Tactical Escape Necklace

$99.00

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Description

This is a covert necklace designed to use as a friction saw to cut through non-metallic restraints when restrained to the front.

There is no preparation required so it can be deployed in seconds.

The necklace also features a Tungsten Carbide micro disc for breaking tempered glass windows (car side windows) that is concealed inside the plastic breakaway connector until you need it.

To deploy you pull on the cord either side of the breakaway connector to disconnect.

Simply pull the plastic female part down the cord and past the first cutting knot while holding onto the micro Tungsten Carbide disc.

Then wrap the cord around your hand and leave about 12 inches of cord hanging free with the disc on the end. Swing the disc towards the glass – very little force is required as the mineral hardness of the disc is (9.5 MOHS) which is greater than glass (will punch a hole in a glass bottle!).

You can use this to escape from a car or rescue persons from a car (the friction saw will also cut seat-belts)

The silicone retainers are fitted as standard and can be used to carry various tools such as the shims, keys and mini chemical light sticks.

Designed for easy concealment and carry to allow for rapid deployment and immediate use (front or rear) without preparation so it can be used during transport when being moved from either the primary crime scene to a secondary crime scene or from one point of internment to another.

The necklace can also function as a garrotte. In addition, there is a mini handcuff key to counter detainment as well as a handcuff shim for escape.

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