-Hiatt Model UL5 Ultimate Handcuffs replace Safariland 8142-1-2
-Snaps rigid when drawn and conveniently folds after use
-Top quality, heavy duty, steel construction
-Hinge design that can opened and locked, creating a solid bar rigid design for added power and control
-18 tooth, 3-retaining-bar system for uncompromising security
-Positive swing-through action, built-in backloading for fast cuffing
-Weigh 16 oz, 2 keys included
Usually ships the same business day.
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Love these cuffs, September 30, 2018 By Jeremy (Clarendon, AR)
My wife bought me a pair of these some years back and I use them daily, haven't failed me yet. So when I found them on handcuff warehouse it was a no brainier, so I bought her a pair and they work great. And I might add I got them alot cheaper than she did when she bought mine.
Almost Medieval, November 8, 2017 By Bruce (SALT LAKE CITY, UT)(Verified)
Not for everybody; definitely for me. They are BIG, both in thickness and spread, and will not fit into a standard handcuff case (some double cases work). If you have large hands, these are excellent cuffs... you get a good, solid grip on them and you can grab hold hard, without the sides of your hands pushing into the wrist area. TOTAL control over your prisoner, even with just one cuff on. (If you have less than a "large" glove size, you will probably find these too clumsy to use; you'd be better off with the Hiatt hinged cuff).
The rigid design takes some getting used to, even if you are used to hinged cuffs. Quick to learn, though. Speedcuffing is a breeze.
Standard Hiatt features, preloadable with a triple row of teeth (6 each; total 18) that makes picking them open with paperclips, etc, almost impossible. When they are on, they stay on. Easy push pin double-lock.
Partner and I checked them out in detail; what we found are they are very intimidating... the thickness, spacing between wrists, weight and rigid nature make them feel like you've been locked in Medieval irons. If a prisoner is used to chain cuffsthis can be quite a shockdefinitely a "WTF" moment.
Only problem is that they do bite in to the wrists a bit, like all rigid cuffs. Best if applied snug, so the wrists cannot rotatemost wrist damage occurs when the wrists twist in the cuff.
They easily flick open and lock into rigid position. Handcuff key required to fold them back (though a bit difficult to operate the fold mechanismonly works with key inserted one way).
Once you get used to them, they easily become a favorite. They definitely have for me.
Solid Surprise, September 17, 2017 By Jake (atlanta, GA)
Been waiting on these to get back in stock for awhile, finally saw they were available so went for it. So far so Good. They look good, solidly built. fold and store easily. Not the slimmest cuffs out there ( compared to S&W black ) but not super bulky either. Great for speed cuffing, and easy to double lock, just push pin, and go. A little pricey, but i get it.