroom and students and to restrain people who are suffering from involuntary physical spasms, to prevent them from hurting themselves. On the lighter side, they are also often used by escapologists, illusionists, and stunt performers. Fortunately for us, today there are scores of new and innovative products aimed at keeping officers safe while handling and transporting prisoners. The first piece of equipment all officers have in their arsenal to restrain a suspect (resisting or otherwise) is handcuffs. A traditional form of plastic handcuffs are cable ties, with either two interlocking straps, or a single cable tie around both wrists. More recently, plastics-manufacturing companies have started to produce special devices comprising two interconnected straps as one item. Various innovations on the plastic handcuff theme have been developed, including models which can be released using a regular handcuff key, and extremely lightweight restraints made from nylon cord, using a plastic device to hold the cord tight.

FEATURES

Made from Strong Material: Polycarbonates (PC) are a group of polymers used in engineering that are strong, tough materials, and some grades are optically transparent. They are easily worked, molded, and thermoformed (heated to a pliable forming temperature, formed to a specific shape in a mold, and trimmed to create a usable product). Once these flex cuffs are on, they won't be coming off. Only a pair of scissors or a knife can free a restrained person.

Lightweight: These are ultra-light handcuffs so you can carry as many as you need without discomfort or excess weight. They also take up less space than regular metal police handcuffs.

Disposable: Single-use hand restraints allow the suspect to remain cuffed during the entire booking process and the arresting officer doesn't need to worry about getting their cuffs back, because they're disposable restraints, making them a great choice for law enforcement.

Act Fast: The cord forms two loops and will restrain an individual with just one simple move. You can also secure a suspect to the rail of a stretcher in an ambulance for safer transportation to the hospital. Where it's law enforcement or home protection, these soft handcuffs can get the job done.

Minimum Tensile Lace Strength: 200 pounds; Cuff strength: 110 pounds. Using a novel polymerization process, these quick cuffs are made of a material that is stronger than steel and as light as plastic.

Unpredictable Situations: Whether you're an undercover law enforcement officer or civilian with a need to detain an attacker, these soft hand cuffs are perfect no matter the situation. There's no better option for restraining multiple suspects, making these a perfect addition to your personal defense equipment.

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Returns Policy

At Guardian-Self-Defense.com we are committed to customer satisfaction. We realize that our success depends on a satisfied customer base. That's why we offer our 90 day return policy. Try our products for a full 90 days. If you are not happy or there is a problem please contact us to arrange a replacement or refund. Guardian-Self-Defense.com we will make every to exceed your expectations.

You can request a return authorization (RMA) from us by emailing questions@guardianself-defense.com. In the email describe the issue or problem, include your order number and let us know if you want the product fixed, replaced or if you would prefer a refund.

Many of our products offer manufacture warranties in excess of 90 days.  Please see the following warranty, return policy and tech support information by product line.

Taser Devices
Warranty: 90 Day Warranty
Return Policy: 90 Day Money Back Guarantee
Tech Support: Free Lifetime Phone and E-Mail Support

Spy and Surveillance
Warranty: 90 Day Warranty
Return Policy: 90 Day Money Back Guarantee
Tech Support: Free Lifetime Phone and E-Mail Support

Pepper Spray
Warranty: 3 Year
Return Policy: 90 Day Money Back Guarantee
Tech Support: Free Lifetime Phone and E-Mail Support

Stun Gun
Warranty: Lifetime
Return Policy: 90 Day Money Back Guarantee
Tech Support: Free Lifetime Phone and E-Mail Support

If you have a problem with a product that was purchased more than 90 days ago, please contact us at questions@guardian-self-defense.com. In the email describe the issue or problem and include your order number for repair or replacement of the item.

U.S. State Laws Related to Pepper Spray and Mace

Pepper spray products are legal in every U.S. state, however, there are specific restrictions imposed by a few states that prohibit online purchases. 

Please note: Guardian-Self-Defense.com provides the following for informational purposes only. Laws are subject to change and we do not actively monitor state law changes. If you have any questions or concerns you should contact local law enforcement to determine whether it is legal to possess pepper spray products for self-defense in your area. By purchasing from Guardian-Self-Defense.com you affirm that you are at least 18 years of age. 

