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Peerless Model 801C Hinged Nickel Handcuffs

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Peerless® Model 801 Hinged Handcuffs provide additional restraint by more effectively restricting hand and arm movements. The Model 801 Handcuff features all steel construction, spun rivets, machined edges and smooth single strand action. Peerless hinged handcuffs have the ability to fold flat for compact storage. It has a 10% larger inside perimeter then the Model 700. The Model 801 handcuff has been approved by the National Institute of Justice. Lifetime warranty for manufacturing defects and two keys supplied. NSN: 8465-01-515-3151 and 8465-01-446-8621.

  • Weight: 12 oz.
  • Material/Finish: Carbon Steel/Nickel
  • Minimum opening: 56 mm/2.2 inches
  • Minimum inside perimeter: 163 mm/6.4 inches
  • Maximum inside perimeter: 231 mm/9.1 inches
  • Maximum overall length: 216 mm/8.5 inches
We are proud to offer free handcuff engraving on Peerless handcuffs. Engraving your name, ID, department or a combination of identifiers will undoubtedly ensure your handcuffs don’t get “lost” or stolen. Handcuffs are known to walk off during prisoner transfers, booking and in multiple arrest scenarios. We will engrave your handcuffs for free. Never lose your cuffs again! Simply enter what you would like engraved on this page or in the special instructions in the checkout page. These nickel-plated Peerless handcuffs engrave nicely with dark letters against the shiny nickel finish. Personalized handcuff orders normally ship out the same business day if the order is received before 1pm EST.


  • Get the Nickel

    Posted by Justin on Dec 2nd 2020

    I've had two sets of these cuffs and they work great. Just make sure you get the nickel finish. I've had the black ones and they rusted up really quick.

  • Larger than expected

    Posted by Aaron H. on Aug 26th 2020

    These handcuffs function great and feel very heavy duty. If you are used to Smith and Wesson handcuffs you will learn real quick that these are considerably bulkier. This is good in that they allow the cuff to open wider, thus fitting larger wrists. The bad is of course that they’re larger and heavier. Another thing is that since these cuffs over two hinges instead of three (S&W, Hiatt etc) they can torque at the hinge. This allows the cuffs to be slightly more flexible than the aforementioned competitor handcuffs, but at the cost of rigidity. Because of all these factors, I carry both S&W and Peerless hinged cuffs. One for small people, one for larger people.