Tiny Inconspicuous Handcuff Key has just launched the newest iteration of their flagship concealable handcuff key, the HK2. The HK2 is a near-universal handcuff key designed to be worn inconspicuously on one’s person. It features a integrated clip to attach to a belt loop or other article of clothing, with two small teeth to further improve retention. The HK2 is also designed to work more smoothly in a larger variety of handcuffs when compared to the original TIHK.
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The folks over at Tiny Inconspicuous Handcuff Key have developed what they call the EvadeClip, intended as an all-in-one solution for escape, evasion, and survival in an urban environment. The EvadeClip features an integrated clip for attachment to one’s person, and consists of a stainless steel mini saw, carbide grit rod saw, and stainless steel 3-piece lock pick set.
Last August, we wrote about a product called the Tiny Inconspicuous Handcuff Key. Originally, it was featured on Indiegogo as a crowdfunding project. Now, it’s fully available as a commercial product from an official website. Click the image above to see a .gif of the TIHK in action.
The TIHK, or Tiny Inconspicuous Handcuff Key, is exactly what the name implies, a small handcuff key designed to be hidden on one’s person. The TIHK features an attachment clip, minimal form factor, and a non-reflective matte coating to insure it remains undetected when detained. The key is designed to fit all standard “peerless” single and double-lock handcuffs.