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Chicago Model 1100 Stainless Steel Handcuffs

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Chicago Model 1100 Stainless Steel Police Handcuffs. The stainless-steel construction of these handcuffs makes them extremely rust resistant. Stainless steel handcuffs can better withstand the elements, making these ideal for patrol officers. Each cuff is serial numbered and comes with two handcuff keys. Handcuffs are double locking, have 23 locking positions and slotted shackles. Inner perimeter measures 5 3/4" to 7 7/8". Weigh 9.2 ounces.
We offer personalized laser etching on handcuffs, leg irons, restraint chains, and padlocks. Please only enter what you would like engraved on this page. Additional instructions can be added at checkout. Personalized handcuff orders normally ship out the same business day if the order is received before 1pm EST.


  • Perfect Gifts

    Posted by Nunez on Jan 17th 2019

    I work on a unit with 6 people and bought all 7 of us an engraved pair for Christmas. Not only were they sturdy as described and beautifully engraved, but they arrived within 3 days at no extra cost! 7 engraved pairs ran me less than $150 and all the guys loved them. More importantly... No more fighting over cuffs lol. Side note: they do come extra oiled up so make sure you give them a good wipe so your first arrestee does slip out haha

  • Unbelievable Value! It's the Steel!

    Posted by Bryan Quinn on Dec 1st 2018

    Most all police dept issue cuffs that Ive seen are S&W or Peerless nickel PLATED for a price of around $50.00 These are STAINLESS STEEL... an upgrade which cannot be over-stated! I have pairs of blued, plated and stainless cuffs all three that I have used almost daily for 24 yrs; with only the stainless pair looking nearly identical to brand-new with virtually NO signs of wear! And for 15 bucks (on sale) these generic, made in Taiwan cuffs craftsmanship & functionality appear commensurate with all competitors. If all major US cities made these cuffs standard issue, the savings realized to their combined cuff budgets (in both new issue as well as repairs/maintenance) would be in the tens, maybe hundreds, of thousands of $!