Watch for this 'Tiny Inconspicuous' cuff key
I’ve posted a fairly wide assortment of concealable handcuff keys in this space in the past half-decade. Most recently, I advised about the cuff key concealed in a ring, and prior to that I’ve looked at zipper-pull cuff keys, cuff keys hidden in different types of bracelets, and even cufflink cuff keys.
Today, I want to let you know about the Tiny Inconspicuous Handcuff Key — the TIHK, for short — which is now available for purchase on the Internet. It’s a “patent pending handcuff key that utilizes an integrated clip for easy attachment to your clothing so it is ready when needed,” according to the TIHK website.
The “low-profile design and low-visibility coating ensure that it can be carried inconspicuously,” and it allegedly will “fit all standard ‘peerless’ single and double-lock handcuffs.”
I first learned about this particular handcuff key back in July (perhaps it was August) of 2013. At the time, the company was seeking crowd-sourced funding (via a website called IndieGoGo) in order to raise the money necessary to bring the product to market — it was not yet available for purchase.