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Stainless steel handcuffs for training

We are one of the few manufacturers that make full stainless steel handcuffs in accordance with PN-EN 10088-1 standard. No galvanic layer is plated (Ni, Zn). Production is in accordance with EU Directive 76/769/EEC-94/27/EEC and following its Polish Ordinance (under work) about not using nickel layers in products that have contact with skin. Stainless steel is hypoalergic and highly durable.

Stainless steel handcuffs for training differ from regular models because they can be opened without a key, only by pulling tang located next to the keypost.

Construction details:

Our handcuffs has following charasteristics:

  1. They enable easy, fast and efficient cuffing.
  2. They enable the cuffed person to liberate himself by pulling release tang.
  3. They are made of two identical strands connected with a curb chain attached to rotating swivels.
  4. The construction consists of steel shackles with backstop clamp mechanizm and swinging single strand.
  5. Blocking mechanizm is in both cases, which allows to block the ratchet in every position not pressing the cuffed person too much and additionaly locking the cuffs – double lock tip on the key locks the cuffs and turnig the key in the keypost releases the cuffs.
  6. Its construction, when used properly, does not cause abrasion or injury.


  1. Handcuffs are made of stainless steel that is not toxic to human organism, there are no galvanic layers on the strands.
  2. Weight: 360 g.

Resistance characteristics:


  1. Handcuffs are resistant to static tearing force measuring up to 2300N (force applied to the one clamp, the other clamp fixed). After the test handcuffs remain usable.
  2. Handcuffs are resitant to static bending force measuring 500N (clamp fixed on the swivel side, force applied vertically to the surface of the clamp on the other extremity) The force is not causing permanent deformation.

In 2011 the Military Centre for Standarization, Quality and Codification provided us with NATO Comercial and Goverment Entity Code NCAGE: 2034H.

We were given a NATO Stock Number – NSN - for our ratched handcuffs.