TIHK HK2 – Tiny Inconspicuous Handcuff Key

Whether you brought home the wrong girl, have been wrongly imprisoned or a budding magician, the new and improved TIHK or the Tiny Inconspicuous Handcuff Key, is exactly as it sounds, a tiny key to unlock most pairs of handcuffs and is the ultimate everyday carry and survival tool.

TIHK was born in 2013 from the desire to help citizens protect themselves from those who would unlawfully infringe upon one’s life, liberty, and property. Their Urban survival products are designed to assist consumers survive in this unpredictable world. Ranging from devices that can help you escape from zip ties, pick a lock, and even saw through rope, TIHK joins the family of products that can help you get out of a sticky situation fast.

This tiny tool measuring in at just 20mm long is not only lightweight but also namely inconspicuous with its stealth matte contours. The clever integral clip also keeps the product attached to your belt loop or other parts of your clothing for ease of access. Best of all, the key is sized to address the common Peerless style handcuff lock produced by many manufacturers which gives this some universality.

We did try it on some handcuffs we had “lying” around the office, albeit, pink and fluffy but nonetheless, the key managed to open them successfully every time. Our only reservation is what happens when you lose or misplace the key and really need it? It is very tiny and although it clips on to most belts or pants, we didn’t always remember to attach it when we changed our items of clothing.

The Tiny Inconspicuous Handcuff Key does work and work well, could it save your life one day – maybe. As with any product of this nature, it is better to have it around than not and at just $12, it is a convenient tool to have.

Check it out at http://www.tihk.co

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