Smith & Wesson Model 1-1 universal double locking satin nickel handcuffs, 2 keys included. Push-pin double lock design. Smith & Wesson universal handcuffs work well for most wrist sizes. These handcuffs open 25% larger for big wrists and close 25% smaller for thin wrists. An oversized handcuff case is required for these handcuffs. Includes Smith & Wesson's lifetime warranty and instructions.
- Wrist Opening: 2.40"
- Locking Positions: 30
- First notch inside perimeter: 9.40"
- Last notch inside perimeter: 5.80"
- Tightest inside width: 1.60"
- Distance between cuffs: 2.00"
- Maximum overall length: 9.85"
- Weight: 12 ounces
-Smith & Wesson Part #: 350132
Smith & Wesson Model 1 Chain Handcuff Nomenclature
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Best cuffs for the field. Converted a lot of people into useing the smith 1-1 Great Cuffs
Really like the oversized Cuffs, April 25, 2017 By Jim (Greensburg, PA)
These are really nice for oversized wrists as well as normal size. Much easier to apply and clinch. I carry these in addition to normal size cuffs. Only wish they had a better selection of oversized cases.
What I was looking for., March 6, 2017 By Daniel S. (Houston, TX)(Verified)
I had spent a while looking for a pair of S&W Model 1 Handcuffs, but looking locally as well as online at other sights I couldn't find them. Some other sights would tell you that they are Model 1's but the pictures wouldn't be them or the seller wasn't fully trustworthy in my opinion. Here, the description and pictures matched. When I got them, I couldn't have been more happy with them.
The Model 1's may be a bit larger in profile then others, but they make up for it in being able to fit around larger wrists. I've also found that they will fit snugly around a jacketed arm. The double lock is a push in pen on the side of the cuff, rather then a shifting pen on the face of it. I find this easier to quickly engage then the slide method of the others.
I am very pleased with these handcuffs.
Nice, January 1, 2017 By Anonymous (AZ)
Very good quality and fits almost any hand size cannot go wrong with S&W cuffs.
Restraint, November 26, 2016 By Anonymous (Rochester, NY)(Verified)
These handcuffs allow for a larger and smaller wrist opening compared to other handcuffs. Free personalization is a good touch.
Great cuffs, July 17, 2016 By Anonymous (Denver, CO)
These cuffs are great because they initially get the first click larger then standard cuffs and reach the last click smaller then standard cuffs. The double lock button is on the side, unlike the other Smith & Wesson cuffs, which use a slide style double lock. Only downside is they are more difficult to fit in a standard cuff case; possible, but more difficult.
Good cuffs, June 20, 2016 By Anonymous (Saint Louis, MO)
Oversized for any fit, a little weight to the arms, so it makes it very easy to speed cuff, swings shut over the wrist everytime.
Quality Universal Handcuffs, March 8, 2016 By Ernest Williams (Phoenix, AZ)
I like to buy quality. I own a pair of quality Smith & Wesson universal handcuffs. It is not easy to find and buy quality things nowadays. I work armed security, and these handcuffs are a good addition to my duty belt. If you want quality handcuffs, buy from Handcuff Warehouse.
Always solid, December 30, 2015 By Sgt. Harry Moore (Palmer, AK)
S&W Handcuffs are always reliable, strong and efficient. This model allows for oversize wrists and small wrists. I recommend officers always have at least one pair on them at all times.
Great Cuffs, December 30, 2015 By Anonymous (Ridley Park, PA)
By far the best handcuffs. They are great for the person who has a bigger wrist and also close tighter for the person with the smaller wrist. I recommend these cuffs to all new officers.