TIHK Tiny Inconspicuous Handcuff Key

Feb 18, 2014

Category: Gear

So that last session with Mistress Madeline didn’t go quite as smoothly as you hoped, and after she helped herself to your chips and hummus (and the contents of your wallet), she left you on the floor in handcuffs. Now if you had the TIHK handcuff key, you’d be saying “Hold on a minute, Mistress,” and enjoying your own delicious hummus, because this tiny little tool, while intended for use by trained law enforcement, military and security professionals, can get anyone out of any standard “peerless” single and double-lock handcuffs.

The integrated clip easily goes on your jeans’ belt loop, and its low-visibility coating means Madeline won’t notice it as she’s paddling your stealthy ass. Again, note this warning from the makers: “TIHK is to only be used to counter illegal detainment and in accordance with all local, state and federal laws by trained law enforcement, military and security professionals. Improper use by civilians is not endorsed or encouraged.” Notice they said nothing about escaping from domnatrixes there. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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