Ring conceals a tiny saw so you can escape when your hands are bound

Feb 28, 2013 By Abraham 11

The “Titanium Escape Ring” hides a saw that doubles as a lock-pick, so whether you’re handcuffed or zip-tied, you can break free…

 

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11 Comments

  1. KristenS says:

    Is it ironic, or a statement of some kind, that within a wedding ring is hidden a device to help you escape to freedom…?

    Maybe I’m reading too much into it.

      1. KristenS says:

        Way to be a spoilsport, lysa. But I forget, this is the internet, where people would rather be nitpicky and prove themselves “right” and “smarter than you” than play along with a joke and have a good time.

        And technically, yes it is, actually. I was being self-deprecating with the question/joke. http://theoatmeal.com/comics/irony

  2. Stephanie says:

    So, one ostensibly would slip their ring off into their hands, pull out a tiny saw and use it to pick locks or cut cords while their hands are secures behind their backs…. without dropping it or gashing their hands? LOL, I don’t think I could do it! Also, if you are in police handcuffs, removing them with a tiny lock pick might not be in your best interests… The police can be brutal.

  3. Realist Guy says:

    Lysa WAS being ironic! hehehehe… You kinda need that sort of stuff to break through the barrier of sadness and guilty, and get to the freedom land! ;-)

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