Titanium Escape Ring Helps You Break Out of Handcuffs, Ropes And More

Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean people aren't out to get you.  And if you wear your paranoid badge with pride, you will want to keep yourself armed to survive any unfortunate situation.  If you ever have fears about finding yourself abducted with your limbs bound by duct tape, we suggest trading in the wedding ring for this Titanium Escape Ring.

Designed to look like an innocent wedding band, it looks like a standard cheap wedding ring -- the kind you have when you knocked up your girl at 20 and eloped instead of having a wedding that actually costs money.  But, alas, it isn't.  Instead, the ring hides a pair of mini-tools on the inside of the band, which you can use to free yourself out of a bind.

The Titanium Escape Ring is cut from solid barstock, then polished to a mirror finish.  Unlike ordinary rings, it packs a combo handcuff shim pick and mini-saw, both of which are completely hidden out of sight.  Since the ring sits in your finger the whole time, the tools should be easy to deploy whenever the need arises, allowing you to pick handcuffs, cut ropes, break zip ties, saw through duct tape, and more.  The shim pick and saw tool is cut from stainless steel and measures 2 x 0.125 x 0.016 inches.

Need one to assuage your daily paranoid feelings?  The Titanium Escape Ring is available in five sizes (9,10, 11, 12, 13) from Shomer-Tec, priced at $69.

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via Gadgeteer