Gear: Peerless Handcuffs Model 700

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Peerless Handcuffs Model 700

Peerless
Category: Officer Safety Products
Subcategory: Restraints
Price: $29.00
Average Rating:
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(22 Votes)
Description:

The Peerless® chain link handcuff has a new design! The Model 700 now incorporates spun rivet construction for increased strength and durability. Smooth single strand action allows for fast and efficient cuffing. The profiled edges minimize the risk of tissue and nerve injury. The Model 700 has been approved by the National Institute of Justice. It comes with a lifetime warranty for manufacture defects. Two keys supplied. Weight: 10 oz. Material/Finish: Carbon Steel/Nickel Minimum opening: 51 mm/2 inches Minimum inside perimeter: 150 mm/5.9 inches Maximum inside perimeter: 211 mm/8.3 inches Maximum overall length: 236 mm/9.3 inches

Member Reviews

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    abc12345, Sat, 15 Mar 2008 04:13:09 UTC.
    1st review

    I carry these cuffs and I love them. Very high quality and very durable. I highly recommend

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    Ltmaks, Mon, 07 Apr 2008 14:18:30 UTC.

    Excellent cuffs, have never had a problem and the only brand that I carry. User friendly compared to some other brands/models. Wouldn't change if you gave me another kind.

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    larryt700, Wed, 16 Apr 2008 09:21:25 UTC.

    Mine simply broke... I went to use them and the latching mechanism, which looks like an L and is inside the cuff locking mechanism itself, broke right in half. I was shocked because the ratcheting mechanism was simply non-existent. The hook just swung back and forth like a grandfather clock on crack. So, I had to reach into my back pocket and pull out my Smith and Wesson cuffs in order to save embarrasment by asking my partner for his. I have never in my 15 years of law enforcement had this happen to me. My wife sent the broken cuffs to Peerless for repair but it will be a very long time before they find their way back into my duty pouch again.

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    hpd350, Mon, 09 Jun 2008 14:33:20 UTC.

    I really enjoyed using these cuffs. I never had anything go wrong with them. I did switch over to a Winchester brand of cuffs because they were made a little stronger.

    Favorite saying - They are new cuffs, keep pulling on them and they will stretch out a little.

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    cgingo, Tue, 17 Jun 2008 13:15:21 UTC.

    Been carrying them for years.

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    Anonymous, Thu, 19 Jun 2008 19:03:54 UTC.

    Not as good as my Peerless hinged cufss but, great gear non-the-less.I trust them.

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    Anonymous, Thu, 19 Jun 2008 19:06:10 UTC.

    There nice but I carry hinge cuffs.

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    bmo0522, Mon, 23 Jun 2008 02:32:55 UTC.

    These cuffs are much more suited for the average female offender. I like the fact that they lock on a lot smaller wrist than my Hiatt Hinge cuffs, which I use for the average male.

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    Posse44, Mon, 30 Jun 2008 03:20:49 UTC.

    Great set of cuffs, they have never failed me.

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    Anonymous, Sat, 19 Jul 2008 20:04:46 UTC.

    These have been my trusted friends for the bad guys since 1979!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    GunslingerGonzales, Sat, 06 Sep 2008 13:23:39 UTC.

    My trusted cuffs, I keep 2 sets on me on duty and 1 set off.

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    tc_holstead, Fri, 26 Sep 2008 04:57:02 UTC.

    I have been in law enforcement 13+ years and have always trusted Peerless cuffs. I keep two pai on me at all times on duty.

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    Anonymous, Tue, 04 Nov 2008 10:41:40 UTC.

    Durable

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    justin_young, Wed, 14 Jan 2009 06:52:53 UTC.

    While I was in POST one of my fellow cadets and I were in ACT (arrest control technique) class. After he cuffed me, he released one wrist and went to release the other and the locking mechinism broke inside the cuff and it would not come off. We had two options, use a jewelry cutter from the corrections facility we were at and bolt cutters being as how the bolt cutters were the first to get to the classroom we used them. It took about 45 minutes to get the cuff off my wrist which caused quite a bit of discomfort. But hey the show must go on. I will give the peerless some credit however, the only reason it took 45 minutes to get them off is because the cuffs were made out of some pretty good metal.

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    raiders1988, Wed, 14 Jan 2009 23:53:02 UTC.

    I own one pair of the 700 model the only bad thing my work only allws me to use 100 models lame huh

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    ANY6, Thu, 15 Jan 2009 00:33:51 UTC.

    YES

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    OfficerWard, Mon, 16 Feb 2009 15:40:03 UTC.

    I've been carrying Peerless since I was in the academy. (14 years now). I recently tried to switch to the ASP cuffs everyone's raving about and just couldn't deal with them. I'm sure it's all about being in a comfort zone with what youre used to....so in less than a month I switched right back to my trusty Peerless sets.

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    JDLDAL, Thu, 19 Feb 2009 04:52:49 UTC.

    I LIKE THE PEERLESS CUFF BECAUSE THEY ARE EASIER TO DOUBLE LOCK AND THEY LAST AS LONG AS ANY OF THE OTHER CUFFS THEY ARE DURABLE .

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    embassy92, Sat, 14 Mar 2009 02:43:27 UTC.

    I have had mine for about 3 months and they just broke tonight! The spring broke inside so the one side just swings and doesnt ratchet.

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    cryshalsing, Thu, 21 May 2009 15:23:11 UTC.

    I've been carrying my Peerless Cuffs since 1998. Never had a problem with them, even after they'd received some pretty abusive treatment. I will actually be adding another set to my belt soon. I especially like the rounded edges on the interior of the cuffs to reduce injury/soft tissue damage. I don't carry anything else.

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    Chad4196, Thu, 14 Jan 2010 22:07:07 UTC.

    These are definitely strong, durable cuffs, but they take forever to break in. I’ve had mine for about a year now and they’re still as stiff as the day I bought them.

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    LP607, Sat, 11 Dec 2010 19:47:13 UTC.

    They are very strong, durable but take forever to break in. I've had mine for about 6 months and they are still very stiff. i highly recommend them though

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