ALABAMA: Legal. 

ALASKA: Legal with restrictions. Must be at least 18 years of age to purchase. To possess in a school must be at least 21 years old or obtain special permission. See Sections 11.81.900(a), 11.61.210(a)(6) 

ARIZONA: Legal. Does not appear to have a statute specific to the use of pepper spray or mace for self defense

ARKANSAS: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal, as long as, the canister size is no larger than 150 cc or 5.07 ounces. . See Section 5-73-124.

CALIFORNIA: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal, as long as, the canister size is no larger than 2.5 ounces. Sales to minors are prohibited. See Section 12403.7.

COLORADO: Legal. 

CONNECTICUT: Legal.

DELAWARE: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal as long as you are not a minor. See Title 11, Section 222(7).

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal. See Section 6-2322 et seq.

FLORIDA: Legal. See Section 790.001

GEORGIA: Legal.

HAWAII: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal for use by persons 18 and over. 

ILLINOIS: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal for use by persons 18 and over.  See Section 720 ILCS5/24-1.

IDAHO: Legal.

INDIANA: Legal.

IOWA: Legal. 

KANSAS: Legal.

KENTUCKY: Legal. 

LOUISIANA: Legal. 

MAINE: Legal.

MARYLAND: Legal. See Section 36.

MASSACHUSETTS: Online sales to MA residents is prohibited. Legal with restrictions. Residents must purchase from a licensed firearms dealer in that state. See Chapter 140, Section 121, et seq. 

MICHIGAN: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal for use by persons 18 and over. OC concentration must not exceed 10%. See Section 750.224d.

MINNESOTA: Legal. See Section 624.731.

MISSISSIPPI: Legal. 

MISSOURI: Legal. See Section 571.010 (8). 

MONTANA: Legal. 

NEBRASKA: Legal.

NEW HAMPSHIRE: Legal. 

NEW MEXICO: Legal.

NEVADA: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal for use by persons 18 and over. No sales to minors or felons.  Tear gas must be 2 ounces or less.

NEW JERSEY: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal for use by persons 18 and over. No sales to minors or felons. See Section 2C:396i.

NEW YORK: Online sales to NY residents is prohibited. Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal for use by persons 18 and over. No sales to minors or felons. Residents must purchase from a licensed firearms dealer or licensed Pharmacists in that state. See Section 265.25(14) and (15).

NORTH CAROLINA: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal for non-felons. See Section 14-401.6.

NORTH DAKOTA: Legal. 

OHIO: Legal. 

OKLAHOMA: Legal. 

OREGON: Legal. 

PENNSYLVANIA: Legal.

RHODE ISLAND: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal for use by persons 18 and over. See Section 11-47-57.

SOUTH CAROLINA: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal for use by persons 18 and over. See Section 16-23-470.

SOUTH DAKOTA: Legal. 

TENNESSEE: Legal. 

TEXAS: Legal. See Section 46.01 (14). 

UTAH: Legal. 

VERMONT: Legal. 

VIRGINIA: Legal.

WASHINGTON STATE: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal for use by persons 18 and over. See Section 9.91.160.

WEST VIRGINIA: Legal.

WISCONSIN: Legal with restrictions. Pepper spray or mace for self-defense appears to be legal for use. Tear gas is prohibited. Maximum OC concentration of 10%. See Section 941.26 and Justice Regulations 14.01 et seq.

WYOMING: Legal.

U.S. State Laws Related Stun Guns and Taser Devices

Please note: Guardian-Self-Defense.com provides the following for informational purposes only. Laws are subject to change and we do not actively monitor state law changes. If you have any questions or concerns you should contact local law enforcement to determine whether it is legal to possess stun devices for self-defense in your area. By purchasing from Guardian-Self-Defense.com you affirm that you are at least 18 years of age. 

Stun guns and taser devices are legal in most U.S. States. Stun guns and taser devices are illegal and prohibited in the following U.S. States:

HAWAII

ILLINOIS

MASSACHUSETTS

MICHIGAN

NEW JERSEY

NEW YORK

RHODE ISLAND

WISCONSIN

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